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@pyley20 @9Supermac As a Fulham fan, I was not too disappointed either!
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  • Cult Zeros – Last Christmas

    Posted: Tuesday 3rd December 2019 - 18:19

    Dear All, it has been a difficult decision to make but we believe this could be Cult Zeros’ last Christmas in its current form. 

    From its humble beginnings in 2005, we've had countless amounts of fun and have made genuine friends worldwide. (Some even came to Paul’s wedding). A more competitive market and less time and cash to advertise means that the format of ‘Any player, any team, any era’ may have run its cause. 

    We will still be printing shirts and will look to fulfil enquiries but the merchandise is likely to be a bit more generic.

    We thank you all for your support over the past 14 years. Much love, Paul and Alex. 

Other News

  • One 2 remember – New website is LIVE!

    Posted: Thursday 15th March 2018 - 10:22

    Finally, our new site is up and can be found at (Yes there's a 2 in the address).

    We have branched out more in the way of custom-made baby bodysuits, mugs and pin badges and we hope to have an affiliate scheme up and running shortly. At present we have no plans to close this site. Thirteen years of adding players will take an awful long time to migrate!

    We hope you enjoy it.

    As always, should you have any queries, please contact us at
  • Christmas Orders - Last Posting

    Posted: Wednesday 13th December 2017 - 15:16

    Just to let you know that we will be taking requests and orders throughout the Christmas holidays. 

    As for wanting your garment for Christmas, we recommend that you place your order by Tuesday 19th December. 

    Finally, we'd like to wish you all a Merry Christmas. Here's to 3 points at Cardiff! ;)
  • Mock-up problems

    Posted: Tuesday 14th November 2017 - 13:15

    We are in the process of creating a new site which we hope will be with you before the New Year. At present our mock-up tool does not work properly, however rest-assured that the colour you pick will be used in our printed process. 

    Should you require a mock-up of a shirt to see excatly what it will look like before buying then please do not hesitate to contact me or Alex at

    This is the same address for requests too!

    Thank you for your understanding, Paul & Alex.
  • Non-League Day 2017

    Posted: Friday 15th September 2017 - 09:40

    We're delighted to be involved with Non-League Day again (our 4th year). We've designed three new official t-shirts. Please check them out on our sister site, creativemidfielder
  • Downing tools

    Posted: Monday 31st July 2017 - 19:24

    We will be downing our tools for a week as of Friday 4th August. (We're even missing the Norwich home game!) So please get your orders in by Wednesday 2nd August at noon.

    All will be resumed on 14 August. Thanks, Paul.
  • Brasil 1982

    Posted: Friday 16th June 2017 - 10:39

    To celebrate the most entertaining side of all time (editor's opinion), we've produced a shirt for every player that feature in a game at Espaa '82.

    These are available from the creativemidfielder website for 12.

    Link here!
  • Changing Hosts

    Posted: Wednesday 11th January 2017 - 15:52

    Dear All, we're currently changing hosts so may not be able to see emails for 24-48 hours. We apologise for the inconvenience. Meanwhile, the sweat shop here is still open! If you want to contact us with more immediacy, please use

    Thanks, Paul.
  • We're Back!

    Posted: Tuesday 3rd January 2017 - 16:52

    Happy New Year to you all! We're back, refreshed-ish and waiting to take your orders and requests. Any player missing from our gallery that you would like to see, then just drop us an email;

    Cheers! Paul and Alex.
  • Downing Tools

    Posted: Friday 23rd December 2016 - 11:32

    Just to let you know that we'll be taking a break for a few days. We will respond to emails and queries but will not be firing up the heat press until 5 January.

    We'd like to wish you all a very merry Christmas (less enjoyable Boxing Day for you Ipswich fans) and an enjoyable start to 2017 (excluding Brighton fans on 2nd January). Oh and quite a miserable 30th December for Reading fans. 
  • Site Working Again

    Posted: Saturday 10th December 2016 - 11:47

    Dear All, thanks for your patience regarding the problems with the site. Our programming elves have sorted it out albeit temporarily. You can't see the colour combination on screen now, but rest assured all will be correct with the product. Best wishes to you all, Paul and Alex.

