Everton have secured a brand new kit deal with sportswear brand Hummel and will therefore part ways with Umbro.
The Merseyside outfit has agreed a club record deal with the brand, which has famously made kits for the likes of Middlesbrough and Charlton, with Rangers also sporting Hummel on their current kit. According to the Telegraph, the deal is worth £10million per year.
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Everton have agreed a three-year deal and the 2020/21 season will see the first batch of shirts with the new manufacturer in action. This agreement will reportedly make the Blues Hummel’s global flagship club partner.
The Toffees were previously coupled with Umbro, with whom they spent six years after the English brand replaced Nike in 2014.
Fans are delighted with the news and can’t wait to see the final designs of the new kits. One Blue has said ‘if it was good enough for Bally’ then they’re happy with the announcement. Another supporter has said the news has ‘brightened their day’.
Looking forward to seeing Rabiot, Koulibaly and Lozano wearing that brand 👍🏼
— Joe Williams (@Joewillo180) May 20, 2020
If it was good enough for Bally 💙
— Trish1878 (@Azzurri1878) May 20, 2020
Up the Hummel toffees
— Tom Delea (@Tdelea10) May 20, 2020
Make some bizarre kits Hummel, can’t wait
— 🕷 (@gowens1878) May 20, 2020
— Adam Cavanagh (@AdamCavanagh1) May 20, 2020
Celebrating 25 years in style https://t.co/EW8KKovGSm
— owen (@Olyno99) May 20, 2020
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