2020/2021 Chosen Charity
Mind charity was chosen for the 2020/2021 season as they play a key role in helping mental illness. As the world kept going through the most unusual year, many found the stresses and strains of life in lockdown having an impact on themselves, friends and family. The EFL has maintained Mind charity as its official charity partner. It was an easy choice for us as well.
Mind Charity - What We Do
"We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We'll listen, give you support and advice, and fight your corner."
In our first season we raised...
for Mind Charity
Next season we want to do even better!
2021/2022 Chosen Charity
Cancer Research UK
For the 2021/2022 season (including Euro 2020) we're proud to be supporting Cancer Research UK. Your donations will help to fund research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. We all know someone affected by cancer, some closer than others, so why not give a little in return for your wallchart.
Cancer Research UK - Our Vision & Ambition
"Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
Over the last 40 years, cancer survival rates in the UK have doubled. In the 1970s just a quarter of people survived. Today that figure is half.
Our ambition is to accelerate progress to see three-quarters of people with cancer surviving the disease by 2034."
If you would like to donate please visit our Online Shop Portal!
2020/2021 Back of the Net
Bright, Bold & Striking
Inspired by the hexagonal goal netting seen at stadiums up and down the country, this design features tessellating hexagonal blocks filled with each fixture. The central panel is filled with bright, bold and striking colours inspired by each team's kit history. Reading down each column, fans are able to fill in scores in smaller hexagonal shapes within each fixture block. The teams cup competitions are also shown in a blank space in the lower section of the wallchart. Given the spurious nature of cup fixtures throughout a season, each fan will have the opportunity to fill in their own teams fixtures in these competitions.
2020/2021 Floodlight Friday
Lighting up the Incessant Rain
But can they do it on a cold, wet and windy Tuesday night away at Stoke? Whilst it may not be the most attractive side of the English game, our weather certainly helps to add some spice to the season. This idea has been captured using a striking image of a classic floodlight tower lighting up the incessant rain. Fixtures are displayed using 3 letter acronyms for each team. Fixtures read across each row with each fixtures alternating position allowing for a fluid look to the block of fixtures. The title Floodlight Friday uses the popular hashtag used by fans posting photos of the more unusual stadium floodlights around the world.
2020/2021 False Nine
Loosely based on a formation board, this design is named after the modern position occupied by the likes of Messi and Firminho due the similarities shown to that formation. The textured background is coloured using the teams dominant kit colour, allowing a clear identity to emerge from an otherwise simplistic design.