The Exclusive Memorabilia team choose our favourite rugby moments from previous Rugby World Cup tournaments. Find out which moments made the list.Read more »
Our charity of the year nominations are now open!
Every year we select a few charities to support, through donating memorabilia towards fundraising efforts. In the past few years, items that we have donated have raised thousands of pounds for local and national organisations.
This year, we have decided to let YOU choose our charity partner for the year! The chosen charity will receive £1,000 worth of memorabilia, which they can choose to use however they want- auction, raffle, tournament prizes etc.
Posted: August 19, 2019|
The 2019 Rugby World Cup will soon be here and 20 nations will be battling their way to lift the iconic William Webb Ellis Trophy.
It is the first time the tournament will be held in Asia. The opening match kicks off on Friday, September 20th and will see Russia take on the hosts Japan, in Tokyo.
With the excitement of the Rugby World Cup taking over the office, the team at Exclusive Memorabilia have selected our favourite signed rugby memorabilia.
Posted: August 08, 2019|
With only hours to go in this year’s Premier League transfer window- we’re looking back at some of the greatest signings that went to the wire…
Carlos Tevez - Corinthians to West Ham
One of the most bizarre signings that took place on deadline day in 2006, was the dual signing of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano to West Ham. Mascherano didn’t live up to expectation at the club, and soon moved to Liverpool- but Tevez soon became a club legend. With only a few games left in the season and West Ham sitting in the relegation zone, Tevez almost singlehandedly saved the club from relegation after scoring seven goals in 10 games- including one on the very last day of the season.
Wayne Rooney- Everton to Manchester United
In 2004, 18-year old Wayne Rooney became the most expensive teenager in Premier League history when he made the move from boyhood club Everton to Manchester United for £20 million- but soon proved he was w
Need the perfect gift for Fathers Day? Look no further- we’ve got something for everyone!
Check out some of our favourites for Dad here.
Signed Anthony Joshua Memorabilia
With three of the four major World Heavyweight belts in his locker, it’s no surprise that Anthony Joshua has become a firm favourite for boxing fans. From sparring at his local gym in Finchley to selling out Wembley Stadium, the London born fighter has come a very long way.
The event takes place on the last Friday of April every year, as April is Bowel Cancer Awareness month. It’s day for fans to wear their favourite shirt and donate towards ground breaking research!
Bobby Moore OBE is widely regarded as one of the greatest defenders of all time. Bobby spent most of his career at West Ham United, where he made 544 appearances and captained the club for more than 10 years. His greatest footballing achievement came in 1966 when he captained the England t
We are very happy to announce that on March 13, 2019 we held a private signing session with Arsenal legend, Dennis Bergkamp! The Exclusive Memorabilia team flew out to Amsterdam to meet with the Non-flying Dutchman and his wife.
Dennis signed a range of Arsenal shirts including original 2005-06 commemorative Highbury shirts and
Everyone at Exclusive Memorabilia is extremely saddened to hear that Gordon Banks OBE passed away on Monday night at the age of 81. We were lucky enough to meet and work with the English legend on many occasions. He was a true gentleman and an excellent representation of the game.
Gordon was born in Sheffield on December 30th, 1937. In 1958, he made his professional debut with Chesterfield where he had played in the youth team for the previous 5 years. Gordon was then sold onto Leicester City in 1959, where he went on to play 293 times for the club and win the League cup.
In 1963 Gordon made his international debut with England against Scotland. After he impressed new manager Alf Ramsey, Gordon became first choice goalkeeper for England as the team looked towards the next World
EXCLUSIVE MEMORABILIA RECEIVES FEEFO GOLD TRUSTED SERVICE AWARD 2019!
Exclusive Memorabilia has won the Feefo Gold Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.
Created by Feefo, Trusted Service is awarded only to those businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine reviews and insights. Those that meet the high standard, based on the number of reviews they have collected, and their average rating, receive the award. A badge of honour, this accreditation remains unique, as it is based purely on the interactions with real customers. As all reviews are verified as genuine, the accreditation is a true reflection of a business’ commitment to outstanding service.
Exclusive Memorabilia met the criteria of collecting at least 50 reviews between January 1st 2018
The Guinness Six Nations Championship kicks off on Friday 1st February 2019, with France taking on Wales.
The rugby tournament first started off as the Home Nations in 1883 with only England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland taking part. In 1910 came the introduction of France to the competition and with it a new name-Five Nations. It wasn’t until 2000 when Italy was added to the list of teams competing did it become the Six Nations as we know it. Played annually, each team plays every other team once- making a total of 15 incredible games for us to watch!
The first game for each team is critical, as the outcome could set the tone for the rest of the championship. View the full fixtures list here.