British footballer Stanley Matthews (1915 - 2000) of Blackpool FC. He gained 54 international football caps for England.
November 17, 2004 License
English footballer Sir Stanley Matthews (1915 - 2000) carries the FIFA flag into Westminster Abbey, where a service is being dedicated to the Worldwide Fellowship of Sport.
January 01, 2009 License
Sir Stanley Matthews, aged 50, hangs up his boots for the last time after playing a farewell match for the Stanley Matthews XI against a World XI at Stoke City's Victoria Ground, where he began his career 33 years earlier.
Three England players running around the track at Highbury during a training session for their forthcoming match against Scotland. Left to right: Stanley Matthews, Duncan Edwards and captain Billy Wright.
Stanley Matthews (left) of Blackpool and Billy Kiernan of Charlton Athletic battle for the ball during a match at The Valley.
Britain's most famous footballer, Stanley Matthews (1915 - 2000) of Blackpool FC.
Members of the England Squad who are to play a 'rest of the world' team, (back row, from left) Ray Barlow, Alf Ramsey, Derek Ufton, Ted Ditchburn, Gil Merrick, Bill Dickinson, Bill Eckersley, Jimmy Trotter (trainer), (front row, from...More
Britain's most famous football player, Stanley Matthews, takes to the pitch for Blackpool FC in a match against Chelsea FC at Bloomfield Road. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6721 - Stanley Matthews, The Hero At Home - pub. 1953
Stanley Matthews, 38-year-old Blackpool Football Club player and household name, relaxes at the lawn tennis court in the garden of his Blackpool home. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6721 - Stanley Matthews, The Hero At Home -...More
Blackpool Football Club player and household name, Stanley Matthews, signs autographs for young fans outside Blackpool's ground. After all these years in the game, the country's most famous footballer still finds crowds 'embarrassing'....More
November 26, 2009 License