Christie’s Football Memorabilia on 13 September will include the jersey worn by George Best during the Manchester United versus Northampton Town F.A. Cup match in 1970, when he scored six goals and played arguably his finest ever football performance, as well as the jersey worn by Brazilian legend Rivelino in 1970 The above shirt was worn by George Best in the 1970 F.A.Cup 5th Round match against Northampton Town. In the match played on 7th February 1970 at the County Ground, Manchester United defeated Northampton Town 8-2, George Best equalling the F.A.Cup scoring record by scoring six goalsWorld Cup Final. The sale will include approximately 250 lots of shirts, boots, George Best is remembered as one of the finest players to have graced British football; Pelé referred to him as ‘greatest player in the world’ and he earned the title of both European Footballer of the Year and Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year in 1968. He played for Manchester United between 1963 and 1974, winning two football league championships and the European Cup.

 Arguably his most famous and impressive performance was in the 5th round match of the F.A. Cup in 1970 against Northampton Town which Manchester United won 8-1. Best set a then-record for the competition by scoring 6 goals as he single-handedly destroyed the team at the County Ground in Northampton with a range of skills, flicks, dribbles and headers. Best was being marked by Northampton player Roy Fairfax who said after the game that ‘the closest I got to him was when we shook hands after the game.’ The shirt worn by Best on that day was won by the current owner in a national newspaper competition in 1996, and is offered in September with an estimate of £20,000-30,000.

The shirt worn by Rivelino at the 1970 World Cup Final will also be offered in the sale. Rivelino was a flamboyant Brazilian midfielder best remembered for his thunderous free kicks, elastic dribbling and bandit moustache. He won over 100 caps and scored 43 goals, including three at the World Cup finals of 1970 where he played every game for the Brazil team still considered to be the greatest ever. The 1970 World Cup was held in Mexico; Brazil beat England, Romania and Czechoslovakia in the group stages before victories against Peru then Uruguay saw them to the Final. On 21 June 1970, Brazil defeated Italy 4-1 and won the World Cup for the third time. Rivelino fainted at the final whistle and had to be carried from the field. The shirt is offered from a family source and is expected to realise £25,000-35,000.

A further highlight is the 1970 F.A. Cup Winners medal awarded to Chelsea Captain Ron ‘Chopper’ Harris (estimate: £8,000-12,000). Harris is a legend of Chelsea football club, having captained the team during the 1960s and 1970s and led them to European glory at the 1971 European Cup Winner’s Cup Final victory against Real Madrid. He was feared as one of the toughest defenders of his generation, and this was perhaps best illustrated by his physical display during the 1970 F.A. Cup Final against Leeds United. With Leeds winning 2 goals to 1 at Wembley and only five minutes remaining, Harris took a quick free kick to set up Ian Hutchinson for an equalizer. The replay was another physical contest at Old Trafford on 29 April, and Chelsea went on to win 2-1 after extra time to win the F.A. Cup for the first time.

The shirt worn by World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore in his last ever English League match will be offered with an estimate of £3,000-5,000. The match between Fulham and Blackburn Rovers on the 14 May 1977 was also Moore’s 1,000th senior game and his 804th league appearance. A further highlight is the shirt worn by Eric Cantona in his last ever league appearance for Manchester United against West Ham United on 11 May 1997 (estimate: £1,500-2,000). The shirt was swapped after the match with John Moncur, and was then won in a national newspaper competition by the current owner. The boots worn by Cantona in his last ever professional game for Manchester United against Coventry City in the David Busst Testimonial on 16 May 1997 will be offered with an estimate of £500-800.

Further highlights of the sale include the 1935 F.A. Cup winner's medal awarded to Sheffield Wednesday player Mark Hooper (estimate: £4,000-6,000), a selection of caps, medals and shirts associated with the career of the former Celtic, Crystal Palace, Sunderland and Scotland striker John 'Yogi' Hughes, including a medal presented to him by Celtic after their European Cup triumph in Lisbon in 1967 (estimate: £3,000-5,000) and a selection of items relating to the career of Danny Blanchflower, including his 1962

F.A. Cup winner’s medal (estimate: £7,000-10,000), 1961 League Championship medal (estimate: £12,000-18,000) and his 1958 Footballer of the Year Trophy (estimate: £6,000-8,000).

