Europe’s leading online sports goods retailer have launched a new ‘Sporting Gifts’ website at , in time for the main Christmas online gift buying rush. The online retailer then plans to build the business by offering some very exclusive sports gifts throughout the year with their unrivalled product offering.

The new website builds on Kitbag’s successful blend of high impact visuals, high demand sports product ranges and fast worldwide delivery. To celebrate the launch, all customers that place an order above £50 are automatically added into a prize draw to win an Arsenal FC home shirt, signed by new Arsenal captain Cesc Febregas.

The new site offers over 1,000 specially selected gift products for sports fans of all ages across many popular sports. So whether its Lewis Hamilton crash helmets or Wayne Rooney signed prints there is something for everyone. The gift store is presented in various sub-sections, such as:

Gifts by recipient
- Gifts for him
- Gifts for her
- Gifts for kids

Special offers
- Special offers

Gifts by price
- Gifts under £10
- Gifts £11 to £20
- Gifts £21 to £30
- Gifts £31 to £40
- Gifts £41 to £50
- Gifts £51 to £70
- Gifts £71 to £100
- Gifts over £100

Football gifts
- Retro football shirts
- Special edition shirts
- Hero shirts
- Footballs
- Executive football gifts
- Football memorabilia
- Novelty football gifts
- Confectionary
- Football books & DVDs
- Limited edition football club Opus books

Rugby gifts
- Rugby shirts
- Rugby balls
- Executive rugby gifts
- Rugby memorabilia
- Novelty rugby gifts
- Rugby books & DVDs

Cricket gifts
- Cricket shirts
- Executive cricket gifts
- Novelty cricket gifts

Golf gifts
- Golf clothing
- Golfing gifts

Tennis gifts
- Tennis gifts
- Tennis towels

F1 gifts
- F1 executive gifts
- F1 teamwear
- F1 collection
- F1 novelty gifts
- F1 race programmes
- F1 helmets
- F1 watches
- F1 pictures & posters

For further information, please contact:

John Fitzpatrick
Internet Marketing Manager
M24 1FD

Tel: 0161 219 7836

Published on: 12:00AM on 26th November 2008