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Welcome to our catalog of beautiful sports motifs featuring goals and unforgettable moments. THE PLAY® is a graphic concept that celebrates iconic moments from the world of sports—a modern version of the traditional sports poster.





Sports posters with iconic moments

If you're looking for inspiration for your home, gallery walls, or personalized gifts, then our unique, stylish works are for you! Here, we have compiled a catalog with a wide selection of plays: iconic moments from the world of sports. It includes moments from Superligaen, Premier League, Champions League, national teams, NBA, NFL, Wimbledon, Olympics, World Cup, European Championships, and more. Our popular motifs are selected by fans from all over the country. The collections cover something for every taste – and the selection is constantly growing! Additionally, we also produce custom-made posters where we recreate exactly the moment you want.

A modern sports poster

With THE PLAY®, you get a modern sports poster that fits perfectly into your home. Our posters offer a sophisticated and stylish decor, where everyone in the household can still participate. The artwork is created in a timeless design that combines simple geometry with strong visual interpretations. The Nordic minimalist style reinvents the traditional sports poster in a format that visualizes the athletes' achievements and captivates the viewer's fascination.

Many different designs

Choose from a wide selection of stylish designs with colors to suit every taste – whether it's cream, light blue, pink, or black. All motifs can also be obtained in handmade Italian oak frames with real glass. Choose between natural oak, black, and white. Available in 40x40cm – new sizes are continuously added.

We offer free delivery throughout Denmark to the nearest parcel shop. Delivery time: 1-3 business days.

10 quick facts about sports in general
  1. In 1894, Anna Kopchosky cycled around the world in 15 months – she only learned to ride a bike a few days before starting.
  2. The day after Ahn Jung-Kwan eliminated Italy with South Korea in the 2002 World Cup, he was fired from his Italian club.
  3. Among the 30 fastest times in the 100-meter sprint, only 9 were achieved without doping – all by Usain Bolt.
  4. Michael Phelps has won more Olympic gold medals than 80% of all countries that have ever participated.
  5. Shaquille O'Neal has only scored one 3-point shot in his entire basketball career.
  6. The football player with the most official appearances is Brazilian Rogerio Ceni with 1,127 matches – he is also the goalkeeper with the most goals: 131.
  7. The only team to have ever won the Champions League with only domestic players is Celtic in 1967.
  8. The record for most goals scored in a calendar year is 91 goals. The holder is Lionel Messi.
  9. The fastest Premier League goal scored by a substitute is Nicklas Bendtner's goal against Tottenham in 2007 – after just 1.7 seconds on the field.
  10. Cristiano Ronaldo is named after the American president Ronald Reagan.
The greatest athletes of all time

Throughout history, sports have given us countless memories and been an eternal source of admiration, fascination, and gathering. The greatest legends of sports have contributed to the myth of sport; they have not only been outstanding athletes but also icons, idols, and political fighters. Among them, we can mention Muhammad Ali, the greatest heavyweight champion of all time, who became the face of the black rights movement in the USA and won his titles in the 60s and 70s among some of history's best boxers; or Pelé, who is classically regarded as the best football player with over 1,200 goals scored and who led Brazil to 3 World Cup triumphs in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s; or Michael Jordan, the basketball legend of them all, who dominated an entire sport for more than a decade with 6 NBA titles to follow. Additionally, of course, sports also include countless iconic athletes whom we celebrate at THE PLAY®.

Danish moments in sports

Although Denmark is a small nation, we have made significant marks in sports history: Denmark's Euro triumph in 1992 is one of the biggest sensations ever in international football, and virtually all Danes who experienced the summer of '92 can remember where they were on June 26 when Denmark defeated the defending world champions from Germany 2-0; the monumental victories of the women's handball team at the World Cup, European Championships, and 3 times at the Olympics between 1993 and 2004, which truly kicked off a Danish era in handball; and not least in the world of athletics, where Kenyan-born Wilson Kipketer dominated the sport for an entire decade, set numerous world records in the 800 meters, and put Denmark on the winner's podium at events such as the World Championships (gold, 1995 and 1997) and the Olympics (silver, 1996). Kipketer is the second-fastest man in history over 800 meters outdoors, but an all-time greatest over 800 meters indoors.