Supporting local soccer doesn’t just mean supporting your local professional club.
Each major metropolitan areas in the United States is home to thousands of soccer teams at every level of the game. Recreational teams, youth teams, amateur teams, indoor teams, over-30 teams. And each of them serves as hub for a slice of the larger soccer community.
And all of them have support of some type. For some, there are legitimate fans who show up in droves. For others, there’s an army of parents, family members, and coaches. And for many, they have the support of the players who show up week-in and week-out.
And for the vast majority of those local soccer teams, the moments that define them fall outside the spotlight shown by the masses.
Here at Added Time, we’ve made it our mission to help supporters pay homage to the memories that matter most to them. And that’s no different for amateur sides.
And that’s why we’ve partnered with a local 5v5 amateur side Queen City Football Club to become their primary shirt sponsor for the upcoming season.
It doesn’t hurt that QCFC have consistently pumped out some of the finest looking kits in American soccer.
For their latest effort with the Added Time Outfitters logo on the front, they’ve partnered with bespoke uniform providers Olive & York to come up with the “Neon Deco Kit”. The eye-catching shirt, inspired by the many art-deco buildings and signs that once dominated Cincinnati’s downtown architecture, can be seen in person on weeknights at the Town & Country Sports Complex.
Want to grab one for your own kit collection? You can nab QCFC’s Neon Deco Kit — which also features a sleeve sponsorship from long-time Added Time soccer haunt Rhinehaus in Over-the-Rhine — for just $45 on the Olive & York website.