Last Minute Football Gifts for Father’s Day

In the excitement of the imminent World Cup you might have forgotten that it is Father’s Day on Sunday. Not to worry, we have pulled together 12 last minute football themed gifts which would make the ideal pressie for sports mad dads; so even if England crash and burn on Saturday he will wake up with a smile the next morning.

Adidas World Cup Football
Ideal for dads who like playing football as much as watching it, this Adidas ball is an exact replica of the football that will be used during the 2014 World Cup Finals. The imitation Brazuca football is just £15 from John Lewis, but if you order now you can get 10% off the price with our discount code.

Nike England Home Stadium Shirt 2014
With the Three Lions crest proudly displayed on the chest, the Nike England Home Shirt Insignia Edition is a great way for your dad to commemorate the 2014 World Cup. Pick up the V neck shirt for £52.99 from Sports Direct.

Football Cufflinks
Diehard football fans don’t just wear any cufflinks… they wear silver-plated personalised football cufflinks, like these ones from notonthehighstreet.com. A great present for the football fanatic in your life, these cufflinks even come in their own presentation box with white satin lining. The £26 price tag includes engraving.

1966 World Cup Wash Bag
Odds are that England will not win the trophy at this year’s World Cup, so why not remind your dad of happier times with this World Cup wash bag celebrating our 1966 victory. Just £9.95 from iWOOT, new customers can get an additional 10% off with our voucher code.

Chocolate Footballs
If your dad has more football related items than he knows what to do with, fall back on these Belgian white and dark chocolate footballs this Father’s Day from Prezzybox, priced at £6.95.

Subbuteo Bottle Opener
No football season would be complete without plenty of beer, and with this bottle opener in the shape of the classic table football figurine your dad can get stuck into his drink with style. A collector’s item, the figure is made from solid plated zinc and costs just £11.99 from iWOOT.

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Official Book
As the official World Cup book for 2014, your dad can expect pages packed full of photographs, team analysis and facts about the legendary tournament. Normally £11.99 from the Works, you can save 15% off by signing up to the email newsletter.

Tour of Wembley Stadium
Football stadium tours are not just for children- big kids can enjoy them too! Take your dad to Wembley this Father’s Day to explore England’s changing rooms, treatment rooms, the warm-up zone and the post-match interview area, as well as visiting the Royal Box; all this for just £17.50 from Asda Gifts.

Giant Beer Stein
Another alcohol related item, this giant beer stein will save your dad from travelling to the fridge at crucial points during the game. At £10 from iWOOT, the tankard has the capacity to hold one litre of beer so he never has to miss that epic football goal.

 
Milk chocolate boot
Add a free personalised Happy Father’s Day message to this milk chocolate boot from Thorntons to make a fab gift for your football mad dad, just £6.99.

Pocket football
This dice-rolling Pocket Football game is ideal for playing during half time at World Cup parties, and includes eight dice for your defenders, midfield, wing, striker and referee. At £14.99 from Presents for Men, your dad could soon be holding football tournaments of his own
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Table football
A little bit silly but perfectly priced at £5, this table football game from Hawkins Bazaar lets your fingers do the kicking. Simply set up goals on opposite ends of the roll up pitch, put your fingers in the boots and run around the pitch. Ideal for the young at heart dads.

Enjoy the game tonight!

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