With the 2015 One Day International World Cup returning to New Zealand and Australia – where Pakistan triumphed in 1992 – the shirt Pakistan wore as they became World Champions under the great Imran Khan is bound to be in huge demand. So where can fans get their hands on one? Well right here from our Stani Army shop!
These shirts are extremely rare and are an official licensed product. Priced at just £13 in our shop, you will not find these shirts for this price anywhere else. And what’s more, the more you buy the more you save with a 20% discount on two shirts (in any size combination) and a 25% discount on four or more shirts. Sizes available are Medium, Large and Extra Large with Medium stock running out fast. These shirts were designed to be worn baggy as you can see from the pictures above, so don’t hesitate in going for a Large or Extra Large should your first choice size be unavailable.
We only accept Paypal payments so you can shop with complete peace of mind. Worldwide shipping is available with shipping prices kept deliberately low so our great fans can benefit whichever corner of the globe they are currently in. Shirts are selling fast as the World Cup approaches, so we encourage fans to get their orders in quickly to avoid disappointment!
Be sure to check out our other Pakistan related items too, from keyrings to flags and blow-up hands! Click HERE to visit our shop.
Last Sunday, members of the Stani Army including Mr Pakistan and the Sheikh of Pakistan, were at the London Mela in Gunnersbury Park raising funds for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA). This follows on from our IKCA fundraising challenge in June when we climbed to the summit of Mount Snowdon in full fancy dress, photos of which can be found here. We would like to thank everyone who attended the Mela and donated to this worthy cause, or simply just stopped by to have a friendly chat and a photo or two. You can view photos from the Mela below.
If you missed out on the Mela and still wish to donate, you can do so via the IKCA website, or via free phone on 0500 786 101. To find out more about where your donations will be going and the tireless work of the IKCA and everyone at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, please visit here.
We’re delighted to announce that last week’s fundraising dinner organised by the Stani Army for the Saeed Ajmal International Cricket Academy was a resounding success with thousands of pounds raised for this great cause. Below is a selection of photos from the night for our fans to view.
Saeed Ajmal was also joined on the night by England’s Moeen Ali, fresh from his brilliant unbeaten century at Headingley against Sri Lanka. Along with photos of the two cricket stars and the Stani Army members, fans can scroll down to view items auctioned off on the night for the academy, and photos of those who generously donated towards the cause.
Yesterday, members of the Stani Army from London, Birmingham, Scotland and in between, set off for Wales for their climb of Mount Snowdon in full fancy dress to raise money for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA). After a well deserved, good night’s rest, we’re delighted to announce the success of our climb and bring you some photos from the day.
So far we have raised close to £2000 for this great cause with the total steadily rising. If you haven’t donated yet but would like to, please visit our Just Giving page where you can still give and help someone suffering from this dreadful disease. Your donations do qualify as zakah, lillah and sadaqah.
Scroll down to view part one of the photos from yesterday’s climb and do keep a look out for part two where we will be posting some beautiful scenic shots of Snowdonia.
WHY NOT JOIN US? Do you want to come on a climb or be a part of another Stani Army event? We would love to have you join us. If you are interested, keep a look out for announcements of our upcoming events here on http://www.staniarmy.com.
The Sheikh of Pakistan is out in Bangladesh with other Stani Army members representing Pakistan fans, flying the flag and doing the nation proud. Below are a selection of photos from the T20 World Cup in Bangladesh. Keep an eye out for the Sheikh on your TV screens, and if you’re out there, be sure to get a photo with him and send it to us. Keep up the great support! Stani Army! Pakistan Zindabad!
Earlier this month, members of the Stani Army were in attendance at the London Mela in Gunnersbury Park raising funds for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA). A big thank you to everyone who attended and donated towards this worthy cause, and we hope you enjoyed meeting us and Stani Army’s very own Mr Pakistan and the Sheikh. You can view photos from the Mela below.
If you missed out on the Mela and still wish to donate, you can do so via Mr Pakistan’s Just Giving page, via the IKCA website, or via free phone on 0500 786 101. To find out more about where your donations will be going and the tireless work of the IKCA and everyone at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, please visit here.
It was also a pleasure meeting members of the Rotary Foundation who had their own stall close to ours, and hearing of the great work they are doing in Pakistan in the fight to eradicate polio. Pakistan is one of the few countries in the world where polio is still endemic. The Rotary Foundation through their End Polio Now campaign hope to eradicate polio from Pakistan, and you can help by donating here. Continue reading “Photos: At the London Mela for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal”→
Here are a selection of photos from Stani Army’s appearance on Sky Sports’ Cricket AM show, where we met the great Wasim Akram and England superstar Simon Jones. We’d like to thank everyone at Cricket AM for their hospitality on what was a wonderfully enjoyable morning. We hope we played our part in bringing plenty of noise and colour to the show! Stani Army! Continue reading “Photos: Stani Army on Cricket AM”→
With the Pakistan women’s team currently on their tour of England and Ireland, the Stani Army’s very own Sheikh of Pakistan went to drum up some support and get behind the girls against Ireland in Solihull.
In a tour which has so far seen the Pakistan women claim their first victory over England in any form of the women’s game with a one-run win in a T20 at Loughborough, the ladies did not disappoint in Birmingham either with crushing victories over the Irish in two T20s and one ODI respectively. No doubt the extra support drummed up by our Sheikh would have helped the team feel more at home.
The team will now travel to Dublin where they will play a T20 on the 16th and two ODIs on the 17th and 19th of this month against Ireland. So look out for them and help fly the flag for our women’s team!
We’re excited to bring fans photos of the trip to Scotland, where Pakistan were scheduled to play two ODIs in Edinburgh as build up to the Champions Trophy in June.
With captain Misbah Ul Haq coming to the rescue in the first game against Scotland, we were all set for another exciting contest in the second ODI, only for the rain to intervene resulting in the game being washed out. Nevertheless, the trip was made worthwhile as the Pakistan squad and staff kindly took the time to meet the fans, sign autographs and have their photos taken. Click here for the complete gallery of our photos from the trip to Scotland.
Stani Army is delighted to bring you photos from our tour of Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham, where we were granted rare behind the scenes access of the stadium, a ground where Pakistan greats such as Imran Khan and Javed Miandad have graced the pitch. Edgbaston will be hosting two of Pakistan’s group games for the upcoming Champions Trophy in June, and we were also excited to get our hands on the official ICC Champions Trophy which was in Birmingham for a short stay.
Before the tour of the stadium, members took part in a photo campaign officially authorised by the ICC and endorsed by Warwickshire County Cricket Club (WCCC). The campaign titled “Call for Action”, sees fans have their photos taken in front of local landmarks, whilst displaying the official ICC Champions Trophy Pakistan team specific artwork, as seen in the photos with our members stood in front of the famous Bullring in Birmingham. In a joint venture between Stani Army and CTEC Cricket, we will soon be asking fans around the world to have their photo taken holding up a print out of the official poster, stood at a local landmark dressed in their favourite Pakistan outfit, and then send them in to us. Photos will be published on staniarmy.com and possibly be used by WCCC and the ICC.
Stani Army would like to thank the ICC, WCCC, CTEC Cricket, Tom Rawlings, Sean Miller & Rick our guide from Warwickshire, who helped make it such an enjoyable and memorable day.