Portsmouth have reassured fans after the firm which makes its football shirts went bust earlier this week.
Canterbury Europe Ltd has gone into administration with debts of £60m.
But before the company went under it had completed the deal to manufacture all of Pompey's kit for both the team and as merchandise.
Some have already been delivered, but the club is in talks with administrator KPMG Restructuring about retrieving the remainder of the shirts.
The club is confident it will be able to get hold of the outstanding kit before the start of the coming season, and said 'no-one is going to lose out' as a result of the collapse.
They will still bear the name and logo of the collapsed firm.
Pompey spokesman Gary Double said: 'All the kit shirts have been already been manufactured.
'Some have been delivered but not all. There's no panic from this end, and we're talking to the administrators. Everything's been manufactured for the team and for the supporters, and no-one is going to lose out. The other thing we want to put on there is the shirt sponsor, and that's yet to be decided.'
David Costley-Wood, partner at administrator KPMG, said the firm would continue to trade under administration while his firm tried to find a buyer for the business.