South African Football Association (SAFA) will part ways with USA giants Nike to start a new deal with France’s Le Coq Sportif.

The news was confirmed by Le Coq Sportif SA Director Roger Noades, who revealed a five-year deal for Bafana, Banyana Banyana and all junior national teams.

Celtic FC announced that it has agreed new five-year partnership with adidas starting July 1st, 2020.

adidas will become Celtic’s official kit supplier, covering both the men’s and women’s squads, in a deal which is believed to be the biggest kit sponsorship ever to be announced across Scottish sport.

Sunderland AFC announced that Nike will be its kit supplier from the 2020-21 season.

The multi-year partnership, which was agreed as part of SAFC’s collaboration with North East based retail outfit Just Sport Pro Club, will start on 1 June 2020 and see Nike manufacture and supply the club with bespoke playing kit and industry-leading training wear.

Kilmarnock FC announced that hummel will be the club’s new Technical Kit Partner until 2023.

The club-record deal will see hummel produce bespoke Killie kits each season, as well as a range of training wear.

Avec Sport has expanded into the international football market with the announcement of a four-year deal with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).

The UK football kit supplier based in the North East will provide both the training and technical-playing kit exclusively to the men’s, women’s and all age-group squads for the country, including the men’s senior team.

Bristol City are joining forces with hummel as their technical kit partner from the 2020/21 season.

The Robins will continue pioneering kit design and style in collaboration with the innovative Danish sportswear company.

Connectivity company Three will be Chelsea FC's new official shirt partner starting next season.

Three will replace current shirt sponsors Yokohama from the start of next season after Chelsea ended their five-year partnership with the Japanese tyre company.

Liverpool FC announced Nike as its official kit supplier from the 2020-21 season. The multi-year partnership, which begins on June 1, 2020, will see Nike manufacture and supply Liverpool FC’s playing, training and travel wear.

According to The Independent, the deal will eclipse the club's current annual $59 million contract with New Balance, and will also likely better Manchester United's yearly $98 million deal with Nike, making in the most lucrative in Premier League history.

PSV have agreed a five-year deal with the German sports apparel company PUMA. The new PUMA kit will be worn by all PSV’s teams from the junior, youth and academy sides to the respective adult teams and Esports athletes. The board of directors of PSV and PUMA have signed the agreement in the Philips Stadion during the New Year’s reception 2020.

Borussia Dortmund and Puma have reached a new agreement on a long-term partnership until 30/06/2028, which will replace the old one that ends in 2020, currently worth 10 million euros a year.

According to several media outlets, the club will now receive up to 30 million euros a year until 2028.