Football chants cement bonding with fellow fans, but there's only so long you can bellow about a man's relationship with a donkey before going hoarse. For less vocal ways to heap your team with praise/other teams with scorn, try Shall We Sing a Song For You.
From a footie-obsessed Sheffield designer, Shall's compiled a trove of every single football chant in the Premier League (and many beyond), dressed them up in team colours and bold text, and made them available as tees and prints, but not Prince, because "Raspberry Beret" doesn't really get to the core of Tottenham Hotspur.
Repping London's contingent is tunesmithery such as Chelsea's typically modest "The greatest team that England, and the world has ever seen", Fulham's enduringly grateful "Take me home, Al-Fayed", and West Ham's "I'm forever blowing bubbles", explaining why they're at the bottom of the table, and why Michael Jackson's pet chimp is always so happy.
Further afield, the magic continues with the likes of Wigan's "We live in mudhuts uh ar, uh uh arrr", Stoke City's Tom Jones homage "I felt my d*** in her hand and she laughed no more, whoooooaaaaaahhhhh", and, derived from the 19th-century folk song Blaydon Races, Newcastle's "Ah me lads, Ye shud only seen us gannin" -- proving that the Newcastlian accent is just as
sweet Jesus what the hell are you saying gorgeous when written down.
The founder's ambitiously aiming to fill out fan-thems for all of the top-tier European division, plus the full set of lower English/Scottish leagues, starting with his hometown's "like a greasy chip butty, oh Sheffield United come thrill me again", and Wednesday's "We hate piggies shoot the b*stards", preferably while they're still cemented to the shorts of players from United.