As always, Nike are one the leaders when it comes to football wear both on and off the field, and from next season they will take over from Umbro as Manchester City’s official supplier. Ahead of the summer sale at the Nike store, it’s well worth having a browse and drawing up a shopping list.
One of our favourite sites to buy from is Subside Sports, though be warned – being on their mailing list is dangerous with bargains dropping into your inbox every few days! If you like your obscure football shirts then this is the place for you such is their diverse range of options.
Over the past few years, JD Sports have become more than just a store to walk into and they now boast a very good online service, which includes free delivery options. As well as being able to pre-order next season’s Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Bayern Munich kits, you can also pick up 2012/13 shirts at bargain prices as well as some great looking retro tops by Score Draw.
Kitbag has earned a reputation as a reliable option, and as well as doing , they are a great place to pick up some accessories if you play yourself. With everything from goalkeeper gloves and shin pads to base layers and training equipment, Kitbag ticks most of the boxes.
Another of the big hitters, UK Soccer Shop, is also must see for the jersey junkies out there and you can get up to 70% off selected shirts in their clearance section.
Mike Ashley’s SportsDirect.com is renowned for its cheap prices and they’re a handy one to check out, particularly if you have kids to buy for.
With less football to watch over the next few months and plenty of time on your hands, these sites might come in handy if you feel the need to give your credit card a workout!
This is a guest post from Oyster Sports.