A Norwich City fan has taken the term 'armchair fan' to the next level.
George Wilbraham, who turned 30 on Sunday, celebrated his love for his favourite football club by turning some of his old jerseys into a chair.
The season ticket-holder sent 11 unused shirts to an upholsterers to make the colourful armchair, as he wanted to do something special to mark his milestone birthday.
No better feeling than 3 points and settling down at home in your new @NorwichCityFC chair. My 30th birthday present and my homage the old badge. All made using my old shirts. If your ever in Mundesley @hucks6dh6 pop by and sign the back of it 😂 #ncfc pic.twitter.com/9HFs5ktLka
— George Wilbraham (@Wilb92) September 3, 2022
Speaking to Eastern Daily Press he said, "I felt it was a really good opportunity to get them on display and used again.
"Most of these jerseys are from when I was younger and weren't going to be worn again so it's nice to preserve them and see them.
"I'm also really pleased I've picked kits with local companies on them too."
George's photos went viral online, with Norwich City legend Darren Huckerby, agreeing to sign the back of the chair next time he's in the local area.
If I'm in the area I will 😂 https://t.co/VmoWUNH1iq
— Darren Huckerby (@hucks6dh6) September 4, 2022