There are plenty of places online who sell football shirts and soccer jerseys, but selecting the wrong retailer can often result in frustration and mental agony for the buyer. Some stores claim to have authentic shirt printing, but on getting the final product, people realise they have been duped. 2010worldcupfootballshirts.com lists out some safe and reliable places to buy shirts from online.
Kitbag:- Founded in 1999, Kitbag is owned by Findel PLC. It is an established player in the sports merchandise industry and runs the official online stores for Manchester United, Chelsea, Aston Villa and Barcelona, among other clubs.
Most suitable for buyers situated in the United Kingdom.
Visit the Kitbag World Cup Store today.
Kitbag is running a 15% off select World Cup items sale currently.
FIFA International Store:- This is the official online store of FIFA.
It has localised stores for the following regions
Shop online today for your World Cup merchandise at the FIFA International Store.
Best suited for people residing in the US, Canada and Mexico.
Visit the World Soccer Shop
Subside Sports:- Established in 1997 by Richard and Jerry Smith, Subside Sports primarily caters to the English market but also has country specific sites for Germany, France, Japan and the United States.
Best suited for people residing in England, EU ( especially France and Germany), Japan and the US.
Visit Subside Sports World Cup Store today.