Everton have officially dropped Umbro as their official kit manufacturers, and have replaced them with Danish apparel company Hummel.
The Toffees agreed a three-year deal with the Danish sportswear giant.
Umbro had been Everton's official kit partner for the last six years, with the deal being valued at around £4 million per year.
This means that Everton have more than doubled their income from the kit deal, with them agreeing a £9 million per year deal with Hummel.
Whilst Everton extended their contract with Umbro just a year ago, there was a clause in the contract that allowed them to terminate the agreement if there was a more appealing offer made.
Hummel will be providing kitwear for Men's, Women's and Academy squads, along with the club's coaching and staff.
This deal continues to show the stark difference between clubs outside of the 'Big Six' and those in it, with the likes of Manchester United receiving £75 million per year from Adidas, Liverpool around £70 million per year from new kit manufacturers Nike, and Manchester City around £65 million from their deal with Puma.