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After a year and a half away from our screens, Ted Lasso finally has a Season 3 premiere date!

The twelve-episode season will premiere on March 15, exclusively for subscribers of Apple TV+.

The Apple TV+ original series was created by and stars Jason Sudeikis in the titular role as an American college football coach who takes a job in England coaching professional football — not the kind he’s used to, though.

The first season primarily deals with Ted and his assistant Coach Beard (series co-creator Brendan Hunt) trying to earn the trust and respect of the Athletic Football Club Richmond, as the team’s owner (Hannah Waddingham) attempts to sabotage him to get back at her ex-husband. The second season dives deeper into the lives of everyone at A.F.C. Richmond.

Since premiering in 2020, Ted Lasso has amassed a large and loyal fanbase, and many are eager for the show’s return. In the meantime, there are so many awesome gifts for you and the Ted Lasso lover in your life, including a way to gift the streamer it airs on.

And as a reminder, Ted Lasso returns on March 15, exclusively on Apple TV+. The service costs $6.99/month following a seven-day free trial, and you can sign up on Apple TV+’s website.

This 11.8-inch long sign looks just like the “Believe” sign Ted taped in the locker room on his first day in Richmond. If you, too, need that reminder, the battery-powered sign can be mounted anywhere and has two light modes.

Of course, you’ll need some tea to go with your biscuits. This campfire-style mug is made of sturdy ceramic and can hold 20 fluid ounces.

“He’s here! He’s there! He’s every-fucking-where! Roy Kent! Roy Kent!”

The official Warner Brothers shop sells replica jerseys, including fan-favorite Roy Kent’s. If you have another favorite Richmond player, you’re in luck because you can also get jerseys for Dani Rojas and Ted himself. There’s even a customizable option (in orange or gray) to get players like Jamie Tartt and Sam Obisanya.

Loungefly’s bestselling mini backpacks now come in a Ted Lasso variant, with the big front pocket designed to look like Ted’s “believe” sign. The bags are small but spacious and can hold all of your essentials.

This T-shirt, printed with Dani Rojas’ signature phrase — fúbol is life — comes in various gender-neutral colors and styles so that you can customize it to your or a loved one’s liking.

Printed with the A.F.C. Richmond crest and a design miming the coach’s practice apparel, this smartwatch band also comes with two sets of connectors, so it fits every wrist, every series and size Apple Watch, plus any other brand of smartwatch with a 22mm pin.

In addition to the replica jerseys, you can also grab a training hoodie, which looks just like all of the A.F.C. Richmond players wear during practice scenes.

It wouldn’t be football without team scarves, so of course, you can get an A.F.C. Richmond scarf to support your favorite fictional football club.

Send a little birthday love to someone with this pop-up card from LovePop. The card also includes a blank insert to write your own inspiring note inside. For an extra $5, LovePop can send the card, with your message, directly to the recipient.

This adorable tote bag is inspired by local pub owner Mae and the trio of Richmond fans often hanging around the bar. When no football is on, the trio turns to The Great British Bake Off and treats it like sports — complete with chants. The canvas tote comes in three sizes.

If you loved “Beard After Hours,” the season 2 episode that followed Coach Beard throughout one post-loss night from the club to the streets of Richmond to the pitch at Nelson Road, this Funko Pop is for you. He’s depicted hula-hooping in the striped-and-star printed pants worn in the episode.

A more subtle reference, this hoodie takes inspiration from one of season one’s most iconic scenes — Ted’s motivational pre-game speech in the finale.

Build-A-Bear Workshop is the latest brand to get in on the Ted Lasso craze with a Ted bear. Starting at $49, you can accessorize your Ted bear further by grabbing bundles with sneakers, a teacup, and his signature pink box of biscuits.

You can even bundle one of Build-A-Bear’s signature pets, like Barkleigh and Happy Hugs Teddy, with a Richmond uniform. The uniform can be purchased separately, along with a Richmond scarf.

Gather your friends and family to play this fun party game, which features characters, moments, and quotes from the show.

Laser engraved with the “Believe” logo, this sturdy glass holds a full 13 ounces of liquid and is dishwasher safer. Perfect for game-day drinks!

This navy blue dad hat has an adjustable snapback closure for heads of all sizes, and it’s embroidered with the A.F.C. Richmond crest.

There’s even a gift for the littlest of Ted Lasso fans! Fisher Price Little People released a set with six mini-figurines: Sam, Roy, Ted, Beard, Rebecca, and Keeley.

This little book contains quotes, fun facts, and stats about everything Ted Lasso: from the stars and writers to soccer, tea, and biscuits.

You’re obviously going to need bookmarks to go with your new book, so why not this set of five? Each corresponds to a different character and quote from the show.

Is there a better apron out there for barbecuing than this one, inspired by the scene where Ted shocks Rupert by beating him at darts?

A Ted Lasso look isn’t complete without an A.F.C. Richmond visor, which Ted himself sports at practice.

Take Ted’s mantra on the go, whether you stick this to a water bottle, notebook or phone case.

Whether you like tea or think it’s just hot brown water like Ted, this mug is perfect for your morning beverage of choice.

While you can’t actually gift someone a subscription to Apple TV+, you can buy an Apple gift card, and that value can be used toward subscribing. At $6.99/month, you can figure out the exact amount to gift for the subscription length you have in mind, as long as it’s at least $25.

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