We got offered a spare ticket to a Spurs Europa League game by one of our biggest fans on twitter @statto_74.
Tottenham’s stadium looks like a factory, the inside looks like a generic stadium in FIFA and I don’t agree with how Tottenham fans sing about ‘YIDS’, so that needs to be sorted out.
Spurs won, and we talked the death out of football kits like we were still on twitter!
Similar to Goodison but navy.
Ledley King, who is a one club man. (because no one wanted to buy him as he was always injured)
Spurs sculpture on the top, adds one of the only bits of character to the stadium.
Last goal celebration!
…that one day he will design football kits for one of the biggest brands in the world.
We were contacted by Christer about 6 or 7 months ago. He had been following our website and twitter for a while and we were quite honoured to know that our story had inspired him to take up his passion for football kits and try and make a career out of it. At the time he was considering which course to join, London or Falmouth. There was only ever going to be one answer from us and through a series of emails filled with advice and support over the next few months, he was finally, much to our delight, accepted onto the PSD course in Falmouth.
So before his new course started we met up in London and gave him a special football kit and fabric tour. Our football kit knowledge far exceeding our rusty knowledge of warp, weft and woven.
We told him the dream he has is possible. We have lived some of ours already. But to get there you have to work extremely hard, be patient, dedicated, passionate about what you do and open your mind up to the huge world of fashion and performance sportswear.
We love a good story, and we can’t wait to see Christer’s develop and evolve during his time at Falmouth University.