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Even if you aren’t a football fan, those around you get you in the mood! After all, the tournament is more than just football. It brings people from all over together, and the atmosphere is just phenomenal.
That said, what are the things that you should bring with you to a match? Here are the top 5 things that you should put into your checklist.
1. Lozenges
Even if you aren’t a football fan, the atmosphere at the stadium would be so overwhelming, you’ll find yourself cheering and singing along in no time. To make sure the fun lasts, bring along some lozenges to keep your throat going!
2. Sweets and Snacks
A football match is pretty long, and you may find yourself feeling hungry as you watch and cheer. Sure, food is sold at the stadium, but instead of leaving your seat to queue and possibly missing a goal, take some sweets with you. BRAND’S InnerShine RubyCollagen Essence Strips are really convenient, yummy, and contains antioxidants and collagen that is good for your skin too!
3. Sunscreen
If you’re lucky, you’ll get a seat where the sun isn’t shining straight into your eyes. But since it is difficult to say where your seat is, and it’s just not right to open up an umbrella in the stadium, remember to bring along sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun as you revel in the fun and festivities.
4. The Right Bag
With spilled drinks and wrappers littered all over the stadium during the game, you wouldn’t want any of it near your Chanel. So put away your It Bags, and get one that can fit all your necessities, and that you don’t mind getting a little dirty.
5. A Good Camera
At the World Cup, the stadium is huge so your iPhone camera probably won’t cut it if you want to get some nice photos of the players and the game. This is where your 15 megapixel camera with a 20x zoom would come in handy! I would bring my DSLR camera along if I could!

Psst! Don’t go yet!
Today is the last day for the contest two. Go to to find out more!

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