8 X Footballers Wall Art Sticker Decal Kids Soccerclick On The Image To Enlarge "8 X Stunning Detailed Footballers"Wall Art Stickerchildrens Kids!!Can Be Applied To Any Flat, Smooth Non Porous Surface E. G. Wall, Mirror, Etcvaried Sizes Ranges Approx 10Cm X 15Cm, 10Cm X 20Cm & One @15Cm X 25Cm***Please Note If You Do Not Stipulate The Colour Then I Will Send As Per The Picture In Blackplease Check Out Our Other Great Wall Art And Stickers!!*Please Note Picture Is Not Actual Size Please Check Dimensions Above!!The Vinyl Comes In The Following Colours;Just Remove The Application Tape And Apply, It'S Just So Easy. Please State The Colour You Require When Payingif You Need This Reverse Cut For A Window Please Say Who We Arewe Are A Uk Based Family Run Businesswe Are Vinyl Cutting 7 Days A Weekwe Have A Huge Range Of Images Ready To Cutwe Aim To Please
Transforms any room in the house, in minutes. Great for indoor or outdoor use
Easy to apply to most smooth surfaces and comes with full application instructions for easy fitting
Simply remove backing paper, attach to surface and press down
Professionally cut Vinyl Sticker, Design as shown in image.
This is not a printed picture with sticky pads/tape on the back, it is an adhesive pre-cut vinyl sticker that once applied it looks painted on.
NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT LET US KNOW THE COLOUR YOU WANT WE WILL SEND IT IN BLACK AS STANDARD.
Supplied in the following Size:
Large - 100cm(W) x 40cm(H)
Easy to fit and comes with FULL Instructions.
Can be applied to:
Vans, Boats, Windows, Cars, Doors, Canvas, Toilets, Metal, Painted or Papered Walls,
Plastic, Showers, Ceilings, Tiles and many more items....
We have a wide range of Colours Available (just let us know the Colour Name and/or Number):
Black (101), White (100), Beige (105),
Yellow (112), Orange (120), Red (130),
Burgundy (135), Pink (141), Hot Pink (142),
Violet (150), Brown (145), Turquoise (177),
Bright Green (179), Medium Green (180),
Brilliant Blue (168), Olympic Blue (158),
Grey (104), Charcoal (103),
Silver (181),Gold (171).
We can also more colours than shown above, so if the colour you want is not shown, please send us a message to see if we can get it.
Any Questions, please feel free to contact us.
Large 51.75 inches (131.45 cm) H x 72.0 inches 182.88 cm) W licensed prepasted wallpaper accent. Brand new item in sealed retail pack. This sale is only for the items described below. Any other items pictured are for illustration only. Create that unique accent for your room in minutes! This amazing mural is made with superior prepasted material, a revolutionary fiber that is stronger, easier to install and remove than any other wallpaper. You can easily trim it to suit your need. Just roll it out and apply to wall. It does not shrink and therefore does not create any unsightly seams. Later when you want to remove it, simply pick the corners and pull off the wall. It comes off in seconds and in full strips! Includes complete installation instructions. We recommend the use of wallpaper paste or border adhesive when installing wall borders. If hanging over paint, prime the area the border is to be hung with an acrylic-based primer/sealer specially formulated for wall-coverings. If hanging over wall-covering, use a good vinyl-to-vinyl adhesive.
Pattern: Soccer Goal Net
51.75 inches (131.45 cm) H x 72.0 inches 182.88 cm) W wall art mural in 4 panels.
Genuine licensed merchandise
The world's easiest wallpaper. Made in USA. Washable and removable.
Prepasted, so it can be put up in minutes. Can be hand trimmed for custom appearance
Dave ‘Francis’ Langan was born on 15 February 1957 in the Ringsend suburb of Dublin. He played for Bath Rangers and Cherry Orchard as a youth before moving England at the age of 16 after being signed by the legendary Brian Clough as an apprentice at Derby County. He spent six years at Derby County, winning their player of the year award for the 1977-78 season, before moving to Birmingham City, for a then club record fee of £350,000 in 1980. He spent four years at St Andrews; a period hampered by injuries before leaving the club on a free transfer to join Oxford United, then in the old Division Two. Despite being written off by managers, including his former manager at Birmingham, Langan’s move to Oxford saw him win the Division Two title and achieve his dream of playing at Wembley Stadium, helping the club to win the 1986 Milk Cup Final against QPR. He also played for Leicester City (on loan), Bournemouth and Peterborough before retiring from professional football in 1989 at the age of 32. Langan also won 26 caps for the Republic of Ireland, making his debut in 1978 and winning his last cap in 1988. Dave now works for Peterborough City Council.Limerick man Trevor Keane is editor and chief soccer writer for Sportsnewsireland.com, an online site dedicated to sport in Ireland and abroad. He is the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish football managers. He also works in the financial services sector and lives in Kilkenny. Alan Conway is a former Shelbourne youth player, whose career was cut short due to an injury sustained while on trial with Manchester United. He recovered to become a qualified journalist. He writes for many online publications as well as for sportsnewsireland.com and still manages to play some football.