The daughter of reggae legend Bob Marley is supporting a new crowdsourcing campaign to raise funds to get the Jamaican women's soccer team into the 2015 World Cup. No Caribbean team has ever made the cut, but designer Cedella Marley is confident her efforts will give the athletes the edge.
She and her family are offering up incentives for donors who pledge cash on the IndieGogo.com website.
The national team hopes to raise $50,000 (£29,400) to pay for equipment and travel expenses.
Incentives include a Bob Marley T-shirt signed by Jamaican Olympic gold-medallist sprinter Usain Bolt and a Marley shirt signed by Brazilian soccer legend Pele.
Earlier this year (14), the Jamaican bobsled team raised more than $50,000 (£29,400) via a crowdsourcing campaign to help them fund their trip to the Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia.
Bob Marley's eldest daughter Cedella has designed a soccer wear collection inspired by her late father's love of the sport. The Marley Apparel Soccer Capsule Collection 2014 will feature items linked to the reggae great's stylish soccer attire from the 1960s and '70s.
Cedella Marley tells WENN, "It's an honour for me to spread my father's legacy to a loyal fanbase that continues to expand."
The limited edition collection features an array of soccer T-shirts and tracksuit jackets inspired by actual items worn by Marley on the soccer field and by the teams competing in the World Cup.
The items are all made from hemp and organic cotton, and each piece maintains "a vintage feel while infusing colors from the flags of the United States, England, Brazil, Ghana and France".