Giant Soccer Player Masks for Halloween
If you've been to the grocery store recently you've seen the bags of candy out on display. Yes, Halloween is only a month or so away, it's time to start thinking about a costume to wear. Why not wear a mask of your favorite soccer player? How about Neymar, Ronaldinho, Iniesta, or a Lionel Messi mask. Unless you're Gokhan Inler, and plan on wearing a lion mask, you might favor a easy to wear mask of one of the world's greatest players.
These fans got into the act a bit early, sporting the mask of their favorite player as they watched them play. I wonder if they'll make some masks for MLS players, could you imagine seeing thousands of fans wearing the face of David Beckham or Landond Donovan or Thierry Henry. Or say you're team is playing the NY Red Bulls, what if the whole stadium wore masks of Rafa Marquez? Scary.
If you're feeling a bit lazy, and don't want to do your hair up in the style of Neymar, you can just get a mask of the young Brazilian star.
Even Neymar joined in the fun after scoring a goal and wore a mask of his own face in celebration, although upside down.
These masks are not just of players though, how about a mask of your favorite manager? Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho even has a very mean expression on his face in this mask. Scary.
How about a mask of Iniesta or Messi? Yes, Messi is very happy in this picture. It was taken after he scored ten goals in one game. If you choose Iniesta, then you have to give the thumbs up sign while you wearing it.
Or a Ronaldinho mask. Don't be scared though. The Brazilian is back in top form, nearly, and might even earn a place in the Brazilian national team and play in the World Cup in 2014.
And more Ronaldinho masks to trick or treat with. These are a bit scary I have to say. It's like they have makup on.
How about the mask of a former Manchester United star who once karate kicked a fan in the chest? Yes, there's a Eric Cantona mask. The Manchester United long sleeve jersey is sold separately. If you wear the Cantona mask and the jersey then be sure to pop the collar.