New Club Kit Brand Changes

New Club Kit Brand Changes

The start of every new season sees it changes. Whether it's players, managers, or for us kit lovers, teams changing kit suppliers. Today we look at 10 brand swaps that are on the cards in the near future.

Portugal (Nike - Puma): Portugal and Nike have been in partnership since 1997 but rumours are they will switch to Puma in January 2025. Given the classic shirts they have produced over the year, we will miss the Swoosh on the ‘A Selecao’ shirts.

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Feyenoord (Adidas - Castore): From the start of the 23/24 season, Dutch Champions Feyenoord will be wearing kits supplied by Castore ending their 9-season relationship with Adidas. This will signal the end of their third spell with the brand with three stripes. 

🛒 Shop our Feyeboord kits here

Al-Nassr (Deneus - Nike): Cristiano Ronaldo’s team look to be following their superstar player by agreeing on a new kit deal with the American brand's biggest name. Having worn the swoosh on their shirts in the past, they’ll be taking Deneus after just one season.


Port Vale (Errea - Puma): League One side Port Vale announced earlier this month that they were leaving Errea after 8 seasons. The Valiants have signed a deal with Puma, with their new home shirt already released. We’re hoping the partnership will bring some stunners like last season's away shirt!

🛒 Shop our Port Vale kits here 

Angers (Kappa - Nike): French side SCO Angers looks set to leave Italian brand Kappa after 10 seasons, and whilst there is no official announcement on who will take over, it has been suggested Nike will likely take over. We hope we don’t love these beautiful bespoke designs.

Hashtag (Hummel - Adidas): After securing promotion to the seventh tier of English football, Hashtag is returning to familiar ground for the 23/24 season by signing up with Adidas after two years with Hummel! Let’s hope it brings more success for the club. Up The Tags!

Roma (New Balance - Adidas): One of the most anticipated partnerships is Roma once again joining forces with Adidas after 29 years. Leaving New Balance after 2 seasons, this top-tier collaboration will surely see plenty of unmissable throwbacks and streetwear. We cannot wait.

🛒 Shop our AS Roma kits here

São Paulo (Adidas - New Balance): Brazilian side São Paulo is making the opposite switch to Roma and is set to sign with New Balance after this current season. Rumours are the club are unhappy with not receiving Authentic kits from the German brand.

🛒 Shop our São Paulo kits here

Nice (Macron - Le Coq Sportif) 20/21 Away: Another Ligue 1 side moving between brands is OGC Nice who are heading from Macron to Le Coq Sportif. Having been supplied by the French brand during the 70s & 80s, we’re looking forward to seeing what this partnership can bring us kit lovers!

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Parma (Errea - Puma): You didn’t think we could get through a thread without mentioning Parma & Puma did you? The Italian side is leaving Errea and we are praying to the football shirt gods that Puma can provide us with some of the gold they released with Parma during the 90s.

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One partnership that will continue to flourish, is our website providing you with the very best retro football kits around. 

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