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As soccer has become an increasingly international sport, autographs of the sport's stars have also
grown in popularity. Avid soccer fans seek out the signatures of soccer's greatest players both past and
present, resulting in a bustling auction market for soccer autographs and signed memorabilia.
One of the world's oldest sports, soccer, also known as football, dates back to the ancient empires of
China. Its development into a sport of organized clubs and teams occurred in the mid-19th century in
England. The creation of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) in the early 20th
century resulted in further growth of the sport and the development of increasing numbers of professional
leagues. Fandom soon followed, and with it, the pursuit of soccer star autographs.
Soccer player caliber often dictates how difficult it is to find their signature. Autographs by game
changers in the sport, such as Brazilian icon Pelé, can go for very high prices, while lesser-known players
can be found at more reasonable rates. Regardless of rank, soccer player autographs are sure to be
cherished by any fan of the sport.
England's King Edward III outlawed the game of soccer in 1365 due to its increasing
One of Pelé's number 10 jerseys sold in a London auction in 2002 for $224,600
FIFA's first World Cup was held in 1930. 1991 marked the first Women's World Cup