Coventry City 1981 iPhone & Samsung Galaxy Case
Coventry City's banned home shirts during televised games. In 1981 teams were not permitted to display sponsors names on their shirts. Jimmy Hill even tried to have the club renamed 'Coventry Talbot' to highlight the partnership with the locally based car manufacturer. When this failed he commissioned a club home shirt onto which the Talbot 'T' symbol was boldly integrated into the design, which was promptly banned for televised games.
For Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy.
- 100% polycarbonate
- Precision fit to your device
- Accessibility to camera, charging socket and volume controls are not affected
- Durable and lightweight
- Long lasting vivid images
- 3D printed so sides of the case are decorated
Our bespoke retro football designs on mobile cases are manufactured from the highest quality materials, and we use state of the art printing processes for stunning quality. Our cases are made from 100% polycarbonate and provide a perfect canvas for our featured designs. We have designed and developed our cases to fit perfectly and provide robust protection, without adding any bulk at a thickness of 1mm. These protective phone cases are durable, lightweight and long lasting - in all honesty they will probably outlive your phone!
Unlike a lot of other cases on the market our print process allows a complete wrap of your design, that means the print covers the whole case including the sides, top and bottom.
Made in the UK.