Trading Standards officers raided a shop selling fake Premier League football goods.
Officers swooped after League bosses alerted them that Karen Bowe and Andrea Wilson were selling counterfeit mobile phone accessories bearing the names of top clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United.
Bowe, 41, of Chain Lane, Whitestake, and 41-year-old Andrea Wilson, of Bannister Drive, Leyland, both admitted eight trade mark offences when they appeared before Blackpool Magistrates.
Sharon Davies, prosecuting for Blackpool Council, said the women ran an outlet called Gold Couture from premises on Ocean Boulevard, Blackpool, leased from Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
The duo were sent to Preston Crown Court for sentence where Proceeds of Crime Act legislation will commence againmst them.
The prosecutor said the retail unit was raided as a result of complaints by the Premier League worried about the sale of counterfeit goods at the outlet and also via the internet using eBay.
Officers seized 800 items bearing false trademarks - about 90 per cent of their total stock of mobile phone accessories.
Paulo Passorini, defending, said the two women only had a tenancy for two months and had hoped that the mobile phone items would get the public into the shop where the two women mended and sold mobile phones.