We Created the Ultimate Football Fan’s Shed… and You Can Win It!

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Our sheds can be used for anything and everything in the garden, from simple tool storage through to offices and gyms – we’ve seen it all! Throughout the last year, we’ve also seen a lot more sheds converted into pubs and places to escape the house. That’s why we wanted to celebrate the football season by creating the perfect shed for a die-hard football fan to enjoy (or look through their fingers in horror at) the new season.


The Idea

After England’s success, or should we say ‘nearly success’ at Euro 2020, we went into the new football season full of excitement. We were also inspired by the number of people we’d seen taking our sheds and turning them into truly special garden escapes – some of whom were able to enjoy a summer of football in them.

We decided that it was the perfect excuse to give one of our sheds, a 8x6 foot apex shed to be precise, the ultimate makeover. So, we commissioned an artist to provide our shed with the ultimate paint job – a giant mural depicting 29 of the most legendary moments in Premier League history!

29 Unforgettable Premier League Moments in Giant Garden Shed Mural - Power Sheds Art

Prepping and Painting the Shed

We’ve probably all painted a shed before, but probably not to this level! Whereas a nice coat or two of Ronseal will often do the job, helping you protect your shed from the elements, we had an altogether different ‘goal’ (pun intended!) for this project. We started by filling in any screw holes with wood filler and applying a white base coat to the shed, making sure we had the perfect, flat blank surface on which to paint the mural.

Once this was dried, our painter, Maria Libik, then drew chalk outlines of the 29 Premier League moments onto the surface, ready for painting. The actual painting of the details took a number of days of painstaking work with acrylic paint, but we think you’ll agree that it was worth it!

Premier League’s Greatest Moments

So, what did we decide to include as some of the most iconic moments from the greatest football league on the planet? For fans of the Premier League, there’s almost a new iconic moment created every week, so we searched for some of the biggest and best.

Who can forget Kevin Keegan telling us how much he would “love it!” if Manchester United failed to win the 1996 title? How about Delia Smith taking to the pitch at Carrow Road asking Norwich fans “where are you?!”? Our mural depicts everything from the crazy moments right through to the sublime.

Sergio Aguero’s iconic title-winning goal for Manchester City in 2012, David Beckham’s 1996 halfway line goal against Wimbledon, Leicester City lifting the Premier League title against all odds in 2016 and Tony Yeboah’s stunning volley for Leeds United against Liverpool in 1995 are just a handful of the moments depicted on our shed mural.

29 Unforgettable Premier League Moments in Giant Garden Shed Mural - Power Sheds Art BACK

Getting Kitted Out

Once the shed was painted, we wanted to set it up to look like the ultimate fan paradise on the inside. We did this for Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Leeds United, showcasing just how perfect this space is for viewing the Premier League (or any other football match for that matter!).

Football Shed Interior

With framed shirts on the wall, scarves, a TV and a pint of beer (plus a few extra cheeky nods to the history of each club) our football shed is ideal to kick back on a beanbag and watch new Premier League moments in the making!


