Messi's shirt is sold out worldwide 0:47
New York (CNN) --
New York (CNN) --
We have bad news for Lionel Messi fans who want to have their official Argentina jersey after their first World Cup victory in Qatar.
Adidas announced that the Messi and Argentina national team jerseys are out of stock worldwide, telling CNN in a statement that it has been "working to meet the extraordinary demand for jerseys and more stock will be available soon."
On Sunday, Argentina beat France to win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar via penalty shootout in one of the most exciting finals in the tournament's history.
Messi, who was playing in his fifth World Cup, scored two goals and further cemented his place as a soccer legend.
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According to various reports, Messi's Adidas jerseys had sold out even before the game.
A search on the Adidas website shows that the generic Argentina jerseys are out of stock, but there are still a few other team items available, including a basketball jersey and other jerseys.
Searches for Messi shirts with the Argentina national team on Amazon also show that they are out of stock.
StockX, a popular reseller website, has some jerseys for sale for US$500. However, Messi's jerseys with Paris Saint-Germain, his club in Europe, are available online.
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Adidas announced that it will soon introduce new products.
"Since his historic victory, we have produced a range of celebratory apparel that will be available immediately, and we will also create a new version of his iconic three-star jersey to commemorate his third World Cup, for fans around the world as soon as possible." the company stated.
The World Cup has been a boon for Adidas revenue.
The company has sold around US$ 424 million (400 million euros) in "event-related sales" in the fourth quarter, and its soccer merchandise grew 30% in the first nine months of 2022 compared to the year former.
Adidas said it also "recorded higher demand" during this edition of the World Cup compared to the previous tournament.