Last Friday we held our launch party at Philly Phaithful. Our photographer, John Ndicu of Mzizi Media, sent these photos back. Check them out!
Shout out to everyone who came out to support. Big thanks to Dan at Philly Phaithful for hosting a top class event, our bartenders Darrell and Alean, and our sponsor, D’Usse for the booze. That D’Usse is the shhh..if I do say so myself Do you have any photos from the event? share it with us on social media using hashtag #LBFLaunch
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Live Breathe Futbol is more than clothing. It’s, at its very core, a platform for passionate footballers all over the world to tell their stories.
This chapter features Stephan Brossard, a NYC-based footballer whose passion for LBF is best explained by the massive wing logo across his sternum. He’s mastered the ancient art of making defenders look foolish while being as cool as Eric Cantona with a turned up collar. We can go on, but we’ll let his feet do the talking.
Meet, The Little Prince.
I was honored to be invited to play in Audi + Bayern Munich’s pick up soccer match last night in Brooklyn, NY. Two teams of influencers faced off against each other with two Bayern legends on each team. Markus Babbel and Paul Breitner were on my team, and Paulo Sergio and Giovane Élber were on the red team.
Influencers included Kazeem Famuyide (theStashed), Sian Pierre (Swagger), Julian Patterson and Donnie Kwak (Complex Media). Check out some photos of the event courtesy of the good folks at Getty Images.
BROOKLYN, NY – JULY 30: Team Red poses for a photo at the Audi Soccer Pick-Up Game at Pier 2 at Brooklyn Bridge Park on July 30, 2014 in Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Audi)
The winning team.
Julian Patterson of Complex Media hits a sweet elastico on Giovane Élber
Blowing past Brazilian legend and World Cup winner, Paulo Sergio.
Just over two years ago, we teamed up with internet football legend, Joltter, to create the very first #myLBFlife video. The video has over 100k views now and has inspired a few footballers to make videos of their own.
Here are some of our favorites, including the original.
If you go on twitter and search for “grind mode” or “rise and grind” you’ll find thousands of tweets boasting about a life filled with work. It’s admirable to work hard, and lord knows we do tons of that around these parts, but sometimes you just have to leave everything, call up a few good friends and drive down to the beach. It’s even better when one of those friends is a fantastic photographer. Enjoy.