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*CLICK & COLLECT*

LAST CHANCE!

If you have placed your order to click and collect,
our collection point will be open the following days...

Click & Collect

Unit 17,

North East Business & Innovation Centre,

Enterprise Park East,

Wearfield,

Sunderland,

SR5 2TA

Opening times

Monday 21st December: 11am - 1pm

Please bring your order confirmation and ID as proof of purchase.

If you cannot collect at these times, please order postage
from the following link and we will mail your order:

https://www.safctheabsoluterecord.co.uk/product-page/extra-postage

 

ORDER & WIN!

* WINNERS ANNOUNCED*

Congratulations to our lucky winners…

 

Edwin Swinburn - order 10342

John Graham - order 10097

George Henderson - order 10491

 

You’re the proud new owners of three prints signed by the 1973 FA Cup winning team! We’ll be in touch via email to organise getting your prizes to you.

Sunderland AFC: The Absolute Record will make the perfect gift for any Red and White fan.

 

Anyone who orders from this website will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a print signed by all of the 1973 cup-winning team with the exception of the sadly missed Ian Porterfield and Bob Stokoe.

 

Anyone who has already ordered will also be entered into the draw. The winner will be drawn on Friday 11th December and the prize delivered before Christmas.

Order now to be in with
a chance of winning!

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ALL THINGS RED & WHITE

Written by the same team who compiled, ‘Sunderland: The Complete Record’ - official club historian Rob Mason and SAFC experts Mike Gibson and Barry Jackson - and with forewords by Niall Quinn and Brendan O’Donnell, the great great grandson of club founder James Allan, this new large-format A4 book is the most comprehensive record of Sunderland AFC, ever produced.

 

A 400 page hardback publication, it is ‘the Absolute Record’ on all things Red and White. Including the discovery of a new player who no-one ever knew had played in the league for Sunderland over a century ago and that all-time record league scorer Charlie Buchan should have been credited with an extra goal.

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