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World Soccer Talk launches new merch to celebrate 15 years

Over the years, we’ve had many requests from readers — like you — who wanted to purchase a World Soccer Talk T-Shirt and other merchandise.

We’ve listened to your feedback, and now we’ve launched the World Soccer Talk Store to offer you a range of high-quality shirts that we’ve custom created.

The timing of the launch corresponds with World Soccer Talk celebrating 15 years of being in existence. And to honor this occasion, we’re offering you a 10% discount on your first order when you use promo code WST10 at checkout. The offer expires on Sunday, November 29, 2020.

World Soccer Talk has come a long way in 15 years.

After working for years in a nine-to-five job that had nothing to do with soccer (it was a software company), I looked forward to my evenings and weekends to spend time with my family as well as watching as much soccer as possible. The cold reality though was that I didn’t have much of an opportunity to share my passion for soccer with many. Certainly not at work where most of the employees were more interested in discussing scripting languages than soccer tactics.

At the same time, the quantity and quality of soccer on television was beginning to improve – primarily thanks to Fox Soccer Channel who showed a mixture of games each weekend from England, Germany, Spain, Argentina and other countries. However, if you went online to the Internet, there were very few websites you could go to in the United States to share your opinions and love for the game.

So, in 2005, I decided to launch what would eventually become World Soccer Talk. The first version of the website had TV listings on the homepage as well as the latest news, blog posts and plenty of opportunities for readers to interact with the site. Fifteen years later, World Soccer Talk has stayed true to its initial concept. And we greatly appreciate all of the support you’ve given us over the years.

If you have a specific request of something you’d like to see in the World Soccer Talk Store, let us know and we can get our designer on it.

Our Merch store is just the first of many exciting improvements we’re going to be rolling out in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more details coming soon. And in the meantime, thanks for celebrating these 15 years with us.

 

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Jasinho

    November 30, 2020 at 8:59 am

    I’ve been on here since EPLTalk. Always loved this site. Congratulations on 15 successful years.

    By the way, the draw for the UEFA 2022 World Cup qualifiers is next Monday around Noon US-Eastern . Any idea if Fox or FS1 will show the draw if inclined to do so? I was angry when FIFA Geoblocked the CONCACAF draw on youtube and the draw was not shown anywhere on FS1 or FS2.

    • Christopher Harris

      December 1, 2020 at 2:02 pm

      Hi Jasinho, thanks for the kind comments and support!

      The draw on Monday will be on fifa.com and uefa.com No word from FOX whether they’ll show the draw or not.

  2. Jim

    November 28, 2020 at 5:03 pm

    Thanks for the 15 years, Gaffer. Great site!

  3. SaintsFan

    November 28, 2020 at 4:24 pm

    Ordered a couple of T’s. Didn’t use the code – buy yourself a beer.
    Very useful website – long may it continue.

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