SEE MORE 'Man cave' dwellers open up their havens of sporting tranquillity.
Find a full gallery of pictures online at www.liverpoolecho.co.uk ECHO readers have joined the battle of the "man caves" by sending in their pictures.
A number of you have sent in pictures of your "caves" - including an impressive Elvisthemed den, a pub shed named after a classic Liverpool club and a Merseyside shed with a Stateside theme.
David Steventon created Bar 66 last year.
He said: "We moved to a new house at the end of last summer and my wife was only a few weeks away from giving birth.
"She was reluctant of me having my dartboard in the house and said it would have to go in the garage.
"With a little help from friends and my father-in-law donating a few items, I turned my garage into what is now called Bar 66.
"The reason it got called that is because my father-in-law and my wife and I have done the Route 66, in the States.
"I have a work bench with all my tools as well, so it is practical in there as well."
Liverpool fan, Neil Lambert, has sent in pictures of his LFCthemed man cave, featuring two TVs, a games console and over 23 LFC shirts adorning the walls.
David Steventon, from Widnes, sent in pictures of his Route 66-themed 'man cave', inspired by his | |travels across the States; and, inset, Neil Lambert's LFC-themed 'man cave'
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||May 19, 2015|
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