Every football fan has their own very special moment they’ll never forget.
Be it a cup final winner, a stunning solo goal or just their favourite-ever player in full flight.
Art of Football, a company set up by two young brothers, aims to capture those memories and immortalise them forever.
And the Steel City’s two football clubs have received the Art of Football treatment, with John Sheridan’s League Cup winning goal against Manchester United at Wembley and Brian Deane’s goal against the same club - the first ever of the Premier League era - both available as prints, t-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts.
The Star has teamed up with the Art of Football team to offer two £50 vouchers - one for a Blade, one for an Owl - to spend on their extensive online store - ideal in the run up to Christmas!
To be in with a chance of winning, just tell us which year your club’s famous goal, on the right, was scored!
To be in with a chance of winning, visit www.art-of-football.com/pages/sheffield-star or email your answer and your club, your contact details and Twitter handle, if you have one, to email@example.com. Normal Sheffield Newspapers terms and conditions apply.
Entries close at noon on Sunday, December 13.
Art of Football is the brainchild of Gabe and Luke Cuthbert, the youngest two of five football-mad brothers from Nottingham.
Manchester City’s dramatic Premier League title win in 2012, with Sergio Aguero’s late, late goal nicking the title from rivals United, inspired the idea.
“The sudden transformation of anguish, nerves and misery into pure, uncontrollable elation was something of a spectacle,” said Gabe, a Nottingham Forest supporter and student.
“Now I’m not a City fan, nor is my club even involved in the Premier League, but even I was bouncing off the walls when Aguero finally broke through QPR’s defences.
“As an artist and designer, I wanted to be able to immortalise that moment in a T shirt so that fans could wear it with pride - as they would usually do with a replica shirt - and be forever reminded of it.”
The brothers jointly took the Kickstart Young Entrepeneur of the Year Award for 2014, and have offered 15 per cent off their items for Star readers until Christmas. Enter the code STAR at checkout to receive your discount.