Roy Race, the teenage goal-scoring sensation at Melchester Rovers, and the star of iconic football series Roy of the Rovers, has signed an exclusive boot deal with British sportswear brand Gola.

It’s not the first time Gola has been seen in the pages of Roy of the Rovers - back in 1981, Gola sponsored the iconic footballing superstar Roy Race, and his team Melchester Rovers. The partnership made the cover of the July 4th 1981 issue of Roy of the Rovers, with Roy first showing off his brand new red and yellow Gola sponsored kit to his team mates. “What do you think of our new playing strip?” he asked. “Terrific, isn’t it?”

Accor and Paris Saint-Germain today announce they have signed a global multi-year partnership agreement. ALL (Accor Live Limitless), Accor’s new lifestyle loyalty platform, will become the Principal Partner and official jersey sponsor of the club starting from the 2019/2020 season.

The partnership will bring together a global, pioneering leader in the hospitality industry with the world’s fastest-growing football club; Accor’s 265 million guests join the 395 million fans who follow the club and its players on social media worldwide.

BFA and Umbro are pleased to announce a new long-term partnership agreement. The BFA have been making strides in the right direction to improve football within the country, as well as the performances of the National Team. Umbro and Botswana’s recent resurgence in African football makes for an exciting partnership.

Umbro will be the exclusive global technical partner of the national team, supplying the Zebras playing squad with best-in-class authentic competition, training, and off field apparel. Umbro will also supply the technical and management staff with Botswana FA branded apparel. Supporter gear will be available for Botswana fans to purchase.

The Zimbabwe Football Association has signed a three-year kit sponsorship deal with British sportswear and football equipment supplier, Umbro.

The sportswear supplier will provide a full consignment of kits for all national teams at the beginning of every football season for the next three years.

As Seattle Sounders FC prepares to celebrate 10 years in Major League Soccer in 2019, the club today announced an exciting move both for the team and professional soccer in Seattle: A new jersey front sponsorship deal with locally-based online retailer Zulily.

A company driven by attentive customer service in the digital age, Zulily is headquartered in Seattle, with corporate offices in Ohio as well as distribution centers in Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and China.

Dundee Football Club announced a new 5 year kit sponsorship deal with Italian Sportswear Company Macron.

Macron will provide technical playing and training kit to the first team and youth academy and will expand on the range of leisurewear currently available in the Club Shop.

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Juventus FC and Adidas have modified the official partner agreement and extended the term of the agreement until 30 June 2027.

The current agreement, which would expire on 30 June 2021, covered six football seasons starting from 2015/2016. The new agreement will relate to the period starting with season 2019/2020 and cover in total eight football seasons until 2026/2027.

Canada Soccer announced that Nike will become the official footwear, apparel and equipment supplier for Canada Soccer and its Men’s and Women’s National Teams at every level starting in January 2019.

"This watershed moment for Canada Soccer is further proof that Canada is a leading soccer nation,” said Steven Reed, Canada Soccer President. “This new agreement provides recognition of the accelerated advancement of the sport in our country that has been fuelled by our successful hosting of major international competitions including the most recent record-setting FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ from coast to coast."

Nike and the Premier League have announced a six-year extension to their existing partnership, until at least 2025.

The extension of the deal, which began back in 2000, cements one of Nike’s longest partnerships in football, ensuring continued innovation on and off the pitch.

Arsenal and Adidas have agreed a new £300 million kit deal, effective from July 1, 2019

The current deal with Puma is worth £30 million a year over five years. The new arrangement with Adidas will bring in £60 million a year over five years and it will be the first time the Gunners have an Adidas kit since 1994.