Stitching 'world's biggest' football shirt


Two football fans are trying to break the world record for creating the largest football shirt.

Justin Walley from Leicestershire and Bjorn Heidenstrom from Norway have stitched 600 shirts together to create a single giant one.

The shirt, which has been made in support of the United Nations refugee agency, the UNHCR, is currently on display in South Africa during the World Cup tournament.

The BBC's Chris Hollins reports.

READ MORE: Chris Hollins' World Cup diary

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