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Neville Southall

Immerse yourself in the legacy of a goalkeeping legend with our collection of Neville Southall signed memorabilia. Each item celebrates the extraordinary career of the Welsh football icon, offering fans a unique connection to the man who redefined the art of goalkeeping. Perfect for collectors and enthusiasts alike, this selection is a tribute to Southall’s enduring impact on the game.


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Domestic Career

Neville Southall’s journey in football began with his youth career at Llandudno Swifts, followed by stints at Llandudno Town, Bangor City, and Conwy United. His professional career took off at Bury, where he joined from Winsford United for a fee of £6,000 in 1980. Southall’s performances at Bury earned him a move to Everton for £150,000 in 1981, where he would become a club legend.

At Everton, Southall made a record 578 league appearances, and 750 in all competitions. His tenure at the club was marked by numerous accolades, including a European Cup Winners’ Cup medal in 1985, two First Division championship medals (1984–85, 1986–87), two FA Cup winners medals (1984, 1995), and three FA Charity Shield winners medals (1984, 1985, 1995). He also played in the 1985 and 1989 FA Cup finals, the League Cup final in 1984, and contributed to Everton’s second-place finish in the league in 1985–86.

After leaving Everton in 1998, Southall continued his career with Torquay United and made appearances for several other clubs before retiring as a player.

International Career

Neville Southall’s international career with Wales spanned from 1982 to 1997, during which he earned 92 caps. Although he never featured in a major international competition, his contributions to the Welsh national team were significant. Southall’s international career is remembered for his exceptional goalkeeping skills and his status as one of the most capped Welsh players of all time.

Legacy

Southall’s legacy in football is profound. He was named FWA Footballer of the Year in 1985 and was listed as one of the world’s top ten goalkeepers by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics on four occasions. He is a member of the Gwladys Street’s Hall of Fame and was named one of the 100 ‘Greatest Players of the 20th Century’ by World Soccer magazine. In recognition of his services to football, he was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 1996 Birthday Honours.

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