1958 FA Cup Final Framed Programme


SKU: 002005BWA-1

1 in stock

No Bolton Wanderers player is held in higher esteem than Nat Lofthouse.

Lofthouse was born in Bolton in August 1925 and died in his hometown in January 2011. In between, he set a new goalscoring record for his beloved Wanderers, including two in the 1958 FA Cup final.

Around 100,000 fans crammed into Wembley Stadium to watch Bolton win 2-0 against a Manchester United side who had suffered the tragedy of the Munich Air Disaster just three months previously.

This matchday programme from the 1958 FA Cup final has been stylishly framed to create a special piece of memorabilia for Bolton fans, Manchester United fans and all football fans with a sense of history.

  • Features an actual matchday programme from the 1958 FA Cup final
  • Frame dimensions – 32.5cm x 27.5cm
  • Programme placed on a white background with a red surround
  • Frame finished with a glass front
  • Frame features a rear hook and stand


Pieces of framed memorabilia are sent tracked via Royal Mail. You will have the choice of either standard or express delivery at checkout.


Pieces of framed memorabilia can also be collected, free of charge, from our shop at 3 South Street, Eastbourne, BN21 4UJ. Many items are available within one hour’s notice (subject to opening times) but others are available the next working day. You will be notified when your order is ready for collection.


We offer a no quibble, free returns policy for items of framed memorabilia within 30 days of the order being received. Items must be in the exact condition as sold.

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