It’s time to take back our  flag!

Support England’s mission is to reclaim the St George’s cross from negative connotations and associations with hateful organisations.  Fly your England flag with pride this World Cup!

In honour of the 2018 World Cup Support England are on the hunt for England’s most patriotic fan.

Submit your photos for free to be entered into the competition. One lucky winner will receive an official England shirt. 4 runners up will be chosen at random and will receive a retro England shirt from

Closing date 15/07/2018

How will you be celebrating?

Upload a photo of the best show of patriotism this World Cup season.

Nominate yourself, friends or family to enter the prize draw. Simply upload an image representing your dedication to the England flag. This can be your decorated home, local pub or even your car.

Entries are open until 28 June 2018.

Check out our terms and conditions here.

Will you decorate your home or car with the England flag this World Cup?
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Upload your photos demonstrating your support for England football squad. 

There are 5 changes to win!

One lucky winner will be chosen by and declared the PROUDEST ENGLAND FAN and receive a official England Shirt 2018.

Four Runners up will be chosen at random and receive a personalised reproduction retro England football top from TOFFS 

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Gina Hutchings, SupportEngland Campaign Lead

The St George’s Cross is a great flag, one our nation should be proud of. If people knew the history of the flag and our Patron Saint they would be more positive connotations to flying this brilliant flag during the World Cup’”.

Graham Bartram, Chief
Vexillologist at the Flag Institute

“England needs to reclaim the St George’s Cross from the negative and hate-filled organisations that have tried to make it their symbol. The only way to beat them is to use the flag more. St George’s Cross represents one of the most multi-cultural and multi-national saints in the World”.

Zach Kingsbury, Biggleswade, Bedford

“Aside from being a huge football fan and excited for the World Cup, I mostly want to actually support our guys there, most of whom are young lads with a bright future”.