    Posted: Monday 5th December 2016 - 22:24

    Dear All,

    Due to unforeseen circumstances, fundamental parts of the site are not working. We are doing our best to rectify it ASAP. 

    If you do have any comments or want to see some mocked-up t-shirts, then please contact us at

    Apologies for the inconvenience. We're gutted by it too!

    Paul and Alex
  • Movember Appeal!

    Posted: Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 13:14

    For every t-shirt sold in November, we will contribut 1 to #teamCURTlocker Movember appeal, started by former Wales legend, Alan Curtis and son. More information about their appeal can be found here.
  • David Squires

    Posted: Monday 18th July 2016 - 10:21

    Here at Cult Zeros, we have long been admirers of The Guardian cartoonist, David Squires. He's kindly let us reproduce some of his superb work. You can check out his website,
    Why not follow him on twitter for the latest updates; @squires_david

  • Euro 2016

    Posted: Monday 20th June 2016 - 22:52

    Essential gear to take to Lyon for the Hungary v Portugal game!

  • Wow!

    Posted: Thursday 28th January 2016 - 21:07

  • Computer Games and Championship Manager

    Posted: Thursday 14th January 2016 - 22:24

    Music-wise, being born in 1973, I have always felt a bit cheated. So at those defining years, 14, 15, 16 years old, the charts was chocked full of processed Stock, Aitken and Waterman drivel. OK, so the Manchester music scene was emerging, but for a boy from the London suburbs (Sutton), that was irrelevant.

    What I can claim to be however, is a child of the home computer generation. In 1983, I recall queuing for around 20 minutes to play International Soccer at a Commodore 64 exhibition at Olympia. It was worth the wait, just look at those graphics! Link here.

    Months later, and two Quickshot Mark II joysticks binned (mainly due to frantic hand-shuffling during Daley Thompson's Decathlete) I sought a more intelligent game. (Perhaps this could justify the 'for doing homework' excuse I had told my folks when convincing them I needed a computer).

    The result was a copied version of Kev Toms' Football Manager. Addictive Games read the advertising hoardings. You're not wrong there! I tended to pick Brighton and Hove Albion. I had always been fond of them (this was cemented when Jimmy Melia flew his team over our house on the way to Wembley in 1983). I also couldn't be Fulham as there was too an emotional attachment, and I couldn't bear them losing virtually or literally. (Unfortunately the latter was to happen often for another 14 years or so... like it is now!)

    Secondary school, and I didn't ever graduate to Amiga's and was too loyal to jump ship to Spectrum's (not very patriotic of me, I admit). My computer playing years packed up, like my Commodore 64 itself.

    Although I am aware of a big Championship Manager scene, I have avoided temptation due to a fear of spending all my waking hours devising new tactics. Recently we caught up with David Black, the founder of CM97/98, a Championship Manager blog/site. David has nearly 24 years experience of playing. That is some going! Anyway, here's some words from him;

    I started in January 2015 to create a one-stop shop for fans of the game to visit and join me in taking a trip down memory lane. Like many others, I have been an addict of the Championship Manager (now Football Manager) series since the first release in 1992. Like with any long running series, we all have a favourite - and mine is definitely 97/98

    Although it's nearly 20 years since CM9798 was released, I've always found myself coming back to it. It's addictive, simple to play and fascinating to see how highly rated players in 1997 have really turned out. Many of these players are Cult Zeros in their own right!

    The addiction to this game resulted in me creating and the response has been terrific. The site is primarily a blog re-playing the game, but has evolved to include more features such as an ultimate 11, a guide to installing the game in the modern day and interviews with various personalities, including co-creators Paul & Oliver Collyer. The site also led to my first book 'The World According to CM97/98' being released in December 2015 - so I have a lot to thank CM97/98 for!

    For all those interested (and you should be) David's twitter account is; @cm9798

  • Final countdown.

