Win Printed Football Kits by Garment Printing in a Competition to Inspire a Generation

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One lucky football club will win printed kit, including printed t shirts and shorts for the entire team in a competition announced today by promotional custom clothes specialist, Garment Printing. With this Facebook competition, Garment Printing aims to continue the work of the London 2012 Olympics and make sport accessible to everyone by Inspiring a Generation.

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Although we didn’t get to carry the Olympic torch, Garment Printing will carry on the important legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games and continue fueling the passion of the future of British sport.

Promotional clothing specialist, Garment Printing has been inspiring local, university and charity sports teams for 15 years by printing high quality sportswear and custom clothes. The London, national and Barcelona-based company will give football teams a chance win kit worth £500 in a social media competition announced today, by building support on Garment Printing’s Facebook Page.

The competition rules are simple: clubs must ‘Like’ Garment Printing’s Facebook Page ( and post a team photo with the caption, “We want free sponsored football kits from Garment Printing!” on Garment Printing’s Facebook timeline. The photo with the most Likes by 12pm on Tuesday, 5th November 2013 will win football kit, including t shirt printing, for the entire team.

With this competition, the company aims to continue the goal of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and “inspire a generation.”

“Football kits can carry a hefty price tag that many teams can’t afford,” commented Garment Printing’s CEO, Gavin Drake. "This offer is in excess of £500—but if you win, it’s for FREE."

“Even cheap t shirt printing in London is hard to come by. By giving away a brand new kit, Garment Printing will help one lucky team look and feel more professional and inspire them to perform better in their matches,” says Drake.

Garment Printing has printed football kits for professional teams, from Tottenham Hotspurs to the England squad. The company believes wearing kits printed by the same company that supply football idols like Gary Lineker, Peter Crouch and Gareth Southgate with their kits, will boost players’ confidence and encourage them to achieve their dreams.

“We aim to support, encourage and motivate the winning team throughout the season,” continued Drake.

The international t shirt printing company which originated in Covent Garden, London before expanding nationwide and internationally with offices in Barcelona, Spain, printed uniforms and sports clothing for staff and athletes at the London 2012 Olympics. The entire International Paralympic Shooting Committee also wore embroidered polo shirts and custom clothing by Garment Printing.

“Although we didn’t get to carry the Olympic torch, Garment Printing will carry on the important legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games and continue fueling the passion of the future of British sport,” concluded Drake.

Full competition terms and conditions can be found on Garment Printing’s competition page. (link to:

About Garment Printing

Garment Printing ( is a leading international promotional and customised clothing company, offering a complete range of bespoke printing techniques. The company, founded by CEO, Gavin Drake in 2003 has worked with global brands including Mindshare, Coca Cola, Skype, Google and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Garment Printing’s consultants work with marketing teams and promotional agencies to deliver printed clothing campaigns to budget and its global supply chain provides express turnaround and excellent customer service.

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