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Premier League Primary Stars Kit Scheme 2023!

The Premier League Primary Stars Kit Scheme has now closed. Successful schools will start to receive their kits from the week commencing 26 February 2024 onwards.

The Premier League, in collaboration with Nike, has provided over 4,000 sets of football kit to schools with a girls’ team. Delivered via the Premier League Primary Stars programme, the Scheme looks to encourage more young girls across England and Wales to participate in football.   

Premier League Primary Stars supports pupils to be active and learn essential life skills, while also providing opportunities for girls to take part in football and sport. The Premier League has previously distributed more than 7,000 sets of free football kits to primary schools involved in the programme.  


What was the scheme? 

Premier League Primary Stars aims to inspire children to be active and develop essential life skills. The Premier League Primary Stars Kit Scheme, in collaboration with Nike, has provided over 4,000 sets of FREE girls' football kits to successful schools. 

What kit was available?

Successful schools were eligible for: 

  • A set of Nike Park Short Sleeve shirts, shorts and socks (13 x outfield sets and x 1 goalkeeper set) - teachers can choose colours from available options. 
  • The playing kit will be embellished with Premier League on the front of shirt, No Room for Racism on the sleeve and will be numbered 1-14 on the back of shirt. 
  • The option to include Nike 2.0 hijabs if/as required (subject to availability).

Who can apply? 

Applications are now closed for this scheme. 

All teaching staff registered to Premier League Primary Stars, who teach primary school pupils aged 5-11 in England, Wales and the Channel Islands, could apply for the Premier League Primary Stars Kit Scheme.

Click here for terms and conditions.

What are the timings? 

Applications are now closed. 

Successful primary schools can expect to receive their kit in the Spring Term 2024.   


Please email if you have any queries regarding the Kit Scheme.

To further support your pupils, use our Active Allies resources, created in partnership with Nike. The Active Allies resources empower girls to play football, with advice and support on creating an inclusive school environment, challenging bias in the school community, challenging gender stereotypes and supporting boys to be active allies.

Don't forget to check out our resources which aim to include all pupils, regardless of gender, background or ability. We have a variety of packs that span across PSHE, PE, maths and English.