EURO 2020

There has been a football buzz around Year 2 since the start of EURO 2020. The children have been talking about which teams they would like to win! As the children have been enjoying EURO 2020, they were set a task to design their own football kit for a team of their choice. The children came up with lots of great and creative designs.

It would be really wonderful to know if you have any other ideas for football designs, please let us know by leaving a comment in the box below.

Photo 1 football

Photo 3 football

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