How to get your jersey framed...

What works best for you...come visit us, or post the jersey to us?


We're based in Beighton, Sheffield (S20 postcode), a short distance off the A57, not far from Junction 31 of the M1. Our workshop is open Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm and we're happy to stick around later than that or open up on a Saturday if you can't visit us during the week.


If you are posting a jersey to us with Royal Mail or a courier, send it to the following address: Weframeyourjersey c/o Matrix Frames, Unit A1 - Crown Works, Rotherham Road, Beighton, Sheffield S20 1AH, South Yorkshire, UK.

(ensure its sent using a traceable service and insured for the correct value)


Use the order form...

We've designed a pretty simple form to get the ball rolling for whichever way you decide to get your jersey framed. The more detail you can give us once you've printed it off and filled it in the better.


Bring it with you, or include it in the parcel when you send the shirt to us. We'll always either give you a call, drop you a text, or send you an email to let you know your ice hockey jersey has arrived safely with us. The form is just below...

Online Order Form
Please print this form, fill it in and bring it / send it with your jersey for framing. As much detail as possible really helps!
Microsoft Word document [12.9 KB]

The design stage...

Don't worry if you don't know exactly what you want, just give us a few pointers. "I want to keep it simple", "I'd like the sleeves in to see the logo", "I've seen the colours you used on that Manchester Storm jersey and I'd like mine the same" etc.

Sometimes you might be struggling for space, so let us know if there are any restrictions you'd like us to keep within so that it fits nicely on your wall.

Once we've got your jersey, we'll take note of your layout requests, make a few suggestions of our own and firm up the colour scheme for mounts and the frame colour before going ahead and completing the job.

We usually email design layouts, comfirm exact pricing and let you know size it'll be so that you can confirm you are happy to proceed.

Mounting & Framing

We'll do our thing, it usually takes a few days, and then send you a photo of the finished frame to let you know its ready to collect, or that we're ready to take payment and ship it onto you.

Payment, Collection / Shipping...

We'll never ask for payment before the job is completed. 


Once we're ready for you to collect the item from the workshop or its been safely packed to be shipped onto you, then we'll make contact with you.

In the workshop we have a debit/credit card terminal for taking payment, for online orders we can send you a paypal invoice (you don't need a paypal account to pay this).

Once payment has been made, we'll help you load the framed jersey in your car if you've come to visit, or arrange for our UK Courier to collect the item and deliver it to you if you've sent it to us.

Some notes...

If you are visiting us in person with your jersey to be framed, we'll offer to glaze the piece with either glass or acrylic (perspex).
If we are shipping the piece, we'll always use perspex so that its safe to ship with the courier.
We ask for your email address and telephone number so that the courier can keep you as up to date on when and where a package will be delivered. You'll get the tracking code direct from the courier and a confirmation the night before as well as on the day of delivery of whats happening.
We frame shirts for a living, not build websites ;0)
If there's a spelling mistake on here, please forgive me.
If you can add more detail to the form, we'd appreciate it. 

​Any pointers only go towards making the experience better and easier for the next person we frame a shirt for.

We REALLY appreciate your business!


Need a jersey framing?

Call us: 0114 2939 939

or contact us directly using our online contact form.


Website launches!

Thanks for visiting our brand new website. To celebrate - enjoy £10 off your first orders - just quote WEB10 when you ask us to frame your jersey. Valid until September 30th 2017