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Middlesbrough Football Club is an English professional football club based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire

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Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough manager Lennie lawrence collects his manager of the month award

Middlesbrough manager Lennie lawrence collects his manager of the month award. 16th November 1991

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough assistant manager Viv Anderson dishes out a bit of advice to player Jaime

Middlesbrough assistant manager Viv Anderson dishes out a bit of advice to player Jaime Moreno during training. Circa 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough goal keeper Ben Roberts seen here in training. Circa 1995

Middlesbrough goal keeper Ben Roberts seen here in training. Circa 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Colin Cooper in action 1986

Middlesbrough player Colin Cooper in action 1986

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Colin Cooper in action 1991

Middlesbrough player Colin Cooper in action 1991

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Bernie Slaven in action against Manchester United

Middlesbrough player Bernie Slaven in action against Manchester Uniteds Bryan Robson 10th September 1988

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Stuart Ripley in action against Manchester United

Middlesbrough player Stuart Ripley in action against Manchester Uniteds Bryan Robson 10th September 1988

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Jan Fjortoft in an ariel battle in the Chelsea goal mouth

Middlesbrough Jan Fjortoft in an ariel battle in the Chelsea goal mouth. 26th August 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Chief Scout Gary Gill in his playing days at Darlington. Circa 1992

Middlesbrough Chief Scout Gary Gill in his playing days at Darlington. Circa 1992

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough manager Lennie Lawrence is unveiled to the press as the teams new manager

Middlesbrough manager Lennie Lawrence is unveiled to the press as the teams new manager, seen here with chairman Colin Henderson (left) 10th July 1991

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Uwe Fuchs seen here in action against Port Vale 26th March 1995

Middlesbrough player Uwe Fuchs seen here in action against Port Vale 26th March 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson at Ayresome Park 11th May 1995

Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson at Ayresome Park 11th May 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough new board of directors. (Front) Chairman Steve Gibson (left - right

Middlesbrough new board of directors. (Front) Chairman Steve Gibson (left - right) Graham Fordy, George Cooke and Reg Corbridge. 11th March 1994

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson, director George Cook (right

Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson, director George Cook (right) and chief executive Keith Lamb (left) at a press conference announcing the sacking of manager Lennie Lawrence. 3rd May 1994

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Phil Stamp seen here preparing to fly out to France to make his

Middlesbrough player Phil Stamp seen here preparing to fly out to France to make his third appearance for the England Under 18s. 21st October 1993

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson (left) and director Graham Fordy celebrate as

Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson (left) and director Graham Fordy celebrate as the padlocks come of Ayresome Park gates. Official receiver David Storry is seen in the background. 19th August 1986

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson celebrates promotion to the Premier League. May 1993

Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson celebrates promotion to the Premier League. May 1993

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Alan Moore seen here in action against Birmingham City 2nd October

Middlesbrough player Alan Moore seen here in action against Birmingham City 2nd October 1993

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough plyer John Hendrie in full flight against Port Vale. 26th March 1994

Middlesbrough plyer John Hendrie in full flight against Port Vale. 26th March 1994

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbroughs new Riverside Stadium is ready, August 1995

Middlesbroughs new Riverside Stadium is ready, August 1995. The giant ship North Sea Producer seen here being converted into an FPSO (floating production storage and offloading)

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough new Riverside stadium seen here under construction. 26th June 1995

Middlesbrough new Riverside stadium seen here under construction. 26th June 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough seal promotion following a one all draw at Tranmere

Middlesbrough seal promotion following a one all draw at Tranmere. The players are seen here celebrating on the pitch. 7th May 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Team 1894 - 95 seen here with the FA Amateur Cup

Middlesbrough Team 1894 - 95 seen here with the FA Amateur Cup, Northern League title trophy and North Riding Senior Cup. Circa May 1895

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough born Chris Kamara in action against Nottingham Forest whilst on loan

Middlesbrough born Chris Kamara in action against Nottingham Forest whilst on loan. 20th February 1993

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough born Chris Kamara is unveiled after signing on loan from Luton

Middlesbrough born Chris Kamara is unveiled after signing on loan from Luton. 19th February 1993

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlebrough player Craig Hignett seen here in action against Paul Ince of Inter Milan in

Middlebrough player Craig Hignett seen here in action against Paul Ince of Inter Milan in a friendly at the Riverside Stadium. 17th August 1996

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough keeper Mark Schwarzer knocks out team mate Gary Pallister while clearing a

Middlesbrough keeper Mark Schwarzer knocks out team mate Gary Pallister while clearing a cross during the match against Newcastle at St James Park. 1st May 1999

