Shirt Sleeve Sponsors of Premier League Clubs, 2019-2020

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Take a look at all the shirt sleeve sponsors you will spot in the Premier League matches of 2019-2020 soccer season.

The Gunner’s signed a three-year shirt sleeve sponsorship deal with Visit Rwanda in 2018.

Manchester City 
In 2017, Manchester City became the first Premier League club to enter into a shirt sleeve partnership. At the time they joined forces with Korean tire manufacturer, Nexen, and haven’t parted since.



Leicester City 
At the beginning of the 2018-2019 season, Manchester City ended its association with Siam Commercial Bank and signed a shirt sleeve sponsorship deal with ThaiBev. The logo of Bia Saigon which is a subsidiary of ThaiBev appears on the team jersey.

West Ham United 
Basset & Gold is the sleeve sponsor of West Ham United since the beginning of the 2018-2019 season.

AFC Bournemouth 
AFC Bournemouth joined forces with online gaming company Mansion in August 2017.

Tottenham Hotspur 
No Shirt Sleeve Sponsor

Manchester United 
Kohler became the sleeve sponsor of Manchester United FC in July 2018.

Asian gambling firm, LoveBet, became both the front-of-shirt and sleeve sponsor of Burnley in 2019. 

Sheffield United 
In June 2019, newly-promoted Premier League club, Sheffield United, signed a shirt front and shirt sleeve sponsorship deal with Union Standard Group (USG).

In 2018, Chelsea signed a sleeve sponsorship deal with Hyundai that was estimated to be around £50m.

Western Union has been serving as Liverpool’s shirt sleeve sponsor since August 2017.

Crystal Palace 
Chinese football app Dongqiudi became the official sleeve sponsor of Crystal Palace in July 2017.

Virgin Media became the sleeve sponsor of Southampton in 2017. 

In the autumn of 2017, Everton signed a multi-year shirt sleeve partnership with Rovio Entertainment (Angry Birds).

Brighton and Hove Albion 
Sports fashion retailer JD became the sleeve sponsor of Brighton and Hove Albion in 2017.

Newcastle United 
In 2019, StormGain replaced MRF Tyres as the shirt sleeve sponsor of Newcastle United.

Aston Villa 
Aston Villa inked a shirt sponsorship deal with BR88 in June 2019.

Norwich City 
In July 2019, mobile game, Best Fiends, became the first-ever shirt sleeve sponsor of Norwich City.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 
Global cryptocurrency exchange platform CoinDeal became the first-ever sleeve sponsor of the Wolves at the beginning of the 2018-2019 season.

In 2019, Bitcoin replaced MoPlay as the shirt sleeve sponsor of Watford.

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