We buy and pay the highest prices for
quality football programme and memorabilia
collections. We are particularly interested
in Pre-War, War-time, 1940's and early
1950s material. If you have football
programmes to sell please phone 07831
872359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for a quote
We are specialist UK based football
programme established in 1986. We
have over half a million football
programmes for sale online to collectors
and also run a regular auction.
Check also our football
programmes warehouse shop
our other services we value football programmes
here for a valuation and find out
what your football programmes are worth.
We also organise the biggest football
programme fairs in the UK.
have a selection of current, future and
recent back issues of ALL big match programmes
plus a host of special offers available
for secure credit card purchase in our
PROGRAMME OF THE MONTH
NATIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIERS8
new competition kicks off this autumn.
England's first ever game in the
competition versus Spain at Wembley
is already available to order. You
will find whatever is produced for
the away games in Croatia and Spain
plus the home match versus Croatia
in our onlineshop.
purchase from our back catalogue of over
500,000 collectable football programmes...
use the catalogue section buttons on
the left to navigate the site.
off a copy of our Order
form, enter your selections and
post when completed with your payment
(Cheque, Postal Order or Banknotes -
all major currencies accepted). Refer
to our general
information page for full details.
you wish to pay with Paypal copy and paste
your requirements into the Order form
then send this completed form to us via
email to email@example.com
- we will then contact you with the total
amount payable. You do NOT have to use
the form and emails simply listing your
requirements are perfectly acceptable.
Brighton v Chester 1950/1 -
New Brighton's last home match
in the Football League!
Brighton were the first club
to lose their League status
after the Second World War having
failed to gain re-election in
1951. This eight page programme
is in good condition, NO added
to view the entire 250 item