Best Gift Ideas for Sports Fans


Sports fans aren’t always the easiest person to give gifts to. Many of them are collectors, so they may already have the sports memorabilia or item you’re planning on buying. They can be very finicky too. You would not want to give a Kevin Durant Golden State Warrior jersey to a diehard Oklahoma Thunder fan, or to a Cleveland Cavaliers fan for that matter. That’s just asking for trouble.

So what should you give them then? Here are some ideas you may want to consider:

1. Custom outdoor sports chair. Is your buddy or brother a diehard fan of an NHL team? Then you can get him a few custom NHL sports chairs for outdoor use. These are made of recycled materials, and yet their very sturdy. They’re also comfy too, and they have arms where you can put drinks. These can be folded for storage and transport so you can use them for tailgate parties or for viewing the game outdoors on the patio with a large TV, a few friends, a bonfire, and a few drinks.

2. Access to all league games. It is possible to watch all the games of your favorite teams live on TV, either through a cable subscription or through a live streaming service. This means that even if a game isn’t nationally televised, it is possible to watch it live. This is a great gift for NCAA football fans, who can watch all the bowl games he wants.

Now with this gift, your best bud can stay home and invite a few friends over to watch any game in any league. This is a serious gift for serious fans that will be seriously appreciated. With live streaming, he can even watch games on his smartphone if he’s on the road.

3. Pair of sneakers. It’s a fact of life that any true sports fans will have at least one favorite pair of sneakers or running shoes. You won’t go wrong if you pick the model that’s endorsed by his favorite athlete. You can always pick from Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour for various gift items and you can’t go wrong—as long as you get the right size!

4. Boozing paraphernalia. There must be some serious sports fans out there who don’t drink, but they’re a very rare breed. It just seems automatic if a sports fan is of legal drinking age; they’re going to drink. They’re also going to drink before a game, while watching a game, and after a game.

So you can give a sports fan a shot glass or a beer mug with a logo of his favorite sports team emblazoned on it. That’s always a good choice, and there’s really no such thing as having too many shot glasses and beer mugs. You can buy coasters with logos too. There’s even a cooler puck on which you can set your mug or glass so it can chill your drink without needing to put ice in it. There’s no point in watering down a drink, especially beer.

5. Sportswear. This includes jerseys, jackets, shirts, sweaters, and cardigans with the logo of their favorite sports team. Again, this is almost foolproof, especially if you get a special design instead of official jerseys that your buddy may already have. Even if he already has a lot of these things, he can always add it to his collection and you know he’s going to use it.

So there you have it – best gift ideas for sports fans. Hopefully, any gift item you pick from this list is a slam-dunk!

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