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First time to watch a live football game? If your friends or your date got you a ticket and you can’t say no, it’s okay. After all, it’s nice to have new experiences. In addition, you’ll get to know something about football that you haven’t encountered before.

You can prepare a little but no need to worry because aside from a crash course about football, you’ll also enjoy the food and beers. Afterward, you can also head into a bar for an afterparty.


However, there’s one more thing you need to prepare before the game— your outfit! Fortunately, there’s nothing to worry about because you can check below the list of cute outfits that you can wear for the game.


1. Flowy dress

Who says you can’t wear a dress for a football game?

However, you should consider the activities you might do, before you pick your outfit, like climbing the stadium steps and huddle with the people on the line. You can wear a midi or a flowy dress. It depends where you’re going to watch but if it’s in a colder place, then you shouldn’t forget to bring a jacket.

The more important thing is you should not wear heels. Try white sneakers or lovely flats, but heels should not be an option.

2. Comfy top

Forget those uncomfortable fabrics that can make you regret wearing them. Choose a more breathable top where you can move freely, and cheer for the players.

For example, you can choose a neutral ribbed top. You can pair it with good high waist jeans (but make sure it’s not skinny), and a pair of boots. You can have a jacket with you to keep you warm when it gets colder.

If you want to support a team, then you can choose the colour that represents them.

3. Classic football shirt

Don’t want to feel outcast? Then you should wear the team’s shirt. Classic football shirts can be easily borrowed from a friend. You can also wear a pair of pants, and shoes that represent the team. Now you get the classic look!

However, if ever the shirt you borrowed is oversized, then just add shorts, and sneakers, or boots. It’s also not a bad idea to wear a skirt if you feel like it.

Whichever team you support, you’ll still feel their spirit if you cheer them from time to time. Don’t forget to wear a cap for a full-on fan mode!


4. Sweater

Love sweaters? Then there’s no problem wearing one when watching a football game. It’s cute and cosy which will make you feel comfortable watching. If you’re not in the mood for shorts, then pants or a skirt would be nice.

The sweater is a nice touch if you’re not rooting for a team or not in the mood for classic football shirts.

5. Flannel

It’s okay if you’re not a fan of any team or the game itself. The good thing is that you get to enjoy the company of your friends or your date.

If you’re going to hop from the game to dinner, and a bar, then you can never go wrong with flannel. It’s one of the clothes you can wear from daytime to dinner time. Moreover, you can carefully choose the top you can wear under it. Whether you’re a fan of standard tops or classic football shirts, it’s your call.

6. Athleisure

Athleisure and loungewear became popular in the past years. It’s a good outfit for those who are into comfort and style. Don’t worry, no one’s going to judge because it’s a famous go-to outfit. Besides, the non-stop cheering and standing up calls for comfy gear so you don’t need to make it complicated.

Given that it’s a simple outfit, you can add a little more accessories. Another great thing about this outfit is that it usually has pockets!


7. T-shirt

Want to wear the most comfortable outfit? Basic tees never go out of style, and it is the most comfortable top you can ever wear. In addition, you can still accessorise to make your outfit look better than ever.

Have you seen how some celebrities go classic tees when they watch games like football? It’s because they don’t need to feel uncomfortable watching in unusual outfits like leather clothes.

Go minimalist, and don’t forget that less is more!


Now you know the options when you watch your first-ever football game. You should enjoy it, and who knows, this might not be your last. Don’t forget to share with us your favourite football game outfit by leaving a comment below!



About the Author: Aliana Baraquio is a web content writer working for Retro Football Kits, an international shop that offers a huge selection of retro football shirts and match-worn classic football shirts from the 70s to the 00s. As a writer, she is passionate about providing good quality articles that will help readers in making the right choice. 


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