Hall of Fame
Members of Cyrille Regis’ family receive his Hall of Fame award from John Barnes and National Football Museum Chief Executive, Tim Desmond.
The National Football Museum Hall Of Fame aims to celebrate and highlight the achievements of those who have made an outstanding contribution to football.
We relaunched the Hall of Fame in 2019, with one of the aims being to ensure 50% representation of women in the game by 2021 and a new focus to celebrate those who have made an outstanding contribution to the Game of our Lives.
You can find out more about some of the previous inductees by using the drop-down menus to narrow your selection.Read more
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A versatile forward for club and country, and one of the Lionesses' first prominent (and prolific) Black players.
An influential right-back who became the first woman to win 50 England caps.
The British Army's first officer of mixed-race heritage and one of the country's first black professionals.
Man Utd's box-to-box engine, and the first black player to captain England.