Celebrate Your Venues History with Custom Sports Memorabilia

Are you a sports venue having work done to you stadium, arena or track and would like custom memorabilia to market to fans of the location or team?
Are you a die-hard sports fan looking for a unique and personalised way to commemorate your favourite team's history?

Look no further! At Nogard Creations, we specialise in crafting bespoke sports memorabilia that captures the essence of those unforgettable moments on the field.

One shining example of our work is the 11x16cm resin plaque we created for QPR Football Club. As they bid farewell to the last decade of their iconic pitch, we transformed the actual turf into 200 exclusive pieces of memorabilia. Each plaque not only features a slice of the dried grass but also includes a meticulously designed card showcasing key moments from the team's journey over the past ten years.

In a twist of creativity, our team added a distinctive touch – the white outline and number. This unique design element was born out of necessity, as we strived to meet the demand for the 200 memorabilia pieces despite initial constraints on the grass quantity.

What sets Nogard Creations apart is our ability to customize these display memorabilia pieces with various sports elements. Whether it's sports grass, turf, or even sections of a racing track or drag racing track asphalt, we can turn your favourite sporting memories into tangible keepsakes.

These personalised memorabilia pieces aren't just decorations; they're a testament to your fans unwavering support for your team. They make for truly unforgettable gifts or additions to any sports enthusiast's collection.

At Nogard Creations, we understand that every fan's connection to their team is unique. That's why we offer the flexibility to produce these custom pieces in any quantity you desire. Simply reach out to us via email at memorabilia@nogardcreations.co.uk, and let's discuss how we can bring your sports memories to life.

Elevate your fandom with Nogard Creations – where sports history meets artistry.

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