Old School Football
Shop link: http://www.oldschoolfootball.co.uk
I was looking for a shirt that was a non-replica, but still bared resemblance to the shirt I wanted. I was searching for an understated, yet familiar and classy design. I stumbled across ‘Old School Football’ whilst in my first few months on Twitter. I obtained their 70’s Juventus shirt. The quality of this shirt blew me away, it fit so well too. I strongly advise this to people who want to wear football related gear, but pointed toward a classier approach.
Shop link: http://www.3retro.com
I was tasked with trying to find a vintage and retro top for a follower. It was a Chelsea top from the 70’s, very hard to find. I stumbled across “3 Retro”, who are an approved seller of Scoredraw, Admiral and Umbro shirts. Sure enough I found the shirt I was after, and fell in love with some other classics from the past.
Hope & Glory Sportswear
Shop link: http://www.hopeandglorysportswear.co.uk
I stumbled across Hope & Glory whilst reading up on the new North Ferriby shirt. The club from Humberside had recently fallen into administration. I was delighted to read that they had returned, and signed a 4 year deal with Hope & Glory. This lead to me checking out their site. The site is a joy to behold. You can see a lot of time and attention has been put into their image. I recently had a shirt designed by them and I can tell you now that the quality is so impressive. If you are a club that needs a new kit then I strongly advise you consider Hope and Glory.
Shop link: https://www.fansfavourite.co.uk/
Fans’ Favourite was born out of a passion for football shirt designs and football scarves. With a lack of unique knitwear out there, and with football clubs churning out the same standard merchandise year after year, Fan’s Favourite embarked on an adventure to combine their passions – kits and scarves. They now produce high quality, limited-edition scarves that are inspired by some of the most popular and famous football kit designs from all eras. Product designs range from the iconic away shirt worn by Ajax during the 1989-90 season, to the goalkeeper shirt donned by Peter Schmeichel for Denmark in the early 90s.
Test your football knowledge at Questionable Football!
When looking for valuable content to put on the website, I came across Questionable Football Quizzes and got speaking to them on social media. They create some wonderful brain teasers and I for one absolutely adore a football quiz. The thing that stands out for me is the broad range of quizzes and the fact they are specifically just football quizzes.