sport news Liverpool announce British record multi-year partnership with Nike

Liverpool announce British record multi-year partnership with Nike as Premier League leaders finalise deal worth £80m per year - eclipsing 's adidas contract Liverpool have signed a lucrative multi-year kit contract with Nike American brand Nike will sponsor Liverpool's kits from the start of next season The Reds are expected to earn £80m a year from their new deal with Nike previously had the British record for a kit deal with adidas  

By Anthony Hay for MailOnline

Published: 08:39 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 08:50 GMT, 7 January 2020

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Liverpool have confirmed they have agreed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Nike from the start of next season with the contract worth a record £80million per year. 

Their partnership with the American sports and footwear brand is due to start on June 1, 2020 with Nike to kit out the senior men's team, women's side, academy squads, coaching staff and Liverpool FC Foundation. 

Liverpool's deal with Nike will see the club earn more than 's current contract with adidas which seems them earn £75m a year. 

Liverpool have announced their kits will be sponsored by Nike from the start of next season

Liverpool have announced their kits will be sponsored by Nike from the start of next season 

Liverpool's kits have been supplied by Boston-based company New Balance since 2015

Liverpool's kits have been supplied by Boston-based company New Balance since 2015

MOST LUCRATIVE EXISTING AND FUTURE KIT DEALS Club Kit supplier Contract runs Total value (£) Per season (£) Barcelona Nike 2018-28 1bn 100m adidas 2015-25 980m 98m Liverpool  Nike  2020-? N/A  80m  adidas 2015-25 750m 75m Manchester City  Puma  2019-29  650m  65m  Arsenal adidas 2019-24 300m 60m Chelsea Nike 2017-32 900m 60m Juventus adidas 2019-27 368m

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