Art of Football giveaway

artoffootballsplashDefeat at Sunderland and the ongoing takeover saga have us all in a bit of a funk right now, but those kind folk at Art of Football have felt our pain, and want to remind us of happier times via the medium of arty prints and desirable tee shirts. They’re offering one Amber Nectar reader a gift card to choose an item they’d like.

We’ll let Art of Football  describe their wares in their own words…

“Our hand crafted designs try to emulate the beauty of those split second moments, the moments you never forget, as we look to capture the energy, passion and euphoria that erupts from that one magical kick of a football. We only produce a limited number of each design, so your T shirts, like any good piece of art, are exclusive and completely original.”

Look at these lovely garments featuring Deano volleying City into the Premier League in the 2008 Championship play-off final…



Great aren’t they? Art of Football sent us one of the white tees which came beautifully presented in a box, and wrapped in high quality printed paper, lending a real sense that a work of art is being unveiled.

So, to be in with the chance to win an Art of Football item, you need to answer two questions. The first being…

Who replaced Dean Windass as a second half substitute in the 2008 play off final?

Since that’s easy to look up on the Web we’ll add a tie-breaker element. Tell us who or what you’d like to see on a future Art of Football print/tee (and tell us why).

We’ll determine the best answers, put them in a hat (literally, one of those awful Thriller at the Villa caps from 1999) and draw the winner live on the Periscope broadcast of the Amber Nectar podcast recording next week (indeed on tomorrow’s broadcast, one of the Nectarines will be modelling the white Deano tee). Then we’ll let Art of Football know who the winner is so the prize can be claimed.

Send your answer and suggestion to by midnight on Sunday 27th.

Don’t want to leave owning such a fine item to the capricious whims of chance? Then head to Art of Football right now!