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough legend Juninho comes to terms with the Teesside weather as he sees snow for

Middlesbrough legend Juninho comes to terms with the Teesside weather as he sees snow for the first time. 17th November 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Stewart Downing with under 12 side Pallister Allstars 16th September

Middlesbrough player Stewart Downing with under 12 side Pallister Allstars 16th September 1995 Reebok Fives Under 12s Boys Winners - Pallisters Allstars

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough team 1946 - 47 season, which including George Hardwick

Middlesbrough team 1946 - 47 season, which including George Hardwick, Wilf Mannion and Harold Stepherdson. Circa August 1946

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Discussing plans for the new Riverside stadium are (L-R) Grahan Fordy

Discussing plans for the new Riverside stadium are (L-R) Grahan Fordy, Middlesbrough Football Club commercial director, Barry Tembath MFC safety officer

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forrest 16th March 1996 Middlesbrough legend Juninho

Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forrest 16th March 1996 Middlesbrough legend Juninho with fellow Brazilian international Branco

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson and manager Bryan Robson at a press conference to

Middlesbrough Chairman Steve Gibson and manager Bryan Robson at a press conference to make a statement about the untrue story that appeared in Saturdays Daily Mirror 11th January 1997

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Juninho is mobbed by fans at the Riverside Stadium before

Middlesbrough player Juninho is mobbed by fans at the Riverside Stadium before the official opening match against Sampdoria. 12th November 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Peter Bearrie seen here in action October 1995 Gary Rowell in

Middlesbrough player Peter Bearrie seen here in action October 1995 Gary Rowell in background

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Peter Beagrie as an apprentice 13th August 1984

Middlesbrough player Peter Beagrie as an apprentice 13th August 1984

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Peter Beagrie in action against Blackburn Rovers 2nd November 1985

Middlesbrough player Peter Beagrie in action against Blackburn Rovers 2nd November 1985

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough new Riverside Stadium under construction. 6th June 1995

Middlesbrough new Riverside Stadium under construction. 6th June 1995. Middlesbrough FC have installed the letters MFC in the East Stand of the new Cellnet Riverside Stadium

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough fans Jinsky, Owen McCabe and Steve Palmer welcome Juninho to Teesside with

Middlesbrough fans Jinsky, Owen McCabe and Steve Palmer welcome Juninho to Teesside with a homemade banner. 16th October 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough player Juninho talks to the press after signing for the club for a second

Middlesbrough player Juninho talks to the press after signing for the club for a second time. 30th December 1998

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Stephen Pears testimonial and the last ever game to be played at Ayresome Park

Stephen Pears testimonial and the last ever game to be played at Ayresome Park. (Picture) An emotional Boro player after the game 16th May 1995

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Steve Gibson (left), newly appointed to the Middlesbrough F. C

Steve Gibson (left), newly appointed to the Middlesbrough F. C
Steve Gibson (left), newly appointed to the Middlesbrough F.C. board, pictured with secretary David Thorne. Circa 1985

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson and Chief Executive Keith Lamb at the first game at

Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson and Chief Executive Keith Lamb at the first game at the new Riverside Stadium, against Chelsea. Final Score, Chelsea 2 - 0 Middlesbrough, Premier League match

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Uwe Fuchs (born 23 July 1966 in Kaiserslautern) is a German football coach

Uwe Fuchs (born 23 July 1966 in Kaiserslautern) is a German football coach and former football player. (Picture) Former Middlesbrough player Uwe Fuchs doing keepy uppies in the street. Circa 1994

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Three Middlesbrough legends revisit Ayresome Park, from left to right: Harold Shepherdson

Three Middlesbrough legends revisit Ayresome Park, from left to right: Harold Shepherdson, Wilf Mannion and George Hardwick. Circa 1994

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Bob Mortimer at Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough F. Cs football ground. Circa 1994

Bob Mortimer at Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough F. Cs football ground. Circa 1994
Bob Mortimer at Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough F.Cs football ground. Circa 1994

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Jaime Moreno Morales (born 19 January 1974 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Jaime Moreno Morales (born 19 January 1974 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra) is a former Bolivian footballer now serving as Youth Academy Technical Training Coach for D.C

Background imageMiddlesbrough Collection: Middlesbrough 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Picture

Middlesbrough 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Picture) Roger Tames North East commentator at Ayresome Park. 20th November 1994



