11. February 2010 17:29
Like many football teams icons had outgrown its current home. As such we've moved up the hill from our original Camden Town base to a new warehouse in Kentish Town. Our web and email addresses stay the same of course but if you want to come and see us or send us anything our new address is Icons.com, Highgate Business Centre, 33 Greenwood Place, London, NW5 1LB, UK. We also have a new phone number so if you want to speak to Natalie about customer service, or any other member of the team, call us on +44 (0)20 7267 3934. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you want to know what the building looks like, it's like this
and no, The Ghostbusters don't work downstairs from us.
1. July 2009 12:27
The icons sale is in full swing and we've decided to slash our last few remaining Emmanuel Adebayor signed products even further.
Signed Arsenal shirts are down £110 to £39.99, signed photos down £45 to £19.99, while signed canvases are an incredible £120 off at £29.99.
We're clearing this stock so we can bring some incredible new names to you in the new season.
Grab a summer sale bargain while you can.
22. June 2009 12:26
The icons summer sale starts today and there's never been a better time to pick up a great deal on our superb football memorabilia.
We've knocked £50 off our Cristiano Ronaldo signed Champions League shirts and with Ronnie nearing the Old Trafford exit door this is likely to be the last time any Man Utd shirts are available from an official signing session. At only £149.99 they are likely to be a sound investment.
Also reduced from Ronaldo are signed action photographs of him celebrating his goal in the Champions League final - down from £99.99 to £79.99, a saving of 20%.
If you're after Chelsea memorabilia then Deco shirts at £39.99 are an incredible bargain, while Spurs fans can get 20% off Jimmy Greaves shirts at £79.99.
Keep checking back for the latest special offers.
5. June 2009 12:25
Is Cristiano Ronaldo only the 50th best player ever to play for Manchester United? Not even as good as Andy, sorry, Andrew Cole?
The Times released their list of the 50 best footballers to play for Manchester United this week, and as always with these lists there were some surprising choices.
Sir Bobby Charlton headed the 50 at number one: survivor of the Munich air crash, inspiration at Wembley 68 and chief protagonist behind bringing Alex Ferguson to Old Trafford, it's hard to argue against those credentials.
George Best, one of the most charismatic and skilful players not only of the Sixties but of all time, was second, with Munich victim Duncan Edwards at number three.
The enigmatic Eric Cantona came in at fourth, with captain marvel Bryan Robson at five, while record appearance holder Ryan Giggs was ranked seven.
Icons has a great choice of Man Utd memorabilia available from the players. Number is where they came in the Times ranking.
50 Cristiano Ronaldo memorabilia
42 Jaap Stam memorabilia
35 Teddy Sheringham memorabilia
8 Denis Law memorabilia
7 Ryan Giggs memorabilia
5 Bryan Robson memorabilia
4 Eric Cantona memorabilia
2 George Best memorabilia
1 Bobby Charlton memorabilia