Updated December 16, 2018 05:57:08Club World Cup has released a range of exclusive merchandise, from t-shirt designs to shorts and socks, for sale on its online store.
The club has also revealed the price of the latest Nike run-club apparel.
Key points:The Nike Run Club Run is designed to mimic the “bigger, stronger” club uniforms used in football, with “faster, more aggressive” kicksThe Run Club is also available in its usual Club World cup kitsThe range comes with Nike running shoesThe Nike Nike Run club, which was launched in 2018, is designed for football fans who want to replicate the “Bigger, Stronger” run-wear of the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona.
“We wanted to give fans the best possible experience of what the Nike Run Clubs look like on the pitch, but in a different way,” Nike said in a statement.
The Nike Club World Cups will kick off in January 2019 in Qatar, with the 2019 edition to be held in Japan, with all three competitions to be played in the Pacific island nation of Guam.
“It’s important to remember that our team has had an amazing experience with our members and fans in Qatar and in Japan,” Nike chief marketing officer Daniel Bierfield said.
“The Nike World Cup will bring fans and supporters together and the Nike Club is excited to be the official sponsor of the event.”
Nike’s sponsorship is a significant move for the club’s global brand.
Last year, the club made a deal with Nike to offer its members a range from the “Frozen”, a range that included t-shirts, hoodies, shorts and even a run shirt.
The run shirts also include a reference to the team’s current Olympic hopes.
Nike is the official partner of the Fifa World Cup, which is being hosted in 2018 in Qatar.
“This is an exciting new chapter for Nike, which has become synonymous with elite sporting and entertainment,” Nike World Chief Marketing Officer Daniel Biersfield said in the statement.
“Nike will continue to work with the World Cup and its sponsors, which will ensure the highest standards for our brand and the best sporting experience for fans and sponsors.”