George Best green Northern Ireland No.7 jersey worn in the World Cup qualifier v Switzerland at Windsor Park, Belfast, 14th October 1964, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar & cuffs, square I.F.A. cloth badge.

Sold with a letter of provenance. The letter of provenance supplied by the consignor states that this jersey came from the Noel Cantwell collection.

The blue Bristol City shirt worn by Bob Hardy in the F.A. Cup Final v Manchester United played at The Crystal Palace 24th April 1909.

Made by Harris's Sports Depot, Bristol, long-sleeved, the cloth badge with silkwork City Arms of Bristol; sold together with a Bristol published supplement (poor condition) that featured the 1909 Cup Final and includes a team-group portrait of the Bristol City Team.

Tibor Nyilasi: a red Hungary No.8 international jersey, long-sleeved. This jersey was gained as a swap by Phil Neal after the European Championship qualifier v Hungary at Wembley on 27th April 1983, a game England won 2-0.

Tibor Nyilasi played for Ferencvaros until switching to Austria Wien in 1983. Unfortunately Nyilasi is perhaps best remembered for he and a team-mate being sent off against Argentina in the 1982 World Cup.

Jose Torres: a white Portugal No.9 international jersey, short-sleeved, embroidered badge. This jersey was gained as a swap after England's final match in the so-called 'Little World Cup' in Brazil in the summer of 1964.

The game was played in Sao Paulo on 4th June and ended as a 1-1 draw. Torres was sent off in this game for mishandling the referee during a dispute over a decision.

'Eddie' Magill: a green Northern Ireland No.2 international jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered badge.

This Northern Ireland 1963 Bukta Match Worn Home Shirt was gained as a swap by Maurice Norman from 'Eddie' Magill of Arsenal following the match at Wembley on 20th November 1963. This was the 8-3 game.

Luis Vinicio: a sky blue No.9 Italian Football League representative jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered cloth badge inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, ITALIAN MATCH 1963-64. This match was played in the San Siro on 9th May 1964. The Italian League won 1-0.

Luis Vinicio was born in Brazil but came to Italy at the age of 23 to join Naples. His nickname was O Lione. He then transferred to Bologna and was a Vicenza player when representing the Italian League in 1964. In season 1965-66 he scored 25 goals in Serie A, a record that would not be broken until Marco van Basten eclipsed this feat in 1991-92. After his playing days he entered management in Italian football and has had many appointments including spells at Napoli and Lazio.

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