Plaque   

(lost) Bobby Moore

West Ham United Football Club Bobby Moore

Erection date: 21/1/2007

Inscription

Bobby Moore, OBE, 1941 - 1993, captain of West Ham United & England.
Sports Heritage

The Heritage Foundation website mentions a plaque to him unveiled in 2000 by his wife Stephanie, Sir Norman Wisdom, Kenneth Wolstenholme, George Cohen, Martin Peters and Noel Cantwell. This was presumably replaced by the current one.

Site: West Ham United Football Club (5 memorials)

E13, Green Street, Boleyn Ground

This stadium was demolished in 2016 and we can't find out what happened to the plaques so we have marked them all as lost.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Bobby Moore

Subjects commemorated Information

England Football Team

The joint (along with Scotland) oldest national football team in the world. I...

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West Ham United

London based football team, known as 'The Hammers'. Originally called the Tha...

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Bobby Moore

Footballer. Born Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore in Upney Hospital, Barking, E...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Bobby Moore

Created by Information

Sports Heritage

It became part of what is now the Heritage Foundation.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Bobby Moore

Also at this site Information

John Lyall

John Lyall, 1940 - 2006, manager of West Ham United 1974 - 1989. Sports Herit...

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Ron Greenwood

Ron Greenwood, CBE, 1921 - 2006, manager of West Ham United and England. Spor...

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West Ham Pals

{Between the crests of the Essex Regiment and West Ham United:} Dedicated in ...

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West Ham United Museum

{Beneath the West Ham United crest:} The West Ham United Museum was opened by...

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