One Year Milestone

July 10, 2017

I thought I would keep this blog post short and sweet, as it is very much a case of ‘keep calm and carry on’. Nevertheless, Football Shirt Memory is proud to celebrate its one year anniversary on Tuesday 11th July 2017. A little over 12 months ago, following modest discussions which took place inside a Soho sushi bar, the company was launched. Today, FSM can boast shirt sales to nearly every corner of the globe.

 

 

 

Examples of items we are particularly proud to have sold include an FC Astana shirt which was sourced from a contact in Kazakhstan, and subsequently sold to a customer in Australia. Another coup for us has been the launch of our Chinese Super League range; all have been purchased bar a Shanghai SIPG shirt with Oscar’s printing!

 

We’ve been to Berlin, Bucharest and Hong Kong in 2016/17. There are likely to be more business trips planned for 2017/18 as we continue to build relationships with suppliers and hunt down the shirts you want the most. Reiterating our marketing criteria, we sell only in a ‘Brand New with Tag’ (BNWT) condition and in size S-L. All shirts are 100% genuine.

 

Looking to the future, a number of player issue Iran shirts from their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign arrived with us over the weekend. Moreover, the strong demand for shirts from the Far East means that we are looking to further grow our reputation in this domain of the business. Remember that you can email footballshirtmemory@gmail.com

with bespoke requests for those shirts you are unable to find anywhere else.

 

 

That just leaves me to suggest you look out for our very own Fantasy Premier League competition coming in the next few weeks. Details of how to enter, and the prizes you could win will be released soon. Keep also following us on Twitter (@shirtmemory) for news of future giveaways and discounts. That’s all for now folks!

 

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