World Cup goodies for your football mad child Celebrate the World Cup with these fun and patriotic football products for tots 1 of Ad break Footie Fever Unless you've been hiding in a cave for the last few weeks, you'll know that the eagerly awaited World Cup is nearly among us and if you're a football fan, this is big news. Whether you love or loathe football, you can't deny the fun that the World Cup brings to the nation - so why not let your little one get in on the action too? We've rounded up all the best red, white and blue football goodies from clothing to toys so that your tots can show their support when the games begin on June 12. Check through our pick of the best (and cutest) and after us, "Come on England!" Team TLet your tot show who he supports with this line-up tee. 'Weekend Offender' t-shirt, £18, by ASOS. Available from ages 2-8 years. Sit it outYour little one can kick back and relax with this super comfy inflatable England chair! England inflatable, £15, by BHS. Kick itKickers have teamed up with LEGO to create these football-tastic shoes in time for the World Cup! Perfect for getting kicking in these customised Kickers! 'Kick Hi' shoes, £50, by Kickers. Available once the World Cup starts on June 11! Continue slideshow > Take a strollIf the footie fever gets all too much, let your little one rest in this St.George's flag clad stroller with a matching parasol to boot! Jive stroller, £34.99, by Mothercare. England compact parasol, £18, by Mothercare. Fancy winning this buggy? Find out how, when and why here. It's a goal! Your tot can practice his shooting skills with this fantastic and nostalgic penalty shoot-out game. Playmobil Football Shoot-Out game, £11.99, available at Toys R Us. Face it Paint your little one's face with these safe, colourful face paints - which team will you choose? Supporter's face paint, £3.49, by Snazaroo. By Kyrsty Hazell Last updated on 2 June 2010 Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?