The Chicago Playoff Collection From Urban Gameday


The party in Wrigleyville is already underway in hopes of the Cubs capturing their first World Series championship in 100+ years. If the Northsiders pull this off the city will be celebrating for months, and there’s no better way to represent than wearing an awesome new Cubs tee shirt to the party.

Now, there’s obviously a lot of choices. You, and almost every other fan on the planet, will likely have a few authentic pieces of clothing like a jersey, hat or autographed item of some sort. But when it comes to everyday dress, and comfort, each fan has their favorite go-to tees. That’s where Urban Gameday comes in, they design insanely comfortable tee shirts for fans who appreciate the retro look. Not only that but a few of their shirts have recently gone viral, like these ones.

ug1The “Win the Whole F***ing Thing” shirt has been one of the best selling this season and it was just released a few short weeks ago according to Urban Gameday owner Steve Newman. More popular items include the classic #FlyTheW shirt, a customized rendition of Wrigleyville’s favorite letter and Jake “The Snake” Arrieta.

cubs1There’s a large variety to pick from including the “Win it for Harry” shirt you’ve likely seen on various Cubs fans at the Wrigley Field, it has also been featured on the news a couple times.

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Again though, the point here is comfort. Made of 60% cotton and 40% polyester jersey, this stretchable, pre-washed, fade resistant shirt is guaranteed to be one of the most comfortable you’ve ever put on… OR YOUR MONEY BACK.

captureUrban Gameday designs premium tee shirts for Chicago sports fans, and as we said they have a wide variety of shirts to choose from. If you’re interested in browsing their brand new items, click here.

Give Urban Gameday a try, you won’t be disappointed.

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