Bobby Moore, at 18-years old.

Robert Frederick Chelsea "Bobby" Moore OBE was an English professional footballer. He captained West Ham United for more than ten years and was captain of the England team that won the 1966 World Cup.

Chelsea goalkeeper Peter ‘The Cat’ Bonetti makes a flying save as teammate Eddie McCreadie watches on during the FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool, 1965

Chelsea goalkeeper Peter ‘The Cat’ Bonetti makes a flying save during the 1965 FA Cup semi final against Liverpool at Villa Park. R MELGAR

Burnley season ticket 1884/1885

World's oldest season ticket finds its way back to Burnley... 129 years later

1960 Burnley FC football champions of England's first division

1960 Burnley FC football champions of England's first division. We have a replica of this coach !

Brilliant Examples of Tilt-Shift Photography

Brilliant Examples of Tilt-Shift Photography - Ego - AlterEgo

Spurs win The FA Challenge Cup to become the only non-League Club, following the formation of the Football League in 1888, ever to achieve this honour. Picture shows the directors of Tottenham Hotspur.

the directors after we won the cup as an amateur side 1901 , note the old fa cup

Manchester United's Sandy Turnbull (out of shot) scores the winning goal in the 22nd.minute against Bristol City in the1909 FA Cup Final at Crystal Palace.

Bristol City lost to Manchester United in 1909 FA Cup Final at Crystal Palace

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, European Tour for Sweden and Denmark,

Arsenal beat Darwen 11-1 at Highbury in 1932 in the 3rd round of the FA Cup. Non-league Darwen had knocked out Chester in the previous round but were no match for the Gunners.

Golden Years: FA Cup third round: Arsenal v Spurs, Hereford, Wrexham

Arsenal 11 Darwen 1 in Jan 1932 at Highbury. Action as Arsenal smash Darwen in the FA Cup Round.

Spurs 1901 - the first non-league team to win the FA Cup

Football's golden years: From non-League Spurs to Swindon, Sutton and Yeovil... giantkillers Bradford can take heart from the game's rich history of cup upsets

the 1901 FA Cup final replay between Tottenham and Sheffield United at Burnden Park. After a draw in the first match at Crystal Palace, non-League Spurs won in front of a crowd of

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