Football Culture | The People's Archive ®
Our archive highlighting the popularity of football fandom and culture in the UK, 1950s-2000.
Photo © Lee Heywood/The People’s Archive.
Photo © Jimmy Nugent/The People’s Archive®
“Myself and my Dad and some mates. This was taken before the 1969 Cup Final. Chelsea Played Tottenham Hotspurs. We Lost…..We hired the Monkey from a Gypsy for the photo it cost 5 shillings.”
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Photo © Sam Porter/The People’s Archive.
A Liverpool fan in Rome for the European Cup Final against Borussia Mönchengladbach. 25th May, 1977.
Photo © Martin McFaul/The People’s Archive.
Photo © Steve Chapple/The People’s Archive®
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Photo © Harrison Jones/The People’s Archive®
Photo © Paul Kayley/The People’s Archive®
Paul “This was taken in 1984 at Jacob’s Sports & Social Club when Everton won the FA Cup. It’s my Nan (and Joe her “fancy fella’ as my mum referred to him).”
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Photo © William Leigh/The People’s Archive®
“A photo of myself aged 9 at the Coventry City FC Sky Blues Cup Tour in Coventry. It looks like something out of communist Russia! I love that loads of people had got on to the roof of the Belgrade. Health and Safety!”
Photo © Johnny/Mozzarella/The People’s Archive®
Photo © Mark Wall/The People’s Archive.
Mark: “Taken by my dad in the early 90s. Playing keep ups on a bleak looking Redcar beach, with South Gare Steelworks kicking out god knows what in the background.”
Photo © Tom Wardle/The People’s Archive®
Tom “A Couple of my mates James and Blair having a kick about on Clement Royds Street.”
Photo © Andrew Smith/The People’s Archive®
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