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 The above shirt was worn by George Best in the 1970 F.A.Cup 5th Round match against Northampton Town. In the match played on 7th February 1970 at the County Ground, Manchester United defeated Northampton Town 8-2, George Best equalling the F.A.Cup scoring record by scoring six goals

LOT 45

A RED MANCHESTER UNITED SHIRT
No.11, with crew-neck collar, the reverse autographed by George Best, framed and glazed, 30 x 30in. (76.3 x 76.3cm) overall; a letter of provenance on News of the World headed paper stating the the vendor of the shirt had won their competition; four other various letters of provenance; and a colour photograph of the vendor receiving the shirt at Wembley (7)

Estimate : 20,000 - 30,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by George Best in the 1970 F.A.Cup 5th Round match against Northampton Town. In the match played on 7th February 1970 at the County Ground, Manchester United defeated Northampton Town 8-2, George Best equalling the F.A.Cup scoring record by scoring six goals

The shirt was won by the vendor in a News of the World competition

 The above shirt was worn by Rivelino in the 1970 World Cup final against Italy. Without doubt the Brazil team of the 1970 World Cup is classed amongst the best footballing sides of all times. The final played at The Azteca Stadium, Mexico City on 21st June 1970 before 107,000 spectators was, arguably, the greatest final of any World Cup to date.

LOT 43

A YELLOW AND GREEN BRAZIL V. ITALY, 1970 WORLD CUP FINAL SHIRT
No.11, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed CBD; with a signed letter of provenance from Rivelino

THE FOLLOWING LOT RELATES TO THE CAREER OF BRAZIL INTERNATIONAL AND WORLD CUP WINNER ROBERTO RIVELINO

Born in Sao Paulo, Roberto Rivelino was regarded as one of the best midfielders ever to play the game. He made his name famous world wide with his vicious cannon-like free-kicks, long range shooting and dribbling skills. One particularly famous move of his, was called the elastic dribble. Playing in all of Brazil's matches at the 1970 World Cup tournament he scored three goals including a trademark thunderous free-kick against Czechoslovakia in their first match. Rivelino also played in the 1974 and 1978 World Cups, although with less success (4th and 3rd places respectively). He made over 100 appearances for Brazil and scored 43 goals

Estimate : 25,000 - 35,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Rivelino in the 1970 World Cup final against Italy. Without doubt the Brazil team of the 1970 World Cup is classed amongst the best footballing sides of all times. The final played at The Azteca Stadium, Mexico City on 21st June 1970 before 107,000 spectators was, arguably, the greatest final of any World Cup to date. Brazil with Rivelino, Jairzinho, Gerson and, of course, Pele in sensational form, produced a performance of football artistry, which is unlikely to be bettered, by defeating Italy 4-1. Pele scored the first goal of the match, which was also the 100th goal scored by Brazil in World Cup tournaments, with further strikes from Jairzinho, Gerson and Carlos Alberto, with Boninsegna scoring Italy's solitary reply

 

 The above shirt was worn by Neil Gibson in the historic Scotland v. England International, in the match played on 7th April 1900 at Celtic Park, Scotland defeated England 4-1

LOT 120

A PRIMROSE AND PINK SCOTLAND V. ENGLAND, INTERNATIONAL SHIRT, 1900
with button-up collar and embroidered Thistle and Rose badge, inscribed 1900, some slight colour fade; a pink watered silk Scotland v. England International cap, 1900, peak stained and areas of fraying; a Glasgow Evening News commemorative print, circa 1930, 19½ x 10¼in. (49.5 x 26cm) overall, framed and glazed; and a black and white press photograph of the 1900 Scotland team reunion, 1930 (4)
 

Estimate : 1,000 - 1,200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Neil Gibson in the historic Scotland v. England International, in the match played on 7th April 1900 at Celtic Park, Scotland defeated England 4-1

"I have never seen my colours so well sported since Ladas won the Derby." These were the words of Lord Rosebery to the Scotland Captain Jacky Robertson after the match against England at Celtic Park on 7th April, 1900. The goal scorers for the Scots that day were Bob McColl (3) and Jack Bell.

