1923 FA Cup final programme: Bolton Wanderers v West Ham United

Bolton Wand 2 West Ham 0 in April 1923 at Wembley. The programme cover for the first FA Cup Final to be played at Wembley Stadium.

Vintage Football (soccer) Programme - West Ham United v Nottingham Forest, 1965/66 season.

West Ham 0 Nottm Forest 3 in Jan 1966 at Upton Park. Programme cover for the New Years Day match.

The West Ham team that played in the 1923 FA Cup Final. Back row (left to right):Syd King (manager), Billy Henderson, Sid Bishop, George Kay, Edward Hufton,Jack Young, Jack Tresadern, Charlie Paynter (trainer). Front row: Dick Richards, Billy Brown, Vic Watson, Billy Moore, Jimmy Ruffell.

Ken Aston Referee Society ~ Football Encyclopedia Bible - Syd King Page

Adam Bogdan - Bolton Wanderers FC - League Appearances

Adam Bogdan - Bolton Wanderers FC - League Appearances

Julien Faubert - West Ham United FC - League Appearances

Julien Faubert - West Ham United FC - League Appearances

Bolton Wanderers' Fabrice Muamba lies on the pitch after collapsing before being stretchered off as Tottenham Hotspur's Louis Saha, right, and referee Howard Webb, left, react for medical staff to come onto the pitch during the English FA Cup quarterfinal soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Bolton Wanderers at White Hart Lane stadium in London, Saturday, March 17, 2012.

Bolton Wanderers' Fabrice Muamba lies on the pitch after collapsing before being stretchered off as Tottenham Hotspur's Louis Saha, right, and referee Howard Webb, left, react for medical staff to come onto the pitch during the English FA Cup quarterfinal soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Bolton Wanderers at White Hart Lane stadium in London, Saturday, March 17, 2012.

40_06_08 Blackburn Rovers v. WHU

Match programme for the 1940 Football League War Cup final between Blackburn Rovers and West Ham United

Daily Mirror's report on the 1965 European Cup Winners Cup final, West Ham 2 TSV Munich 1860 0

Daily Mirror's report on the 1965 European Cup Winners Cup final, West Ham 2 TSV Munich 1860 0

Bolton Wanderers footballer Phil Brown circa 1994

Bolton Wanderers 1994 Football Stock Photos and Pictures

Gary Andrew Speed, MBE is best known for his spell at Leeds United where he won the English Football League First Division Championship in 1992, and also for his spell at Newcastle United as well as three and a half years at Bolton Wanderers. He captained the Wales national football team until retiring from international football in 2004. He remains the most capped outfield player for Wales and the second overall, having appeared 85 times at senior level between 1990 and 2004.

Gary Andrew Speed, MBE is best known for his spell at Leeds United where he won the English Football League First Division Championship in 1992, and also for his spell at Newcastle United as well as three and a half years at Bolton Wanderers. He captained the Wales national football team until retiring from international football in 2004. He remains the most capped outfield player for Wales and the second overall, having appeared 85 times at senior level between 1990 and 2004.

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