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Signed Gordon Banks Memorabilia

Gordon Banks was born December 30, 1937, in Sheffield, England. He played in the FA Youth Cup final for Chesterfield in 1956, but was sold to Leicester City three years later for a fee of £7,000.

The stopper spent eight seasons at Filbert Street, making 356 appearances for the Foxes. He won the 1964 League Cup, and lost in two FA Cup finals for the club. 

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On April 6, 1963, Banks made his debut for England, losing 2-1 to the Auld Enemy Scotland at Wembley Stadium. It was the first of 73 caps. He kept a remarkable 35 clean sheets for his country. 

“Banksie” was an ever present during England’s glorious World Cup triumph on home turf in 1966. 

The England legend was voted FIFA Goalkeeper of the Year for six years in a row between 1966 and 1971.

On June 6, 1970, Banks was told that he’d been awarded an OBE by the Queen. A day later, against Brazil in the World Cup finals he produced “The Save of the Century” to deny Pele a near-certain goal. 

In 1972 Banks played a starring role in Stoke City’s 2-1 League Cup final victory over Chelsea. At the end of the season he was named Football Writer’s Footballer of the Year. 

After making 250 appearances for Stoke City his career at the highest level came to end in 1972, after he was blinded in one eye following a serious car crash. He was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame 30 years later. 

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