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The Boy's Book of Soccer

If you are a collector of The Boys Book of Soccer series and seek a certain edition please contact us with the edition you are interested in. Also for selling direct to us details and contact information are further down the page.
The Boys Book of Soccer
A brief history of the series
Published by Evans Brothers London in 1945, printed on war economy standard paper (these restrictions concluded for the 1950 edition) for the 1945-1946 season. Fascinating series with many pictures and illustrations, stories, articles, quizzes, tips, and principal rules of the game. In actual fact the series was the very first mass market soccer annual, other popular annuals that followed are as follows:
*The FA Book for Boys first published in 1947
*The Big Book of Football champions first published in 1950
*Charles Buchan's soccer gift book first published in 1953
*The Topical Times football book first published in 1959.

Should you have any further information regarding the history of the series please contact us

Should you have any of this series for sale please contact us by email or telephone. Your Annuals should be in good condition with a good condition dust jacket, we pay between £5 to £125 depending on the edition and condition.

We hold the largest stock of this series in the UK all in very good condition, when purchasing we will give you an accurate description, we try to avoided editions with the following : price clipped - dustcover defects - foxing - crosswords completed - gift inscriptions - board damage and dampness
We have traded on eBay for many years as FOOTBALLBOOKS and posted the following notice many years ago.
'When obtaining football books on eBay or other auction sites make sure all the pages are in the book This is now getting a serious problem, and many times the seller is unaware that pages are missing. It's normally photos that have been removed, especially in this series.!!!!'
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