BURY'S Go Local Extra store has been given an eye-catching makeover in honour of its homegrown football star Kieran Trippier.

As the Euro 2020 finally gets under way, the Manchester Road convenience store has become a wall-to-wall shrine to Trippier, who grew up just a few miles away and remains fiercely proud of his local roots.

Thanks to England fan and owner Samsom Kahsay, the shop now features more than 30 images of the England right back with entire aisles dedicated to Trippier as well as life size cut outs and photo opportunities.

Samsom said: “It’s so exciting for local talent Kieran to be representing England in such an important tournament and such a proud moment for Bury.

"The store’s 'faceover’ is our way of showing him and the other England players our support. We are a town of massive football fans and it's great to get shoppers and the local community excited about the tournament, and the prospect of Kieran and the team bringing it home this summer.”

Trippier said: “It’s surreal seeing my face take over an entire store and I can’t believe the level of local support from people in Bury as we go into one of the most important tournaments I’ve had the opportunity to represent England in.

"Obviously you never forget where you started and from the early days playing locally right up to turning pro, I have always been really grateful for all the support I have received back home in Bury. Here’s to bringing it home this summer!”

The convenience store was transformed with the help of Bud Light, Officially the Official Beer of the Men’s England Team. To mark its sponsorship, Bud Light has created BOXHEADS: beer you can drink and a box you can wear. All packs of 12 and 20 Bud Light bottles sold in England will feature the supersized faces of heroes Jordan Pickford, Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier.

The Bury store isn’t the only one getting the face treatment with store takeovers for Kyle Walker in his hometown of Sheffield and for Jordan Pickford in Sunderland.