Poland 1970s White Retro Football Shirt. What did it for England in 1973 wasn’t the draw at Wembley to the Poles; it was the craven manner of their defeat to the Poles in Chorzow in front of 105000 fans. Bobby Moore’s mistake and Alan Ball’s sending off first deflated any hopes of a return to the World Cup. For that game Poland wore this white shirt and England, were clad in yellow! Kazimierz Deyna who won 97 Caps and scored 41 goals, a gifted playmaker who won the Golden Boot Award at the 1972 Olympics captained Poland at the 1974 World Cup.
Newcastle United Fairs Cup Commemorative Shirt. TOFFS have now produced a limited edition Newcastle United shirt, to commemorate the 1969 Fairs Cup win. This special edition shirt carries the name of all the players from that historic win, along with score line of 6-2.
Uruguay 1950 World Cup Final Retro Football Shirt. The ‘final’ of the 1950 World Cup if there was one was what all finals should have. A massive crowd; wonderful football, intrigue and suspense. Even today the victory by the Celestes (sky blues) over Brazil ranks as one of the great upsets in football; a ceremonial talk by the Governor of Rio celebrating the Brazilian victory before the game upsetting the Uruguayan contingent to the degree that when Brazil did score the Uruguayan captain, Obdulio Varela, strode manfully and ruefully to George Reader, the referee, argued pointlessly about the goal and still the crowd before announcing to his team mates ‘Now it’s time to win!’ And win they did; the defeat silencing the quarter of a million massed in the Maracana.
West Auckland 1st World Cup Winners 1909. West Auckland Town F.C. are a football club from West Auckland, County Durham, England, competing in the Northern League. The club are most famous for being the winners of the Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy, the world’s first international footballing competition, twice, in 1909 and 1911.
Berwick Rangers 1965-1967 Retro Football Shirt. As worn by the Dream Team in the famous 1-0 victory over Glasgow Rangers in front of A Shieldfield Park record attendance of 13,000 in January 1967, a result still widely considered to be the greatest shock in the history of the Scottish Cup. This shirt is long sleeved and made from knitted cotton. NB: On sizes 3XL plus the badge/embroidery may appear on an alternative stripe than pictured, depending on the size of the shirt.This is a bespoke product and could take up to 28 days to manufacture.All of our products are hand-made at our premises in the UK.