Football and business go hand in hand. Like clubs, footballers are continually increasing their marketing efforts. Some have created their own brand, launching their own businesses. There are some popular clothing brands owned by footballers. Here the top 5 footballers who have their own clothing Brand.

5. Tim Cahill: Cahill+

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In 2015, the Australian Tim Cahill launched his own clothing line Cahill+. It is fusing modernist design with the ergonomics and technical trims of premium sportswear. Cahill+ was shown at partner JD.com fashion show during the 2016 New York Fashion Week. These clothes are mostly sold in Canada, China, and Australia (his home country).

4. Rio Ferdinand: FIVE Supply

Even during his time as a player, Ferdinand had a love for hats. In 2009, he launched his clothing line, FIVE Supply. Their main focus is on headwear (hats). But people can also buy FIVE Supply boxer shorts and t-shirts. In addition to his clothing line, Ferdinand launched a digital lifestyle magazine FIVE.

3. Didier Drogba: Drogba & Co by HOM

Didier Drogba launched a clothing brand called Drogba & Co by HOM in 2013. The underwear collection for men includes boxer shorts, briefs, and t-shirts bearing the number 11 (his playing number). Part of the sales goes to Drogba’s foundation that aims to improve education and healthcare in Ivory Coast and Africa.

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