Coventry City announced that hummel will become the clubs official kit manufacturers for the 2019/20 season.

The partnership will see hummel produce bespoke kits each season as well as a range of training wear. As well as the opportunity for bespoke kits, hummel will also be producing replica kits for fans from baby sizes all the way up to 4XL for adults.

Watford FC announced that it has reached an agreement with Coingaming for its sport betting brand,, to become the club’s new front of shirt partner from the beginning of the 2019/20 season.

Not only is it the club’s largest ever sponsorship deal but it is the first Premier League shirt front deal signed by a company who are known for their block chain technology and cryptocurrency expertise.

Nottingham Forest Football Club are delighted to announce an agreement with Football Index as its new front-of-shirt partner, in what represents the biggest shirt sponsorship deal in the club’s history.

By becoming Forest’s shirt sponsor, Football Index will now proudly display their logo on the front of The Reds’ first-team and adult replica shirts from the beginning of the 2019-20 season.

Aston Villa announced a record-breaking commercial agreement with W88 to be Principal Partner for the 2019/20 season.

The Asian betting and gaming company’s logo will feature on the club’s Premier League Kappa home and away shirts as well as first-team training wear.

Wolves have agreed a record partnership with ManBetX, which will see the international gaming company become the club’s new principal and shirt sponsor.

The long-term agreement is the largest in the club’s history, and is signed ahead of a second successive Premier League campaign and first appearance in European competition for 40 years.

West Ham United announced the largest partnership deal in its history, renewing the agreement with Betway as the Club’s principal partner.

Leading online bookmaker Betway has been the Hammers’ principal partner for four years, since 2015, and the ongoing success of the partnership has led to the new long-term deal being finalised.

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Aston Villa announced that Kappa will be the club’s Principal Partner for the 2019/20 season.

The Italian sportswear giants, who have signed a three-year agreement running until 2022, will provide kit and training wear for the first team, development and junior sides as well as the Ladies’ teams.

Cambridge United announce hummel as the Football Club's new kit manufacturer, confirming the biggest ever kit supply contract at the Abbey Stadium, with sponsorship of six figure value.

Starting from 2019/20, the U's will work with the Danish sportswear company - who become the Club's Technical Partner - for the next four years until the end of 2022/23 season.

Shrewsbury Town announced that Admiral Teamsports will be the new official kit and training wear partner from season 2019/20.

The club and Admiral have signed a two year deal with an option in what is hoped will be a long and successful partnership.