Premier League Kit Deals to End in 2022

The 2021-22 Premier League season might be still in the first phase, but now is already the time for teams to strike new kit & sponsor deals for the 2022-23 season if required. Which Premier League teams will have a new kit supplier from the 2022-23 season?

Tottenham's Nike deal is valid until 2033Ahead of the current season, there have been four kit supplier switches - Wolves (Adidas -> Castore), Newcastle (Puma -> Castore), Norwich (Errea -> Joma), and Southampton (Under Armour -> Hummel).

2022-23 Premier League - Possible Kit Maker Switches

In 2022, the kit deals of three teams are running out - Aston Villa (Kappa), Brighton (Nike), and Burnley (Umbro).

Two teams whose deals could end in 2022 are Leicester (Adidas) and Crystal Palace (Puma).

Adidas/Nike Interested In Newcastle Kit Deal?

Of course, there is always the chance that any kit deal will be ended ahead of schedule. Last season, Wolves (Adidas -> Castore) and Southampton (Under Armour -> Hummel) switched prematurely.

All big teams have deals ending not before 2024The kit deals of big clubs are running for at least a few more years... Arsenal x Adidas (2024), Chelsea x Nike (2032), Liverpool x Nike (2025), Manchester City x Puma (2028), Manchester United x Adidas (2025), and Tottenham x Nike (2033).

At least three teams will also have to secure a new main sponsor (Aston Villa, Burnley, Norwich), and many teams are without a sleeve sponsor for the 22-23 season yet (e.g. Crystal Palace, Leeds, Leicester City).

Aston Villa:

Kit supplier: Kappa, UK£3 million per year, signed in 2019, expires in 2022


Kit supplier: Nike, UK£1.5 million per year, renewal signed 2019, expires 2022


Kit supplier: Umbro, UK£1.5 million per year, signed 2019, expires 2022


Kit supplier: Adidas, UK£3 million per year, signed 2018, length unreported

Crystal Palace???:

Kit supplier: Puma, UK£4 million per year, signed 2018, length unreported

Which brand would you like to see in the Premier League? Do you think we will see some unexpected kit maker changes? Comment below, and check out all the deals of the Premier League clubs for the 2021-22 season on SportsPro Media.