The whole of the world is engrossed in one singular sport that brings everyone together, and that is football. Be it in Asia or in Europe, the football fever is always felt and does not seem like it will diminish anytime soon. This in fact, could be the reason why individuals like yourself strive to make your own football kit to complement the football team you support in your own country, or a major football club which has caught your interest.
A football kit basically makes reference towards the football attire worn by the players, and consists of a jersey and a pair of shorts. There are two types of football kits which are maintained by a team at any one time, the home kit is related to a football kit which is worn by the football team while playing at their home stadium, whilst an away kit makes reference to a kit that is worn while playing at another stadium. The shirt which is worn by each player is also represented by a number, which corresponds to their playing positions. Most professional football club players will have their surnames or nicknames printed above their position numbers at the back portion of their jerseys.
Nowadays, it is possible to make your own football kit. This can be done for the purpose of using in your school or neighbourhood football team, for example. A good way to start would be by choosing the colours which you want to represent your team, and building a football kit based on that. Most football kits consist of two main colours, and the designs are pretty simple.
An important factor to look into when you make your own football kit would be the subject of material which is being used for the football kits. Whilst you might think that using cotton is a suitable option, it is a wiser option to go for polyester mesh, especially for the jersey shirts, as they do not trap body heat nor sweat in a manner which normal fibres do. The same would also apply to the football shorts as well. If you have a sponsor for your football team, a good way to showcase their corporate logo would be by having the logo appear on the front end of the football jersey, which would be right across the chest area of the shirt. This way, the jersey worn serves as a corporate advertisement for the company which is sponsoring your football kit.
There are quite a number of shopping outlets that offer personalised football kits that can be made just for your own personal use, but if you choose to design your own football kit under a professional football team, the best bet would be to purchase it at the authorised merchandise store of the football club. These clubs will usually have online stores as well, where you can personalise the jerseys and football shorts by adding your nickname or surname to it.
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