Lady / Women Football Soccer Statue Bisque; Probably from the 1930's to late 1940's. Hand Colored. Registered Number: 12368. About 60mm tall.
Ticket for The Closing Ceremonies for The 1st FIFA Women's World Football Championships. This ticket is for the same time and date of The Final Gold Medal Game, so this could very well be a Gold Medal Finals Ticket. I'll have to research this more in the future. This is 6 and 3/8ths inches by about 3 inches. Held at: Tianhe Stadium; Guangzhou. November 30th, 1991
WWC 1991 Match Ticket: November 17, 1991 Versus: Germany and Nigeria at The Jiangmen Stadium.
Unidentified Women's Soccer Football Ticket. This bears the mascot of The Women's World Cup 1991 Event. This was possibly another Charity Match or an open practice session for one of the participating teams. These are just guesses.
This is a Game Ticket for a Charity Match that was played on: November 2, 1991 versus: The Guangdong and Liaoning Teams. It was tied into The WWC 1991, but seperate. Pre - Women's World Championships of 1991 in China. That tournament ran from: November 16th to The Final Game on November 30, 1991.
On Friday August 31, 2012, Abby Wambach was honored by naming the entry to Sahlen's Stadium in Rochester, New York: Wambach Way. This is a partial picture of the entrance and also a piece of the official ribbon cut to open this newly named Way.
A Fairly unique women's football soccer match ticket from May 5, 1957. It had an England Team playing against Cruz Vermelha in Portugal. Held at The Jose Alvalade Stadium. Written in pen on the back side is: 3-3 (tie).
These are a few examples of women's soccer / football Signature / Autograph and Game Worn Jersey sport cards from the last year or two. It's interesting that the cost of these cards are many times quite a bit higher than their male counterpart's cards!
On the left, is a selection of specialty or short printed soccer cards in the past year or two. Shown are: Hamm, Rampone, Sinclair, Morgan and Sinclair again. The right side shows the Women's World Cup 2011 "stickers" set for The USA National Team. Panini has made these picture stickers for the men's side for years. 2011 was the 1st time they had boxes made just for all the women's players that participated in The 2011 WC in Germany. These were only sold in Germany. Shown is Kreiger Boxx and Morgan
1971 Women's Footballer Soccer Player. This may not seem like much, but it is a 6 inch plastic figure depicting a Mexico Women's Goal Keeper. The ball she is punching out has a nail point protruding which is inserted into her hand. I'm not sure if this was a give away or available at the 1971 Women's World Championships held in Mexico. There are 2 other similar figures below; both are field players with the Green Mexico Jersey colors. The color the real players wore is another story.
1971 Mexico Women's Soccer Player Figure. About 4.5 inches tall.
1971 Mexico Women's Football Player Figure. Another field player that is about 4.25 inches tall. Also made of plastic.
FIFA 100th Anniversary Game Ticket: May 20, 2004. The Women's FIFA World All Stars versus Germany. (the men also played: France vs. Brazil) This ticket ties in with The Wambach All Star Game Worn Jersey I have. (that jersey is under: (F) FIFA, in the National Team Jersey categories)
1930's 1940's Grecon Doll House Doll figure: Girl or lady football soccer player. These were made by a women in England starting in 1937, with wire, wrapping yarn and wool around it, then adding a touch of facial features by hand. The feet are made out of lead. The look of the socks and shorts, plus being made in England, this sure looks like a girl footballer!
1991 Women's World Cup Football / Soccer Ball. This was not a game ball for the WC held in China, but probably is either a stadium ball or one used for advertising. The two, #5 sized balls I have like this are the only ones I have seen. This Chinese manufactured ball is signed by: Anson Dorrance (head coach), Tony DiCicco (assistant coach), Mary Harvey (USA's #1 goal keeper) and Mia Hamm.
Carli Lloyd: USA National Team Player. Player of the Match actual Official Diploma Award. Given to Carli after the USA versus Columbia WWC 2011 FIFA Match. It has the FIFA hologram on the lower right corner. Very Unique!
1995 Women's FIFA World Cup Football Game Tickets. This was held in Sweden. It took a very long process to acquire these over the phone since all the internet conveniences we enjoy today, were not in place!
An actual photo of Alicia Vargas Angel: The Mexican Pele. This was taken on July 22nd, 1970.
1970 Italy Women's National Football Team. This wide picture card is signed by the players on the backside. The 1st women's championships were in 1970; held in Italy. The 2nd Championship was held in Mexico the following year. Still unique for this time frame.
2009 UEFA Euro Championships Player's Bib/Vest; Blue. Held in Finland.
2009 UEFA Euro Silver Player's Vest / Bib. Held in Finland.
Women's World Cup 2011 FIFA Player's Vest / Bib. Purple. Held in Germany.
Women's World Cup 2011 FIFA Player's Vest / Bib. Tan.
A Game Ticket from the 1st Women's World Cup. Held in China in 1991. Won by: The USA.
WWC 1991: Various Colorful Lottery Tickets. Size: About 5 by 2.5 inches. Made with the official Mascot and FIFA 91 logo.
2011 Everton Ladies Football Club UEFA Women's Champions League Bib/Vest Plus Player Pass for Quarter Finals vs. Duisburg. 03-23-11.
Women's World Cup 2007 FIFA BIB: Player Vest when on the sidelines.
Odds and Ends from from The Women's World Cup 1991. This used to be called: The 1st FIFA Women's World Championships. The trophy name was The M and M Cup. The center 2 items are large(about 6 inch tall or wide) magnets showing the mascot and the official logo for 1991. A close up of the coins can be seen later under the medals category. In the upper right, I have a set of 12 different colored cards with women player figures and 1991 logos that measure about 4.25 inches. Rumor has it, that these were formed into match book covers.
This is a small assortment of Signature Cards that have been included in various sport card boxes as "Inserts". The cards you see here are from 2004 to present. Upper Deck produced a so called set of women's cards that were part of the 1994 WC men's card boxes. It's a shame that Upper Deck forgot to create a card for the other half of The USA Women's Team.... They were The 1991 World Cup Champions and still did not recieve proper recognition. The company ROOX, made a few different full sets of good looking cards at the end of the 1990's and the beginning of the 2000's, before they unfortunately went out of business. Donruss and Topps sport card companies have produced a limited amount of women's football / soccer cards also.
1999 Women's World Cup Brick of unprinted game tickets; bound by thick, silk ribbon. I'm smiling also; my collecting habits are a bit off-the-wall from time to time!
2001 WUSA Washington Freedom Complete 23 card set. 4 by 3 inches; player picture and basic information is on the back side. Short story: 50 cards were made of each player. At each game, the club would hand out one particular player's card to the 1st 50 people. It did not work out that way. I'm fortunate to have a complete set