All Premier League Clubs Shirt Sponsorship Deals 2015-16
Football shirt sponsorship deals in the Premier League? Top football shirt sponsorship deals? Which are the biggest football shirt sponsorship deals in the Premier League 2015/16. Here you will find the biggest football kit sponsorship deals from all the Premier League teams.
Premier League clubs shirt sponsor deals 2015-16 – All Teams
In 2013, Manchester United signed a massive sponsorship shirt deal with American car company Chevrolet worth £53 million a year which is the biggest in football history so far.
Last season Chelsea announced they signed a massive deal with Japanese Tyre company worth £40 million a year for five years which will total to £200 million in the next five years.
Arsenal also signed a £30 million deal with Emirates which also included naming rights of their new stadium Highbury. These figures show just how the Premier League has become a great deal of profits and has attracted a number sponsors.
The Premier League has become so lucrative when we add all totals from the current teams in the Premier League sponsors it is adding upto £220 million a year which is by far greater than other big European leagues, for example, the Bundesliga’s 18 teams sponsorship deals is adding to £101 million a year which is half the price the Premier League is getting.
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Premier League Clubs Shirt Sponsorship Deals 2015-16
Soo, let’s now look at the Premier League club shirt sponsorship deals 2015-16 – all teams.
|1||Manchester United||Chevrolet (US)||£53m||7 Year deal (2014-21)|
|2||Chelsea FC||Yokohama (Japan)||£40m||5 Year deal (2015-20)|
|3||Arsenal FC||Fly Emirates (UAE)||£30m||5 year deal (2014-19)|
|4||Liverpool FC||Standard Chartered||£25m||3 year deal (2013-16)|
|5||Manchester City||Etihad Airways (UAE)||£20m||10 year deal (2011-21)|
|6||Tottenhamn||AIA (China)||£16m||5 year deal (2014-19)|
|7||Newcastle Utd||Wonga (UK)||£6m||4 Year deal (2012-16)|
|8||West Ham||Betway (Malta)||£6m||2 year deal sign in 2015|
|9||Everton||Chang Beer (Thailand)||£5.3m||Long Term started 2005|
|10||Aston Villa||Intuit Quickbooks (US)||£5m||2 Years (2013-2015)|
|11||Sunderland||New||Dafabet (Philippines)||£5m||2 Year deal (2015-2017)|
|12||Swansea City||GWFX (Hong Kong)||£4m||Signed 2 year extension|
Stoke City FC
|Bet365 (UK)||£3m||3 Year deal (2012-15)|
|TLCBET (Asia)||£2.3m||2 years (2015-17)|
|Veho (UK)||£1m||2 Year deal (2014-16)|
|King Power (Thailand)||£1m||Long term deal since 2010|
|New||Mansion (Gibraltar)||£5m||1 Years (2015-16)|
|18||Watford||138.com (China)||£1m||1 Year (2015-16)|
|New||Mansion (Gibraltar)||£1.3m||Single Season (2015-16)|
Norwich City FC
|Aviva (UK)||£1m||4 years (2012-16)|
Massive Foreign Sponsors of Premier League Clubs:
Out of the 20 Premier League teams, 14 teams have foreign sponsors from the Middle East, Asia and USA. The top 5 Premier League teams have signed the biggest deals with foreign sponsors which has led to the Premier League’s lucrativeness.
With the Premier League tv rights increasing massively and the signing of massive kit sponsorship deals, the Premier League has set new heights on other big European leagues.
Below is the sponsorship comparison’s with Europe’s top five leagues.
|LEAGUE||TOTAL||CLUBS||AVERAGE PER CLUB|
|Spanish La liga||£82m||20||£4.1m|
|French Liga 1||£70m||20||£3.5m|
|Italian Serie A||£61m||20||£3m|