 

The above shirt was worn by Paolo di Canio in the 2000-01 F.A. Cup match against Manchester United

LOT 110

A BLUE WEST HAM UNITED SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.10, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed West Ham United, the reverse lettered Di Canio, the sleeves with F.A. Premier League flashes

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Paolo di Canio in the 2000-01 F.A. Cup match against Manchester United

 

A BLUE SCOTLAND V. ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHIRT

LOT 34

A BLUE SCOTLAND V. ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHIRT
with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed S V E, 1910, large area of sun fading

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : In the above match played on 2nd April 1910 at Hampden Park, Scotland defeated England 2-0

 

 A WHITE AND BLUE TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1987 F.A.CUP FINAL SHIRT

LOT 90

A WHITE AND BLUE TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1987 F.A.CUP FINAL SHIRT
No.14, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed THFC, F.A.Cup Final, 1987

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : Christie's Glasgow, Football Memorabilia, 15 October, 1997, Lot 146

 

The above shirt was worn by Mauro Bellugi in the Italy v. Spain match played in Rome on the 21st December 1978, which Italy won 1-0

LOT 129

A BLUE ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHIRT
No.5, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Italia

 

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Mauro Bellugi in the Italy v. Spain match played in Rome on the 21st December 1978, which Italy won 1-0

 

The above shirt is an official 1999 F.A.Cup Final spare example United

LOT 127

A RED MANCHESTER UNITED SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.18, with zip-up collar and embroidered badge, inscribed Manchester United, F.A.Cup Final, 1999, the reverse lettered Scholes, the sleeves with AXA F.A.Cup flashes

Estimate : 350 - 550 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official 1999 F.A.Cup Final spare example United

 

 

The above shirt was worn by Pele in the Brazil v. England friendly match at the Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro. In the match played on 12th June 1969, Brazil defeated England 2-1.

LOT 109

A YELLOW BRAZIL V. ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No. 10, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed CBD, the front bearing 22 signatures including Pele, Jairzinho and Djalma Dias (front and reverse severely stained and soiled, some signatures faded).

Estimate : 2,000 - 3,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Pele in the Brazil v. England friendly match at the Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro. In the match played on 12th June 1969, Brazil defeated England 2-1.

 

The above shirt was worn by Riccardo Carapellese in the match against Czechoslovakia played in Bari on 14/12/47. Italy won 3-1, Carapellese scoring one goal. Carapellese made 16 appearances for the National side scoring ten goals. The shirt was presented by him to the Chairman of Bari Football Club after the match (the first International match to be played in Bari) who in turn presented it to the vendor's father

LOT 42

A BLUE KNITTED ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHIRT No. 11, with crew-neck collar and cloth badge, several moth holes and slight discolouration to badge

 Estimate : 700 - 1,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Riccardo Carapellese in the match against Czechoslovakia played in Bari on 14/12/47. Italy won 3-1, Carapellese scoring one goal. Carapellese made 16 appearances for the National side scoring ten goals. The shirt was presented by him to the Chairman of Bari Football Club after the match (the first International match to be played in Bari) who in turn presented it to the vendor's father

 

The above shirt is an official 2003-04 v. Nistelrooy spare example

LOT 125

A RED MANCHESTER UNITED SHIRT
No.10, with crew-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed Manchester United, the reverse lettered V. Nistelrooy, the sleeves with Barclays Premership Champions 2002-03 flashes
 

Estimate : 150 - 200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official 2003-04 spare example

 

 

A WHITE AND BLUE TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1987 F.A.CUP FINAL SHIRT

LOT 89

A WHITE AND BLUE TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1987 F.A.CUP FINAL SHIRT
No.12, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed THFC, F.A.Cup Final 1987

