Rangers FC announced Castore, the fastest growing premium British sportswear brand, as its official kit and retail partner from the 2020-21 football season.

The multi-year partnership stands as one of the most valuable commercial partnerships in the club’s recent history and represents a major milestone in our ambition to achieve excellence, at every level of the club, in anticipation of our 150th anniversary year.

Watford FC announced that it has reached agreement with Kelme to be the club’s technical partner for four years from the beginning of the 2020/21 season.

This agreement is the largest in the club’s history and enables us to benefit from Kelme’s flexibility and bespoke design process.

The Carers Trust will appear on the front of all Ipswich Town first-team, replica and junior shirts next season.

The Rank Group, which owns Magical Vegas, has ‘gifted’ next seasons front of shirt sponsorship to the charity, who it has worked closely with over the last six years.

Raith Rovers FC announced a new 3 year partnership with Spanish sportswear company Joma Sport.

Joma Sport will become the club’s official kit supplier and will create and manufacture first team kit, training wear as well as supporter replica kits and leisure wear.

Partick Thistle unveiled O’Neills Sportswear as the club’s new official supplier of team kit and leisurewear.

The three-year agreement will see O’Neills provide team kit for the Partick Thistle men’s and women’s first teams as well for the Thistle Weir Youth Academy squads.

Southend United FC announce that Hummel will be the club’s new Technical Kit and Retail Partner from the 2020/2021 season until at least the end of the 2022/2023 season.

The deal will see Hummel produce bespoke Blues kits each season, as well as a range of training and retail wear, which will be available to buy from the Southend United Club Shop.

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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.