Boost their knowledge of their favourite team, their fitness game, or let them express their interests in a stylish way with these best gifts for sports fans.
My favourites are the cufflinks, a subtle but effective way of expressing your love for your favourite team, and are a great conversation starter! Definitely a stand-out gift on this list.
#1 Icy Bev Kooler 2.0
Watching sports is thirsty business and nothing has you covered like the Icy Bev Kooler 2.0, a three-way beverage insulator. The core is a double-walled insulator that keeps beer and soda cans cold for hours. Drinking from bottles?
Just add the top cone and keep your drink ice cold while also protecting it from drops and spills. Prefer water? Tighten the base and top cone and silicone gaskets will prevent leaks. Both the cap and sizing disc have built-in openers for screw tops, and a silicone stopper is included to reseal bottles.
#2 iPhone Necklace – Abbot Kinney
The Keebos iPhone necklace is a great accessory that will help sports fans keep their hands free while enjoying their favorite sports match. This is the perfect iPhone case for people cheering, eating, drinking, and generally enjoying time with the family and fans. It is a must have for summer activities like football games, where you want to keep your hands free, yet have your phone easily accessible to capture that perfect picture/video.
#3 Alabama Crimson Tide – Summer Flower Mix
Sporticulture is a brand known and loved for their unique Team Pride Flowers, boasting a new collection of gifts the sports fan in your life will obsess over. Whether you’re looking for a birthday, Father’s Day or graduation gift, or just looking to show your team some love, Sporticulture has something for everyone! Sporticulture’s line of beautiful Team Pride Flowers features officially licensed NFL and College team containers with helmet tag, hand selected by professional growers that ship direct from the greenhouse to your door.
#4 Oakley SportRx Flak 2.0 XL Limited Edition
Sports fans and enthusiasts alike love Oakley. What’s to love more? The new Oakley SportRx Flak 2.0 XL Limited Edition. Why? It’s limited edition colorway is only available at SportRx. This beast of a frame now comes in an all-new Matte Carbon colorway splice exclusive to SportRx. What’s even better than that? Sports fans can get the Oakley SportRx Flak 2.0 XL Limited Edition in prescription lenses. Wow! That’s a big score for any fan.
#5 Waterproof Running Phone Holder
Now focus on running or doing workout rather than worrying about your car keys or wallet thanks to this running phone holder. It comes with an elastic strap facility which makes it comfortable for everyone to wrap around your arm and focus on what you are doing. It has a special space for earphones which makes listening to music hassle free and very easy. Made up of anti-shockproof material which protects your phone in case it falls. Now enjoy your running!!
#6 Mist Water Bottle
Now refresh yourself instantly while doing a workout, running, or doing any physical activity with our 2 in 1 mist water bottle. Hydrate yourself with water and refresh yourself with spraying a cool mist on your face. The reusable water bottle features a miniature mister to gently spray yourself and cool off.
#7 Adjustable Magnetic Posture Brace with Extra Back Support
Say goodbye to your back pain and bad posture by using this amazing posture brace. This brace will eventually assist you in correcting your posture and increasing your blood flow which increases your healing ability. It helps you to stay healthy and gain more confidence in life.
#8 Adjustable Posture Corrector Back Brace
Now, get rid of unhealthy lifestyle and posture by using our posture corrector. It improves your posture by training your muscles to stay in a healthy posture and get rid of bad posture. By improving your posture you can improve your balance, stay healthy, be active, and get rid of back pain.
#9 Fitness for Winning Rugby
Fitness for Winning Rugby is a unique publication in as much as it looks at fitness for rugby in the widest sense of the word. Alongside core fitness information it includes valuable chapters on nutrition, injuries, recuperation from injury both physically and mentally as well as the importance of training and playing the game free from drugs that will enhance performance.
Throughout the book are colourful diagrams linked to physical training together with hand drawn anatomy illustrations that add an important educational dimension which makes Fitness for Winning Rugby an essential publication for students at schools and colleges studying the anatomy and principles of fitness for sport as well as the game of rugby.
