The Indian Super League (ISL) is off and running for the 2023/24 season.
Several ISL teams have continued the relationships with their kit manufacturers from the season before, while others have opted to agree to deals with new brands.
This article contains information about the various kit manufacturers producing matchday, training and other apparel for their respective ISL sides this campaign.
Bengaluru FC (Puma)
Bengaluru FC have enjoyed a long-standing kit partnership with German sports brand Puma. The two began their collaboration in 2014, when the Puma-branded Bengaluru jerseys featured in the I-League.
Mumbai City FC (Puma)
Puma also manufactures matchday kits for ISL heavyweights Mumbai City FC. The Islanders penned their agreement with Puma ahead of the 2021/22 ISL campaign.
Mohun Bagan Super Giant (Nivia)
Nivia signed on as the official kit sponsor of Mohun Bagan in 2020, the deal kicking off with the 2020/21 season.
The partnership sees Nivia utilise the intellectual properties of the football club for promotional purposes through digital platforms.
Chennaiyin FC (Nivia)
The multiple ISL winners signed a deal with Nivia ahead of the 2021/22 ISL season. The deal is dubbed to be a multi-year agreement, with information regarding its exact tenure remaining undisclosed.
The company prepares polo shirts, trousers, boots and a lot more for the club apart from manufacturing their matchday kits.
FC Goa (Six5Six)
FC Goa and Indian sports brand Six5Six announced their kit partnership for the 2023/24 ISL campaign in July 2023.
The agreement also entails Six5Six producing travel wear along with training apparel for both the playing and non-playing staff of the club.
East Bengal Club (Trak Only)
Kolkata-based sports brand Trak Only agreed to become East Bengal’s official kit sponsor ahead of the 2022/23 season.
Besides manufacturing matchday jerseys, Trak Only also provides training apparel and travel wear to East Bengal.
Jamshedpur FC (Nivia)
Nivia and Jamshedpur FC continue their long-standing kit partnership into the 2023/24 campaign. The two parties first came together in 2017 when the club was forged, and renewed their agreement in 2021.
Kerala Blasters FC (Six5Six)
Delhi-based Six5Six agreed to become the official kit sponsor of Kerala Blasters ahead of the 2021/22 ISL season. The deal between the two parties was signed for an initial period of three years.
Six5Six manufactures matchday kits, training apparel and fan merchandise for the Blasters as part of the agreement.
NorthEast United FC (Trak Only)
NorthEast United FC on-boarded Trak Only as their official kit partner ahead of the 2023/24 ISL season. The announcement, made in September 2023, revealed that the sports company would provide the club with matchday jerseys and training apparel.
The deal covers players of all levels at the club, including the youth setup.
Odisha FC (Trak Only)
Trak Only agreed to become the official kit sponsor of Odisha FC before the commencement of the 2022/23 season.
The deal was reportedly signed for two seasons, meaning the brand will manufacture kits for Odisha FC until the conclusion of the 2023/24 season.
Hyderabad FC (Hummel)
Hyderabad FC first entered into a kit partnership with Danish sportswear brand Hummel ahead of the 2021/22 ISL season.
Apart from the matchday kits, Hummel also produces leisure wear for both the playing and non-playing staff of the club.
Punjab FC (T10 Sports)
ISL newcomers Punjab FC announced T10 Sports as their official kit sponsor ahead of the 2022/23 I-League campaign.
Besides producing matchday kits, the brand also manufactures leisure wear for both the playing and non-playing staff of the club.