Puma will replace Nike as the Premier League's ball of choice for the 2025/26 season. Nike has been the preferred ball brand for the Premier League since 2000.
Despite having every opportunity, Nike couldn't agree to extend the partnership. But Nike's 25-year role as a ball supplier has etched the brand into Premier League history.
From Arsenal's Invincibles Season to Aguero's last-second league winner to secure the 2011/12 title, Nike kicked itself into English football history.
Puma x Premier League
Puma aggressively bid as Nike's replacement, adding the jumping cat to another of Europe's top leagues. Puma is the exclusive ball supplier for Serie A and La Liga.
The Premier League's “lucrative deal” with the German brand comes at the acme of the league's global dominance.
The Premier League, recognized for its high viewership and substantial revenue from international broadcasts, is one of the world's richest and most popular football leagues.
Nike, of course, remains the primary kit supplier for some of the Premier League heavyweights, including Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, and Brighton. But Puma is also inching on the Swoosh's kit dominance, making way onto 2022/23 Premier League title holders Manchester City.