You will find your specific uniform information is listed under the year you were born, not the team you are playing on this season. ie: if you were born in 2002 but you are playing on a 2001 team, you will still find your uniform information listed with the 2002’s.
Player numbers were assigned based off of the year you were born. All odd numbered years (2005, 2003, 2001, etc.) were assigned odd player numbers. Even numbered years (2006, 2004, 2002, etc.) were assigned even player numbers.
The reason is because this will allow for player to play up or be moved to different teams without a number duplication ever being a problem. There will not be any duplicate numbers given out within a birth year. So, you will be the only player with this particular number in the year you were born.
All Goal Keepers are assigned either #1 or #13. These two numbers are reserved for Goalies only.
BSC policy states that no number request or change of number will be allowed.
However, if you and another player within your same year of birth, would like to swap numbers and neither player has ordered a uniform yet, then the two of you can email me directly and I will swap the numbers for you. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery from Soccer.com.
To ensure you receive the emails from Soccer.com, please mark the following email address' as approved in your spam service: email@example.com and Soccer.com.
- Customized items are not refundable by soccer.com.
- All uniform items purchased are not refundable by BSC.
- The uniforms will be shipped by Soccer.com directly to the parent/player.
- Parents may also purchase a wide variety of FCThunder spirit wear from Soccer.com.
Lastly, if you did not try on uniform sample sizes during tryouts, and you would like to do so, please send me an email and I will set up a time to meet you at the Boerne City Park office (by the tennis courts) so you can try on uniforms in the nice cool air conditioned room.
Tonya Vicknair – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nike unveiled new NBA jerseys Wednesday for each team in the league. The uniforms are called “city edition” because each makes a reference to the team’s hometown culture or heritage.
The Golden State Warriors, for instance, have a Chinese heritage theme.
The Memphis Grizzlies design references the civil rights movement and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination.
And the Los Angeles Lakers jerseys are all about Kobe.
The Lakers chose to honor the recent double-jersey retiree rather than make a city reference, because, well, Black Mamba.
Bryant designed the jerseys, which include elements that reference his reptile nickname and the 16 championships the Lakers have won.
And the jerseys are pretty cool.
Fans are already vowing to buy the jerseys, or at least admire them from afar when the team dons them for their game against the Chicago Bulls on Jan. 26 and every subsequent Friday for the rest of the season.
Others are a little confused about how exactly the jerseys are LA-centric.