A variety of caps are displayed at Republic FC’s store on 17th Street near Broadway. While its journey to become a Major League Soccer franchise continues, Sacramento Republic FC (1-2-0) already has made the big leagues when it comes to selling merchandise. Whether online, at its home games or in its hip midtown retail store, Republic is moving its branded products at three times the rate of its closest competitor in the United Soccer League, team officials say.
A variety of caps are displayed at Republic FC’s store on 17th Street near Broadway. While its journey to become a Major League Soccer franchise continues, Sacramento Republic FC (1-2-0) already has made the big leagues when it comes to selling merchandise. Whether online, at its home games or in its hip midtown retail store, Republic is moving its branded products at three times the rate of its closest competitor in the United Soccer League, team officials say. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
A variety of caps are displayed at Republic FC’s store on 17th Street near Broadway. While its journey to become a Major League Soccer franchise continues, Sacramento Republic FC (1-2-0) already has made the big leagues when it comes to selling merchandise. Whether online, at its home games or in its hip midtown retail store, Republic is moving its branded products at three times the rate of its closest competitor in the United Soccer League, team officials say. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

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