    Posted: Monday 14th December 2015 - 21:50

    Who do they want on theirs? (Or you on yours?)

    Still a bit stuck on the ultimate gift? Want to show you can be creative and individual? Our blank t-shirts, hoodies and baby grows here want homes for Christmas. They are awaiting your instruction. We'd love to hear from you.

    Alternatively, if you want to drop a subtle hint to a loved one/work colleague take advantage of our send to a friend service. Just mock the shirt up and press the 'send to friend' button.

    As always feel free to request someone not featured.

    A subtle reminder. There's still time.

    Apologies if a photo of a young Chelsea scallywag getting a friendly boot up the backside is offensive. We believe the majority will approve! Overall, we don't want to see anyone disappointed at Christmas (well, perhaps Derby County fans on Boxing Day) so we recommend you put your orders in by 2pm on Friday 18th December.

    Gift Voucher and 10% off code.

    So much choice that you're undecided? Time isn't of the essence? Then unless you are Mike Rigg, Fulham's Director of Football
    , you might want to consider getting a Gift Voucher. That way the lucky recipient can pick a player from Aberdeen to Zaire from Andrea Doria to Zaragoza (you get the gist).

    Each Gift Voucher comes in a retro autograph book-style 'wallet'. This can be used to redeem t-shirts and hoodies. There is no expiry date, so if you're waiting for Klopp to manage your club...

    10% off code is CZ10OFF

    For the usual social media updates;

  • Non Footballers. Eis Footballers. 10% off.

    Posted: Thursday 3rd December 2015 - 15:02

    It's not just footballers, you know.

    Cult Zeros have been priding themselves by making custom-made t-shirts of the players
    you want for 10 years now. However, we recognise (though can't understand) that some people don't like football! (Yes really it is true!)

    Therefore, we do have a miscellaneous gallery a music gallery and a cricket gallery on our site. Also please check out for some more unusual t-shirts!

    As always feel free to request someone not featured.

    Not a snood in sight!

    If you have a spare 8 seconds we'd advise you to check this film clip out. We know very little about the match other than in took place in 1969 and quite frankly, shouldn't have taken place! We suspect it is from the Bundesliga If anyone can shed any light (especially who the ref was), we'd appreciate it!

    Gift Voucher and 10% off code.

    So much choice that you're undecided? Time isn't of the essence? Then unless you are Mike Rigg, Fulham's Director of Football
    , you might want to consider getting a Gift Voucher. That way the lucky recipient can pick a player from Aberdeen to Zaire from Andrea Doria to Zaragoza (you get the gist).

    Each Gift Voucher comes in a retro autograph book-style 'wallet'. This can be used to redeem t-shirts and hoodies. There is no expiry date, so if you're waiting for Klopp to manage your club...

    10% off code is CZ10OFF

    For the usual social media updates;

  • Quiz. RUSG. Requests.

    Posted: Friday 13th November 2015 - 11:13

    Quiz. Your chance to win a Gift Voucher.

    For your chance to win one of our Gift Vouchers entitling you to a free t-shirts, can you tell us what the three players pictured above all have in common?

    If you're unsure on who the players are, they all do feature on our site!
    Email your answers to
    We will announce the winner next Wednesday 18 November 2015. Good luck!

    Royale Union St Gilloise now. Your club next?

    I always feel disloyal missing a Fulham match, but if you're going to miss one, best it's a 2-5 home defeat to Birmingham City!

    Recently Cult Zeros have teamed up with Brussels' oldest club, Royale Union St-Gilloise to produce their merchandise. It's a great opportunity to listen to the fans, find out what they want and make some money for their club.

    If this is something that may be of interest to to you and your club, then drop us an email, we'd be delighted to hear from you.

    Request service and 10% off code.

    For the past ten years Cult Zeros have been running a request service. 
    Assuming there is no cease and desist in our post tray, we will endeavour to add any player. Just follow the Request a Player tab on the right hand side of our Home page.

    We are also happy to take requests for non-footballers. Check out our Miscellaneous and Music galleries!

    10% off code is CZ10OFF

    For the usual social media updates;