Here Are Some Last Minute Holiday Gift Ideas For NFL Fans

By Elizabeth Eckhart

Gift giving can be great, it can also be hard. It’s tough to know what to buy for that special someone. The one who has everything or the one with very specific tastes. For those of you with sports fans in your life, this list is for you. Top ten gift ideas for NFL fans, all available from and You’re welcome.

Stocking Stuffers

Reserved Parking NFL Stop Signs

Your fan will be eager to mark their parking space or driveway with their own logo sign of their favorite team. “Danger Ahead” warns fans of other teams not to park their precious vehicle in that spot. The sign is made of durable, weather resistant plastic, measuring 12″ x 12″, the same size and shape as a real stop sign.

A Collectible NFL Christmas Tree Ornament

Decorating the Christmas tree will have new meaning with a snowman ornament featuring your family’s favorite team logo. Made by the Danbury Mint company, these ornaments will bring a little team spirit to your Christmas celebration for many years to come.

Wilson NFL Team Logo Football

A Wilson NFL Logo Football featuring a favorite team is a winner underneath the tree this year. The top of the football is colored with team colors with the logo underneath.

Sports Fan Jerseys

Your guy or girl football fan will love to open their own replica team jersey. Many of these great jerseys are made by Reebok, a trustworthy gear supplier, ensuring that your fan will have their patented tailgating look throughout this season and many more.

Signed Memorabilia

Autographed Team Helmetbrownshelmet

With many options as far as teams and players, an autographed team helmet is sure to be the favorite gift for your NFL fan. Prices vary, depending on if you purchase a full size or a mini helmet, but the quality and, most importantly, the signature, are vibrant and colorful, no matter which option you choose.

Autographed Team Jersey

An autographed team jersey is a star focal point in every man cave; making it a gift from you makes it that much more special. Just think about how a white and blue Roger Staubach jersey would look in your fan’s favorite place.

Autographed Stadium Seat

Hardcore fans know that the game is as much about the place as it is the players. Gift your super fan with a little piece of NFL atmosphere with a signed seat from Shea Stadium. Signed by players such as Mark Gastineau, Joe Klecko, Marty Lyons & Abdul Salaam and officially licensed by the NFL, this seat is a real piece of football legend.


Team Logo Cufflinkscowboyscuff

When your football fan can’t wear his favorite jersey, console him with his very own team logo cufflinks. These silver plated and enamel beauties will be a perfect addition to that boring black suit. He can still show his team spirit even while having Christmas dinner with Grandma.

Team Logo Money Clip

Cash will never seem as blingy as when your fan pulls it from their very own logo money clip. Buy a set with matching team logo cufflinks and your fan will be itching to get dressed up and go out.

Team Logo Hat

These flat brimmed, baseball style hats will excite your fan with their official team boldly on the front. No one will question who their favorite team is with these great hats. Made by the ’49 company, the quality is guaranteed to be excellent.

NFL Viewing Package

Gear is great, but what most sports fans want is the ability to watch the games of their choosing – even if they can’t make it to the bar or are stuck watching from a mobile device. In this day and age, there’s no reason to miss a game. Unfortunately, cable isn’t free, which is why for the younger or spend-savvy sports fan in your life, you may find it easier to cover the cost of a DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket, a similar cable package, or even an online service, for them.

Living with a die hard fan can be difficult, especially when it comes to gift giving. With these ideas, you can cover the bases in time for the holiday while outfitting your fan for the big game.


Elizabeth Eckhart is a film and entertainment writer. She has written for Thunder Treats before and currently her home base is in Chicago. You can follow her on Twitter at @elizeckhart.

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