Estimate : 400 - 600 British pounds

Lot notes : Christie's Glasgow, Football Memorabilia, 15 October, 1997, Lot 147

 

The above shirt was worn by Norberto Alonso in the Argentina Metropolitan Tournament match against Huracan, the match played on 5th March 1979

LOT 133

A WHITE AND RED RIVER PLATE SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.10, with v-neck collar; and a certificate of authenticity (2)

Estimate : 200 - 300 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Norberto Alonso in the Argentina Metropolitan Tournament match against Huracan, the match played on 5th March 1979

 

The above shirt was worn by Franco Baresi in the Scotland v. Italy match, played at Ibrox on the 18th November 1992

LOT 115

A WHITE ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHIRT
No.6, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Franco Baresi in the Scotland v. Italy match, played at Ibrox on the 18th November 1992

 

The above were worn by Ray Graydon for the Aston Villa v. Everton League Cup Final played at Wembley on the 12th March 1977. The match was drawn 0-0.

LOT 97

A CLARET AND BLUE ASTON VILLA 1977 LEAGUE CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.7, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed F.L.Cup, Aston Villa F.C., Wembley, 1977; a claret tracksuit top, with embroidered badge, inscribed F.L.Cup, Aston Villa F.C., Wembley 1977, the reverse lettered Aston Villa; a pair of claret tracksuit bottoms; a pair of white shorts with claret and blue stripes; a pair of blue socks with claret and white stripes; and a certificate of authenticity (5)
 

Estimate : 800 - 1,200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above were worn by Ray Graydon for the Aston Villa v. Everton League Cup Final played at Wembley on the 12th March 1977. The match was drawn 0-0. The first replay was played at Hillsborough on the 16th March 1977 and was drawn 1-1. The second replay was played at Old Trafford on the 13th April 1977, where Villa defeated Everton 3-2

 

The above shirt is an official spare example produced for the 2005-06 Asia Tour

LOT 123

A RED MANCHESTER UNTED SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.9, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed Manchester United, the reverse lettered Saha, the front of the shirt bearing eight autographs including Saha, Heinze, Ronaldo, Van Nistelrooy, Keane etc

Estimate : 150 - 200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official spare example produced for the 2005-06 Asia Tour

 

The above shirt was worn by Jan Urban and gained by Kenny Sansom as a swap after the 1986 World Cup Group match against Poland. In the match played on 11th June in Monterrey, England defeated Poland 3-0

LOT 105

A RED POLAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.8, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Polska; and letter of provenance from Kenny Sansom stating that he swapped the shirt with Jan Urban after the 1986 World Cup match against Poland; and a colour team line-up photograph of Poland prior to the match (3)

Estimate : 150 - 200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Jan Urban and gained by Kenny Sansom as a swap after the 1986 World Cup Group match against Poland. In the match played on 11th June in Monterrey, England defeated Poland 3-0

 

The above shirt was worn by Julio Olarticoechea in the 1986 World Cup Final

LOT 29

A BLUE AND WHITE AIRTEX ARGENTINA 1986 WORLD CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.16, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed AFA

Estimate : 2,000 - 3,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Julio Olarticoechea in the 1986 World Cup Final

 

 The above shirt was worn by Roberto Baggio in the Italy v. Bulgaria match played in Cesena on 20th September 1989, which Italy won 4-0, with Baggio scoring 2 goals

LOT 113

A BLUE ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.7, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Italia, FIGC

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Roberto Baggio in the Italy v. Bulgaria match played in Cesena on 20th September 1989, which Italy won 4-0, with Baggio scoring 2 goals

 

The above shirt was worn by Alessandro Del Piero in the Italy v. Georgia match in Ancona on the 11th October 2000. Italy won the match 2-0, with Del Piero scoring both goals

LOT 121

A BLUE ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.11, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Italia, the reverse signed by Del Piero

Estimate : 400 - 600 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Alessandro Del Piero in the Italy v. Georgia match in Ancona on the 11th October 2000. Italy won the match 2-0, with Del Piero scoring both goals

