Vauxhall Football Supporting a Nation

Vauxhall is promoting its support for Britain’s home nations football teams in a new advertising campaign launched during the England v Bulgaria European Championship qualifying match. The new TV commercial is designed to capture how football brings people together. As football fans spill out onto the streets, covering the length of the UK, through offices, towns and beaches leading up to Wembley Stadium. The advert culminates with the camera panning down the England team line up at Wembley, passing the faces of Frank Lampard, Wayne Rooney, Jack Wilshere and Ashley Cole, Jack Charlton and Peter Shilton, alongside football fans and Vauxhall staff. The campaign is online at vauxhallfootball.co.uk and Vauxhall Football Facebook page.

Vauxhall Football Support


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Credits

The Football campaign was developed at McCann-Erickson, Birmingham by executive creative director Vince McSweeney, art director/copywriter Tim Jones, copywriter Jon Leigh, copywriter/art director James Cross, account director Paul Dean, agency producer Bernadette Griffin.

Filming was shot by director Simon Ratigan via HLA Films.

The soundtrack ‘What a Life’ by ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ is taken from his new album to be released on 17th October 2011.

  • richard huw morgan

    sori, I don’t see how showing me, at home in Wales, an advert placed on ITV of patriotic ‘England’ football imagery is supporting my nation? Are you planning similar displaced patriotic imagery in other parts of the UK (sic)?