Twenty Four Lions in Brazil (English World Cup Footballers) 2014
Good Times Creations Football Twenty Four Lions in Brazil (English World Cup Footballers) 2014 Twenty Four Lions in Brazil (English World Cup Footballers) 2014 24 - 2014 football World Cup in Brazil was memorable for the failure of the England team to progress beyond the first round leading to an early low-key departure for home. Despite the disappointing performance, Good Times have gone ahead with this card series featuring each of the 23 players in the squad plus manager Roy Hodgson and a title card which sets out the grim statistics – played three, lost two, drew one, total goals two (those thanks to Rooney and Sturridge). The good colour full-length caricatures are backed by basic information – age, club and position. Size 68 x 35mm.
Product details page


Twenty Four Lions in Brazil (English World Cup Footballers) 2014

Issuer: Good Times Creations Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: 2014 football World Cup in Brazil was memorable for the failure of the England team to progress beyond the first round leading to an early low-key departure for home. Despite the disappointing performance, Good Times have gone ahead with this card series featuring each of the 23 players in the squad plus manager Roy Hodgson and a title card which sets out the grim statistics – played three, lost two, drew one, total goals two (those thanks to Rooney and Sturridge). The good colour full-length caricatures are backed by basic information – age, club and position. Size 68 x 35mm. Number of cards in set: 24

Price for complete set: Only £12.00

You may also be interested in:

Below are sets that you may also like to look at

Neill Football Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003 Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003 L8 - This is a tribute to the “Lisbon Lions”, the Celtic football team who became European Champions beating the mighty Italians of Inter Milan in the final at Lisbon’s national football stadium on May 25th 1967. The set comprises of a title card plus six colour pictures showing manager Jock Stein, the semi final triumph, captain Billy McNeill, winning scorer Steve Chalmers, the victory celebration and Tommy Gemmell who scored Celtic’s first goal. The backs give the full story. Size 80 x 60mm.
Product details page
Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003
Good Times Creations Football Colours of Brazil (Football World Cup 2014) 2014 Colours of Brazil (Football World Cup 2014) 2014 34 - Well done, Good Times Creations for giving us a souvenir of the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil. Each of the 32 participating nations is represented as a full-length colour caricature of a player, named on the back as “the man to watch” (Rooney for England) arranged alphabetically from Algeria to the United States with the country’s flag inset top left. Backs give fixture dates and opponents for the knock-out stages – in England’s case through to the match v Costa Rica on 24th June. The two other cards list the teams by group. Size 68 x 35mm.
Product details page
Colours of Brazil (Football World Cup 2014) 2014

Colours of Brazil (Football World Cup 2014) 2014

Good Times Creations - 34 in set

£12.00

J.F.Sporting Collectibles Football English International Footballers 1872 to 1939 (2018) English International Footballers 1872 to 1939 (2018) LT24 - This set is fairly self-descriptive covering English Internationals from the 1872-1939 period all pictured in black and white head and shoulders shots. Amongst them is Aston Villa player Jimmy Crabtree who won his first cap in 1894, Birmingham City’s Tom Grosvenor who scored a goal against Ireland in October 1934, goalie Jack Hillman, Bob Kelly who won 14 caps and was noted for his wonderful ball control, Bury player Billy Hibbert who played against Scotland in 1910, but was never selected again, winger Owen Williams who before WW1 also played for Manchester United, but after the war joined Clapton Orient, John Goodall who won a F.A. Cup Finalist medal in 1898 with Derby and also played cricket for the county, Edgar Chadwick who won seven caps and also played for both Everton and Liverpool, Sam Barkas who made his England debut in 1936 and was one of four footballing brothers, Ernest Needham who won 16 caps for England in the 1890s and played cricket for Derbyshire and John Reynolds who earned five caps for Ireland before it was discovered he was of England birth. He subsequently won eight caps for England in the 1890s. An interesting set with plenty of information on the reverse. Cards size 91 x 64mm.
Product details page
English International Footballers 1872 to 1939 (2018)

English International Footballers 1872 to 1939 (2018)

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT24 in set

£16.00

Neill Football Brazil 70 (Football) 2005 Brazil 70 (Football) 2005 12 - Brazil went into the 1970 World Cup in Mexico having qualified by winning all six of their eliminary matches, scoring 23 goals and conceding only 2. They had won the competition twice before, in 1958 and 1962. They also had Pele, the world’s greatest player and an impressive line-up which included Tostao, Jairzinho, Rivelino, Alberto and Brito. Sexy football indeed. Here we see colour caricatures of the eleven players, plus the Jules Rimet Trophy, backed by the story of the Mexico finals. Size 68 x 36mm.
Product details page
Brazil 70 (Football) 2005

Brazil 70 (Football) 2005

Neill - 12 in set

£5.00