Pele Signed Shirt

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Win a Shirt Signed By Pele with Icons.com

Revista De La Liga have teamed up with Icons.com - the home of signed football memorabilia - to give one lucky person the chance to win a superb prize - a Brazil shirt signed by the legendary Pele.

Icons.com have provided fans of the beautiful game with exclusive official signed football memorabilia since 1999, meeting up with the world's greatest players on a regular basis to bring you the widest range of exclusive 100% authentic signed football memorabilia, including:

Leo Messi
Cristiano Ronaldo
Andres Iniesta
Wayne Rooney
Steven Gerrard
Fernando Torres
Sergio Aguero
Iker Casillas
Eric Cantona
Pep Guardiola
Diego Maradona
Pele

All memorabilia is from official, closed signing sessions that Icons have held with the players, and comes in presentation packaging with a Certificate of Authenticity featuring an image of the player signing the prize. Icons.com is the new official licensed partner of the UEFA Champions League and was awarded an official FIFA signed memorabilia license in 2010.

Keep watching Revista De La Liga on Sky Sports to be the first to hear about these great prizes.

CLOSING DATE: Thursday 31st January 2013 23:23

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