Football Gift Ideas For Dad and College Guys

by Tonya Staab

These football-themed gift ideas are perfect for every football-loving dad and college kid.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wilson Sporting Goods.

If you have a kid graduating, or are looking for unique Father’s Day gifts, I’ve got a few great ideas for you thanks to Wilson Sporting Goods who have sponsored this post.

I just wish I knew about some of these when Jay graduated. During his last couple of years at high school, he was on the school’s football team. He absolutely loved it. Even though juggling practice and games with homework was exhausting, he loved playing. He still proudly has the team photo in his bedroom, even though he’s in college and no longer playing … but still has a love for the game.

These customized Wilson Sporting Goods footballs are perfect for dads and grads.

Here are more great football-themed gift ideas too.

Wilson Sporting Goods, the number one brand in football, has added several new designs to its custom leather football design platform just in time for Father’s Day and Graduation.  Each custom ball can be designed to feature a family or friend photo, college or pro team accents, a special message, and the gift recipient’s name.

Enter to win your own customized Wilson football! One winner will win the opportunity to create your own football and receive it in time for Father’s Day! (ARV up to $100 each).

View Rafflecopter below to see how you can enter to win! Enter before Friday, June 3, 2016, to receive your prize before Father’s Day. 

**UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED

Use code [GRAD685] between now and June 26, 2016, to receive 10% off your order. Custom footballs are currently 25% off, so if you order between the dates above, your football will be 35% off! Order your custom Father’s Day football by June 9th for guaranteed Father’s Day delivery.

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1 comment

sarika May 24, 2018 - 4:23 am

Nice Ideas!!!When giving an expensive gift, consider the recipient. Some people don’t mind- and would love- to get a luxury gift from someone who has the gift budget to provide one. But some people feel as if it’s a flaunting of income or pointing out an economic situation the recipient is unhappy with or wouldn’t like discussed. You can surprise your father with some gifts which are not so expensive but are heart-touching.

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