Cinderella, you go to the game! Parents praise sports brand Adidas for its Disney themed football comics as some moms joke they wish it came in adult sizes
- Mother posted photo to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK
- Users quickly inundated the reactions with praise for Cinderella’s black football top
- One person wrote that they had ‘never seen anything like’ the ‘inclusive’ top and shorts
Parents are drawing the praise of sports brand Adidas after it releases Disney-themed soccer strips – and some moms joked that they wanted it to come in adult sizes.
Post to the Facebook group Extreme coupons and bargains UK, a mom shared a photo of the Cinderella kit, saying she had “never seen anything like it.”
Members of the group quickly inundated comments declaring their love for the outfit, calling the ensemble “ inclusive, ” and recommending it for the soccer-loving daughters of girlfriends.
The adidas strip features a black top with ‘Disney Princess’ across the front where a sponsor’s logo would normally be, and a ‘Disney Princess League’ crest on the chest, as well as Cinderella 50 on the back.
Parents are delighted after a sports brand released Disney-themed football comics as some moms joke that they wish they came in adult sizes
A mom posted to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and shared a photo of the Cinderella comic saying she had ‘never seen anything like it’
Inspired by the ball gown that the princess wore to the prom in the Disney movie, the shorts come in the same light blue hue.
Made for the sports brand’s junior line, the comic’s sizing runs from nine to 15 years and costs £ 33.
A mother took the group and wrote, “Not a bargain, but I’ve never seen anything like it!
‘My little girl plays soccer and goes to soccer club. Can’t wait to show her this! JD Sports. This is also stated on the adidas website.
The Adidas strip has a black top with Disney Princess on the front and Cinderella 50 on the back
Members of the group were quickly inundated with comments declaring their love for the outfit, calling the ensemble “ inclusive, ” and recommending it for friends’ football-loving daughters.
Starts with ages 9-10, but at adidas it starts younger, but younger sizes are out of stock! Moreover, at adidas there is always a kind of discount code that you could use for it. ‘
The post, which has since garnered over a thousand likes, had many people wanting to pick up the comic – including some who longed for it for themselves.
Many seemed eager to grab the outfit for their little ones, with one writing, ‘It’s a must buy,’ and another gushing, ‘I love this, maybe they’ll get these for my girls.’
Many parents also expressed in the comments their daughter’s love for football and how they would like to get their hands on a comic.
The top has a ‘Disney Princess League’ crest on the chest and Cinderella 50 on the back
Inspired by the ball gown that the princess wore to the prom in the film, the shorts are in the same light blue
Many seemed eager to buy one for their little ones, as one wrote, ‘It’s a must buy’, and another said, ‘I love this, you might get these for my girls’
Another user gushed over the top calling it ‘great and inclusive’, while a fourth said, ‘Omg that’s so cool.’
It wasn’t just their daughters that some mothers wanted a comic for, as many complained about the small sizes of the garments.
One wrote, “I wish I were a kid, I would wear that. Why don’t they do adult sizes? ‘while another said,’ Stripped, it’s not in adult sizes. ‘
However, it wasn’t just their daughters that some mothers wanted a comic for, as many complained about the small size of the garments
A third jokingly asked a friend if they could squeeze in junior size and added, “Think 9-10 is right for me.”
Adidas has plenty of products from its collaborations with Disney, but this is the first time it has released a football kit for princesses.
The product description reads: ‘Play for Team Cinderella in this Disney Princesses junior football set. Colors and graphics are inspired by the abused girl who becomes a princess. ‘