 

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LOT 111

A RED MANCHESTER UNITED SHIRT
No.7, with button-up collar and embroidered badge, inscribed Manchester United Football Club, sleeves with embroidered Champions League badges, front of shirt signed and inscribed "A Gary, La Souvenir de MU . Porto, 5th March 97, Eric Cantona", framed and glazed, 44½ x 36½in. (113 x 92.5cm.) overall
 

Estimate : 1,000 - 2,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Eric Cantona in the Manchester United v. Porto, Champions League Quarter Final, 1st Leg. In the match played at Old Trafford on the 5th March 1997, Manchester United defeated Porto 4-0, with Cantona scoring one goal

 

 

The above shirt and shorts were worn by Ralph Banks in the 1953 F.A.Cup final

LOT 17

A WHITE BOLTON WANDERERS 1953 F.A.CUP FINAL SHIRT
No.3, with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed 1953, F.A.Cup Final; a pair of blue and white shorts; and a black and white photograph of Ralph Banks being introduced to Prince Philip (3)
 

Estimate : 2,000 - 3,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt and shorts were worn by Ralph Banks in the 1953 F.A.Cup final

 

The above shirt was worn by Rivelino in the 1974 World Cup Group match against Yugoslavia, the match ending in a 0-0 draw

LOT 113

A YELLOW BRAZIL V. YUGOSLAVIA INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.10, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed CBD; an official Brazilian press pass and two letters of provenance relating to the shirt (3)

Estimate : 3,000 - 5,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Rivelino in the 1974 World Cup Group match against Yugoslavia, the match ending in a 0-0 draw ,Christie's South Kensington, Football Memorabilia, 23 September 2003, Lot 51

 

The above shirt is an official 1998-99 Champions League spare example

LOT 128

A WHITE MANCHESTER UNITED SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.28, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Manchester United Football Club, the reverse lettered Curtis, the right sleeve with Champions League flashes

Estimate : 150 - 250 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official 1998-99 Champions League spare example

 

 A RED ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT

LOT 136

A RED ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.4, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge

Estimate : 150 - 200 British pounds

 

The above shirt is an official 2002-03 spare example

LOT 126

A BLUE MANCHESTER UNITED SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.22, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Manchester United, the reverse lettered O'Shea, the sleeves with F.A. Premier League flashes


Estimate : 150 - 200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official 2002-03 spare example

 

The above shirt is an official spare example issued to Tony Adams

LOT 108

A RED ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHIRT
No.5, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed England, FIFA World Cup, France 1998, the reverse lettered Adams

Estimate : 200 - 300 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official spare example issued to Tony Adams

 

The above shirt was worn by Gianfranco Zola in a 1995 international friendly match. We are unable to identify in which match the shirt was worn

LOT 116

A WHITE ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.10, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio

Estimate : 250 - 350 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Gianfranco Zola in a 1995 international friendly match. We are unable to identify in which match the shirt was worn

 

The above shirt is an official 2004-05 spare example

LOT 124

A BLACK MANCHESTER UNITED SHIRT
No.10, with crew-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed Manchester United, the reverse lettered V. Nistelrooy, the sleeves with Barclays Premership flashes

Estimate : 150 - 200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official 2004-05 spare example

 

The above shirt is an official spare example issued to Steve McManaman

LOT 106

A WHITE ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHIRT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.11, with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed England, FIFA World Cup, France 1998, the reverse lettered McManaman

Estimate : 200 - 300 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official spare example issued to Steve McManaman

 The above Manchester United shirt is the one worn by Eric Cantona in his last Premiership game for Manchester United against West Ham United on 11th May 1997. The shirt was gained as a swap by the West Ham United player John Moncur who then gave it to The Sun newspaper to offer it as a prize in a contest run by the newspaper.

