Penwortham teachers' bid for World Cup anthem

Teachers have released a song in a bid to make it the next World Cup anthem.

Monday, 9th July 2018, 8:18 pm
Updated Monday, 16th July 2018, 5:06 pm
A still from the Sir Bobby video

The two from Penwortham put together the tune and got a video production company in Garstang to make a music video, filming their performance at a garden party.

Teri Moran, 25 and Michael Jon Dawson, 26 who own video production company, Route Nine Studios, had a great time filming and editing the track.

"We had made a music video around this time last year for someone they know," said Teri. "They just got in touch with us and it was fantastic.

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A still from the Sir Bobby video

"They threw a little party, it was so last minute. They performed the song really well a number of times in the garden and we just filmed it then took it back to edit it."

The singers, who call themselves 2nHalf Lions, released the track - called Sir Bobby - after England's nail-biting win against Columbia on Tuesday.

It shows their friends busting their best dance moves to the lyrics, "When we score, lion's roar, sing for England."