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Subside Sports is owned by cousins Richard and Jerry Smith and was formed by them in 1997. It is one of the very first companies to offer official football shirts online to a worldwide audience. Their original mission was to provide fans with access to unique and exciting product thus far only available in local markets throughout the world. As brands woke up to the fact that people were not just following UK based teams they were able to source locally and build their product range further. After the success of the 2002 World Cup in Japan and Korea they opened Subside Germany in 2003 with a shop in central Berlin. This was primarily to service the important German market in the approach to World Cup 2006, but also to expand their sourcing capabilities directly from the heart of two of the world's major sportswear brands, Adidas and Puma. Since then they have also launched local operations in Japan, USA and France, with further expansion expected over the coming years to allow unprecedented levels of localized customer service. As they expand then they will grow their product range and services to meet the demands of the 21st century consumer in a global internet world. They have sent product to over 90 countries, and with major logistical investment and overhaul of their websites are staying at the forefront of internet retailing standards. Less gimmicks, more product. Perhaps the biggest area of growth for their company has been that of the official shirt printing division. A highly experienced team of operators take enormous care to make sure that your shirts are printed with the attention to detail learned from their insight into the Japanese retail market, where accuracy and pride is the only mantra that matters.