Polls

Bremner Vs Souness

Former Scotland midfield generals, Billy Bremner and Graeme Souness will both be remembered for being fierce competitors on the pitch for club and country. As captains they we’re both leaders of men, driving the Tartan Army into battle like William ‘Braveheart’ Wallace at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. They both had footballing ability which meant […]

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Polls

Greatest Football Boot Brand

Stylo Matchmakers, Gola and Dunlop classics we’re popular and affordable choices for budding footballers during the 60’s and 70’s. The 80’s was all about the modern classic, the Adidas Mundial and Puma Kings which have remained popular to this day. The 90’s saw major innovation from Adidas with the Predators and Nike introduced a rainbow […]

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Icons

Footballing Icons: Paul GASCOIGNE

The English midfield maverick grew up in Gateshead and it wasn’t long before his unique talents we’re spotted by his local team Newcastle United. Paul Gascoigne signed schoolboy terms with the team he supported as a boy in 1980 and by 1985 he was captaining the youth team to FA Youth Cup success which led […]

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Blog

Tangerine & Graphite is the colour

After the conclusion of the 1993/94 season the contract between Chelsea and sponsors Commodore / Amiga came to an end after seven years. A new sponsorship deal was confirmed with American lager giants ‘Coors’ in the summer of 1994. A time when football shirts lasted for two seasons and the home kit would remain the […]

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Gallery

Ayresome Park

Stuart Roy Clarke from Homes of Football brilliantly captures Boro fans on the standing terraces of Ayresome Park in the 90’s watching the match. The stadium was designed by famous architect Archibald Leitch and was opened in 1903, it remained the home ground for Middlesbrough FC until they moved to the modern all seater Riverside Stadium in […]

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Blog

FA Cup Magic

The Football Association Challenge Cup was the first knock out competition of its type when it was founded back in 1871 and it remains the oldest cup competition in World football. Over 150 years have passed but the magic of the cup is still extremely strong with over 700+ teams battling it out to ultimately […]

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Match

Chelsea 4 Tottenham Hotspur 3

Back in 1994, former Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle managed his Chelsea side to victory over his former club in dramatic fashion at Stamford Bridge. Tottenham Hotspur took an early 2-0 lead after just 18 minutes courtesy of goals from Steve Sedgley and Jason Dozzell but the Blues fought back with goals from Mal Donaghy, Mark […]

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Blog

The Miracle of Bern

In 1950 Germany was in a mess. The war-torn country was still trying to pick itself up following World War II. Football was slowly re-emerging in the late 1940s, but it took until 1950 for the German football structure to be fully functional, domestically and internationally. The German football association, DFB, officially re-formed on January […]

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Quiz

Spot the ball

To celebrate Michael Owen’s birthday we thought we’d create a spot the ball quiz from the England game that introduced him onto the international stage. SHOP the official England retro collection at 3Retro.com

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Player Q&A

90 seconds with Gordon ‘Flash’ Watson

Gordon ‘Flash’ Gordon begin his career at the Valley for his boyhood team Charlton Athletic in 1989 where he scored 7 goals which attracted the attention of Big Ron. The Sheffield Wednesday manager signed the promising striker for £250k which eventually rose to £350k based on appearances. During his time at Hillsborough, the forward made […]

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