The second oldest professional football club in the world, Stoke City FC were founded as Stoke Ramblers in 1863. They changed their name to Stoke City after Stoke-on-Trent was granted city status. Since 1878 their homeground was the Victoria Ground, but they moved to the Britannia Stadium in 1997T Shirt design reads: 1863 The Birth of Football Stoke Ramblers North Staffordshire railway worksOur
Condition of shirt - ExcellentSize - XLCondition details - Bright colours, nice material feel, badges are stitched, sponsor is great for the age with only minimal colour runMade by - AsicsPlayers - Devlin, Sheron, Sigurdsson, Whittle, WorthingtonNotes - Rare home shirt as worn when the side finished 12th place in Division One under boss Lou Macari beating local rivals West Brom, Port Vale and
Full coverage of the FA Cup Final held at Wembley Stadium on 14th May 2011 in which Manchester City beat Stoke City 1-0 to take their first major trophy since 1976. Also included is full coverage of the semi-final betwee...
Personalised English Football Club History BookWhat do you buy the football fan who already has the season ticket, kit and all the official merchandise going? For any avid Manchester United, Liverpool or Arsenal fan, the Personalised Football History is the ultimate keepsake tailored to the lucky recipients favourite team. Less a hobby and more a way of life, any football fanatic will have
Manchester City 1976 Football League Cup Final Retro Football Shirt This shirt is long sleeved and made from knitted cotton The shirt was worn the season after Citys great Football League Cup final win in 1976.
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This Kansas City Chiefs Snuggle Bear features a small, soft blanket attached to the bear making the perfect crib mate for your little fan. This officially licensed blanket has a team logo embroidered on the front. Made by Baby Fanatic 90-percent polyester with 10-percent cotton pile upside 100-percent polyester fiber fill 100-percent polyester underside Machine wash separately in cold water