Moments Depicted

Jurgen Kilnsmann’s sliding celebration for Tottenham Hotspur
Emmanuel Adebayor celebrates a goal for Manchester City in front of Arsenal’s fans
Delia Smith addressing Norwich City fans at half time during their clash with Manchester City in 2005.
Steven Gerrard kissing the camera during Liverpool’s 4-1 win against Manchester United in 2009.
Arsene Wenger standing in the crowd having been sent off at Old Trafford in 2009.
Roy Keane and Patrick Viera come to blows at Highbury during Arsenal vs. Manchester United in 2000.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina lets in a goal after the ball hits a beach ball in 2009.
Vincent Kompany scores a stunning goal in a 1-0 win over Leicester in 2019.
Kevin Keegan’s famous “I would love it if we beat them” rant in 1996.
Eric Cantona is sent off for his ‘kung-fu kick’ against Crystal Palace in 1995.
Paolo Di Canio’s volley for West Ham against Wimbledon in 2000.
Stan Collymore scores the winner for Liverpool in their 4-3 win against Newcastle in 1996.
Sir Alex Ferguson pointing to his watch during a heated Manchester United match.
Harry Kane celebrates his Golden Boot winning final goal of the 2020/21 season against Leicester City.
Jose Mourinho holds three fingers up and poses with the Premier League trophy in 2015.
Mario Balotelli unveils his ‘Why always me?’ t-shirt after scoring the first goal as Manchester City beat Manchester United 6-1.
Wayne Rooney scores a spectacular overhead kick against Manchester City in 2011.
David Beckham scores from the halfway line against Wimbledon for Manchester United in 1996.
Claudio Ranieri and Wes Morgan celebrate winning the Premier League with Leicester City in 2016.
Tony Yeboah scores a stunning volley for Leeds United in 1995.
Sergio Aguero scores a last-minute winner for Manchester City against QPR to win the Premier League title in 2012.
Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’ team celebrate winning the Premier League in 2004.
Duncan Ferguson strangles Steffen Freund playing for Everton in 2004.
Jordan Henderson lifts Liverpool’s first ever Premier League title in 2020.
Martin Keown jumps on Ruud Van Nistelrooy after he misses a penalty for Manchester United in 2003.
Tim Sherwood and Kenny Dalgleish celebrate winning the Premier League title in 1995.
Alan Shearer doing his legendary celebration for Newcastle in 1997.
Jimmy Bullard’s Hull half time team talk celebration in 2008.
Wayne Rooney celebrating his first Everton goal as a 16-year-old in 2002.

Terms and Conditions
1. General information
1.1. By entering this competition, valid entries received by Power Sheds in accordance with these Terms and Conditions have an opportunity, through a prize draw, to win the football shed (or a prize of equal or greater value substituted in accordance with these Terms and Conditions).
1.2. There is one prize available and there will be one winner on Power Sheds website.
1.3. No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter this competition but internet access is required to enter the competition so data charges may apply. Power Sheds shall not be responsible for any data charges or other costs which an entrant may incur in connection with entering this competition.
1.4. The competition will start on Thursday 14th October and will close on Thursday 28th October at 12pm (London Time). Only entries received by Power Sheds during this time will be valid and all entries will be judged manually, and the winner will be selected randomly by computer software.

2. The organiser of this competition
2.1. The promotor is Power Sheds 21 Commondale Way, Euroway Industrial Estate, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD4 6SF with registration number No. 11790351 England
2.2. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions:
(a) Power Sheds its affiliated companies and any third parties directly associated with administration of this competition; and
(b) “affiliated company” means in respect of a company, any person or entity that controls (directly or indirectly) that company, is controlled (directly or indirectly) by that company or is under common control with that company.
2.3. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. Each entrant is providing their information to Power Sheds and by participating in this competition, each entrants agrees that neither Facebook has any liability whatsoever in connection with this competition.

3. Who can enter
3.1. The competition is open to any individual that is:
(a) aged 18 years and over;
(b) resident in the United Kingdom, and
(c) not an employee of Power Sheds or an immediate family member of such employees.
3.2. All entrants must comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations, and these Terms and Conditions.
3.3. Power Sheds reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual who, in its reasonable opinion has:
(a) tampered with, or disrupted, this competition;
(b) manipulated the selection process (including the creation or use of fake, dummy or multiple accounts on Facebook);
(c) breached these Terms and Condition; or
(d) otherwise attempted to do any of the items listed in paragraphs 3.3(a) to 3.3(c) above.

4. How to enter.
4.1. To enter the competition an entrant needs to:
(a) Fill in the competition entry box
(b) Share their best fan stories and pictures
4.2. A maximum of one entry is allowed per submission. To avoid doubt, bulk entries or entries from third parties, agencies or consumer groups will not be accepted.

