Touchdown style

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ūüŹąNew style from the developers named “Touchdown” for western players.¬†Simple and at the same time original.¬†Unhistorical.

Touchdown is one way to score points in American and Canadian football.

The NFL season of 2018/2019 (the 99th season in the history of the National Football League) starts tomorrow, on September 7, with the opening match: Philadelphia Eagles-Atlanta Falcons. For Americans, this is a landmark event.

American football is the most popular sport in the United States, collecting millions of viewers from TV screens. One poll showed that American football has been a favorite sport among US residents since 1972, finally beating baseball. Also, this sport has the most expensive television advertising.
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NFL is the richest and most visited sports league in the world. Its annual turnover is about 9 billion dollars, and the annual profit of the league is about 1 billion dollars.

American football was developed from the early forms of rugby and football, which is commonly called “soccer” in the United States.¬†It is believed that the first game was played on November 6, 1869, according to one of the variants of the rules of the game in soccer.

* Most likely only for EU / NA. wotexpress

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15 thoughts on “Touchdown style

    1. As an American myself I think this camo is fucking ugly as all hell. More than likely it will be sold around November when we have Thanksgiving and some families watch a football game.

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