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Football Aid unveils exciting new clothing range

As we continue to celebrate our 20th Anniversary Season we are thrilled to officially launch the first ever Football Aid Clothing Range, providing our supporters with the opportunity to purchase some fantastic merchandise, while in turn supporting our organisation. The garments also feature our newly created 20th Anniversary logo.

This high quality, stylish, limited-edition range is manufactured by Spanish sports clothing giant Joma, and includes several items such as a Polo Shirt, Zip Hoody, Sweatshirt, and Training T-Shirt - all available in sizes from Adult XS to XXXL. 
 

David Dale, CEO at Football Aid and Field of Dreams, said: “We are delighted to be launching the Football Aid Clothing Range, a new offering in recognition of a key milestone in our history as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary Season. I am sure our supporters will be impressed with the selection on offer and the quality of the products, and will be keen to get their hands on the new range, whether that be for themselves or perhaps as presents for friends and family. I would like to thank the team at Direct Soccer for their support and assistance in bringing the range to market and creating the shopping platform via the Direct Soccer website. I would also like to thank the team at Elms Marketing for their support in producing the 20th Anniversary logo branding on the garments. We hope all of our supporters will enjoy purchasing from the Football Aid Club Shop and will wear the clothing range with a sense of pride.”

You can see the full range by visiting the Football Aid Club Shop at: https://www.directsoccer.co.uk/club-shops/d-_-f/football-aid

All orders will be handled by Direct Soccer's experienced retail team, if you have any enquiries about an order please e-mail their team at - sales@directsoccer.co.uk.

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