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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
1987 FA Cup Final Coventry v Tottenham Official Programme

1987 FA Cup Final Coventry v Tottenham Official Programme
1987 FA Cup Final Coventry v Tottenham Official Programme
1987 FA Cup Final Coventry v Tottenham official programme. Coventry v Tottenham 3-2. The programme is in good condition although there are two creases down the middle of the cover. Spurs were after a record eight FA Cup triumph and had never lost an FA Cup final; Coventry were appearing in their first final after 104 years.
There could, surely, only be one winner. When footballer of the year Clive Allen headed home his 49th goal of a magnificent season as early as the second minute, Wembley prepared for an avalanche.

But Coventry had other ideas. Dave Bennett, a cup final loser at the hands of Spurs with Manchester City six years earlier, equalised. Though Gary Mabbutt put Spurs back in front, defiant Coventry hit back again with a superb diving header from Keith Houchen.

The scene was set for a dramatic extra time dogfight, but the winning goal was cruel luck on loyal Spurs servant Mabbutt. As Lloyd McGrath centred, the Tottenham captain stuck out a knee and only succeeded in steering the ball up and over his own goalkeeper, Ray Clemence.

down the middle of the cover.
£ 7.00