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English Premier League Clubs Shirt Sponsors - 2006-07


English Premier League Clubs Shirt Sponsors season 2006-07 with details on their estimated sponsorship value. That season, Manchester United had the largest shirt sponsorship deal by far, worth some £12.3m (with AIG finance). Chelsea managed over £10m (Samsung) and Arsenal and Liverpool both had deals worth £5.4m (with Emirates and Carlsberg respectively.)

At the lower end of the scale deals were at the half-a-million range, with Wigan Athletic lowest at an estimayed £3.1 million.

Stats Table: 
ClubSponsor (sector)£m per Year
ArsenalEmirates (airline)5.4
Aston VillaBet n win (leisure)1.4
Birmingham CityFlyBe (airline)0.78
Blackburn RoversHSA (insurance)0.53
Bolton WanderersReebok (sportswear)0.95
Charlton Athleticall:sports (sports retailer)1.1
ChelseaSamsung (electronics)10.2
EvertonChang Beer (brewing)0.82
FulhamPipex (internet)2.0
LiverpoolCarlsberg (brewing)5.4
Manchester CityThomas Cook (travel)1.4
Manchester UtdAIG (finance)12.3 (gaming / internet)0.53
Newcastle UnitedNorthern Rock (finance)4.8
PortsmouthOKI (printing)0.32
SunderlandReg Vardy0.36
Tottenham HotspurMansion (finance)4.7 (finance) 0.34
West Brom AlbionT-Mobile (telecoms) 0.34
West Ham UnitedJobserve (employment) 0.55
Wigan AthleticJJB Sports0.31