Lil’ Teammates

from The Party Animal


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Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

What It Is

Lil' Teammates are a new sports figure collectible line featuring team logos from the MLB, NHL, NFL, NBA, and more than 50 colleges. Each three-inch vinyl figure is available in various poses with slightly exaggerated features.

Series 1 of the toy line includes seven different figure molds: quarterback, pitcher, batter, running back, basketball playmaker, hockey slapper, and hockey goalie. The figures in series 1 move at the waist.

Lil' Teammates Series 2 features new figures including a football lineman, baseball catcher, and basketball defender. Each figure will also feature more articulation (arms, head, and waist rotate) to enhance their posing ability and playability.

Lil' Teammates has inspired two spin-off lines (also by The Party Animal). Lil' Teammates Throwbacks are figures dressed in classic team jerseys. Lil' Teammates Gold Label includes limited-edition miscellaneous figures, such as The Ref referee figure.

Every figure comes with a unique registration code that can be entered on Kids can also play games, win prizes, and learn more about their favorite teams on the website.

Why It’s Fun

Lil' Teammates have a unique look that will really appeal to kids. With more figure movement in the series 2 figures, kids will be able to collect, pose, and really play with Lil' Teammates. These figures are a great and affordable way for kids to show off their sports fandom.

Who It’s For

Lil' Teammates are geared toward ages 4—11, but they also make great collectible gift items for adult sports fans.

What to Be Aware of

Lil' Teammates do not feature specific player jerseys—only team logos. That's what appears to appeal to kids the most, anyway.