List of association football statues

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This is a list of football-related statues.a

List[edit]

Image Title / individual(s) commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Bobby Moore statue, Wembley (17).jpg Bobby Moore Sculpture - Bobby Moore Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London 2003 Philip Jackson [1]
Champions statue.jpg (The Champions) World Cup Sculpture

Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters and Ray Wilson

Barking Road and Central Park Road, Newham, London 2003 Philip Jackson [2]
Geoff Hurst, Jimmy Armfield, Simone Perrotta Curzon Ashton, Manchester 2010 Andrew Walker [3][4]
Matt Busby statue Old Trafford.jpg Sir Matt Busby Old Trafford, Manchester 1996 Philip Jackson [5]
Manchester The United trinity.jpg (United Trinity)
George Best, Denis Law, Bobby Charlton
Old Trafford, Manchester 2008 Philip Jackson [6]
Sir Alex Ferguson statue at Old Trafford.jpg Sir Alex Ferguson Old Trafford, Manchester 2012 Philip Jackson [7]
Peter Osgood statue outside Stamford Bridge.jpg Peter Osgood Stamford Bridge, London 2010 Philip Jackson [8]
Brian Clough and Peter Taylor Statue Derby.jpg Brian Clough and Peter Taylor Pride Park, Derby 2010 Andy Edwards [9][10]
Brian Clough Nottingham Statue 1.jpg Brian Clough Old Market Square, Nottingham 2008 Les Johnson [11]
Brian Clough statue.jpg Brian Clough Albert Park, Middlesbrough 2007 Vivien Mallock [12]
BillyWrightStatue.jpg Billy Wright Molineux stadium, Wolverhampton 1996 James Butler [13]
Stan Cullis Statue - geograph.org.uk - 1734588.jpg Stan Cullis Molineux stadium, Wolverhampton 2003 James Butler [14]
Jack Walker Memorial, Ewood Park, Blackburn.jpg Jack Walker Ewood Park, Blackburn 2004 James Butler [15]
Bobby Robson Statue Closeup.jpg Bobby Robson Portman Road, Ipswich 2002 Sean Hedges-Quinn [16]
Bobby Robson statue, Newcastle.jpg Bobby Robson St James' Park, Newcastle 2012 Tom Maley [17]
Alf Ramsey Statue.jpg Alf Ramsey Portman Road, Ipswich 2007 Sean Hedges-Quinn [18]
Ted Bates St Mary's Stadium, Southampton 2007 Ian Brennan [19]
'Mr Southampton' - geograph.org.uk - 1723679.jpg Ted Bates St Mary's Stadium, Southampton 2008 Sean Hedges-Quinn [20]
Stanley Matthews.JPG Stanley Matthews Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent 2001 Carl Payne and others [21]
Stanley Matthews statue1.jpg Stanley Matthews Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1987 Colin Melbourne [22][23]
Gordon Banks Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent 2008 Andy Edwards [24]
Johnny Haynes statue.jpg Johnny Haynes Craven Cottage, London 2008 Douglas Jennings [25]
Thierry Henry statue.jpg Thierry Henry Emirates Stadium, London 2011 Margot Roulleau-Gallais, Ian Lander, MDM [26][27][28][29]
Dennis Bergkamp statue.jpg Dennis Bergkamp Emirates Stadium, London 2014 MDM [26][28]
Herbert Chapman statue.jpg Herbert Chapman Emirates Stadium, London 2011 MDM [26][28]
Tony Adams statue.jpg Tony Adams Emirates Stadium, London 2011 MDM [26][28]
Bremner statue.jpg Billy Bremner Elland Road, Leeds 1999 Frances Segelman [30]
Don Revie statue.jpg Don Revie Elland Road, Leeds 2012 Graham Ibbeson [31]
Dixie Dean Monument.jpg Dixie Dean Goodison Park, Liverpool 2001 Tom Murphy [32][33]
JimmyHillStatue.jpg Jimmy Hill Ricoh Arena, Coventry 2011 Nicolas Dimbleby [34]
Bill Shankly statue, Anfield 2018.jpg Bill Shankly Anfield, Liverpool 1997 Tom Murphy [35]
Statue of William McGregor outside Villa Park2.jpg William McGregor Villa Park, Birmingham 2009 Sam Holland [36]
John "Jock" Stein Bronze statue outside Celtic Parkhead stadium by sculptor John McKenna.jpg Jock Stein Celtic Park, Glasgow 2011 John McKenna [37]
Jimmy Johnstone statue by John McKenna sculptor.jpg Jimmy "Jinky" Johnstone Jimmy Johnstone Memorial Garden, Old Edinburgh Road, View Park, Lanarkshire 2011 John McKenna [38][39]
