Official Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond products are now available: shirts, mugs, jerseys, stickers, and more.



Update: The product appears to be available only in the United States. In addition, you can benefit from 20% discount on your order by using the promo code CASE.

Earlier today, Apple TV + released the official trailer for the second season of its hit comedy Ted Lasso. Now, Warner Bros. Consumer Products officially sells merchandise, including shirts, hoodies and mugs, emblazoned with the Ted lasso and the AFC Richmond brand.

Ted lasso merchandise has been eagerly awaited, and the day has finally come. You can order custom jerseys, AFC Richmond clothing, mugs with quotes from Ted Lasso and more from the WB store starting today, and you can pay with Apple Pay.

One of the highlights of the news Ted lasso shops is a customizable AFC Richmond jersey that you can personalize with your own name or the name of your favorite player:

Cheer on the AFC Richmond Greyhounds and their relentless coach Ted Lasso in the famous blue and red AFC Richmond fans’ jersey. This AFC Richmond Jersey is lightweight, breathable and designed to look like the one you see on the pitch in Ted lasso. You can even personalize with your name or your favorite player!

Other highlights include an AFC Richmond pint glass, an Ted lasso logo t-shirt, one mug collection with different quotes and logos, and more. You can see the full catalog of Ted lasso merch here, including water bottles, tote bags, stickers, and blankets.

What is available on the WB store is now only the beginning of the Ted lasso merchandise, and there’s more to come. In September, full Ted Lasso merchandise kits will be released, but we’re waiting for more details on what exactly will be included in the second round.

Are you order any Ted lasso or AFC Richmond merchandise? Let us know in the comments! Season two of Ted lasso premieres July 23, and you can find the full season two trailer here.

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