Premier League 2018-19 shirt sponsors: Chevrolet, Standard Chartered & all 20 jersey advertisers

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Goal rounds up details of all the Premier League shirt sponsors for the 2018-19 season

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    Arsenal - Fly Emirates

    Dubai-based airline Emirates has adorned Arsenal's shirts since 2006, when they also agreed a naming rights deal with the Gunners for their new stadium at Ashburton Grove.

    The agreement has since been extended twice, with the latest deal signed earlier this year understood to be worth more than £200 million ($257.6m) over the course of five years through to the end of the 2023-24 season.

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    Bournemouth - M88

    The Cherries have been sponsored by Asian online gaming company M88 since 2017. The deal, worth £8 million ($10.2m), expires at the end of this season.
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    Brighton - American Express

    Financial services company American Express has sponsored Brighton since 2013 with the deal said to be worth £1.5 million ($1.9m) per season. The company has also sponsored Brighton's stadium - titled the American Express Community Stadium - since its opening in 2011.
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    Burnley - LaBa360

    Burnley agreed a club-record sponsorship deal with gaming and betting brand LaBa360 in the summer believed to be worth £3 million ($3.8m) a season. The length of the agreement is unknown, with the Clarets simply describing it as a "multi-season" deal.
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    Cardiff - Visit Malaysia

    The Malaysian Tourist Board has sponsored Cardiff since 2011 - a year after the Welsh club's takeover by Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan. The length of the deal is unknown but is believed to be worth £3 million ($3.8m) per season.
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    Chelsea - Yokohama Rubber

    Chelsea agreed a five-year deal with Japanese tyre manufactuer Yokohama in 2015, with the deal worth a reported £40 million ($51.5m) per season until 2020.
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    Crystal Palace - ManBetX

    Crystal Palace agreed a club record multi-year sponsorship deal with gaming company ManBetX in June 2017, worth a reported £6.5 million ($8.4m) per season.

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    Everton - Sportpesa

    Everton agreed a five-year deal worth £48 million ($61.8m) with Kenyan gaming company SportPesa last year through to the end of the 2021-22 season.
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    Fulham - Dafabet

    Fulham took advantage of their promotion back to the Premier League this summer by agreeing a new two-year deal with Filipino gaming company Dafbet, with the deal believed to be worth £6 million ($7.6m).
  10. Huddersfield Town - Ope Sports

    Huddersfield agreed a multi-year deal with betting website Ope Sports in the summer of 2017 ahead of their first top-flight season for 45 years. The deal is said to be worth £1.5 million ($1.9m) per season.
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    Leicester City - King Power

    Thai duty-free retailer King Power has been Leicester's shirt and stadium sponsor since the club's takeover by Thai-led consortium Asian Football Investments - fronted by King Power chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha - in 2010.

    The length of the deal is unknown but reported to be worth £4 million ($5.1m) per season. Srivaddhanaprabha was tragically killed in a helicopter crash outside Leicester's stadium in October. He was succeed as chairman of both Leicester and King Power by his son, Aiyawatt.

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    Liverpool - Standard Chartered

    Financial services company Standard Chartered has been Liverpool's sponsor since 2010, making it the second-longest sponsorship in the club’s history. The latest extension, agreed in the summer, is worth a reported £160 million ($214m) and runs through to the end of the 2022-23 season.
  13. Manchester City - Etihad Airways

    Manchester City agreed a ten-year deal with Etihad Airways, the national airline of Abu Dhabi, in 2011 worth a reported £400 million ($652m). At the time it was the largest sponsorship deal of its kind in sport, with only Manchester United's deal with General Motors currently worth more in the Premier League.
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    Manchester United - General Motors

    Manchester United may be behind their rivals on the pitch, but off it the Red Devils are still ahead of the rest. Their five-year deal with General Motors, which sees Chevrolet printed on the club's shirt, is worth £371 million ($559m) and runs until 2021.
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    Newcastle United - FUN88

    Newcastle signed a three-year deal with Asian gaming brand FUN88 in the summer of 2017 following their promotion back to the Premier League and is said to be worth £19.5 million ($25.1m).
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    Southampton - Virgin Media

    Southampton signed a three-year deal with telecommuncations provider Virgin Media in 2016 with the deal worth a reported £16 million ($20.5m).

    The same company also signed a deal to become the club's sleeve sponsor in the summer of 2017 worth an additional £2.4m ($3m) running through to the end of this season.

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    Tottenham - AIA

    Tottenham initially signed a deal with insurance firm AIA in 2013. That agreement was extended in May 2017, running until 2022, and is believed to be worth £175 million ($225.4m).
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    Watford - FxPro

    Watford agreed a three-year deal with online broker FxPro at the start of last season. The club say the agreement is the largest in their history and is believed to be worth £9 million ($11.5m).
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    West Ham United - Betway

    Bookmakers Betway have been on West Ham's shirts since February 2015, signing an extension in the summer of 2016 that runs through to the end of the 2019-2020 season.

    The Hammers say it is a club record deal and is believed to be worth £40 million ($52m) - the seventh highest in the Premier League.

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    Wolverhampton Wanderers - W88

    Wolverhampton Wanderers signed a two-year deal with online gamling firm W88 in the summer following their return to the Premier League. Wolves say it is a record deal for the club and worth a reported £10 million ($12.7m).