The new TFC store, open at 54 rue de Rémusat, was planned for this Tuesday evening. A new stock of jerseys made with Bgflo & Oli will go on sale this Saturday.
This is news that will delight Toulouse Football Club fans. A new shop dedicated to the club opened its doors this Wednesday, December 7, after a long absence from the city center. The new store is located at 54 rue de Rémusat, a few steps from the Place du Capitole. TFC chief executive Olivier Jaubert unveiled the premises at an inauguration ceremony which took place on Tuesday evening. He explained that it “was important to meet the expectations of fans” to have a shop in the city center. “For some people, it is difficult to come to the Stadium outside of match days”.
New Bigflo & Oli jerseys on sale
With so much purple in the windows, TFC fans couldn’t miss their new store. Inside, the decor is just as colorful. Walls, rugs and displays are matched to the colors of the club. “These are products that tell the story of the TFC. Club lovers will find what they are looking for,” says Olivier Jaubert. Indeed, in addition to jerseys, balls or water bottles, there are a few items on special offer: a Ligue 2 champion jersey for the 2021/2022 season placed in a frame, a poster showing the history of the club’s jerseys.
Other coveted special products are also returning. From this Saturday, December 10, a new stock of the third jersey made with the Visionnaire brand from Bigflo and Oli will be introduced in the store. The latter was a victim of its success last month, with an almost immediate stock shortage disappointing a large number of Téfécé fans. According to Olivier Jaubert, the stock will be renewed again at the end of January 2023.
“Perpetuate the club in the city center”
“It was frustrating for all the intramural fans not to have a shop in the city center”, testifies Didier Pitorre, supporter and historian of the club. “With the rise in Ligue 1, there is a real passion and this shop will be able to perpetuate the club in the city center”. 20 years since the last store in the city center closed, the club is now looking to the future. Olivier Jaubert, for example, mentioned potential signing sessions at the store. “We want to move forward,” says the director, “and say to ourselves in four or five years, ‘it’s small, we should look for something even bigger'”.