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Professional Footballers' Association Banner

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: People's History Museum

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Set up in 1907, the Professional Footballers' Association is the oldest sportsmen's union. It cares for the welfare of players. This includes advice on injury insurance and training after footballers' playing careers. The banner was made in 1991 by John Midgely of Chippenham Design, and was designed for the 'More Than a Game' exhibition at the People's History Museum.

People's History Museum





acrylic on polyester


H 180 x W 200 cm

Accession number

IRN7561;entry 0344

Acquisition method

on loan from the Professional Footballers' Association, since 1991

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Normally on display at

People's History Museum

Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3ER England

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