Custom Basketball Game Jerseys - Designs and Fundraising Ideas
Show your style on the court with custom basketball jerseys and t-shirts from CustomInk! We offer thousands of cool graphics and fonts to help make your basketball jerseys the best in the league! Need a team name? Check out our list of top basketball team names for inspiration.
Want to raise money for your team, as well? Launch your own basketball fundraiser online selling t-shirts you design. It's easy to set up and absolutely free to launch with no risk to you. Raise $100s for your team easily.
Green Machine Victorious! by CharlieShobe - over 5 years ago
"Between 50 and 75 crazed Green Machiners cheer as the Maggie Walker Governor's School basketball team scores against their rival, Appomattox Governor's School. "Green Machine" was created as a spirit organization to support Maggie Walker sports. We have over half of our school (over 300 people) wearing CustomInk Green Machine t-shirts with personalized nicknames on the back. Many Thanks to CustomInk for making quality t-shirts affordable so that high school students can go crazy and support their friends!"
Nothing But Nets by Gabe - over 5 years ago
Legends Vs Young gunz by lg - about 6 years ago
"I had these t-shirts made for my family (not all pictured), since our exchange student from '04 was coming back for Christmas. She's a great Duck fan, and we surprised her with tickets to a basketball game at Mac Court in Eugene, OR. The shirts were a big hit with other fans who wanted to know where to get them!"
Wilton Warriors and St. Baldricks by boepple - over 6 years ago
"This is a picture from our high school basketball game last weekend. Our team was down by 15 points with three and a half minutes left to go, in the game against our arch rival, Ridgefield. The team came back and forced overtime and ended up winning by 6. This picture is from the end of overtime as our star player, senior, Elijah Everett, dunked in front of our student section as over 250 kids stormed the court. Over 150 of the students were wearing Wilton Warriors shirts that we made using customink. So far we have sold 215 of them and we hope to place another order. All of the profits from the shirt sales, which is nearly 1,200 dollars to date, are going directly to the St. Baldrick's Foundation which helps raise money for children's cancer research."