Personalize Uniforms with Names and Numbers

One of the fastest growing segments in our industry is in the local team sports market with little league baseball, men and woman’s softball, and youth soccer. Steady growth continues in all of these sports and so can your sales and profits. The time is now during the fall and winter months to start contacting leagues and team sponsors instead of waiting until spring or summer after they have made arrangements to purchase uniforms from sporting goods shops or your competitor across town.

name and number transfers

Press our names and numbers in just one easy application of 4 seconds!

Transfer Express sells screen printed numbers in numerous colors and 8 different styles to meet your customer’s needs. Our team numbers are heat printed at 365ºF in just 4 seconds with our Goof Proof® numbers or for numbering on stretchy performance wear, we recommend our Elasti Prints® numbers that are heat applied at 275ºF for 15 seconds.

There are 3 easy ways to buy our screen printed numbers: 5 digit Number Packs all of the same digit, Easy Prints Express Packs with 60 digits including 15 #1’s and 5 of each number 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and Easy Prints Number Kits that include a total of 315 digits! 120 #1’s and 30 of each number 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/9 and 15 of each 0, 7, 8.

number kit

There are 3 ways to buy our number transfers: a 5 pack, Express Pack, or Number Kit.

In addition, personalize each uniform with our easy to use Express Names™ that are screen printed with plastisol ink to match the numbers or use our individual screen printed Peel & Press letters for quick and easy personalization. Don’t wait until spring to contact local team sponsors when you can start making these contacts in the off-season!

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Robert Mahon

I use to able to get Name and Number combined on same sheet is that still available

Dealer Services

Hi Robert,
Our names and numbers are separate transfers, but can be applied together at the same time by just aligning the pre-spaced paper edges together.


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