A brand-new range of sustainably-developed artistic items made specially for Athletic Club Museum is now available on Athletic Club’s online shop.
The Gabarra, magnets, wooden figures of players, wooden mobiles and much more. It’s an exclusive and limited collection that captures the essence of Athletic through some of its most iconic symbols.
La Gabarra: Our Gabarra’, the embodiment of Athletic’s triumphs and the collective joy of our fans. Handmade using recycled wood.
Musical Gabarra. With a simplistic yet artistic design, it contains a mechanism which plays Athletic’s anthem when cranked.
Wooden magnets. Magnets inspired by nautical signal flags and Athletic’s colours throughout our history.
Wooden mobiles, with three different models. Mr Pentland, calling on all Athletic fans. A view of San Mames, A wooden mobile containing a watercolour illustration of a typical Athletic fan’s match-day walk up to San Mamés. The Athletic Algorithm, our anthem is our code, the basic algorithm to find an Athletic supporter.
The Eleven. Handmade from discarded planks of wood, this sculpture depicts the embrace of a team after a goal, the union of different people under the red and white colours.
Wooden player. Timeless figures in classic team photo poses, hand-painted and made from discarded wood from the local timber industry.
The most genuine press conference
Igor Porset answers the questions about the book “Ser Williams” from readers well known to the Athletic family
Official Copa final 2019-20 jersey
The same ELITE shirt that the lions will wear on Saturday at La Cartuja is available for purchase now, it contains the logo on the chest and the Copa and Bizi Ametsa patches on the sleeves.
Bilbao and Biscay turn red and white for the Copa finals
As the Copa final against Real Sociedad edges closer, as well as the chance to win two trophies in two weeks, Bilbao and the whole of Biscay are backing Athletic
First Ibero-American Week for the Protection and Good Treatment of Children in Sport
Athletic Club’s ATERPE programme presents the “Aterpe Recognition” competition and organises a series of activities to mark Child Abuse Prevention Day
The story of Athletic Club’s team bus
Told through the eyes of its driver, Juan Carlos, this is the tale of Athletic’s iconic coach
Peña Tokiotarrak: Athletic fans in Japan
LaLiga has recently produced and broadcast a report on Athletic Tokiotarrak, a fan club which supports the Lions from Japan
Cafés Baqué, the coffee of Athletic
The Biscay-based company signs a sponsorship deal with Athletic Club and also becomes a Strategic Partner of the Foundation
Rafael Moreno Aranzadi: the Athletic player who became Pichichi
The life and career of one of football’s early pioneers
Safe events at San Mamés
The Cathedral continues to host online and in-person events – with all safety and hygiene measures in place – despite the pandemic
San Mamés lights up in the colours of CAFE
The Club and Foundation have joined the awareness week promoted by the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE).