Home or Away, A Personalised Football Calendar Means You Won’t Miss a Thing
I use my knuckles. Clenching my fist, each bony bump is a 31-day month. Each gap between them isn’t. Once I get to the knuckle on my little finger, it’s back to the beginning. That’s how I remember the number of days in each month. Of course, the more conventional way would be to simply buy a calendar. Something with cute cats on it might be nice. Maybe one featuring my favourite TV programme? Or, most obviously of all, a football calendar. Turns out you can actually go one better these days, thanks to personalised football calendars. In some instances, you’ll even find calendars with photos of your favourite team and your name cleverly integrated throughout. What’s not to like?
Get yourself online and you’ll find calendars for over 50 teams. And not UFABET ผ่านมือถือ just the big boys either. Just like the personalised football books that are sold on the same sites, calendars cover clubs from Scotland, the Premier League, Championship, League 1, League 2 and even the Blue Square Premier. So whether it’s a Manchester United calendar, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool or Spurs, or whether you’re after Watford, Bradford City or Luton Town, you might well find yourself pleasantly surprised by the choice. These specific football calendars feature a reprint of an original newspaper report for a game or event at the club in question, for each month. What’s more, you can pick the month the calendar starts on, and personalise the cover with a name and message.
A slightly more exclusive selection of personalised football calendar is available for the bigger clubs. We’re talking the likes of Aston Villa, Manchester City, Leeds, Wolves, Everton, West Ham, Newcastle, Sunderland and Forest, as well as the guys competing for the Champion’s League. These calendars are really quite cool – they feature photos from memorable moments throughout the club’s history for each month, and the recipient’s name cunningly infused into the photo. It could appear on the front of a shirt, in the advertising hoardings running round the pitch, or even on a scarf being held aloft in celebration. They’re definitely really good fun and the perfect solution if you’re trying to buy for the footie fan who’s already got everything his club has to offer.