A Glasgow North Eastern Cup cap awarded to Thomas Pollock Low in 1896, the black cap inscribed G N E and dated 1896 The Glasgow North Eastern Cup was won by Parkhead in 1895-96.

It seems plausible that Low and the other players received a cap rather than a medal. In the same season Parkhead were the runners-up in the Scottish Junior Cup.

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.

Cordoba Kicker Table football. H. 85 x 163.5 x 139 cm. Probably made in the 1960/70s.

Wooden construction, stained red, green/white linoleum, chrome-plated tubular steel. Figurines of cast aluminium, polychromatic paint, rubber. Marked: Badge: FUTBOL IN UK (...) BIRKENHEAD MERSEYSIDE.

Queens Park Rangers FC: a Merchant Navy prisoner-of-war tapestry dated 1942-43, bearing the Merchant Navy crest and inscribed QUEENS P. RANGERS, 1942-43, LEAGUE, WINNERS, CUP, FINALISTS, framed & glazed, 45 by 41cm., 17 3/4 by 16in.

This tapestry was made by Merchant Navy seamen at Milag Nord POW camp. They formed two teams, Newcastle United and QPR, and played each other regularly to keep spirits up. They even played a 'Cup final' every year. This continued for a period of four years.

A UEFA plaque, in the form of a glazed ceramic roundel of the UEFA crest, mounted on a wooden backboard with a plaque inscribed 1954-1979, 25 YEARS UEFA, TO THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, 40 by 30cm., 15 3/4 by 12in.

An elaborate 1930s football trophy, with three chromed footballers supporting a metal football that opens at the equator, all on a stepped base, 59cm., 23in.

'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.