Season 5’s pre-order period is over. Big thanks to all of you supporting The League! All pre-orders will be sent out on the 8th of November. A small amount of scarves is avaiable right now! Be quick!
Growing up in graffiti city Hamburg and as part of the artist group Ultraboyz...
Samuelsson’s game is to put pieces together like a musician sampling audio clips...
His work originates from a fluid and restless process, where lines, letters, textures...
Momo has created a distinctive visual language. Most of the time this language finds...
About the project
Every year we invite four of our favorite artists to join the League Extraordinaire (LEO). We ask them to take the traditional double-sided football scarf as the medium and bring their world and the world of football together in one special limited edition scarf.
Boris DELTA Tellegen
He was the pioneer who re-constructed the 2D letter frame into 3D...
Steve ESPO Powers
Philadelphia's Espo knows how to capture a city in words and graphics like no other...
Starting at the age of 12 as 'Pant1' he has earned an international reputation in graffiti...
Cody Hudson is our natural, long lasting libero, boosting nature into the realm of art...
His powerful iconography and pioneer lettering at the crossroads of graffiti...
Antonio creates art that mixes naivety, humour, modernism and street art.
Henning tells graphical stories in his extremely recognizable signature style.
Deeply rooted struggle in human nature between power and submission.
This Swedish artist is adding and erasing to create his abstract world of shapes.
Siggi is an artist who travelled the world while finding out what makes him tick.
The Belgium collective swapped their spray cans for ink, paint and sculptures.
With his graffiti, OG23 is highly visible in the Melbourne city scape.
This guy from Utrecht (NL) has a unconstrained and sharp style.
Zebu are two creatives from Berlin who create universes with crazy figures.
Merijn Hos is an artist from Utrecht (NL) who likes to take you down the rabbit hole.
This duo from Amsterdam works in various media with their constructivist style.
What you see is what you get
The scarves are made from the same synthetic wool that all supporters of European football clubs wear. Quality scarves that both hooligans and members of VIP lounges use to show their club-love.
Every LEO scarf is produced in the European Union in a single run. The scarves are packaged in a solid carton box that fits through a standard letter box, tagged with a numbered edition-label.