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Offline Smirker

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Kits 24/25
« on: May 21, 2024, 08:05:50 AM »
May as well start a new thread seeing as the unveiling seems imminent.

Don't let us down, Adidas.

Offline frank black

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2024, 08:24:21 AM »
? Thought we had a thread

Update ignore me , the years are flying by! 😂
« Last Edit: May 21, 2024, 08:26:36 AM by frank black »

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2024, 10:37:18 AM »
Why don't we just rename the other one?

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2024, 08:11:09 PM »
Why don't we just rename the other one?

Easier to look through in years to come for the specific kit.

Anyway, apparently all three kits are immense.

So glad we don't have Castore anymore.

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #4 on: May 21, 2024, 08:19:40 PM »
 EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #5 on: May 21, 2024, 08:21:41 PM »
Is it out yet

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #6 on: May 21, 2024, 09:12:56 PM »
EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

300,000 doesn't sound like a huge number in global terms? But I have absolutely no idea how many we normally sell each year?  I'll be honest, I like Adidas stuff, and this is the first shirt I've considered buying in about 20 years (even though I haven't even seen it yet), but I've no idea if I'm an outlier...

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2024, 09:17:52 PM »
EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

300,000 doesn't sound like a huge number in global terms? But I have absolutely no idea how many we normally sell each year?  I'll be honest, I like Adidas stuff, and this is the first shirt I've considered buying in about 20 years (even though I haven't even seen it yet), but I've no idea if I'm an outlier...

Think I saw we sold around 240k a couple of years ago, so seems very doable given it's now Adidas, we're doing well, and in the Champions League.

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #8 on: May 21, 2024, 09:19:57 PM »
EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

Welp, that's me buying all three kits then.. and maybe a few Christmas & Birthday gifts.

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #9 on: May 21, 2024, 09:21:46 PM »
EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

300,000 doesn't sound like a huge number in global terms? But I have absolutely no idea how many we normally sell each year?  I'll be honest, I like Adidas stuff, and this is the first shirt I've considered buying in about 20 years (even though I haven't even seen it yet), but I've no idea if I'm an outlier...

Think I saw we sold around 240k a couple of years ago, so seems very doable given it's now Adidas, we're doing well, and in the Champions League.
Sportsjournal say we sold 175,000 units during the 22/23 season bringing 2.8 million in revenue. Compare that with Liverpool selling 1.8 million units and almost 114 million in revenue.

Offline AV84

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #10 on: May 21, 2024, 09:22:02 PM »
EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

300,000 doesn't sound like a huge number in global terms? But I have absolutely no idea how many we normally sell each year?  I'll be honest, I like Adidas stuff, and this is the first shirt I've considered buying in about 20 years (even though I haven't even seen it yet), but I've no idea if I'm an outlier...

This article says we sold 245k in 21/22.

https://sportsjournal.io/premier-league-merchandise-revenue-data/

I'd assume we sold less last season purely based on it being a bit shit.

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #11 on: May 21, 2024, 09:25:00 PM »
Yeah, I think it would be less this year, unless the sales picked up near the end of the season.

I think I remember Heck using the sales numbers as a rationale for ditching the circle crest early in the season.

But I have slept since then, so I may not have got that 100% correct...

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #12 on: May 21, 2024, 09:29:07 PM »
EXCLUSIVE. Aston Villa will earn around 20m a year if two conditions are met as part of a new 5-year deal with Adidas. The base fee is 10m p.a. Adidas will pay an extra 7m-8m if the club sells 300,000 shirts/season + 3m is a bonus for qualifying for the Champions League.

300,000 doesn't sound like a huge number in global terms? But I have absolutely no idea how many we normally sell each year?  I'll be honest, I like Adidas stuff, and this is the first shirt I've considered buying in about 20 years (even though I haven't even seen it yet), but I've no idea if I'm an outlier...

Think I saw we sold around 240k a couple of years ago, so seems very doable given it's now Adidas, we're doing well, and in the Champions League.

hopefully a few argentinans . Maybe we need a korean or Japanese player next :)

Offline AV84

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #13 on: May 21, 2024, 09:29:25 PM »
Sportsjournal say we sold 175,000 units during the 22/23 season bringing 2.8 million in revenue. Compare that with Liverpool selling 1.8 million units and almost 114 million in revenue.

Liverpool, I believe, have a rare deal with Nike(?) that allows them to keep a much bigger part of the merch sales than most clubs have. Can't remember the exact numbers but I think a lot of clubs get about 7-9%, whereas they get to keep closer to 20%.

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Re: Kits 24/25
« Reply #14 on: May 21, 2024, 09:30:48 PM »
Sportsjournal say we sold 175,000 units during the 22/23 season bringing 2.8 million in revenue. Compare that with Liverpool selling 1.8 million units and almost 114 million in revenue.

Liverpool, I believe, have a rare deal with Nike(?) that allows them to keep a much bigger part of the merch sales than most clubs have. Can't remember the exact numbers but I think a lot of clubs get about 7-9%, whereas they get to keep closer to 20%.

If only we knew somebody at adidas who could give us a sweetheart deal...

 


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