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How much more dramatic would you like it? West Ham are Europa Conference League Champions – marking the team’s first major trophy in 43 years, and their first in Europe since the 1960s! To celebrate we’ve launched this brand new exclusive design – so get your hands on it today and celebrate the Hammers’ major victory! AshleyWondering how many hangovers people are recovering from right now…

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The Last Promotion Spots Of 2023…

Last week, we covered the story of the Championship Play-Off Final between Coventry City and Luton Town. But they’re not the only teams fighting for promotion this Bank Holiday Weekend! There’s still two other spots left to fill – those fighting in the League One and League Two Play-Off Finals. In League One, it’s between Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday. The game on Bank Holiday Monday sees two teams with only a short amount of time looking to go up – Barnsley who were only relegated from the Championship last season... Read More


Championship Playoff: A Long Awaited Return

Who doesn’t love a football fairytale? We now know that over the Bank Holiday Weekend it’ll be between Coventry City and Luton Town for the final spot in the Premier League next season. But what makes this match so special? Both teams’ stories. While neither team are strangers to the top division of football, it’s been a long time since either have been in the most elite league in England. For Coventry City, their 34-year run in the top division was ended in the 2000-01 Premier League season. The team’s... Read More


2023’s Promotion Party!

The end of the season is upon us, which only means one thing – teams are on the up! Burnley and Sheffield United have both booked their return to the Premier League – the former doing it in dominant fashion with 101 points! In League One, It was Plymouth Argyle & Ipswich Town making their way to the Championship, meanwhile in League Two the trio of Leyton Orient, Stevenage and Northampton Town all saw automatic promotion. In regards to the National League, Wrexham’s Hollywood blockbuster story saw them become champions... Read More

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Wenger Leaves Arsenal

The last of a generation? Quite possibly. Arsene Wenger announced this morning he is to leave Arsenal, having been the manager of the club since October of 1996 – which made him the longest serving Premier League manager of all time (Sir Alex Ferguson, while having been manager of Manchester United for longer, pre-dated the Premier League era). While recent times have been more of a struggle for Arsenal – which included a eight-year drought without a trophy and the “St. Totteringham’s Day” streak coming to an end last season... Read More


All Together for a Sing-A-Long…

You’ll Never Walk Alone. I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles. Blue Moon… I could go on and on and on. Point is, it’s not a football match without the crowd making noise, and chants are an essential part of the atmosphere. Sometimes they can be for the love of a team (see Port Vale), the joy of a particular player (Wigan & Ireland, West Ham, Arsenal, AFC Wimbledon… the list could go on!), or even as abuse to the opposition or the greatest rival (see Burnley) – can you really say you’ve... Read More

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Zlatan Arrives: The 2016/17 Season Gets Underway

When Ibrahimovic says he’s winning the Community Shield in his first major match for Manchester United, you better believe he’s doing it. The Swede, never short on confidence, predicted that this would be the first trophy he would bring home to the Red Devils – and so it would be because of a header from Ibrahimovic himself, no less. Zlatan’s 82nd-minute winner came following Lingard’s opener for United in the first half, before Jamie Vardy capitalised on an error to start the party for reigning Premier League Champions Leicester City,... Read More

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England’s Golden Moment: The Golden Anniversary

Chris Farlowe was Out Of Time at #1 in the charts, BBC still broadcast in black and white, and the royalty at the top was… well, Queen Elizabeth II! July 30th, 1966. A very different time to now, but England‘s biggest chance to shine was upon them: The World Cup final, in England, and they’re in it against West Germany. The tournament had begun in a rather bemusing way, as a dog became a hero when Pickles found a stolen Jules Rimet Trophy (the cup given to the World Cup... Read More

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Straight Outta PunkFootball – New designs in store!

Now the Euros are done, football finally takes a summer break before starting all over again with a new season next month. Just because the professionals are putting their feet up doesn’t mean we are – we’re slugging it out in our office during the heatwave to keep bringing you great new designs to enjoy! Straight Outta…, based off the N.W.A.’s 1988 album (and subsequent 2015 film) “Straight Outta Compton”, fans of the Champions of England Leicester City, along with fellow Premier League sides Watford and West Ham, plus Championship... Read More


UEFA EURO 2016: Portugal’s First Major International Trophy

Draw, Draw, Draw, Extra Time, Penalties, Win, Extra Time. It doesn’t make good reading, but that’s how Portugal won their first ever major international trophy. After years of trying, finally, Cristiano Ronaldo had his biggest moment. And yet, he played such a small role as it turned out come the final. Very early on in the match, Ronaldo was involved with a hard tackle courtesy of Dimitri Payet – injuring the Portuguese mega star. Given the huge occasion, Ronaldo refused to come off and played on, despite his obvious pain.... Read More