MLS side Colorado Rapids have announced a shirt sponsorship deal with Ciao Telecom.
In Saturday's game against LA Galaxy, the Ciao Telecom logo will appear on the Rapids' shirts - the first to do so in competition - and will also feature on training wear as well as both kits throughout 2014, and for a further four years thereafter.
German club FC St. Pauli have announced a two year kit deal with Danish manufacturer hummel.
The new deal follows on from the success of a partnership seeing the manufacturer provide peripheral equipment and accessories - such as boots, bags and trainers - and now the chevrons will appear on the St. Pauli shirt.
English side Sheffield Wednesday have announced a new kit partnership with Sondico (part of the Sports Direct family of brands).
The three year deal - commencing in 2014-15 - will see all the club's teams being provided with playing and training wear, as well as replica retail wear.
As reported on local news outlet TheStar.co.uk, English league side Sheffield United are shortly to announce a new technical sponsorship deal with the German manufacturer adidas.
The Blades' teaming up with adidas will see the Yorkshire club being provided with match and replica kit, as well as training wear and leisurewear, as part of the kit deal.
English Championship football club Bolton Wanderers have announced a new partnership with the Italian sportswear manufacturer Macron.
Commencing in the 2014-15 season, the new four year deal will see the brand provide Bolton with "unique" and "bespoke" official match and replica kit, training wear and leisurewear, replacing adidas.
Hull city have announced a new four year kit deal with Umbro.
The new deal, which begins on 1st June 2014, will see the 90-year-old British brand supply Hull with on-pitch strips, training wear and replica items, from the 2014-15 season onward.