LOT 88

A RED MANCHESTER UNITED SHIRT
No.7, with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Manchester United Football Club, the reverse lettered Cantona; a framed letter of provenance signed by John Moncur, dated 20th May 1997, stating that the Manchester United shirt was gained by him as a swap with Eric Cantona after the match against West Ham United on 11th May 1997; and a newspaper cutting from The Sun, dated 7th June 1997 depicting the vendor of the shirt after she had won it in a competition run by the newspaper

Estimate : 1,500 - 2,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above Manchester United shirt is the one worn by Eric Cantona in his last Premiership game for Manchester United against West Ham United on 11th May 1997. The shirt was gained as a swap by the West Ham United player John Moncur who then gave it to The Sun newspaper to offer it as a prize in a contest run by the newspaper.

 

The above shirt is an official spare example produced for Michael Owen

LOT 132

A RED LIVERPOOL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.10, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed F.A. Charity Shield, L.F.C., Cardiff 2001, the reverse lettered Owen, the sleeves with 'One 2 One' Charity Shield flashes

Estimate : 300 - 500 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official spare example produced for Michael Owen

 

The above shirt was worn by Paolo Maldini in the Italy v. Portugal U.S. Cup match in New Haven on 31st May 1992

LOT 114

A BLUE ITALY INTERNATIONAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.5, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio

Estimate : 400 - 600 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Paolo Maldini in the Italy v. Portugal U.S. Cup match in New Haven on 31st May 1992

 

 

 

 The above shirt was worn by Simone Perrotta in the first half of the 2006 World Cup Final. In the match played in the Olympiastadion Berlin on the 9th July 2006, Italy defeated France 5-3 on penalties after extra time. Italy's fourth World Cup victory makes them the most successful European team in World Cup history

LOT 130

A BLUE ITALY 2006 WORLD CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.20, with crew-neck collar and printed badge inscribed Italia, FIGC, right sleeve with embroidered badge, inscribed FIFA World Cup, Germany 2006, the reverse lettered Perrotta

Estimate : 1,000 - 1,500 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Simone Perrotta in the first half of the 2006 World Cup Final. In the match played in the Olympiastadion Berlin on the 9th July 2006, Italy defeated France 5-3 on penalties after extra time. Italy's fourth World Cup victory makes them the most successful European team in World Cup history

 

The above shirt is an official spare example issued to Steve McManaman

LOT 122

A WHITE ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL SHIRT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.11, with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed England, FIFA World Cup, France 1998, the reverse lettered McManaman

Estimate : 250 - 350 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt is an official spare example issued to Steve McManaman

 

The above shirt was worn by Bobby Moore in his final English League match against Blackburn Rovers on 14th May 1977. It was also his 1000th senior game and his 804th league appearance. The shirt was subsequently given to Fulham manager Bobby Campbell by Moore after the match

LOT 112

A RED AND BLACK FULHAM SHIRT
No.6, with v-neck collar; with a signed letter of provenance from Bobby Campbell
 

Estimate : 3,000 - 5,000 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt was worn by Bobby Moore in his final English League match against Blackburn Rovers on 14th May 1977. It was also his 1000th senior game and his 804th league appearance. The shirt was subsequently given to Fulham manager Bobby Campbell by Moore after the match

 

The above shirt, tracksuit and socks were worn by Ray Graydon for the Aston Villa v. Norwich City League Cup Final. In the Final held at Wembley on the 1st March 1975, Aston Villa defeated Norwich 1-0, with Graydon scoring the winning goal

LOT 94

A CLARET AND BLUE AIRTEX ASTON VILLA 1975 LEAGUE CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.7, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed F.L. Cup Final, Aston Villa F.C., Wembley 1975; a blue tracksuit top, with embroidered badge, inscribed F.L. Cup Final, Aston Villa F.C., Wembley 1975, the reverse lettered Aston Villa; a pair of purple tracksuit bottoms; and a pair of blue socks with claret and white stripes; with certificate of authenticity (4)

Estimate : 800 - 1,200 British pounds

Lot notes : The above shirt, tracksuit and socks were worn by Ray Graydon for the Aston Villa v. Norwich City League Cup Final. In the Final held at Wembley on the 1st March 1975, Aston Villa defeated Norwich 1-0, with Graydon scoring the winning goal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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