(PRWEB) August 17, 2007
Football fans all over the world now have the chance to have their say on their clubs colors by visiting worldfootballshirts.net.
The website, launched by two football enthusiasts has the clear objective of helping fans be heard. Co-founder of the site Thomas Baugh commented: "Fans more than anyone deserve to have their views heard when it comes to their clubs kit. After all, there are thousands of them each week pulling out their wallet and pulling on the shirt. It's about time manufacturers start listening."
He added: "We really want to hear from fans of all teams - not just the Premiership. I don't support a Premiership club and the views of lower league clubs are equally as vital."
World Football Shirts gives fans the chance to discuss everything to do with their team colors and put their views forward on the issues that continually surround football shirts. Is that fluorescent green shirt really a good idea? Why should I pay forty quid for a shirt that's identical to one I already own? Is our team really good enough to have a third kit? These are the questions we all as fans ask ourselves at least once or twice every time the image of our team changes.
Now is your chance, to have your say, on your club's football shirt and who knows how much interest we can generate by making some collective noise.
How you can use World Football Shirts
Simply navigate your way to the shirt you want to view, comment on, read comments on or buy. This might be the team you support or it might be a team you hate - either way, we want to know what you think.world football shirts
The vision of this site is to collate data from as many different fans, on as many clubs, about as many football shirts as we possibly can. Only then will we have the clout to ask manufacturers and clubs to take our views seriously. You could call us football's biggest focus group.
Plenty to Talk About
The new season is now upon us and with so many different teams bringing out so many new kits, it's a great time to have your say. Lets face it, we'll all have a good laugh at the away team at some stage of a season, or maybe your team is the one with the awful yellow shirt with diagonal pink line down. It's just one of those things that makes football what it is.
Over the coming weeks, we'll also be introducing loads more features, like the top ten worst football kits of all time (and ones that came close), as well as features on amateur team football shirts and the best kits you can buy for your team.
The only way we can make this website a success is with the help of you, the fans. We look forward to hearing your views and thank you in advance for supporting the site and having your say.