English Premier League club Manchester City have signed a new 10-year shirt sponsorship deal with sportswear manufacturers Umbro.
Umbro replace Le Coq Sportif as the club's supplier with the new kit to be unveiled on July 18 while the club tour South Africa.
"We are thrilled to announce this key partnership. We are building a successful and sustainable football club for the future and our partners are integral to that," the club's chief executive Garry Cook told their website.
City, taken over last year by the super-wealthy Abu Dhabi Group, have a long, but not unbroken history with Umbro, and wore their shirts when they won the FA Cup final in 1934.