#10 Knock Me Down and Watch Me Come Back Stronger
Knock me down and watch me come back stronger… there never were truer words spoken in Rona Octavia’s personal tale of triumph over adversity. A relationship breakdown creates a watershed in Rona’s life and this is turned into a personal quest to swim the English Channel. This is not just a journey across the sea but also a voyage of discovery through love, life and the human condition.
This story will take the reader not only through the challenges and ups and downs of a choppy sea but also the emotional journey that we all make as human beings leading us to the inevitable conclusion that the only thing that really matters in life, is the love of other people. Knock me down and watch me come back stronger will keep you uncertain as to the outcome until the very last page has been turned; a gripping story but one that will leave you feeling warmer inside.
#11 The Dream Match
The Dream Match tells the story of Cameron, who loves sports and is a very good tennis player. On a visit to his grandmother, she persuades him to enter the local tennis tournament. Who knows what could happen, she says. Cameron agrees and so the excitement begins.
#12 Homersville by Jamie Blattstein
Nestled deep in Mt. Ash is a strange little town called Homersville. All its occupants are looking forward to the big game of the year, except for Zach, who likes to stay at home and play with his trains instead.. On the day of the game, the town wakes up to a surprise; buried in 10 feet deep snow, there’s no way for the folks of Homersville to be able to go to the game. Will Zach find a way for them to go? Read on to see how Zach saves the day and becomes the hero of Homersville.
#13 Rugby Tries and Knock Ons: Tales of a college rugby player in New England and the game that gave birth to American football
Tales of a college rugby player in New England and the game that gave birth to American football We had just beaten a few of the top men’s rugby football clubs in the East that excelled in both sevens and fifteens. This included – Mystic River, Beacon Hill, the Washington Exiles and two good college teams – Brown University and Coast Guard Academy. As I prepared for the championship final against another very good men’s club – the Hartford Wanderers RFC – I lay down on the sidelines and stretched my sore leg muscles.
My mind drifted and I couldn’t help but remember the previous three consecutive finals our school (URI) had participated in. We had beaten some excellent teams each year to advance to the Harvard Business School Sevens finals, but we had lost each close championship match. This rugby sevens tournament was the most popular sevens tournament in the East and it consisted of rugby clubs – men’s and college teams from all over and the U.S. – winner takes all!
#14 A View from the West Upper
This book will take Arsenal and football fans through a magical journey from spring 1995 right through to spring 2017. It describes the level of change in society whilst supporting a 21st-century football club and business. It highlights how people interact and how we look at change, but also demonstrates how important security can be too.
We explore the club’s adventure on and off the field through ambition, hope, risk and success, all cross-referenced to our daily real-life journey. This account will make you think back to those early days of change whilst making you laugh and appreciate how fortunate we are to support this great club and business. Regardless of how long you have been supporting Arsenal, this book will be a hugely entertaining read.
#15 The Beautiful Game
It certainly is everyone’s dream to be a professional footballer; to be successful, rich and famous beyond one’s wildest dreams, at the peak of one’s youth. Alessandro was certainly living that dream, but how many would believe that his seemingly perfect life may not be as easy as it seems, that it has its trials and tribulations just like anyone else’s, that he is as prone to the same emotional distress that afflicts any common mortal?
#16 Cheers, Tears and Jeers – A History of England and the World Cup
Winning the World Cup in 1966 was the high watermark in the history of the England national football team. Both before and after The Day, however, the Three Lions have a chequered history in the world’s biggest footballing event. This book seeks to chart a path through that history, stopping for contemplation at various points on the way. It’s a journey full of highs and lows, with memories both golden and tarnished, and an occasional dip into some iconic games and events where England weren’t involved.