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Middlesbrough Collection

Middlesbrough Football Club is an English professional football club based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire. Founded in 1876, they have played at the Riverside Stadium since 1995 and are currently competing in the Championship, the second tier of English football. The club has won the League Cup twice and reached two FA Cup finals. They also competed in UEFA competitions on four occasions, reaching the final of the 2006 UEFA Cup. They have a long-standing rivalry with nearby Sunderland with whom they contest the Tyne–Tees derby. The club's main rivals are fellow Teesside team Hartlepool United and Leeds United from West Yorkshire. One of only three teams to have been both champions of England and winners of a major cup competition; they won both titles during their 2004–05 season under manager Steve McClaren.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Middlesbrough collection from Media Storehouse is a range of high-quality wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that celebrate the history and achievements of the Middlesbrough Football Club. Our collection features iconic images of players past and present, famous moments in the club's history, as well as stunning shots of Riverside Stadium. Each item is carefully crafted to showcase the beauty and passion associated with this beloved football team. Whether you're a die-hard fan or simply appreciate great sports photography, there's something for everyone in this extensive collection. From classic black-and-white photographs to vibrant colour images captured on match day, each piece captures the essence of what makes Middlesbrough FC so special. With such a wide variety of products available at affordable prices, it's easy to find the perfect addition to your home or office décor. Whether you choose a canvas print for your living room or a jigsaw puzzle for family game night, these items are sure to delight any fan of Middlesbrough FC.
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What are Middlesbrough (Soccer Football Sport) art prints?

Middlesbrough soccer football sport art prints are high-quality reproductions of iconic moments and players from the history of Middlesbrough Football Club. These prints capture the passion, excitement, and drama of one of England's most historic clubs. They are perfect for fans who want to celebrate their love for Middlesbrough FC or as a gift for someone who is passionate about soccer football. We offer a wide range of Middlesbrough soccer football sport art prints that feature some of the club's greatest players, including Juninho Paulista, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Mark Viduka, and more. The collection also includes images from memorable matches such as cup finals and promotion-winning games. These art prints are printed on high-quality paper using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that they look stunning in any setting. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork celebrating your favorite team or want to give a unique gift to a fellow fan, we have something for everyone.
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What Middlesbrough (Soccer Football Sport) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Middlesbrough soccer football sport art prints that are perfect for any fan of the team. These prints capture some of the most iconic moments in the history of Middlesbrough, including famous goals, celebrations and historic matches. You can choose from a variety of different sizes and styles to suit your preferences, whether you want a large canvas print or a smaller framed picture. Some popular options include images of legendary players such as Juninho, Mark Viduka and George Boateng, as well as classic shots from memorable games like the 2004 League Cup final victory over Bolton Wanderers. There are also plenty of contemporary prints featuring current stars like Britt Assombalonga and Jonny Howson. Whether you're looking for something to decorate your home or office with or simply want to show off your love for Middlesbrough FC, we have plenty of great options available.
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How do I buy Middlesbrough (Soccer Football Sport) art prints?

To buy Middlesbrough soccer art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our collection of sports artwork online. We offer a wide range of prints featuring iconic moments and players from the history of Middlesbrough Football Club. Once you have found a print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment details before completing your purchase. We offer high-quality art prints in various sizes and formats, including framed or unframed options. Their selection includes both classic black-and-white photographs as well as colorful modern designs, so there is something for every fan's taste. Whether you are looking for a piece of memorabilia for yourself or a gift for a fellow Boro supporter, buying Middlesbrough soccer art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy way to show your love for this historic football club.
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We offer a wide range of Middlesbrough soccer football sport art prints at varying prices. The cost of the prints depends on several factors such as size, framing options, and the type of print chosen. You can choose from different types of prints including canvas, fine art paper, photographic paper or metal. The price for an unframed print starts from a reasonable amount and increases with larger sizes and additional features like frames or mounts. However, Media Storehouse ensures that all their products are competitively priced to give customers value for their money. Middlesbrough soccer football sport art prints are perfect for fans who want to show support for their team in style. These high-quality prints capture iconic moments in the club's history and make great gifts for friends and family members who love sports. We provide affordable Middlesbrough soccer football sport art prints that are sure to impress any fan looking to add some flair to their home decor.
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Your Middlesbrough soccer art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner. We take great care in packaging your artwork so that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your prints will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy tube for protection during transit. We use reliable shipping carriers to ensure that your order is delivered to you on time. Once your package has been dispatched, you will receive an email with tracking information so that you can keep track of its progress. We understand the importance of delivering high-quality products to our customers. That's why we work hard to make sure that every aspect of the delivery process is handled with care and attention to detail. Whether you're ordering one print or several, rest assured that your Middlesbrough soccer art prints will arrive safely and securely thanks to our commitment to quality service.