Brighton & Hove Albion have announced a new kit deal with Nike.
The English league club will start wearing the Nike Swoosh from the 2014-15 season onwards and the brand will provide new outfield and training kit for all the club's sides, right up to the men's first team.
Stoke City Football Club have announced a new technical sponsorship and kit deal with US manufacturer, Warrior Sports.
The deal, which is to begin this coming June, will see Warrior produce the Potters' Home and Away kits - plus any additional change strips - training wear and all replica kit.
French club Racing Club de Lens have announced a four-year kit deal with Umbro.
Commencing at the start of the 2014-15 season, the agreement echoes that of Everton's upcoming reunion with Umbro, as the "red and gold" have a significant history with the British brand.
NEC Nijmegen have announced a three-season kit deal with US manufacturer Warrior Sports.
NEC, the first Dutch club to be supplied by Warrior, will start wearing the increasingly familiar W on their shirts from the 2014-15 season onwards and the deal includes Home, Away and training kits.