Celebrate one of the greatest nights of football ever to be played in a cottage.
For a small club located from West London, the idea of hosting a Europa League semifinal at their small ground on the banks of the Thames might have seemed far-fetched. And when the visitors from Hamburg took the lead 22-minutes into one, it might have seemed that way. But even when the Whites lost star striker Bobby Zamora early in the second half, they were determined to make the impossible a reality. Strikes from Simon Davies and Zoltan Gera during an 8-minute spell overwhelmed the visitors and lifted the Cottagers into their first European cup final.
The match side depicts the roofline of the White’s Johnny Haynes stand. The reverse of the design is also inspired by the club’s iconic ground, this time replicating the intricate woodwork found on the balcony of the Cottage Pavilion.