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Soccer party supplies are in short supply in the wake of the FIFA World Cup, with many stores having run out of football-related items.

A lot of the stores have already been closed and some are only open on Saturdays and Sundays.

In Adelaide, the Soccer Party Supplies store has run out with a large amount of soccer party supply items.

“We’re running out of the soccer balls and balls of course, but the soccer sticks, the soccer socks, we’ve run out too,” shop owner Steve Breslin said.

“It’s been a nightmare, but I think we’re going to be able to get them in.”

Mr Breslins supply chain manager, Tom Tinsley, said the supply chain for soccer party Supplies has been hit by the FIFA tournament, with some stores being unable to ship football supplies.

“I think we’ve been running out for a few days now, so it’s been hard for a lot of our customers,” Mr Tinsly said.

Mr Berslins chief executive, Matt White, said soccer party suppliers were getting the supply chains sorted.

“At the moment, we’re not able to do anything for some of our suppliers that we need,” Mr White said.

However, he added there was a “high demand” for soccer parties and some stores were able to stock soccer party items.

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