Spring is coming, so it’s worth buying the right sports gadgets to stand out from your peers. Sports shirts are a particularly popular gadget, especially among teenagers who are interested in sports, especially football, which is still one of the most popular sports in Poland. In this article you will find out what are the most popular football clubs in Europe, and what shirts are worth buying for the upcoming holidays.
The most popular football clubs in Europe
The most popular clubs include mainly Real Madrid, which is a fourteen-time winner of the UEFA Champions League. The biggest stars of this team are Brazilian Vinicius Junior, French Karim Benzema and Belgian Thibaut Courtois, Croatian Luka Modrić. It is the jerseys of these players that are the ones most often sold in stationary stores and online services, where fans from all over the world make spectacular purchases at often high prices every day.
English clubs, in particular Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United, are also particularly popular when it comes to buying sports shirts. The most popular players of these teams include the Brazilian goalkeepers Alisson Becker, and Ederson the Dutch defender Virgil Van Dijk, the Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah, the Belgian central midfielder Kevin De Bruyne and the Norwegian striker Erling Haaland.
No wonder why the shirts of these players are the ones most often sold in stationary stores and online stores. Recently, the renaissance of the form in the colors of Manchester United has been noted by Marcus Rashford, which means that his shirts are almost certainly the most sold copies.
Mentioning the strongest clubs in the world, one cannot fail to mention Italian clubs, in particular the most popular of them – Juventus Turin. The Juventus FC shirt is especially popular in Poland, because two Polish players play for this team on a daily basis – goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny and striker Arkadiusz Milik. Currently, the team led by the Italian coach Massimiliano Allegri was severely punished by the league committee by subtracting as many as fifteen points from the league table. As a result, we will almost certainly not see this team in the Champions League next season. Their only hope is to win the Europa League, where in the 1/8 finals their opponent will be SC Freiburg.