Here Are All Kit Maker Changes of 2018-19

Over the past few weeks and months, several clubs announced that they will switch kit suppliers this summer. We take a look at the most important jersey maker changes for the 2018-19 season in the Top 5 European leagues and countries.



Puma and Umbro are the brands who have secured the most important new kit deals for the 2018-2019 season - Puma will take over AC Milan and Olympique Marseille from Adidas, while Umbro secured jersey deals with Bundesliga clubs Werder Bremen and Schalke 04.

The kits of Marseille (home, away & third), Leicester (home), Milan (home & away) and Gladbach (home) have been already leaked)

Two of the deals have not been officially announced yet (e.g. Nike's Sevilla partnership and the Kappa Betis deal). Many more European clubs, especially smaller clubs from Italy, France and Spain, are expected to announce a new shirt maker for the 2018-2019 season and beyond in the coming weeks.

2018-2019 Kit Supplier Changes


England



Aston Villa: Under Armour -> Fanatics (Luke 1977 Sport)
Huddersfield: Puma -> Umbro
Leicester City: Puma -> Adidas
Middlesbrough: Adidas -> Hummel
Portsmouth: Sondico -> Nike
West Brom: Adidas -> Puma
Wolves: Puma -> Adidas

Spain



Betis: Adidas -> Kappa
Espanyol: Puma -> Kelme
Real Sociedad: Adidas -> Macron
Sevilla: New Balance -> Nike

Italy




Milan: Adidas -> Puma

Germany



Gladbach: Kappa -> Puma
Köln: Erima -> Uhlsport
Schalke 04: Adidas -> Umbro
Werder Bremen: Nike -> Umbro

France



Marseille: Adidas -> Puma
Nantes: Umbro -> New Balance

Others




Glasgow Rangers: Puma -> Hummel

Do you look forward to see the new jerseys of the likes of Schalke 04 (Umbro), Werder Bremen (Umbro) and Sevilla (Nike)? Let us know in the comments below.
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