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Soccerbid were the first and ONLY memorabilia company in the world to be seen weekly on Sky Sports, Setanta & Match of the Day.
 

The following papers have featured Soccerbid and have written positive
stories about us.

The following radio stations regularly feature our items.

We are a registered dealer of Universal Autograph Collectors Club: No 294

We are also board members of Aftal

AFTAL are working together with the Police, Trading Standards, and Customs and Revenue officers to monitor and help stamp out the ever-growing problem of non-authentic signed memorabilia being sold and distributed throughout the UK. 

 
 
Soccerbid was delighted to have supplied memorabillia to help raise 26 Million pounds for the 2011 appeal
 
As seen on ITV 1 "May the Best House Win" November 2011
 
As seen on the Quest channel (on Sky, Virgin & Freeview) December 2011
1 Bob Champion Grand National winning photo

1 Bob Champion Grand National winning photo
If you have not seen the film starring John Hurt or not read the amazing story of Bob Champion here is the extract. "A few moments after 3.20 the thirty-nine runners, ready to complete for a first prize of 51,324, moved up to the starting tapes and began to sort themselves in to some kind of order. Some jockeys, like the brilliant double champion John Francome on So and Philip Blacker on the top weight Royal Mail, opted for the inside where the advantage of fewer horses was offset perhaps by the steeper drops they would encounter. A dozen horses and riders joined Bob Champion on the wide outside of the course. Bob walked round quietly on Aldaniti watching carefully as the starter, Captain Dick Smalley, mounted his rostrum. A white flag was raised and a few seconds later, to an expectant roar, Captain Smalley pressed the lever in his hand, the tapes rose and the field for the 1981 Grand National surged off towards the first fence some four hundred and fifty yards away. Bob Champion's distinctive white colours could be seen on Aldaniti on the outside.

Aldaniti is unbelievably tough. I always knew he would gallop until he dropped and I'm convinced that if, during the race, I had pointed him at a twenty-foot brick wall he would have gone straight through it. He was exhausted at the end but however tired he would have kept galloping for ten miles. His guts won the race. Nothing else.

I must admit I thought if I won the Grand National it would be one of the seven wonders of the world. It proves miracles do happen. Some people wrote us off as two old crocks together but I think we proved in the race we are not quite past it yet".

All this after recovering from cancer

 
£ 45.00 unframed add a frame for 10