Football is our national sport in the UK and as such millions of people spend their hard earned money on watching their team despite rising prices at some of the country’s leading clubs. For those who love football, shopping for Christmas gifts this year is going to be easy for them as there are a wide range of products that are related to different teams.
Whether you support champions Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal or any other of the top clubs you will be able to find memorabilia that shows your support for the team. The gifts that are available are novelty gifts that are reasonably cheap, these include items such rubber ducks for the bath, leather wallets and small statues. All these items contain the emblems of the team you support and let everyone know where your allegiances lie.
Nowadays buying the football shirt of your favourite team is very expensive and with the likelihood that they will bring a new one out next season, somewhat pointless. Couple this with the fact you may want your favourite players name blazed across the back only for him to be sold to another big club for the amount of a small country’s GDP, buying a football shirt is not what it used to be. Therefore, buying smaller gifts at a lower cost is a better idea this Christmas.
You can also purchase table top games like desktop car football which is great fun (during lunchtime!) at work or at home. You can re-enact thrilling games at work or at home and find out who the real winner is by bagging a goal in stoppage time with a volley into the top corner. There are also cuff-links in the shape of your favourite teams’ kit so even if you are out at a formal dinner you can show everyone who you support.
Not many of us have a choice about which football team we support as it normally goes either where you were born or who your family support. This allegiance is with you forever now and you should be proud of your team whatever happens. Most teams go through a patch of success and heartache but you should stick with your team through thick and thin.