4 Spots for Sports Swag


Sport seasons come and go, but team pride lasts forever. There are plenty of places around Chicago to find merchandise that represents your favorite team, but some are better than others. What better place to find quality Chicago sports paraphernalia than in the Windy City?

Clark Street Sports

Etienne Padin, Eurostars Magnificent Mile

With several locations located around Chicagoland, Clark Street Sports is the best place to go for premium Chicago Sports apparel and souvenirs. They have some fantastic sweatshirts, shirts, and accessories. They also have infants’ apparel, backpacks, and plenty of bobbleheads. You’re going to need a quality windbreaker if you plan to travel around the city, so why not check out some of the fantastic ones they have to offer at any Clark Street Sports location. 


Alex Yu, The Peninsula

Any self-respecting hat enthusiast knows about Lids. This is the prime place to get a cap, beanie or a snapback. The mass majority of what Lids supplies is consists of headwear that proudly dawns the crest of your favorite sports teams. However, Lids now has a wide variety of different sportswear. You can check out some of their newest gear on their online store. This includes shorts, compression shirts, other activewear, and cozy sweatshirts. There are also some new items that display your support for the men and women of the armed services. 

Wrigley Field

John Dillon, Langham Hotel

Some of the best places to find sports paraphernalia for your favorite team is to head straight to the source. You can be sure that they have the widest selection of all Cubs merch at the stores around the Cubs home field. 

Callout from Eric Loughlin – theWit Hotel

Chicago Sport and Novelty has all of the jersey and sports knick knacks for son/daughter/spouse/significant other/house pet could possibly dream of. They carry items from all 6 major sports teams in Chicago (that’s right Chicago Fire soccer fans!) under one roof, which sometimes can be hard to find.

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