Despite the fact that Wakefield is the biggest city in England that does not have a football league team, the Wakefield District boasts some historic football heroes.
Here are a few footballing objects from our collections ...
A 1930s postcard of goalkeeper Harold Gough from Castleford. Harold played for England in 1921.
Essential footballing kit dating from 1930s - 1960s.
Prefer to stay at home and play? Spectrum computer game, 1985, and some Subbuteo game pieces, 1967 - 1970.
Photograph of the Kings Own Light Yorkshire Infantry football team, 1914 - 1918
Who'd have thought liquorice and football had links?
A Dunhill's sweet tin, 1920 - 1935.
Haribo football sweets, made in Pontefract, 2002
Sheet of cigarette type cards printed with names of football teams, made to be distributed with liquorice, 1932.
Photograph of a football game outside Fryston Colliery, by Ferry Fryston miner and photographer, Jack Hulme, 1960 - 1970.
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