Great things come in pairs…
Tea and toast, fish and chips and now, football and sheds!
Read our inspiring ideas for making a belting football shed this summer!!
Give it a good clear out!
Maybe you’re currently using your shed to store some gardening equipment, the odd bike and an old pair of ladders?
Well, those items now need to find a new home, as your hideout requires plenty of room for you and your mates!
If you don’t already have one, a tool shed is a great way to keep your gardening equipment in good condition and neatly organised. Then the ‘general’ garden shed can be used for other purposes. Like being a football shed.
Plan how to source power to the shed.
If you want to have a TV in there, which to watch the game is pretty important, then you will need to discover a way to source power from your home to your shed.
If you’re a handy person and do your research you could do it yourself but we would advise to get in touch with an electrician as it can be dangerous.
Cracking ideas for the interior!
So now you’ve created some space in your shed, and you’ve figured out a way to get some power to it, you can start to think about decor. By decor we mean cool TVs and pool tables, obviously.
Depending on the size of your shed would of course matter on what you can get in it, but you 100% need a decent TV, a cooler, seating and some form of entertainment for during half time.
Customer images which we think make top football sheds!
Below are some cool customer images which, although we’re not sure if they actually use them as a football hideout, make belting footie sheds!!
If only we could combine them all together to make one HUGE football shed!!!