As soon as its premiere-league season, soccer once again becomes the talk at the table, and you don’t mind because what could be more endearing than a man who stands by his team ‘til the end. But there’s another important date on the horizon – his birthday.
What are you going to get him that reminds him of your love for him as well as his love for the game? Read on for some ideas he’ll absolutely love!
His Team Shirt
If he’s an avid fan doubtless he already has one, but a few years have gone by and it’s starting to fade (and maybe even tear in certain places) from countless nights spent at the bar, in front of the television and at the stadium. If you think it’s time for a replacement but don’t know how to tell him without hurting his feelings, now’s the perfect time to jump into action. Find his team shirt online and order it just in time for his birthday. Maybe don’t even let him know and give him the surprise of his life when it arrives on the doorstep.
A Branded Football
Maybe in recent years he’s started gaining some weight, or he’s stressed from being in front of a computer all day. Ditch the spa day and get him out on the field with his mates. Doubtless he’ll want to show all of them the new gift and you get to be partner of the year after which you can retreat to the spa while they get covered in mud and grass. Exercise, of course has a range of benefits that’ll play out at work, in the home and even in bed. So maybe this could be a gift that keeps giving.
A Match Ticket
This could be a little on the expensive side, but if it’s a milestone birthday coming up, there’d be nothing more fitting than a trip for both of you where you can explore a new city, try the local cuisine and then watch a game where his favourite team will be tearing up the turf. If travelling to watch an away game is a bit outside of your budget, take him to a home game. Nothing is more riveting than watching a team play their best on home soil, and he’ll no doubt be euphoric.
The Latest FIFA Game
If you’re man’s more of an outdoorsy person already but recently bought a PlayStation in a moment of nostalgia, get him to fire it up and start playing as his favourite team members in the latest instalment of the FIFA series. Nothing will make him happier than if you pick up the remote and ask him to teach you. If you’re worried about the noise that video games make in the house, you could buy him a set of headphones, but the FIFA soundtrack is surprisingly good, and you might even hear some of your favourite tracks. If not, click this link for other entertainment options.
Whatever you go with – if it’s got his team’s name on it, you’ll be sure to score. Now get shopping, time’s a wastin!