Please click on the “Signed Shirts” link on our main menu to take a look at the incredible range of signed shirts from current superstars such as Fernando Torres, Cristiano Ronaldo, Cesc Fabregas, Ryan Giggs and legends of yesteryear such as Diego Maradona and Pele.
To celebrate the occasion we organized a competition to give you the chance to win a Barcelona 09/10 home shirt, personally signed by the phenomenal Lionel Messi!
Of course the shirt comes in presentation packaging with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Leo signing the shirt. Icons is the only company that he signs memorabilia for.
To win this signed Messi shirt, all you have to do is visit this page, and answer the following question:
“How much does a signed Messi shirt cost?”
Send your answer and contact details to
and you’ll be taken into a draw with all other entries. The winner will be revealed on Wednesday the 18th of November.
The Icons signed football memorabilia shop was initially a small part of the popular personal players website of leading footballers www.icons.com. At the outset in 1999, Icons.com provided personal websites for Ryan Giggs, Dennis Bergkamp, Henrik Larsson and Dirk Kuyt amongst many others.
The idea for developing the Icons shop came from the great relationships we had with these leading players.
They realised that there was a huge demand from fans around the world for 100 per cent authentic signed football memorabilia. Over the years, they have travelled far and wide to carry out exclusive signing sessions with the world's greatest ever footballers: Pele, Diego Maradona, Eric Cantona, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Lionel Messi, Fernando Torres – the list is endless.
In 2007 they re-launched the Icons website as a standalone shop and concentrated on satisfying this demand for quality signed products from the biggest names in the game. As football fans their selves, Icons want the best products from best players too.
Their aim now is simple; to provide our customers with the best range of authentic signed football memorabilia there is.
You can view the entire range Here
The president of the AFA unveiled the new Argentina World Cup 2010 Home Adidas football shirt in an event held today.
The new 10/12 Home shirt shows similarity to the Shirt worn at the World Cup 86 in Mexico.
The designer himself acknowledged that it is a retro design, and took inspiration from the legendary shirt worn by Maradona at the World Cup 86
The shirt will have its debut in the next friendly match against Spain, and will be available through the FSC Shop.
Thanks to Diego and Gonzalo