England football memorabilia is hugely popular and that is why we are proud to present our huge range of signed shirts, photos and boots. We have signed England memorabilia from the 1966 World Cup winners through to present day heroes like Wayne Rooney.
Signed England Shirt
In 1966 England won their first and so far only World Cup. We have a great selection of England 1966 memorabilia, including replica shirts worn on that great day signed by ten of the victorious England team including the now deceased Alan Ball.
Signed England Photo
There is also one of icons most popular products, a colour shot of England's fourth goal signed by Geoff Hurst. We also have 1966 replica shirts signed by Geoff Hurst, and the ever popular 1966 yellow goalkeeping shirt signed by Gordon Banks.
In 1986 England made it as far as the quarter-finals before losing to Maradona's Argentina. Gary Lineker managed to become the tournament's top scorer, and we have a limited edition of England 1986 shirts signed by Lineker to commemorate his achievement.
Four years later Paul Gascoigne captured the hearts of a nation when bursting into tears during England's semi-final with West Germany. Our print, Gazza's Tears, signed by Paul Gascoigne, is perennially popular.
From the modern era we have England shirts signed by John Terry and England away shirts signed by Wayne Rooney.
If you prefer photos then we have England photos signed by Frank Lampard and John Terry.
All our England football memorabilia comes with the Icons Certificate of Authenticity which gives details of the signing, the date and location of the signing and, in the vast majority of cases, also an image of the player signing the product.
If you need to know any more about the players then just look at the individual player sites to read more about them. If you're buying a football gift for someone else and you need a bit more help deciding what to buy them, then please email or call customer services and we will be only too happy to help you choose a present from the right era or the right player.