Manchester City have agreed the second biggest kit deal in Premier League history, after announcing a new long-term deal with Puma, only behind rivals Manchester United.
The agreement covers the Premier League champions and four of its sister clubs.
ESPN FC reports it is a 10-year deal worth around £65million a year.
It represents a significant hike on the current £20m deal with Nike, that ends at the end of the season.
The agreement covers City along with A-League side Melbourne City, La Liga club Girona, Atletico Torque in Uruguay and the newly bought Chinese team Sichuan Jiuniu.
New York City, who are also part of the City Football Group (CFG), are bound by the MLS-wide sponsorship with Adidas.
CFG CEO, Ferran Soriano, said: "It is a historic day for us, what we are doing has never been done before.
"It is an unprecedented partnership. We needed a partner that can go fast with us.
"This is who we are now, this is the product we can offer."