Christmas Gifts For Football Fans
Published on 07/11/19
If one of your loved ones is a football fanatic, but you don’t know what to buy them for Christmas, check out our top Christmas gifts for football fans. There are loads of football-themed Christmas gifts that will put a smile on their face and below is a list of our top Christmas presents to buy the football fans in your life.
Buy Shares in Their Favourite Club
Football fans tend to be loyal from birth to death so, if they’re a mad keen supporter of a professional club, you might want to consider buying them shares in that club. Not only is it a present, it’s also a potential investment.
The more success their club enjoys, the bigger the chance the shares will increase in value, meaning they could get back more money than you paid for them if they want to sell them. If it’s your husband, wife, boyfriend, or girlfriend that you’ve bought the shares for, that means you might enjoy cheering the team on just as much as they do.
Luxury Football Experiences
If you fancy spoiling the football fan in your life, it could be time to buy them a luxury experience to one of the biggest clubs in the world.
These trips can include VIP access, hospitality packages, priority seating, a chance to meet Premier League stars, fine dining, and boutique hotel stay overs. The clubs that offer these experiences include Manchester United and Manchester City.
Buy Them a Match Ticket
If your football fanatic has become a bit of an armchair fan, why not treat them to a match ticket so they can go along and watch their favourite team live. Many of the big clubs have empty seats at matches, especially midweek matches, whilst cup games are other opportunities for non-season ticket holders to buy tickets.
Of course, if you want them out from under your feet on a regular basis, you could always buy them a season ticket for Christmas.
Buy the Latest Football Kits
The fact most football clubs change their kit every season may be a cheeky way of getting more money out of their fans but buying the latest kit for your football fan is still a no-brainer Christmas present. That’s especially true if the football fan in your life is just a kid, as they’ll love impressing their mates from Boxing Day onwards – well at least until the kit changes again next season!
The world of professional football is full of interesting characters and stories and many of these are captured in books whether it’s the history of players or clubs or anecdotal autobiographies.
Manchester City fans may love My Inside Story of Manchester City’s Greatest-ever Season by Vincent Kompany. Meanwhile, I Robot: How to Be a Footballer 2 by Peter Crouch is expected to be another big seller this Christmas and should contain a few Christmas giggles from the man who admits he’d have had no chance of pulling Abbey Clancy if he wasn’t a footballer.
A Subscription to a Football Magazine
If your football fan fancies themselves as a font of all knowledge when it comes to football but doesn’t know as much as they think they do, it could be time to help them out by buying them a subscription to a popular football magazine.
You can choose from top football magazines such as Match, FourFourTwo, and Late Tackle, and these are full of great football stories, the latest transfer gossip, moans from fans, player interviews, and lots of other stuff that your football fan can impress their friends with.
Most of these football magazines are available on a monthly subscription and, as they don’t cost an arm and a leg, they make excellent stocking fillers.
Alternatively, if your football fan also loves betting on football, you might want to consider buying them a weekly subscription to Racing and Football Outlook, which is a popular spin-off of the Racing Post. This will cost you a bit more but, if it’s what you think they might want, then think what you might get in return.
A Subscription to a Top Betting Tipster Service
If your football fan loves a bet on the football but isn’t good at picking winners, a subscription to a professional football betting tipster service could be the best gift for a football fan ever. Not only will they receive tips regularly, but they’ll also learn valuable betting lessons such as how to operate a betting bank and staking plan.
Subscriptions to football betting tipster sites are normally monthly, so you’ll only need to pay one installment upfront. The best run betting football tipster services also allow you to cancel your subscription at any time and will even offer you a refund if you or your football fan changes your mind.
If you subscribe to the best football betting tipsters, there’s also a great chance your football fan will start winning their bets rather than losing – so just imagine the Christmas present you might get in return next year!