Keep Right On arrived into the terraces of St Andrews in the mid 1950’s. Blues were on their way to Leyton Orient in the fourth round of the FA Cup and manager Arthur Turner got the squad to sing the anthem as a pre-match ritual to calm the nerves before a big game.
Birmingham City legend Alex Govan, a winger who played for Blues during the 1950’s, introduced the team to Lauder’s famous song as the club went on to reach the FA Cup final in 1956. Since then, the song has been adopted as the club’s anthem and the rest is history.
Our football song prints
Our hand designed prints celebrate the glory days of football characterised by memorable events and legendary players. This song has been sung by generations of fans and is now captured in this fine quality product.
All our prints are made to order. Hand cut and finished in the UK on 275gsm Lustre semi-gloss paper, this award-winning paper delivers a beautiful print which is colour guaranteed and light proof for 80 years so will last for generations to come.
- A2 (594 x 420mm / 23.4 x 16.5in)
- Printed on 275gsm Lustre
- Outstanding print quality and rich colour reproduction
- Guaranteed lightproof for 80 years
- Your print comes unframed
Please allow up 10 working days for delivery.