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.
German side TSG 1899 Hoffenheim have announced a new kit deal with Italian manufacturer Lotto.
The new deal, set to run for five years and commencing in the 2014-15 season, will see playing and training wear produced for every team of the club, from youth level up to the full men's and women's teams.
Crystal Palace Football Club announced the signing of a new four year kit deal with Macron which will start from July 2014.
Crystal Palace Chairman, Steve Parish said: "We are really excited that we are able to bring you a leading brand together with a unique bespoke kit. We tested the playing, training kit and leisure wear on players and fans against a range of competitors and Macron was easily the most popular.
The South African Football Association have announced that Nike are to become their new technical sponsor and kit manufacturer.
The deal will commence on 1st February 2014 and is at this stage poised to run for five years, following on from Puma's short stint supplying the Bafana Bafana.