Tebas Calls Telefónica's Offer Inadequate UEFA Concerned With Italian Match-Fixing Silverstone Expects Record-Breaking Crowd UEFA Softens FFP Regulations New Zealand To Accept Day-Night Tests Wimbledon Players Fearing For Safety Laporta Wants UNICEF On Front Of Shirt UEFA Tells La Liga To Accept Winter WC Event Notes Rafael Nadal Leads Criticism Of RFET
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
SBD Global/July 9, 2012/Events and Attractions
Highlights Of The Recently Opened Football Museum In Manchester
Published July 9, 2012
The 1966 World Cup final ball: Football relics "don't get much holier than this ball," which has "that talismanic quality."
The 'Art of the Game': This is British artist Michael Browne's "controversial 1997 painting" based on Renaissance master Piero della Francesca's "Resurrection." This version features former ManU striker Eric Cantona as Christ, surrounded by his followers, which include Alex Ferguson and David Beckham.
The original rules of football: Penned by "solicitor and amateur sportsman" Ebenezer Morley in 1863, this original handwritten text of the first document outlining the laws of football, is "one of the displays greeting you" when you enter the museum. It is currently at the museum on loan from the Football Association (FINANCIAL TIMES, 7/6).