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Play Off Final designs released by @Art_of_Football

28th May 2018. Wembley Stadium. Coventry City secure their first promotion in 51 years. Our partners over at Art Of Football have released three designs celebrating yesterday’s success in the League Two Play-Off Final and all are available to order immediately. Featuring Jordan Willis, Jordan Shipley & Jack Grimmer’s goals, the designs are available as … Continue reading

COMPETITION | King George @Art_of_Football t-shirt

April 2nd 2017. Thirty years on from their 1987 FA Cup win at Wembley, Coventry City returned to the national stadium to take on Oxford United in the Checkatrade Trophy Final. Coventry’s own George Thomas had admitted in the build up he’d dreamed about scoring the winner at Wembley for The Sky Blues and in … Continue reading

Last day for @Art_of_Football Christmas delivery

Today is the final day to order from @ccfctv partner, Art of Football, to secure delivery in time for Christmas. If you’re still looking for a last minute gift, pick up a Keith Houchen 1987 FA Cup shirt or print. Prints start at £9.99, whilst the shirt starts from £25.00. All our products come gift … Continue reading

Support #England during #Euro2016 with The @Art_of_Football

Show your support for England during Euro 2016 this summer, with the 50 Years of Hurt collection from our friends at @Art_of_Football. The Art of Football create hand crafted designs try to emulate the beauty of those split second moments, the moments you never forget, as they look to capture the energy, passion and euphoria that … Continue reading

There are good players, great players and there are #TheArtists > @Art_of_Football new range

There are good players, great players and then there are the Artists. These players saw things most wouldn’t. They did things most couldn’t. The pitch was their canvas and they painted their way into football immortality. We pay tribute to their originality, creativity, spontaneity and vision. Thank you for making the game beautiful.  Fresh from the … Continue reading

Keith Houchen 1987 FA Cup Final @Art_of_Football competition.

The stage was set: 16th May 1987 at Wembley Stadium, London. Coventry City Football Club had made it to their first domestic cup final, whilst opponents Tottenham Hotspur were appearing in their ninth and had won all of their previous eight. Needless to say, Tottenham were the favourites to land the cup once again but … Continue reading