In celebration of England’s last group match against Belgium this week and the Three Lions doing so good so far in the World Cup, we’re kind of going a bit footie crazy over here!

Is football coming home? We really, really hope so! And to celebrate in style we’re bringing the action into your living room this summer. As football fervour reaches an all time high, why not support the FIFA World Cup 2018 with our personalised matching family t-shirt sets for Big Man and his biggest fan!

Our footie inspired personalised gifts are a great present for dad and his mini me, bringing fever pitch to the living room and getting your own squad together this season. Alongside our matching Big Man Little Man t shirts, we’ve also got our brand new Varsity Jackets personalised with your surname and player numbers. Harry Kane, you’ve got some competition on your hands!



In the winning spirit?

We’ve got a £30 PLP voucher to give away to the best photo sent in of your boys in our Big Man/Little Man matching t shirts or Varsity Jackets!

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Here’s some inspo…


All this football talk kind of got us wondering in the office why the England football team is called the Three Lions. So we did a bit of digging! It turns out the Lion symbol has been around in England since the 11th century. An then, when King Richard (the Lionheart) came to reign he added a couple more lions into the frame so that the English Coat of Arms crest then featured three lions. Move it along a few more centuries to the 2nd December 1872 when England played its first ever competitive football match, and they needed an emblem to represent the country. They asked the Royal Family if they could use the Three Lions, and Voila… a football team was born! Incidentally, in that first match, England drew against Scotland –

lets hope for a lot more goals than that this month.