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Die-cut lettering and number kits are packaged in trays with dividers to separate the individual numbers. 

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Die-cut lettering and number kits are packaged in trays with dividers to separate the individual numbers. Designs run from standard athletic block lettering to distressed styles that imitate weathered looks. As a general rule, typical sizes are:

  • Baseball and softball: 4″ left chest and 8″ back number for adult jerseys; 4″ and 6″ for youth shirts
  • Football: 8″ front number and 10″ back number for adult jerseys; 6″ and 8″ for youth garments
  • Soccer: 8″ adult; 6″ youth number on the back of the shirt or jersey
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