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Abercrombie teamed up with the NFL to put together an officially licensed collection football fans won’t be able to resist. Now that the new football season has kicked off, there’s no better way to show your support for your team than in some football-themed apparel — and Abercrombie has just the crewnecks and graphic T-shirts to do it in.
On Sept. 6, the brand showed off a range of the styles you can snag on Instagram to tease the start of football season.
“Season kicks off in 1 day. Which team are you repping?” the caption reads.
The clothing line features shirts and sweatshirts with a vintage feel, including Super Bowl-themed graphics showing off match-ups from the ’90s. If you’re a fan of the Dallas Cowboys or New York Giants or another team, there is a T-shirt or pullover for you.
Shop a couple of styles below and check out the full collection here.
NFL by Abercrombie Graphic Tee
This T-shirt is just one of 45 styles to choose from, featuring everything from solo team styles to vintage Super Bowl matches like the ’87 game that saw the Giants take down the Broncos. Each shirt is made from a soft 100% cotton material that you can wear alone or under a denim jacket.
NFL by Abercrombie Crew Sweatshirt
Prefer something warmer to wear? The Crew Sweatshirt comes in 31 styles ranging from past Super Bowl matches to ‘fits featuring your favorite team. Each one comes designed with Abercrombie’s soft AF fleece fabric and has an oversized-fit silhouette that’s ideal for layering.
This isn’t the only time = the clothing brand has dipped into sports: They also launched an F1 Racing clothing line that allows fans to show their love on and off the track.
And if you’re looking for more sports-themed merch, Darius Rucker and Fanatics have a football and MLB collaboration you can learn more about here.