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As is the norm during the build up to a major tournament, many of us are stocking up with retro England shirts that we can wear down the pub with pride during each Three Lions game.

But why not go for something different for Euro 2016 and design your own, complete with five West Ham and England legends?

Art-of-Football.com have launched their latest stunning collection of t-shirts to commemorate 50 years since West Ham lifted the World Cup, and this time they’re giving fans the chance to choose which players they want on their shirts.

So even though we won’t be celebrating West Ham winning the European Championships this summer, all because of Roy Hodgson’s clueless selection policy, at least you’ll be able to remind everyone who the real footballing heroes of the nation are.

Screen Shot 2016-06-05 at 21.31.42The players you can choose to have on your shirt are (former West Ham players in bold)…

60’s: Bobby Moore, Bobby Charlton, Gordon Banks, Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, Alan Ball, Jimmy Greaves

70’s: Mick Channon, Trevor Brooking, Ray Wilkins, Stan Bowles,  Ray Clemence, Kevin Keegan, Trevor Francis

80’s: Chris Waddle, Peter Beardsley, Peter Shilton, Glen Hoddle, Bryan Robson, John Barnes, Terry Butcher, Gary Lineker

90’s: David Seaman, Tony Adams, Ian Wright, Matt Le Tissier, Paul Ince, Des Walker, Gazza, Alan Shearer, Stuart Pearce, Micheal Owen, David Platt

00’s: Rio Ferdinand, Peter Crouch, John Terry, Sol Campbell, Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, Emile Heskey

10’s: Jack Wilshire, Joe Hart, Harry Kane, Deli Alli, Jamie Vardy, Daniel Sturridge, Ross Barkley

Your custom shirt costs just £30 and you choose from two colours – navy and black.

There really isn’t a better and more unique way to celebrate your favourite England heroes this summer, so make sure you don’t miss out…

CLICK HERE TO DESIGN YOUR UNIQUE T-SHIRT!

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