The NFL’s Juvenile League is now offering its fans a way to buy and sell their own jerseys.
According to the league, the jerseys will go on sale Wednesday, and fans can purchase and sell the merchandise at the same time.
The jerseys will be sold in three colors: blue, black, and yellow.
They will be available for $10 and can be purchased online for $20.
The league said it wants to ensure that every fan has the opportunity to buy their favorite jersey.
“It is important to make sure we have as many fans purchasing jerseys as possible,” the league said in a press release.
“To that end, we are offering our fans a variety of jersey options that will allow them to find their favorite team, as well as to purchase jerseys from their favorite jerseys sellers.”
The league’s goal is to reach as many customers as possible.
The league hopes to raise $200,000 in the first year and $500,000 over the next two years.
The jerseys come in four different designs.
The first will be a “white and gold” version that has the number of the jersey emblazoned in gold on the front and black and white on the back.
The second will be “red and black” and the third will be the “white jersey” and “black jersey.”
The fourth and final jersey will be an “orange jersey” with a number of colors emblagged in orange on the jersey and white or black on the neck.
The first three jerseys are already sold out.
The rest are expected to sell out.