Iconic sale of Premier League football memorabilia to celebrate three decades of top-flight football
To celebrate 3 decades of the topmost league in English football and the remarkable players, clubs and matches it has played host to since 1992… we will be staging a very special auction dedicated to Premier League football memorabilia.
We’ve hunted down over 350 iconic items from the Premier League. But not just any items, the shirt worn by Sergio Aguero when he scored the league-winning goal for Manchester City in 2012 to Patrick Vieira's Arsenal no.4 home jersey worn v Manchester United at Highbury, 1st February 2005, the match remembered for the famous tunnel incident with Roy Keane before kick-off.
Join us in celebrating the most beautiful league in the history of football with an exciting auction on the 24th May.
Eric Cantona "invisible grey" Manchester United no.7 away jersey from 1995/6 season
Manchester United never won a game in their grey kit. On the 5th occasion they wore grey - a 3-1 loss to Southampton on 13th April 1996 - Alex Ferguson had the team change to blue and white striped kit at halftime.
Paul Allen rare 'baby' blue Tottenham Hotspur no.11 third-choice jersey from 1993/4 season
This jersey was prepared for Paul Allen for the opening match of the 1993-94 season. However, manager Ossie Ardiles did not select Allen for the game and the player left the club for Southampton the following month.
Alan Shearer's Newcastle United home jersey from 1997/8 season
Shearer signed for his hometown club in the summer of 1996. Over the decade he spent at the club, he became the Magpies' all-time top scorer and a true local legend.
Two miniature trophies commemorating Arsenal's Double winning 2001/2 season
Arsenal took the Premier League title in a 1-0 win against Manchester United on 8th May 2002, four days after taking victory in the FA Cup.
Sergio Agüero Manchester City no.16 jersey v Queen's Park Rangers, played at Etihad Stadium, 13th May 2012
£20,000 to £30,000
Wayne Rooney's signed Umbro XAI goal scoring boots worn during Everton v Arsenal, played at Goodison Park, 19th October 2002
£5,000 to £10,000
Patrick Vieira red Arsenal no.4 home jersey worn v Manchester United at Highbury, 1st February 2005
£4,000 to £6,000