The scamonebay website made a guide about buying signed shirts on Ebay which can help you buy the real deal.  

Heres a few facts to follow when buying a signed shirt.They are easy to spot and there are some easy rules to follow when buying a signed shirt.

1. Don't buy of eBay con men (obviously but what are the tell tale signs?)

2. Make sure they can show you photo's of the players signing the shirt

3. Don’t buy off anyone using "private auctions" were you can't see the other bidders identities - this helps them fraud you in two ways, first they can push the price up artificially and secondly its stops quality operators from contacting you and letting you know that its a fake.

4. Don’t buy from anyone that hides their feedback - WHY would a reputable dealer do that - a real dealer’s feedback is his pride and joy and they would NEVER hide it. IGNORE Certificates of Authenticity - they mean nothing and we only make them up ourselves on the computer - the only CoA that is worth anything is if it is on official club paper.

In a media briefing at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Tuesday, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) and Tiger Beer announced their five year strategic partnership with global sports brand Nike.

The partnership, effective immediately, starts with Nike kitting the Singapore National Team, Under-23, Under-21 and Young Lions with their home, away and training outfits. The deal also extends to all teams and academies under the FAS umbrella over the five year period.

Associate Professor Ho Peng Kee, President of the FAS says: "The FAS is delighted to welcome Nike as our partner. The strategic alliance will give us the opportunity to leverage the resources, experience and network of global sports icon Nike and the world acclaimed Tiger Beer."

"We are confident that this partnership will play a key role in the Singapore football roadmap."

In January 2007, 4 vintage shirts were sold on Ebay, including a Match Worn England Youth 1963 Centenary Year Shirt Made by Bukta. The seller added the following information:

You are bidding on a 1963 England Youth Jersey made by Bukta and worn by John Sissons in the match held at Wembley Stadium v Rest of The U.K Youth to celebrate the F.A CentenaryYear.

This shirt has the red number 10 sewn on the back.

This shirt was swopped by George Graham and was one of five jerseys bought at a local church auction which were kindly donated by him.



Swindon Town announced that kit makers Lotto will be supplying the new home and away shirts from the 2007-08 campaign.

The new 2-year deal with the kit making giants will bring to an end the current deal with Lonsdale and will see the improved financial terms benefit the club.

Italian sports brand Lotto, who have signed a two year deal, will replace Lonsdale as the new kit makers and have selected two home and two away strips to pick from.




In the famous year of 1966, Adidas partnered with Le Coq Sportif. The partnership was based on complementary strengths.

Le Coq Sportif, the textile specialist introduced the German company to the world of French athletes, while brought its Leather skills and International presence to the table.

It was the best of both worlds.....






It would seem these days that every collector worth his salt has got a match worn Maradona shirt proudly displayed on his website.By Chris Forshaw

It would seem these days that every collector worth his salt has got a match worn Maradona shirt proudly displayed on his website. That might not seem strange in itself but the very fact that there are so many Maradona shirts described as match worn does beg the question.....Are they all genuine?

I have no doubts that during his playing career in Europe and, indeed, Argentina opposition players all desperately vied for the shirt swap with Diego at the end of 90 minutes of being dragged all over the park. Those players, on the whole, were not as ridiculously rewarded financially as today’s stars, which is reflected in the amount of former players who end up selling their treasured items.

It would be interesting listening to the kitmen of Maradona’s various clubs in order to ascertain just how many shirts he went through a season. Did he swap shirts every game requiring a new shirt each match?

The past few days a lot of Manchester city fans visited this site to take a look at the 1969 F.A. Cup Final shirt which was sold at Bonhams auction house. This caused some problems to our site, because this page contained more than 60 pictures, and we had to remove the article.  Anyway, here is your all-time classic.

Lot No: 287

1969 F.A. Cup Final shirt

Official Manchester City players shirt, made for the final, versus Leicester City. Manchester City Crest embroidered "M.C.F.C. Wembley 1969". Spare shirt not issued.

Estimate: £200 - 300
We are informed that the players were only issued with one shirt, worn for the match. A very limited number of "spares" were also made, but were never available to the public.

Lotto Sport Italia was established in 1973 by the Caberlotto family in Montebelluna, northern Italy, the world centre of footwear manufacturing.In June 1973, Lotto made its debut as a sports footwear manufacturer. Tennis shoes signaled the beginning of production, followed by models for basketball, volleyball, athletics and football.

Sports clothing was the company’s next venture. In the first 10 years, Lotto focused on the Italian market and became a product leader in tennis.

During its first decade, corporate strategy concentrated on making tennis footwear and clothing, and early on sponsored big names from the professional tennis circuit (Martina Navratilova, Boris Becker, Thomas Muster, Andrea Gaudenzi) -

a strategy that brought the early victories at Wimbledon, the US Open and Roland Garros.

In January 2007 a collection of vintage matchworn football shirts failed to sell. One of the shirts was a: Martin Peters England (World Cup66) match worn shirt from 1973-74.This is a very historic players shirt England vs Wales at Wembley Stadium 3-1.

Martin Peters Full international match worrn number 11 white England shirt as worn on the night vs Wales.

Peters scored the third goal in this match. This shirt was swapped with Rod Thomas of Wales who was marking him at Wembley. Comes with a genuine signed certificate from Rod Thomas.

Has tiny holes in cloth otherwise good condition and 100% genuine piece of top quailty memorabilia from Martin

Peters the World Cup Winner of 1966 who scored a goal in the final. Played for West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich City

£1,200.00 (not sold)




lovel deals

Earlier in the Season Fulham registered a superb win over Newcastle United thanks to goals from Brian McBride and Carlos Bocanegra. For the game Fulham wore their blue third strip; a kit that will never be made available for retail.

This once in a lifetime opportunity will give the Fulham fans the chance to own the match issue shirt by their favourite Fulham player. Not only will you get this authentic merchandise, but the shirt will also be signed by the player to complete this unique opportunity. First up are Michael Brown and Papa Bouba Diop; and your other favourites will follow soon.

Description: This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any Fulham fan to own the actual shirt, worn on the day of the Newcastle United away game, by Papa Bouba Diop. Not only is it signed by Papa himself but this kit was only ever worn once and will never be made available for retail.