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We are very pleased to be able to offer you our range of signed Roy Bentley Chelsea memorabilia. All our photos are from official signing sessions. We have a number of items available carrying the Bentley autograph, marking the most memorable points of Roy's career.

Your Bentley memorabilia will come with a Certificate of Authenticity featuring an image of Roy signing one of the product line at the session, and with the date and location of where and when the signing took place.

If you need any help choosing a product, or would like to ask us any questions, then please do not hesitate to ring us on the customer services number at the top of the page, or send us an email.


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    Roy Bentley Signed Chelsea Photo. Deluxe Frame
    Special Price £84.99 was £89.99 You save: £6.00 (6%)
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    Roy Bentley Signed Chelsea Photo Framed
    Special Price £59.99 was £64.99 You save: £6.00 (8%)
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    Roy Bentley Signed Chelsea Photo
    Special Price £24.99 was £29.99 You save: £6.00 (17%)

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Roy Thomas Frank Bentley was born on May 17, 1924 and played most notably for Chelsea and the England national side.

He also represented Bristol City, Newcastle United, Fulham and Queens Park Rangers.

He played 12 times for England, scoring nine goals.

Bentley served in the Royal Navy during the Second World War and afterwards briefly played for both Bristol City and Bristol Rovers before signing for Newcastle United in 1946. He was with the club for less than two years, but formed a key part of one of the most impressive forward lines of the era, alongside Jackie Milburn, Len Shackleton and Charlie Wayman.

In January 1948, Bentley signed for Chelsea for £12,500, partially because he had been advised by his doctor that a move south would be a remedy for the lung problems from which he occasionally suffered.

He scored 23 goals in his first full season with Chelsea, making him the club's top scorer, and earning his first England call-up.

In 1954-55 Bentley achieved one of the highlights of his playing career, captaining Chelsea to their first League title. He also scored 21 league goals during the season, including a hat-trick against Newcastle and two crucial strikes in a 4-3 win against principal rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Bentley scored 150 goals in 367 appearances at Chelsea and is joint fourth in Chelsea's all-time goalscorers list, level with Peter Osgood.

He was top scorer at the club in each of his eight full seasons there.