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EURO 2020 Wallchart

Euro 2020 is nearly here and, as has become tradition, I’ve created a snazzy wall chart to raise money for a cause close to my heart. Featuring key players from all of the 24 competing nations, your home office will be the talk of the Zoom call with one of these beauties hanging in the background.

This years wallchart features illustrations of some of the most familiar names from European football such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Gareth Bale and Kevin De Bruyne plus a few faces you may not recognise.

This summer’s European Championships will be the 7th (seventh) tournament where I've created footballing artworks for sale and just like all the previous tournaments, 100% of profits from the wall charts will be donated to the brilliant Luton and Dunstable Hospital Neonatal and Intensive Care Unit.

The charts measures in at a home and office-friendly 594 x 420mm (A2), they are printed on 110gsm white bond poster paper and come delivered rolled up in a standard postal tube.  

They cost a mere ten English pounds plus postage, click on the Paypal button below (you can edit quantities once you've clicked the Paypal button). Due to Brexit making delivery to the EU about twice as expensive and much more laborious thanks to the customs certificates, I am restricting this year’s wallcharts to the UK only. If you do live outside the UK and desperately want one please do send me an email (button above) and I’ll see if I can work out the cost to get one to you.

Since my first project back in 2010 for the World Cup in South Africa, we have raised over £28,400 for the amazing hospital that cared for my daughter. Saying she had a traumatic introduction into the world would be a huge understatement. She needed to be resuscitated at birth and was put on a new cooling mat treatment at the Luton & Dunstable NICU - (I’ve just read this account from a parent who went through a similar experience, I only managed to get through the first paragraph before I started welling up). My daughter is now 12, plays football herself and has also been lucky enough to witness the upturn in Luton Town FC’s fortunes since she first start watching them with me back in 2014.

Thanks in advance to everyone who buys one, if you want to be an extra amazing person you can do me a massive favour by sharing this page on your social media of choice.



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