Most do. Only a few teams (USC, Notre Dame, Colorado, and Army, to name a few) lack names on their jerseys. Penn State was one of the schools known for not having names on their jerseys until 2012, when they finally decided to add them.
The rule by f.I.F..A in the year 1988 Euro Cup clearly said all teams must have their names and numbers on their jersey backs.
Toffs sells football shirts for most non-American countries and cities with football teams. Their merchandise includes English teams, Scottish teams, and South American teams.
There are many NC football teams but only a few stands out from the crowd. The few teams include NC central Eagles football, and Shaw Bears football. These two teams play phenomenally for almost every single match and completely obliterates the other team.
New York Yankees
Players don't always have fixed squad numbers in international teams like in club teams, so it isn't always practical to put the names on the backs of shirts. Another reason is that sometimes a player may have to change a shirt during a match if it got ripped or covered in blood, so it would make no sense to have to put on a shirt with another player's name on it. For these and other reasons it is often simpler not to have the names on the shirts.
There are hundreds of thousands of football teams. Nobody knows all of them.
Sponsor names first appeared on the shirts of GAA teams in 1991.
Arsenal, Aston Villa
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the jazz, the knicks, and the suns :)
Everton and Liverpool FC