Completed ahead of the World Cup Finals of 2018, the book offers an account of the story up until that event. How will England fare in Russia? Only time will tell, but perhaps a review of the history up until that time may give an indication as to why it ended up as it did. It’s a tale of smiles and frowns, of joys and sorrow, and indeed of Cheers, Tears and Jeers. It’s the history of England and the World Cup. — Writing any book can be a fearsome venture. This particular tome took almost three years to complete before it even reached the hands of the publishers. Research into hundreds of games covering many, many decades was a test of commitment and dedication.
Sourcing information, searching old newspapers, countless delving into YouTube videos and any number of reference books, writing, rewriting, double-checking, amending, rewrites–and then repeat. Still with the possibility of occasional errors creeping through. With such a plethora of facts and stats, please forgive any that may have stealthily escaped the critical eyes of umpteen checks and reviews ahead of publication. It’s difficult to look back now and consider the opportunity cost for the time spent in getting to this stage, but that moment of joy when the job was completed, pays for all. My aim was to write a history as a neutral observer. As a fan, teasing away the partisan emotion wasn’t easy. I hope I’ve broadly achieved that though. I also hope that you find this book both interesting and enjoyable to read.
#17 By The Way by Bob Cass
Think you know football? Not like Bob Cass you don’t. By The Way recounts Bob’s glorious life in sports journalism and gives you a first-hand account of every football story that ever mattered. From the Hillsborough Disaster through to Fergie’s retirement and Cloughie’s rise to the top of the European Game; and not forgetting Gazza’s inglorious exit from the England squad. Packed with insight into the world of professional sport and crammed with hilarious anecdotes from every major name in the business, By The Way is a must for all fans of the beautiful game. You’ve read his stories… now read the story BEHIND the stories.
#18 QPR Away Day Travels by Simon Ingram
No self-respecting Queens Park Rangers fan should be without this, the ultimate ‘travel companion’ to QPR’s away day fixtures. With over 40 years of following his beloved QPR up and down the country, Simon Ingram has created the ultimate fan’s-eye history of the club. Designed to be read by supporters on their way to their next match, QPR – Away Day Travels includes several quizzes, classic photos and an extensive list of the team’s most memorable games – both good and bad. Written with humour and a positive outlook for the club he adores, QPR – Away Day Travels will delight any follower of the Super Hoops, young or old.
#19 Travel Lions by Iain Richard and James Goodwin
Iain invites you to join him and his wife Lisa and share their experiences travelling to and from the Lions destinations of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Using Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong and China as stopovers en route. This is a great read for any rugby followers and particularly armchair fans who will get a real and gritty sense of what it is like to follow your team to the other side of the world.
Iain is a passionate fan and shares his frustration at the bureaucracy of buying tickets for Lions games and gives some excellent pointers as to how to get around some of the buying options. Both Iain and Lisa make the most of the rugby tours to see as much as possible and indulge in South African safaris, visit the site of the Chinese Terracotta Army and take in the opulence of Dubai. Their love of travel radiates through and their passion for the game is second to none.
#20 Ready by Tom McNab
It is 1995 and the millionaire American decathlete Marty Luther Jones aims to be the first man to break the magic 9000-points barrier. After narrowly failing, he discovers that he has been ingesting a cocktail of drugs. None of these is illegal, but this causes him to seriously question his true ability. Marty now begins to hear voices and to see an old man who is invisible to anyone but him. He constantly asks Marty if he is ready.
Marty discovers that the old man is the ghost of Jim Thorpe, a Native American athlete / football player of the early 20th century, one of the greatest American athletes of all time. Jim wants him to come back, to compete against him. The Aetherians, a spiritualist society, transport him back to 1911, where he finds that black existence is much harder. He befriends Jim Thorpe and becomes his coach. The two friends finally compete against each other in a titanic competition, but Marty then faces the problem of returning to the present with Mary Lou, the love of his life. Alas, no one from the past has ever made it forward into the future.
#21 NFL- Retro New York Giants Helmet Cufflinks
The NFL- Retro New York Giants Helmet Cufflinks by Jewlr ($65) make the perfect gift for any football fan. They are the perfect, unique piece to show team spirit in everyday styling. Any sports fan will love receiving them!
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