Millwall Personalised Football Calendar
A Fabulous Gift Idea for Fans of Millwall!
Millwall, founded in 1885, was formed by workers of JT Morton's Factory on the Isle of Dogs in East London. There was a large Scottish presence amongst employees at the time and this led the club to compete in blue and white kits. After playing in a variety of grounds, the Lions moved south of the river to New Cross in 1910 and settled in The Den. Millwall later became founding members of the Southern League. In 1937, the club reached a third FA Cup semi-final. The Lions were playing in the Third Division at the time and thus became the first team from this league to reach the semi-final by beating three top flight clubs. Later success for Millwall included winning the (old format) Second Division title in 1988 and reaching the FA Cup final in 2004.
Our Personalised Calendars feature a fascinating selection of reproduced Millwall match reports on some of the club's best games from the past one hundred years. Starting from the month of your choice, these A3 Calendars are a great gift idea for any fan of the Lions and they will bring back some wonderful memories from past Millwall performances.
The Personalised Calendars feature a report on the 0-1 win against Sunderland in the 2004 FA Cup semi-final. By winning this game, the Lions became the first club from outside the top flight to reach the final since the formation of the Premiership in 1992. Most importantly, the win meant that Millwall had reached a major final for the first time in over one hundred seasons. The A3 Calendar also features a range of other impressive FA Cup wins that the club has enjoyed over the years. These include the 2-1 win against Newcastle United in 1957, the 3-2 defeat of Chelsea in 1985, and the 3-1 victory against Manchester City in 1990.
Millwall developed a reputation as a hard-fighting cup side and success extended to the League Cup. In 1976 the club beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 in the fourth round of the competition, and in 1995, the Lions defeated Everton 2-4 at Goodison. This match was the second leg of the second round. The first game had ended in a 0-0 draw and the away performance shocked the Toffees and delighted the Millwall fans.
Our Calendar Gift also features a fabulous range of league fixtures, including two games that guaranteed titles. The Lions were promoted to the top flight for the first time in their history in 1988. Sheringham and Cascarino had formed a lethal partnership up front for the club and a 0-1 win against Hull City clinched both the Second Division title and automatic promotion. Millwall was also promoted in 2001, this time to the Championship. When the club thrashed Oldham Town 5-0, promotion had already been secured. However, the Lions' stunning win sealed the Second Division title, which Millwall won with a total of ninety-five points.
Contents At A Glance
Each Millwall Football Calendar contains the following reproduced newspaper reports:
10th March 1929 - 'Notts Forest share points with Millwall in keen game in Lions' Den' (Millwall draw 1-1 with Nottingham Forest)
27th January 1957 - 'Millwall Goes Crazy' (Millwall beat Newcastle United 2-1)
12th January 1965 - 'Millwall 'crock' KO's Fulham' (Millwall beat Fulham 2-0)
28th October 1976 - 'Millwall Magic' (Millwall beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-0)
5th February 1985 - 'Lionhearts' (Millwall beat Chelsea 2-3)
30th January 1986 - 'Fash Bang Wallop' (Millwall beat Aston Villa 1-0)
3rd May 1988 - 'We're Up!' (Millwall beat Hull City 0-1)
16th January 1990 - 'Ready Teddy Go!' (Millwall beat Manchester City 3-1)
18th January 1993 - '6 - Lions are goal-Den wonders' (Millwall beat Brentford 6-1)
5th October 1995 - 'Thrill-Wall' (Millwall beat Everton 2-4)
6th May 2001 - 'Lion Kings' (Millwall beat Oldham Town 5-0)
5th April 2004 - 'Now Wise is a prize fighter' (Millwall beat Sunderland 0-1)
Alternative Football Gifts for Millwall Fans
We have an exciting selection of alternative football gifts that are designed especially for fans of the Lions. These include our Personalised Millwall Diaries and a unique Personalised Millwall Football Book, which is smartly presented and can be treasured for years to come. Other more general football presents include our Spoof Football Headlines and Personalised Football Commentaries.
I Just Love It also has a range of attractive Personalised Image Calendars that cover a variety of themes, such as Best Dad, Football, Golf, Rugby and a special Xtreme Sports edition. Each A3 Calendar includes twelve colourful photographs, all of which cleverly incorporate your recipient's name.