The Ten Most Valuable Premier League Kit Deals

Update: Chelsea's Nike contract has been confirmed by club and brand. See how it compares to other major Premier League jersey deals below.

As the TV contracts improve season after season, the Premier League's kit deals find it hard to keep pace - yet they still provide a valuable source of income for the biggest clubs. Here are the ten biggest Premier League kit supplier deals, including the new Chelsea and Spurs contracts.



10 Most Valuable Premier League Kit Supplier Deals

Check out the ten most valuable Premier League kit supplier contracts from 2017-18 below.

TeamBrandValue (£/m)FromUntilValue (€/m)Value ($/m)
Manchester UnitedAdidas752015202586.697.3
ChelseaNike602017203269.377.8
ArsenalPuma302014201934.638.9
LiverpoolNew Balance282012201832.336.3
TottenhamNike*25201728.932.4
Manchester CityNike122013201913.915.6
EvertonUmbro5201420195.86.5
SouthamptonUnder Armour4201620234.65.2
SunderlandAdidas4201420204.65.2
West HamUmbro4201520204.65.2

*Unconfirmed


Manchester United's record-breaking Adidas deal easily tops the ranking, even considering Chelsea's new Nike contract. Manchester City's Nike contract sticks out for being relatively low at just £12m a year, but the club is reportedly already in talks to renegotiate with the US brand. Leicester City's Puma deal, last updated before the title-winning last season, dwarfs in comparison and is said to be worth just around £1m per season.

Looking at it in terms of brands, Nike has three teams in the list, with Adidas and Umbro following with two each. New Balance, Puma and Under Armour are represented once each.

In terms of renewals, something can be expected in regards to Liverpool during the second half of the current season, while Arsenal and Manchester City should also be able to significantly improve their deals in the near future.

Premier League Kit Contracts - Spending by Brand


BrandSpending (£/m)€/m$/m
Nike97112125.8
Adidas8193.5105
Puma2832.336.3
New Balance2528.932.4
Umbro910.411.7

This overview shows that Nike tops the list with a combined spending of almost £100m a season, followed by Adidas, Puma, New Balance and Umbro. Macron, Under Armour, Joma and Dryworld also sponsor Premier League teams, but are not significant enough to be included.

Which of these Premier League kit deals offers the best value for its money? Where did a supplier overpay? Share your thoughts below.