If reports from the papers are to be believed, Watford have decided to switch kit partners from Adidas to Kelme beginning the 2020/21 season. The new Watford Kelme shirt deal will be for a period of four years, which will see the Spanish sportswear brand outfit the Hornets for the 20/21, 21/22, 22/23 and 23/24 seasons.
Adidas were reportedly paying Watford £750,000 a year, and this is set to significantly improve under KelmeKelme, who are prepared to offer the Vicarage Road outfit as much as £2.5m (almost four times as much). Watford have been with Adidas since 2017, when the German brand replaced Dryworld Industries.
This will be Kelme’s first foray into the English top flight- they currently provide kits for the likes of EspanyolEspanyol and Alaves in La Liga. Continue reading
As is the case with most clubs these days, Chelsea released three kits at the beginning of the 2019/20 season, also Frank Lampard’s first as manager in charge of his old team.
Home Kit– Blue shirt, Blue shorts & White socks
Away Kit– White shirt, White shorts & Blue socks
Third Kit– Black Shirt, Black shorts & Orange socks Continue reading
Chelsea have officially announced that Three will be their primary shirt sponsors beginning the 2020/21 season. The telecommunications company will replace Yokohama Tyres, whose five year deal will end at the conclusion of the current 2019/20 campaign.
To go with the name of the company, Chelsea’s new front of the jersey sponsorship will also be for a period of three years.
The value of the deal was not disclosed, but it is rumoured to be higher than the existing £40m/year arrangement with Yokohama. Three also currently sponsor the Irish national soccer team.
The Blues chose to announce the deal on social media with this quote Continue reading