Where to buy soccer jerseys for the 2015 FIFA World Cup

Are you watching the 2014 FIFA World Cup? Are you wearing the jersey of your country yet? No? Then you need this.

If you’re going to be getting up at ridiculous hours to watch the World Cup, you might as well do it properly, am I right?

It doesn’t matter if you’re heading out to watch the games, or throwing a party at home. You need to let everyone know which team you’re supporting by which team’s jersey you’re wearing. Even if “everyone” means the only three people in your Snapchat Best Friends list.

Step One: Head to our deals section to find out if there’s a way to help you save. Rebel Sport has up to 30% off a range of items.

Step Two: Decide whose side you’re on. Socceroos, right? RIGHT? But let’s be honest, we’re a nation of immigrants, so most of us have a couple of teams to support. You might need two jerseys.

Step Three: Pick, order, wear. It’s pretty easy. You’ll be screaming at the ref for that awful call in no time.

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Are you supporting the Socceroos?

Say it with me now: AUSSIE! AUSSIE! AUSSIE! OI! OI! OI!

Good? Okay, we’re done. Don your jersey and go forth, fellow Socceroos supporter.

Are you supporting Italy?

Are you getting behind the Italians this World Cup? Yes? Then you definitely need one of these.

Are you supporting the Netherlands?

For the next couple of weeks, any flash of orange will signify a Netherlands supporter. At least, it should.

Are you supporting Portugal?

Portugal has got this World Cup thing down. Getting in on the action? You’ll have to don the red.

Are you supporting Argentina?

There are many reasons to support Argentina in the World Cup, and those reasons all lead to Lionel Messi.

Just kidding. But you have to admit – Messi’s a damn good reason to support them.

Are you supporting England?

Provided there are no penalty kick outs in this World Cup, England may actually have a chance.

Did we hit a sore point? Sorry. Feel better by getting your gear out to support them.

Are you supporting Germany?

p>After an “exhausting” – according to coach Joachim Loew – match against Ghana, Germany will be needing your support to progress. And yes, it’s ALL down to whether or not you’re wearing their colours.

Are you supporting Croatia?

Now is the time to throw your support behind them. They have to beat Mexico to advance this World Cup, and you never know what good karma you’ll give them by donning their jersey.

Are you supporting Mexico?

Mexico just needs to win or draw against Croatia to advance to the next stage. Just because you’re not there doesn’t mean you can’t support them in spirit.

Are you supporting Spain?

Okay, so the 2010 winners of the World Cup might not be faring so well this time round, but that shouldn’t affect your loyalty, right? Right. A true fan sticks with ‘em through and through.

Are you supporting Japan?

Sure, their team might be out of the running, but thanks to the Japan supporters who were so polite they cleaned up at the end of matches, they’ve won a few new fans.

Are you supporting Russia?

Get behind the hosts of the 2018 World Cup now.

Are you supporting the USA?

Sure, they might not traditionally be a soccer loving country, but they’re doing their damn best to change that. We approve.

Alex Bruce-Smith

Alex Bruce-Smith is a publisher at finder.com.au, taking care of shopping & travel. She funds her addiction to online shopping by hunting coupon codes like a pro, and can usually be found waiting anxiously for a package to arrive. #notevensorry

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