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Was Spurs captain Hugo Lloris wearing a Chelsea scarf?

There was a minor scarf-themed stir at the end of Sunday’s Capital One Cup final involving Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris. The Spurs keeper was on his way up to collect his runners-up medal in front of the Wembley crowd and the millions of TV viewers when a scarf happened across his path. Lloris picked the neckwear up and wore it … Continue reading

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Cornish Football Landscapes by Darren Luke

Photographer Darren Luke spent a season with his lens trained on the quirky but often picturesque surrounds of Cornish amateur football. He calls the resulting collection of more than 245 photographs A Season In Helston – Cornish Football Landscapes. The photos capture the magic of playing and watching non-league football, often with some really unusual backdrops. Expect rainbows, rock formations, … Continue reading

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VK Linden’s comic book kit

It is usually quite difficult to get excited about modern day kits, let alone modern day Sunday league kits, but Belgian side VK Linden have managed to turn their polyester matchday attire into something quite interesting. They got Belgian cartoonist Jeroom Snelders to design their kit and the result is a shirt that’s different from your standard non-league kit. Indeed, … Continue reading


Nottingham Forest legends by Daniel Nyari

We’ve featured the work of Daniel Nyari on the blog before. He has had an interesting commission in recent weeks having being tasked with producing artwork of Nottingham Forest legends for the club’s official matchday programme. Nyari drew Brian Clough, his assistant Peter Taylor, Peter Shilton, Viv Anderson, John McGovern, John Robertson, Kenny Burns, Garry Birtles and Trevor Francis in … Continue reading

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Steven Gerrard – The Good Old Days by Dan Leydon

Irish illustrator Dan Leydon has started a new series in which he imagines current stars playing their trade in yesteryear. This piece featuring Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is probably our favourite to date. Leydon portrays the veteran midfielder to be even more veteran than he really is. The nostalgic Gerrard takes to the pitch with a pipe and some spectacular … Continue reading

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Pippo Inzaghi and his AC Milan scarf

There can be no doubt about it: Milan is currently the capital of the football scarf. It would be nice if there was a bit of juxtaposition and somewhere a bit less glamorous could challenge for the title. But the fashion capital of the world is leading the way with football fashion, too. That’s because the coaches of the city’s … Continue reading

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Football Scarves Typography Art by Chris Moran

We love football scarves. We love football art. So, when the two collide, we usually approve. That’s definitely the case with this project by Chris Moran, a Manchester-based graphic designer. He has used typography based on scarves in club colours tied together to spell out appropriate chants, songs or mottos. He explained: “The lettering is formed from various football club … Continue reading

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Everton’s new typographical billboard

Everton have been experimenting with typography for a new billboard outside Goodison Park. The Toffees have created a poster outlining a club philosophy that has previously appeared on fan banners. It reads: “Evertonians are born not manufactured. We do not choose, we are chosen. Those who understand need no explanation. Those who don’t understand don’t matter.” It’s safe to say … Continue reading

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Football Greats by Simon Walsh

Bournemouth-based graphic designer Simon Walsh has put together a collection of illustrations of great players. Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Eric Cantona, Thierry Henry and Zinedine Zidane all star in this project. The players are depicted in a distinctive caricature-ish flat design style. How do you get yourself included in this select group? Simply by becoming a legend. Simon described the … Continue reading

Soccer Greats by Simon Walsh

Romario Quotes by Sergio Bergocce

Romario is an interesting character. World Cup winner, supremely talented football, supremely poor trainer, supremely talented party animal, elected representative and brilliantly outspoken individual. You can see why that would provide plenty of inspiration for a an artist. That’s certainly what Sergio Bergocce discovered. The Brazilian graphic designer has created a body of work from Romario quotes. Take the piece … Continue reading