On the 2nd July 2021, Norman Hunter's family are holding a charity golf day in his memory, raising funds for Leeds Hospitals Charity to support cancer research.

In 2013, Norman was diagnosed with Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) and was receiving treatment at Leeds Cancer Centre. He sadly died aged 76 in April 2020 after contracting COVID-19.

To celebrate Norman's life, sporting artist, Ben Mosley has created a specially-commissioned painting called "Norman's Victory", after meeting Norman's family following his death. 

Mosley is the official artist for Team GB at the upcoming Olympic Games and has also painted two stunning murals at Wembley Stadium celebrating the history of the England football team and the home of football.

The original painting will be presented to the Hunter family, but Ben has also created 25 rare limited edition prints to be sold, helping  raise money for Leeds Hospitals Charity in Hunter’s memory. Each print will be signed and numbered and are likely to be sought-after by fans of the Leeds United and England footballing star.

The painting is influenced by stained-glass windows and celebrates Hunter’s football career with Leeds United and England. “As soon as I met Norman’s family I knew I wanted to help create something to celebrate Norman’s life,” said Mosley. “I’m a big football fan myself so I know what an incredible player he was. Hopefully we can raise a lot of money for the hospital because it’s a wonderful cause and I know it means a lot to his family.”

To buy one of the limited edition prints of “Norman’s Victory”: