Everton has been using Umbro kit manufacturers since 2014.With the contract terminated this season they have exercised the option to change manufacturer that saw them make a new deal with the Danish sportswear company Hummel worth in the region of £9m per season. In February Everton announced they would end their sponsorship agreement with the Kenyan betting firm SportPesa two years early. Carlo Ancelotti’s players will continue to wear SportPesa-sponsored Umbro kits for the duration of the 2019-20 campaign and change to Hummel, and a new sponsor, at the start of next season. Hummel will kit out the men’s, women’s and academy squads as well as Everton in the Community staff.
Despite securing a club-record kit deal, Everton’s income from Hummel is dwarfed by the Premier League’s biggest names. Manchester United, for example, earn £75m a year from their kit deal with Adidas and Liverpool’s new deal with Nike is estimated to be worth around £80m a year
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