Jimmy Johnstone.JPG Jimmy Johnstone Celtic Park, Glasgow 2008 Kate Robinson [40]
BrotherWalfridCelticPark.jpg Brother Walfrid Celtic Park, Glasgow 2005 Kate Robinson [41]
Finney statue in Preston.jpg (The Splash) - Tom Finney Deepdale, Preston 2004 Peter Hodgkinson [42]
DuncanEdwards1.jpg Duncan Edwards Dudley, West Midlands 1999 James Butler [43]
Hughie McIlmoyle statue cropped.jpg Hughie McIlmoyle Brunton Park, Carlisle 2005 [44]
George Hardwick Statue MFC.jpg George Hardwick Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough 2000 Keith Maddison [45]
Wilf Mannion Statue MFC.jpg Wilf Mannion Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough 2004 Tom Maley [46]
Tofig Bahramov Baku, Azerbaijan 2004 [47]
Stokoe statue.jpg Bob Stokoe Stadium of Light, Sunderland 2006 Sean Hedges-Quinn [48]
(The Lads) Sunderland fans Stadium of Light, Sunderland 2003 Andy Edwards [49][50]
Jimmy Armfield Statue, Bloomfield Road, Blackpool (geograph 2418265).jpg Jimmy Armfield Bloomfield Road, Blackpool 2011 Les Johnson [51]
Stan Mortensen statue Blackpool-geograph-1675579.jpg Stan Mortensen Bloomfield Road, Blackpool 2005 Peter Hodgkinson [52][53]
Milburn Statue - geograph.org.uk - 69539.jpg Jackie Milburn Station Road, Ashington 1995 John W Mills [54]
Jackie Milburn statue, St James' Park SE corner, 9 February 2013.jpg Jackie Milburn St James' Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne 1996 Tom Maley [55]
Alan Shearer St James' Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne 2016 Tom Maley [56]
Johngreig.jpg John Greig Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow 2001 Andy Scott [57]
Jim Baxter statue Hill Of Beath.jpg Jim Baxter Hill of Beath, Fife, Scotland 2003 Andy Scott [58]
Derek Dooley.jpg Derek Dooley Bramall Lane, Sheffield 2010 Paul Vanstone [59][60]
Joe Shaw statue.jpg Joe Shaw Bramall Lane, Sheffield 2010 Paul Vanstone [59][60]
Emlyn Hughes Barrow.jpg Emlyn Hughes Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness 2008 Chris Kelly [61][62]
Charlton Athletic, Sam Bartram statue - geograph.org.uk - 19078.jpg Sam Bartram The Valley, Charlton, London 2006 Anthony Hawken [63]
Fred Keenor statue.jpg Fred Keenor Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff 2012 Roger Andrews [64]
Headbutt - Zinedine Zidane and Marco Materazzi Pompidou Centre, Paris, France (2012-2013)
Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar (2013-)
2012 Adel Abdessemed [65]
Nat Lofthouse statue.jpg Nat Lofthouse Reebok Stadium, Bolton 2013 Sean Hedges-Quinn [66]
Dennis Bergkamp statue 2.jpg Dennis Bergkamp Emirates Stadium, London 2014 MDM [26][28][67]
Roy Sproson statue.jpg Roy Sproson Vale Park, Port Vale 2012 Mike Talbot [68][69]
Arthur Wharton St George's Park National Football Centre, Burton-on-Trent 2014 Vivien Mallock [70]
Statue(s) on The Green, West Auckland (geograph 3518172).jpg West Auckland F.C. West Auckland 2013 Nigel Boonham [71]
John King Prenton Park, Tranmere 2014 Tom Murphy [72]
Cristiano Ronaldo Statue.jpg Cristiano Ronaldo Funchal, Madeira 2014 Ricardo Valosa [73]
Dylan Tombides Nib stadium, Perth 2015 Robert Hitchcock [74]
The dive of Rui Patricio.jpg Rui Patrício Leiria, Portugal 2017 [75]
David Beckham Los Angeles 2019 Omri Amrany [76]
Kazimierz Deyna Pomnik Łazienkowska.JPG Kazimierz Deyna Warsaw, Poland 2012 Tomasz Radziewicz [77]
Alex De Souza Istanbul, Turkey 2012 Aşan Akın [78]
20 Ocak Futbol Kahramanları Anıtı yakından.jpg Nuri Asan, Muzaffer Badalıoğlu, Mete Adanır, Zoran Tomić Samsun Stadium, Turkey 2021 [79]

Jimmy_and_Jack_statue

'Legends of the Lane'

Jimmy Sirrel and Jack Wheeler

Meadow Lane Stadium, Nottingham 2016 Andy Edwards [80]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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