So you’re hoping to get a Sue Bird signed jersey, ball, photograph or gift? To make your search easy, we’ve rounded up some of the coolest gear featuring a Sue Bird autograph – some of it is even game worn. We also included a few souvenirs that are cool, even though they’re unsigned. So check out the memorabilia below and purchase your favorites – all of which make great, thoughtful presents for the WNBA fan in your life, or a nice treat for yourself.
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By the way, now is the perfect time to purchase your favorite Sue Bird souvenirs, as the champion is taking on just one more year of pro hoops. Lucky for us, both her life and her remarkable career will be the subject of a new documentary from Oscar winner Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions and Jay Ellis’s Black Bar Mitzvah. Sue Bird: In the Clutch is already underway, capturing the final chapter of her 19-year career in basketball. The film will showcase her record-setting fifth Olympic gold medal, the 2022 WNBA season, life with fiancé Megan Rapinoe, advocating for social justice and her post-retirement plans.
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Many of these Sue Bird souvenirs have already been autographed, so they should ship to you quickly. Find the best memorabilia for your budget: some items are as low as $9.99, while others are as high as $1,499.99. Explore a selection of posters, a signed jersey, and much more.
This is a cool 16 x 20 autographed photo of Sue Bird playing for the Seattle Storm. Those vintage jerseys are fire! This photo will look awesome on your wall, or it makes for an easy gift to ship. Today, Sue Bird has won four championships (2004, 2010, 2018, 2020); is a Commissioner’s Cup champion (2021); is the career assists leader; is seventh all time in scoring, fourth in steals, seventh in field goals made, second in 3-pointers made; first player in WNBA history to win titles in three different decades; three-time assists champion; and five-time All-WNBA First Team.
Check out this Sue Bird autographed 16×20 art poster. You can be sure it’s authentic, as it includes a QR coded numbered hologram. In 2021, Sue re-signed with the WNBA team she’s been with since she first entered the league: the Seattle Storm, on a one-year deal. This allowed her to play her 18th season in the league, making her the WNBA player with most seasons played in the league. In a July 2021 game against the Los Angeles Sparks, Sue’s first three-pointer put her number sixth on the WNBA career scoring list. And during that season, the WNBA’s 25th, she was named to The W25, the league’s list of the 25 greatest players in its history.
This 2020 Olympics photo of Sue Bird features her autograph and an inscription that reads “04, 08, 12, 16, 20 Olympic Gold.” For Sue Bird’s first Olympics, in 2004 in Athens, the team stayed on the Queen Mary 2 cruise ship. Early WNBA stars like Dawn Staley, Sheryl Swoopes and Lisa Leslie led the squad, and a few of the younger players, including Bird, were quite fond of a nightclub on the ship, G32. “They partied every single night,” says Staley. “It should have been called the ‘Sue Bird Nightclub.’” Years later, in 2021, Sue brought her extraordinary floor vision to the Tokyo Olympics, where she and teammate Diana Taurasi became the first basketball players to win five Olympic gold medals. This 8 x 10 photograph capturing a memorable moment will look great in your bedroom or family den.
Get a photo of the fabulous duo at once! This 16 x 20 Olympic photo is inscribed by both players with “04, 08, 12, 16, 20 Olympic Gold” and signed. Celebrate this historic Olympic moment forever. The relationship between Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi is one that goes back more than two decades when they first became teammates at the University of Connecticut in 2000, where they won two NCAA titles in three years together. “There’s that sense of being very familiar with someone,” Diana Taurasi said. “Coming into situations that have been nerve-racking, no matter if you’ve been there 100 times or it’s your first time, you get that sense of calm when you have your best friend there.”
This awesome poster celebrates Sue Bird as she won yet another WNBA championship in 2020. She’s now the only WNBA player ever to win a Championship in three different decades. This poster available in 8×10 and 16×20 and will look great in any bedroom or office! Recently the Seattle Storm headed to the White House to celebrate their 2020 WNBA championship. “Now that it’s back in a place where it’s considered an honor and you’re recognized by the highest office in the country is exciting, it’s fun,” Sue said. “It’s not just about meeting the president or hopefully the vice president is there. It’s about the whole experience of being in the White House. Having a day that’s about your team and celebrating what you’ve accomplished.”
This Sue Bird reversible UConn practice jersey was worn by Bird in practice during her Senior Season at Connecticut in 20012002. She wore this specific practice jersey in the Fall of 2001. Sue Bcapped off her incredible collegiate career with an undefeated season and National Championship in 2002. This jersey comes with a letter of authenticity signed by Sue Bird.
This signed poster features Sue in her Team USA uniform. It reads “The key to my journey is confidence. And the key to my confidence is preparation. As long as I’m doing the things I need to do to feel prepared, I know my confidence will follow. From there I get to just go play and let my instincts take over.” This would be an awesome gift for a young hooper looking to make a mark on the game themselves.
Sue Bird is a total sneakerhead (check out her Wubble closet). So join in on the fun with a pair of her own kicks. This pair of Team USA size 7 sneakers were team issued to United States Women’s Basketball star Sue Bird. Sue autographed these sneakers and inscribed “#6”. Sue has won five Olympic Gold Medals with Team USA, after making the United States Basketball Team right after college in 2002. This pair of team issued sneakers comes with a letter of authenticity signed by Sue Bird.
This is an official Spalding WNBA basketball signed by Sue Bird. It comes with a 100% authenticity guarantee so you can be sure the five-time Olympic gold winner has really signed it. When you purchase it, maybe some of her phenomenal shooting will rub off on you. In 2021, Sue Bird shot 43.1% from the field. This ball will look great displayed on a mantel or shelf.
This original Seattle Storm jersey was signed by Sue Bird and inscribed with the words “Go Storm.” Sue Bird has been playing for the Storm since 2002. She hasn’t yet announced whether she’ll be returning for another season. “I don’t know, I don’t know. Luckily our free agency doesn’t start for a while so I get some time to think. I don’t know. I feel like, we just opened a new arena here in Seattle and I happened to be in there the other day for the opening [Seattle] Kraken game. And it was tempting… the thoughts of playing there were very tempting. I leave you with that.” said Sue in October 2021. This jersey will make a great gift for any Seattle fan.
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Get the merchandise you love before someone else snags these one-of-a-kind items. They’re a great way to celebrate one of the players who’s left a phenomenal mark on the league we love, as well as advocated for others off the court. Up next, shop more WNBA gifts and the best basketball gifts.