Final Update: Here Are All Kit Maker Changes of 2019-20

Update: As the 1st of July went down a few days ago, the best opportunity to switch kit supplier for football teams has vanished up until the next year. To fully conclude this post, we've once again updated it with the latest movements within the kit supplier world, including: SC Braga ➡️ Hummel, Burnley ➡️ Umbro, Granada ➡️ Nike, Elche ➡️ Hummel, Almería ➡️ adidas and CA Colón ➡️ Kelme

Update: The 2018-2019 season is over in all big European leagues. All major new 2019-2020 kit deals were already officially announced. Most of them will start on July 1 2019 - this means we will see a very lot of releases in less than two weeks. Some new kit deals have been disclosed / leaked as well in the past few weeks, including: Genoa ➡️ Kappa, Aston Villa ➡️ Kappa, Sport Recife ➡️ Umbro, Bursaspor ➡️ Kappa and Real Valladolid ➡️ Adidas.

2019-2020 Kits Of New Suppliers To Be Released in Early July 2019 / From July 1

Most of the kits of the new kit suppliers will be released in early July 2019, as the contract with the old brand usually expires on June 30 and the deal with the new brand begins on July 1. We expect that there will be many important launched on July 1 - possibly Manchester City (Puma), AS Monaco (Kappa) and Arsenal (Adidas), to name just a few.

In the past few days, many kit supplier switches were officially announced. We take a look at the most important jersey maker changes for 2019-20.

Most of the deals feature in the article have been already officially announced yet (e.g. the Adidas Arsenal & Puma Man City kit deal). The other deals featured a practically confirmed to our information.

2019-2020 Kit Supplier Changes


Arsenal: Puma -> Adidas

Manchester City: Nike -> Puma

Burnley: Puma -> Umbro


Girona: Umbro -> Puma

Valencia: Adidas -> Puma

Real Valladolid: Joma -> Adidas

Granada: Errea -> Nike


Torino: Kappa -> Joma

Genoa: Lotto -> Kappa


Hannover 96: Jako -> Macron

VfB Stuttgart: Puma -> Jako

Hoffenheim: Lotto -> Jome


Monaco: Nike -> Kappa


Union Berlin: Macron -> Adidas

FC Ingolstadt: Adidas -> Puma

FC Utrecht: Hummel -> Nike

RSC Anderlecht: Adidas -> Joma

Colo-Colo: Under Armour -> Umbro

Universidad Católica: Umbro -> Under Armour

Atlético Mineiro: Topper -> Le Coq Sportif

Palmeiras: Adidas -> Puma

Panathinaikos: Nike -> Kappa

Melbourne City: Nike -> Puma

America de Cali: Adidas -> Umbro

Al-Ahly SC: In-House -> Umbro

Deportivo Municipal: Marathon Sports -> Umbro

Maccabi Tel Aviv In-House -> FILA

Bursaspor: Puma -> Kappa

Sport Recife: Under Armour -> Umbro

SC Braga: Lacatoni -> Hummel

Elche CF: Kelme -> Hummel

UD Almería: Nike -> adidas

CA Colón: Fake Burrda -> Kelme

Liverpool: New Balance -> ? (From 2020-21)

Liverpool's kit deal with New Balance is running out in 2020. NB will make Liverpool's 2019-20 kits, but the brand has not renewed the contract with the Reds yet.

Have we missed any kit maker changes? Are you happy that Adidas will make Arsenal kits again? Do you look forward to see Puma's Manchester City and Valencia kits? Let us know in the comments below.