Support the pride of Rio in this men's tee. Styled like one of Fluminense's retro kits, it has allover stripes and the team crest on the left chest.
Iconic details combine for a clean look in the men’s Plimsole 3 shoes. Inspired by the classic Samba, these sneakers feature the adidas Net 80s outsole. With a suede upper, perforated toe and 3-Stripes and a comfortable synthetic lining.
This "Why Always Me" T-Shirt is available here
Talented but crazy Italian striker made headlines in two and a half years at Manchester City after joining from Inter Milan. He joined AC Milan in January 2013. Balotelli's recent form has been nothing but SUPERB. Does this mean great things for Italy and AC Milan?
Design by Enrico Motti. Enrico is a graduate of the IED, Istituto Europeo Design, Italy. Illustration is his number one passion next to Football.
The new king of Wales on this T-shirt from footytees which is available here.
Designed by Robert Krums, a Chicago based designer and illustrator. Preferring the computer to the pen, he renders the world how he wishes it to be; friendly, humorous, and design conscious. Footytees gives him the opportunity to present football culture through his eyes.
The Beckenbauer was first released in 1982 as a training shoe for football legend Franz Beckenbauer. This season’s adidas Originals Beckenbauer shoes reissue of the iconic men’s trainer pays respect to its heritage with a full grain leather upper, a suede toe and a grippy Trefoil-pattern outsole.
Inspired by one of l'OM's vintage kits, the men's adidas Originals Retro Olympique Marseille Tee shirt gives you pure French football style. Showing off wide stripes on the right shoulder, the t-shirt features stripes on the neck.
This Strike A Pose: 50 Years of Football & Fashion exhibition charts the journey football and fashion have taken together over the last half century. Features iconic on-and-off pitch outfits with era-defining adverts and photography from half a century of style and football revolution.
Strike A Pose is inspired by the book The Fashion of Football, From Best to Beckham, From Mod to Label Slave by Paolo Hewitt and Mark Baxter.
Emily Burgin reports.
The tifo has come into its own in recent years, with the likes of Olympique de Marseille and Celtic in particular playing host to spectacular and intimidating murals of colour shining out from the stands. Fan displays are now routinely used in the quest for that decisive "twelfth man".
Like gold dust to a lazy stereotypist, German clubs have taken the idea and run with it, demonstrating startlingly efficient choreography and even animating their displays. Whether it's Dortmund looking towards a Wembley Champions League Final, Bayern Munich - as well as T-mobile's logo appearing in the crowd by way of carefully-placed white-shirted fans - celebrating another Bundesliga title, or Schalke making friends with acts of solidarity, alliance and congratulation, the Germans now lead the way.