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Championship Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 25 pictures in our Championship collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


England vs Mexico during the 1966 World Cup, Wembley Stadium, London, 1966
England vs Mexico during the 1966 World Cup, Wembley Stadium, London, 1966
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Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency
Fred Perry, 1934. Artist: London News Agency
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Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935)
Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935)
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Barrel-rolling championship, 1930. Creator: Unknown
Barrel-rolling championship, 1930. Creator: Unknown
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Flying Fox, 1896-1911, (1911)
Flying Fox, 1896-1911, (1911)
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Sir Tatton Sykes, 1842-1860, (1911)
Sir Tatton Sykes, 1842-1860, (1911)
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Galtee More, 1894-1917, (1911)
Galtee More, 1894-1917, (1911)
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Isinglass (bay), 1890-1911, (1911)
Isinglass (bay), 1890-1911, (1911)
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Diamond Jubilee, c1905 (c1910). Artist: Henry Powell Palfrey
Diamond Jubilee, c1905 (c1910). Artist: Henry Powell Palfrey
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A Badminton Tournament at the Crystal Palace, 1902, (1903). Artist: Russell & Sons
A Badminton Tournament at the Crystal Palace, 1902, (1903). Artist: Russell & Sons
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Gladiator, 19th century. Artist: John Frederick Herring I
Gladiator, 19th century. Artist: John Frederick Herring I
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Gladiator, 19th century, (1903). Artist: John Frederick Herring I
Gladiator, 19th century, (1903). Artist: John Frederick Herring I
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Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935) Featured Image

Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935)

Great Britain wins the Davis Cup tennis championship, Paris, 30 July 1933, (1935). Great Britain won the Davis Cup for the first time in twenty-two years'. Left to right: Harry Lee, Fred Perry, Herbert Roper Barrett (non-playing captain), Bunny Austin and Pat Hughes. Bunny Austin was the first tennis player to wear shorts. From "The Silver Jubilee Book - The Story of 25 Eventful Years in Pictures". [Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1935]

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The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd
The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd
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Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. Artist: Sport & General
Fred Perry and FX Shields, 1934. Artist: Sport & General
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Donald Budge, 1937. Artist: Fox Photos
Donald Budge, 1937. Artist: Fox Photos
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The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. Artist: Planet News Ltd
The cushion bombardment of No 1 Court, Davis Cup, Wimbledon, 1935. Artist: Planet News Ltd
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Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, Wimbledon, 1927
Henri Cochet, the fastest player of his time, Wimbledon, 1927
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The Duke of York and his doubles partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig, Wimbledon 1926. Artist: London News Agency
The Duke of York and his doubles partner Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig, Wimbledon 1926. Artist: London News Agency
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Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926. Artist: London News Agency
Jean Borotra receives his medal from Queen Mary on centre court, 1926. Artist: London News Agency
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Suzanne Lenglen (left) and Elizabeth Ryan before their last singles match at Wimbledon, 1925
Suzanne Lenglen (left) and Elizabeth Ryan before their last singles match at Wimbledon, 1925
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JO Anderson (left) with WM ('Little Bill') Johnston, 1923. Artist: Tropical Press
JO Anderson (left) with WM ('Little Bill') Johnston, 1923. Artist: Tropical Press
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Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924. Artist: Tropical Press
Helen Wills playing her first Wimbledon final against Kathleen McKane, 1924. Artist: Tropical Press
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Swynford, 1907-1928, (1911)
Swynford, 1907-1928, (1911)
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The Heavyweight Championship at Aldershot, c1901, (1903). Artist: C Knight
The Heavyweight Championship at Aldershot, c1901, (1903). Artist: C Knight
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The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd Featured Image

The first Victory match, June 1945. Artist: Planet News Ltd

The first Victory match, June 1945. Group Captain Sir Louis Greig, Air Chief Marshal Sir Auther Tedder, Brig - General EF Koenig, Queen Mary, The Duchess of Kent, and Princess Nicholas of Greece. The tournament was not held from 1940 to 1945 because of World War II. A print from Wimbledon Story, by Norah Gordon Cleather, Sporting Handbooks Ltd, London, 1947

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Enid Wilson, British ladies champion (1931-33), c1930s
Enid Wilson, British ladies champion (1931-33), c1930s
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