The red & white striped Sheffield United shirt worn by Jack Pickering in the F.A. Cup final v Arsenal at Wembley Stadium 25th April 1936, by Bukta for Jack Archer Sports Outfitters, 90 Bramhall [sic] Lane, Sheffield, the neck tag inscribed in ink with the initials J.P., long-sleeved, embroidered silkwork badge bearing the Coat of Arms of Sheffield.
Jack Pickering was born in High Green, Sheffield, in 1908, and learned his football at Barnsley Grammar School. The inside-left was signed by Sheffield United in 1925 where Pickering made a total of 344 League Appearances and scored 101 goals until 1948. He was also capped for England on one occasion. In the 1936 F.A. Cup Final, United were defeated 1-0 by Arsenal.