Arsenal: Renewed their sponsorship deal with major airline Fly Emirates in 2012, with the brand continuing to sponsor the stadium, too.
Aston Villa: Entered two-year agreement with Dafabet, a leading Asian online betting website, in 2013.
Burnley: Previous shirt sponsor in 2010/12 Fun 88 brought back this season, described as Asia’s leading online gaming brand.
Chelsea: The Blues huge new shirt sponsorship deal with The Yokohama Rubber Company is the second highest kit deal ever signed by a Premier League club.
Crystal Palace: Neteller, a leading global online payments provider,will be official sponsor for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons.
Everton: Hold longest-running shirts sponsorship with Chang Beer, a Thai brand, with the relationship having started 10 years ago.
Hull City: Global sports betting brand 12Bet confirmed on two-year deal at the start of the season.
Leicester City: King Power, who also sponsor the stadium, are the King of Duty Free and have held a partnership with the Foxes since 2010.
Liverpool: Extended deal with bank Standard Chartered until the end of 2015/16 season in 2013.
Manchester City : Announced largest sponsorship deal of its kind back in 2011 after agreeing 10-year deal with Arab airline Etihad.
Manchester United: Old Trafford club signed a seven-year shirt sponsorship with the American car giants Chevrolet that started this season.
Newcastle: Controversial pay-day loans company Wonga have sponsored the north east club since 2012 after singing four-year-agreement.
QPR: Low-cost airline AirAsia, owned by QPR owner Tony Fernandes, extended their shirt sponsorship deal with the club last summer.
Southampton: Global consumer electronics company Veho signed a two-year deal with the south coast club in 2014.
Stoke City: Mark Hughes side is coming to the end of their three-year shirt sponsorship deal with betting company Bet365
Sunderland: North east club signed four-year shirt sponsorship deal with national food service company Bidvest at the start of this season.
Swansea: The Swans extended their deal with online trading company GWFX for another two years, the biggest deal in the clubs history.
Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs signed a five-year deal with insurance services provider AIA ahead of this season after they were the shirt sponsor for cup games last campaign.
West Ham: Hammers announced deal with gaming company Betway earlier in February a month after previous sponsor Alpari went bust.
West Brom: Intuit QuickBooks, a leader in small business accounting software, teamed up with the Baggies last summer after agreeing one-year deal.