We send all packages first class signed in the UK and first class tracked internationally. We aim for 1-3 days delivery to UK addresses, 5-7 days to European addresses, and 7-10 days for non-UK and European addresses.
Yes. If wishing to return, please contact Football Shirt Collective via email or social media to arrange a return and full refund. Product(s) must be returned within 2 weeks of purchase and in the condition it was sent in. Once the product(s) is/are recieved by out fulfillment team, a full refund will be processed.
Please send product(s) to:
FSC Studio - 612
394 Muswell Hill Broadway
Yes. We are committed to fighting against the fakes on the market right now, and so all of our shirts are checked to ensure they are 100% original. Any remakes or re-releases will be clearly stated as such in the product title.
The fit and sizing for each shirt can vary depending on the year it was released and the brand who made it. For more help, see our size guide blog.
Player issue shirts are those worn by professionals in games, while replica shirts are generally cheaper versions of the player issue. While the design of both shirts is similar, sizing, material and in some cases small design elements tend to be different when comparing the two types of shirt. For more information, please see our replica vs. player issue blog.
Yes. We are always looking for new shirts to add to our marketplace, so if you have some vintage classics you're looking to shift, we would love to have a look. Please contact us via email or social media with pictures of the full shirt(s) and its labels or tags (if attached).
When washing football shirts, a cold cycle is key. As a bonus you can also separate by colour and turn your shirts inside out, but as long as you wash at a cold temperature you're well on your way. Once washed, dry naturally if you can to avoid any potential damage in the tumble dryer.
For more details, check out our dedicated blog on washing football shirts.
You can store your football shirts in a number of ways, but the most common method is to simply hang your shirts in a wardrobe. Be sure to avoid wire hangers (as these are prone to causing pulls) and consider using dust bags for higher value shirts, but otherwise it's that simple.
For more tips, including how you can store shirts in boxes, check out our storage blog.
A good photo can make all the difference, whether you're showing off your latest purchase or trying to get the most out of a sale. Start by photographing your shirt in good natural light, though not direct sunlight. Use a neutral, uncluttered background and stay as still as possible when you shoot.
We have more tips like this in our blog about photographing football shirts.