In a new piece for 2004, we engage in some shameless self-promotion by spotlighting a different U.S. Soccer product each month, from the newest, state-of-the-art Nike apparel to all kinds of other exclusive U.S. Men’s & Women’s merch.
August is all about Athens and the U.S. Women’s National Team is already on its way to play for a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics. But if you’re not one of the lucky few supporting them in person in Greece, now’s your chance to get all the latest WNT gear to wear when you watch the team play live from your living room. For the first time ever, all of the women’s offerings are together in one collection on ussoccerstore.com.
The hottest new items on the website are the official Nike Women’s National Team jerseys (either red or white) with the last name and number of some of your favorite players, including veterans Mia Hamm, Brandi Chastain and Briana Scurry, as well as young stars like Abby Wambach, Shannon Boxx and Cat Reddick.
This the first time that these unique jerseys have been available anywhere on the Internet, and there’s no better time than now to buy a #9 to remember Mia and the legacy she will leave behind upon her retirement from international soccer. There’s no better way to celebrate the Golden Era of the U.S. Women’s National Team than buying a special jersey of the team’s two biggest stars. But as amazing as the past has been, the future looks just as bright. Abby Wambach’s #20 jersey is perfect to help support the team for years and years to come.
To order one of the specially made WNT jerseys now, click here:
U.S. Soccer also now offers some other perfect keepsake items in a collection of pins honoring the “91ers,” otherwise known as the five veterans still on the team that helped win the first Women’s World Cup title all the way back in 1991. Each of the five “91ers” pins – Chastain (#6), Hamm (#9), Joy Fawcett (#14), Julie Foudy (#11) and Kristine Lilly (#13) – has the player’s jersey number, the U.S. Soccer crest and their signature by their name at the bottom. Fans can collect them individually for $6.95 each or get them together for $24.95.
To check out these pins and the rest of the WNT collection, click here: