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The Gordon Group was established in 2007 due to the lack of ‘black’ or ‘plain’ football boots available in sport shops. Two brothers decided to set up a small sports store to provide ‘old school’ players with quality, affordable, football boots. This quickly grew into a store that was providing grassroots and professional football teams with their teamwear needs throughout the UK and Ireland.
Fast forward to present day and the ethos remains the same, but the portfolio has grown. Sports now include cricket, hockey, rugby, running, darts and more. We have extended our range but our aim remains the same; to offer top quality merchandise at competitive prices. We have teamed up with, and continue to add, official suppliers of the worlds top sports brands to bring you a wide range of merchandise from around the globe. The range of products we supply is continually expanding to bring our customers the most comprehensive range available on the web today.
In 2016, The Beautiful Game, merged with its sister companies (Anfield Trophies, The Boot Boy and Sports Flags & Banners) under the main title of The Gordon Group. We are a family run business. For more information please visit our website: thegordongroup.co.uk
Ballboys is a UK charity raising awareness of testicular cancer; one of the most common types of cancer in young men. Their mission is to raise awareness and educate the population on the issues of testicular cancer by associating with ball sports as a primary medium of branding, and to provide access to resources, information and support to those concerned or directly affected by testicular cancer.
The Free Kicks Foundation is a Peterborough based charity whose aim is to provide football-related activities for ill, bereaved and disadvantaged children, to give them a day to remember with their favourite football club. Website