Nike India to sell Indian Football team Jerseys at stores

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Nike India is the manufacturer for the football jerseys of team India. But for fans to go to a Nike store and purchase a jersey is close to impossible. The jerseys are not so easily available. 

It is disappointing as a football fan to hear that I can buy jerseys from teams and clubs of other countries but have to struggle to find my own team's jersey in my own country. Especially when a brand so big accessible nationwide is the manufacturer.

I was once told by someone that the reason Nike India does not sell the jersey of the Indian football team is because there are not enough people who want to buy it. If this is truly the reason, I strongly disagree and would like to prove my point

Football is a fast growing sport in India and is evolving at a rapid pace. We have our own league now with a high influx of international players coming in and a great number of local players making their mark.

We are also hosting the FIFA U-17 World cup of 2017. Imagine hosting the world cup and not being able to find a national team jersey to wear to support the future of your nation's football.

So I request football fans all over the country, please help me change this. Let's be able to walk into any nike store and pick up our country's jersey and wear it for the matches. Live, at a bar or a restaurant or simply to wear so that we can show everyone how much we love and are proud of our nation's football teams and all the efforts they put in for us. Together we can make this happen. 

I would like to start a hashtag #JustBlueIt

Please share and show your support so that everyone is made aware and we can finally show Nike India that there are more than enough people that want the beautifully designed blue jerseys they make for our National Team.

Thank you.



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