5. Winning and publicity
5.1. The winner will be announced and emailed the winner will have up to 7 days to claim the prize after such announcement.
5.2. The winner will have to provide additional information and may be required to provide additional documents to Power Sheds within a specified time.
5.3. The winner should allow up to 28 days for delivery of the prize (calculated from the date that the winner provides all information requested by Power Sheds).
5.4. The winner will be disqualified as a winner if:
(a) that person fails to contact Power Sheds with the time frame specified in paragraph 5.1;
(b) that person fails to provide such additional information and documents and send them to Power Sheds within the required time frame;
(c) any notification is returned as undeliverable as addressed; or
(d) that person has, in Power Sheds reasonable opinion, breached of these Terms and Conditions.
5.5. If a winner is disqualified, Power Sheds will select an alternative winner in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
5.6. The winner agrees to participate in publicity or advertising accompanying or resulting from this competition without additional remuneration.

6. Use of an entrant’s information
6.1. By entering the competition, each entrant:
(a) grants Power Sheds permission to use the entrant’s name and likeness to organise and/or manage this competition;
(b) accept that an entrant’s entry will become the property of Power Sheds upon receipt and will not be returned to the entrant;
(c) acknowledge and agree that Power Sheds and its licensees have the right, free of charge, to use an entrant’s competition entry for its marketing purposes including publishing an entry on the internet in connection with Power Sheds’ businesses (including, but not limited to its websites, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, blogs, Pinterest, Instagram and press releases).
(d) waives any moral rights or similar rights the entrant has in the competition entry whether such rights arise pursuant to the Copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988 or equivalent legislation anywhere in the world; and
(e) warrants and represent to Power Sheds that their competition entry is wholly original to the entrant and not wholly or substantially copied from any other material and that it does not defame, cause injury to or invade the privacy of or otherwise infringe or violate any statutory, common law, regulatory or intellectual property rights of any third party; and
6.2. An entrant’s personal information will never be sold to external companies.

7. Power Shed‘s rights and exclusion of liabilities
7.1. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall exclude or limit the liability of any party for personal injury or death caused by negligence or for anything else which cannot be excluded or limited by law.
7.2. Subject to paragraph 7.1, each entrant agrees that neither Power Sheds nor any of their employees, agents or subcontractors shall be responsible or liable for:
(a) any incorrect, inaccurate or faulty or failed electronic data transmissions; and/or
(b) any communications line failure, regardless of cause, with regard to any equipment, systems, networks, lines, satellites, servers, computers or providers utilised in any aspect of the competition; and/or
(c) any inaccessibility or unavailability of all or any part of the Internet, Facebook, or any combination thereof; and/or
(d) any system failures of all or part of Facebook; and/or
(e) the failure of any third party to fulfill any of its obligations in relation to the competition, although Power Sheds will always endeavour to minimise the effect of any such failure; and/or
(f) any postponement or cancellation of the competition; and/or
(g) any change to the Prize; and/or
(h) any act or default of any third-party suppliers.
7.3. Power Sheds reserves the right to amend at any time periods and notification dates to the extent legally permissible should circumstances make this necessary or to cancel this competition before the closing date.
7.4. If the competition is cancelled for any reason, Power Sheds shall not be held liable by virtue of that cancellation.
7.5. Power Sheds decision is final and binding in all matters in connection with this competition and no correspondence will be entered.

8. The prize
8.1. There is no cash alternative to the prize. However, Power Sheds reserves the right to substitute the advertised prize or any part of the prize for a prize equivalent or greater in monetary value should this be necessary for reasons beyond its reasonable control.
8.2. The prize only includes what is expressly stated to be part of the prize and it is non-transferable (unless otherwise agreed in writing by Power Sheds).

9. Applicable law
9.1. If any of these Terms and Conditions are deemed to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable, the affected provision(s) shall be deleted from these Terms and Conditions but the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect.
9.2. This competition and disputes or claims arising out of or in connection with it shall be construed in accordance with English Law.
9.3. By entering this competition, all entrants agree that the Courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claims that arise out of or in connection with this competition.