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The Cup Years 1935-37



40 pages and over 100 images of rare memorabilia
celebrating Sunderland’s last win of the top tier league
in 1936 and their historic first win of the FA Cup in 1937.


Includes unique and unusual items such as:

Following on from the previously published booklet of Memories and Memorabilia relating to Sunderland’s 1973 FA Cup win, this booklet covers the team’s hugely successful period in the 1930s with the focus on Sunderland winning the 1st Divison Championship in 1936 and then the FA Cup, for the first time, in 1937.

Features include:
A rare set of 1936 team autographs that ‘may’ have been signed at Jimmy Thorpe’s last game
Celebration Dinner Menu for Sunderland winning the 1st Division Championship
Fully signed 1937 FA Cup Final ticket
Letters from Sunderland legends Patsy Gallacher; Raich Carter and Eddie Burbanks
Johnny Cochrane feature

Relive the past through the artifacts of the time!

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FA Cup Winners 1973


On the 5th May 1973 Sunderland AFC won the FA Cup Final.
Memories of that victory, along with over 100 images of items of memorabilia

from my personal collection, have now been put together in a special 50th Anniversary

commemorative 40-page A5 professionally printed fanzine.
The fanzine tells the story of Sunderland’s historic cup run

through Memories & Memorabilia.

Includes unique and unusual items such as:

A telegram sent to Ken Burns informing him that he has been chosen to referee the final
Unused tickets for the Leeds Utd Celebration Banquet ( was cancelled!)
An interesting letter from Southwick Social Club to Ken Burns, the referee
A rare copy of BBC’s ‘It’s A Cup Final Knockout’ programme
Wooden Black Cat which was made at Austin and Pickersgills shipyard in Sunderland
Unbelievably, an UNUSED ticket for the FA Cup Final!

Relive the past through the artifacts of the time!



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