Mitre football starter set - £192 (with code) @ Sports Direct - Plus £4.99 P&P
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Mitre football starter set - £192 (with code) @ Sports Direct - Plus £4.99 P&P

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Found 20th Mar
Might be a bit niche, but I was looking for a basic starter set for next years football team and came across this on sports direct.

When ordered through the sports direct app with app20 code which gets you 20% off.

I worked it out as around £80 less than buying the items individually.

Everything is mitre so should be very good quality from my experience.
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Mitre is very good quality - except for when it's being sold by Sports Direct!
Gollywood5 m ago

Mitre is very good quality - except for when it's being sold by Sports …Mitre is very good quality - except for when it's being sold by Sports Direct!


I agree sports direct can be hit and miss if you don’t do your research into what you are buying, but I’ve looked at the same items from other retailers and this is by far the best price I could find for the balls, sacks and bibs, with the additional stuff basically being included for free.
Sorry mis read that you got 24 footballs not 12. Worth looking at Newitts at the Ziland footballs
newitts.com/foo…s-2
The rest of the stuff it pretty competitive too.
Just a pointer but I run a football team, and this isn’t overly practical! You don’t want 10 bibs the same colour, you would be better with different colours.

Your probably never going to need 24 training football, the two balls which I presume they are advertising as match balls won’t be good enough for matches!

The water bottles aren’t bad, the gloves will be average but worth having as spare I the bag.

The ball bags are probably the best thing out of this set!!

Also if your club is charter standard you get free Nike footballs, we get 4 training balls and one match ball free! (Junior clubs I believe get more)
Also in addition better mitre training balls such as the impel and premier can be found for around £6 each, I found 10 balls is by far enough for training, otherwise they just start disappearing week by week!

12 Mitre impel training footballs - £72
14 bibs (2 colours) - £28
Goalkeeping gloves - £5
Pump - £5
Bottles - £20
Mitre Ultimatch ball x2 - £30

£160 in total but less footballs which you probably won’t need especially if you get the free charter standard ones from the FA
jcwheeler9414 m ago

Also in addition better mitre training balls such as the impel and premier …Also in addition better mitre training balls such as the impel and premier can be found for around £6 each, I found 10 balls is by far enough for training, otherwise they just start disappearing week by week!12 Mitre impel training footballs - £7214 bibs (2 colours) - £28 Goalkeeping gloves - £5Pump - £5 Bottles - £20Mitre Ultimatch ball x2 - £30 £160 in total but less footballs which you probably won’t need especially if you get the free charter standard ones from the FA


Totally understand what you mean about the bibs and too many balls etc but with this you get an extra 12 balls which are apparently the next level up in terms of quality from the impel for an extra £30 approx. I would just keep the extra balls for when the others go missing
riccirus9 h, 33 m ago

Totally understand what you mean about the bibs and too many balls etc but …Totally understand what you mean about the bibs and too many balls etc but with this you get an extra 12 balls which are apparently the next level up in terms of quality from the impel for an extra £30 approx. I would just keep the extra balls for when the others go missing


Yeah fair point I just mean in terms of other options out there! It is a good price for what you get, but for me it’s too much stuff! And I also don’t like sports direct!
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