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CAREY’S CAP The great defender Johnny Carey won this cap when he played for Ireland against Poland and Switzerland in 1938. Carey won 36 caps. Welsh national crest—a dragon Soccer caps are usually made from velvet Details of games can be embroidered into each panel IN TRAINING It is not only players that are rewarded for their efforts. Trainer Will Scott received this medal when the English and Scottish Leagues met at Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, in November 1931. The date covers games from a whole season Northern Ireland had its own team from 1921 SCHOOL COLORS Soccer caps were first awarded in English private schools.

Stadiums became a necessity. in England are sadly not part of the new They provided fans with shelter and a 21st-century stadium. decent view of the game. They also created an atmosphere that added greatly to the game-day experience. A series of stadium disasters over the years, in places such as Scotland, Peru, and Russia, finally led to the widespread belief that open seating should be replaced by stands for the safety of spectators. THEN THERE WAS LIGHT… CROWD SAFETY Floodlights were first used in 1878 but they did not become standard at professional clubs until the 1950s.

Matt Busby, manager 1950s autograph book containing signatures of famous figures of Manchester United, England Wooden pencil case 40 Child’s piggy bank During the war, the sound of the bell warned people of an air raid Air-raid patrolman’s rattle Air-raid patrolman’s bell Adult’s rattle Rattles were originally used as bird scarers Top section moves around and around horizontally “Rattling” noise created at the handle NOISY SUPPORT Child’s rattle Rattles were part of the atmosphere at games until the 1960s.

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