I am a lifelong, match-going Liverpool supporter with a passion for everything that this entails. Our culture of traditional banner-making makes us unique among British football clubs, and this is a tradition of which I am proud to be a part.

Liverpool, England – Tuesday, May 1, 2007: Liverpool fans on the Spion Kop hold up a banner reading ‘We’re not English We Are Scouse’ before the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg match against Chelsea at Anfield. (Pic by Andy Teebay/Propaganda)

I create hand cut, hand crafted, hand made football banners from scratch using nothing but the highest quality materials. I use only heavy duty cotton drill fabric and wool-rich felt sourced from UK suppliers.

To date (as of July 2022), I have created 72 banners using traditional techniques, and my ambition and skills have grown with each piece. Though this is still really just a hobby for me, I am now open to commissions, ever since I created this piece for Cheshire Bears American Football team back in early 2020.

For me, making banners is a hobby and a passion, which allows me to ‘switch off’ from my day job as a teacher.

Because this is something I do in my spare time, I cannot work especially quickly, but I will always endeavour to give a realistic timescale before committing to a project. I will also not take on more work than I can complete. The waiting list for my work currently stands at around 12 months long.

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