The World’s First Football Club, Sheffield FC and Classic Football Shirts announce an exciting multi-year partnership which will see Classic Football Shirts feature as main shirt sponsor of the club alongside selling Sheffield FC shirts, merchandise and memberships on their website.

It is the first time that a first team jersey has been available online this season. The first of many projects with Classic Football Shirts, the partnership is designed to take Sheffield FC products to the club’s fans from across the world.

Nike has signed a new England kit deal worth more than £400m which will run from August 2018 until 2030.

The 12-year deal will continue to see the American sportswear firm design and supply apparel to all 24 England teams based at St. George’s Park.

Nike and FFF have announced the extension of their partnership. The new contract will run from 2018 until the end of the 2026 season and is worth 50 million Euros a year.

Nike will continue to be the equipment supplier of the French national teams and for the first time, French amateur football will be part of the partnership.

Watford FC announce adidas as its new Technical Partner, having agreed a contract which begins in summer 2017.

“We are delighted to partner with adidas, a globally-recognised brand in its field of expertise,” said Hornets’ CEO Scott Duxbury of the recently-signed contract.

FC Barcelona has sealed one of the world’s largest football shirt sponsorships after signing a deal worth at least €220m with Japanese retailer Rakuten.

The agreement was formalized today, Wednesday, in a ceremony held at the Auditorium 1899 in the presence of the President of FC Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu, Manel Arroyo, the Vice President responsible for Marketing and Media of FC Barcelona, and the Chairman and CEO of Rakuten, Hiroshi Mikitani.

Charlton Athletic and hummel have agreed a five-year partnership which will see hummel supply bespoke kits for Charlton's first team and academy teams, the award-winning Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) and Charlton women’s team, as well as a range of leisurewear.

As part of the deal, which begins at the start of the 2017/18 season, hummel will work with Charlton fans on a special home kit to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the club’s return to The Valley. Charlton and hummel will ask each of the club’s official fan groups to nominate one member to join them at The Valley for workshops on the kit’s design.

Barcelona have announced a long-term contract extension with kit manufacturers Nike that will see the Catalan giants make at least 155m euros (£140m) a season from 2018.

Delegate members approved the renewal and extension of the sponsorship agreement with Nike, which was set to end in 2018 and has now been extended by ten years - the initial five and then five more which are extendable - until 30 June 2028. The vote saw 584 in favour, ten against and nine blank.

Chelsea have confirmed they have signed a new kit deal with Nike, which is believed to be worth an estimated £60m a season for the next 15 years.

The long-term agreement will see Nike become the official kit supplier beginning with the 2017/18 season. Nike will produce strips for the first team, Academy and Ladies teams, as well as a full range of clothing for Chelsea’s millions of supporters around the world.

The German Football Association (DFB) and adidas officially announced the extension of their long-term partnership worth nearly £40million a year. 

Adidas's current contract with the German Football Federation to produce the world-renowned white and black jerseys is worth around £20million a year. With US competitor Nike keen to snatch away the prestigious contract as part of a global football push, German manufacturer Adidas was forced to substantially up the stakes for the new four-year deal which will begin in 2018.

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