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 the national game.
Established in 2002, to date 190 players, managers and teams have been inducted into England’s football Hall of Fame in recognition of the impact they have made on the game and its ongoing development.
Visitors to the Museum can explore the Hall of Fame through objects and items in our galleries and displays. You can read the personal stories of the National Football Museum Hall of Fame through our online library below.Read more
Explore Hall of Fame
Lionesses centurion, Manchester City midfielder and national icon.
Manchester City skipper and an all-time Premier League great.
Plymouth Argyle sensation and the first Black player to receive an England call-up.
A versatile forward for club and country, and one of the Lionesses' first prominent (and prolific) Black players.