Blackpool football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of Bloomfield Road. Great books about current and former Blackpool players and Blackpool managers and the history of Blackpool football club.
Top recommended books include Blackpool: The Glory Years Remembered, The Way It Was: My Autobiography, Right Back to the Beginning plus many more in the Blackpool online bookshop
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Blackpool Football Club: An A-Z
A detailed history of Blackpool Football club, written in an easily accessible A-Z format. The book has many photographs, statistics and player biographies to illustrate Blackpool's history.
Blackpool: The Glory Years Remembered (Heroes of Winter)
The late 40s and early 50s were without doubt Blackpool's golden years, with three trips to Wembley eventually securing the FA Cup in the Stanley Matthews final of 1953. This remarkable collection of thoughts and memories from players and fans alike makes for fascinating reading for any Tangerine dreamer.
The Way it Was: My Autobiography
It is both sad and fitting that Sir Stanley Matthew's touching biography ended on such a personal note with him thinking, as he so often did, about other people rather than himself. But for once, all attention is on him in his timely autobiography, The Way it Was. It's a classic from rags to riches tale that takes him from the streets of Hanley in Stoke on Trent to the dizzy heights of football stardom, but the road was never an easy one and never once does Sir Stanley let us, or himself forget that. What comes across so well in this engaging and beautifully written biography, completed with the help of his close friend Les Scott, is how down to earth he really was; he was very conscious that the rewards in life only come with hard work and determination.
Many more books in the Blackpool football bookshop with annuals, in-depth player and manager profiles and biographies, club stats and history.
Recommended Blackpool DVDs
Tower Power-Blackpool Season Review 08/09 [DVD] 
They always say the second season is the hardest, but despite losing their manager, Simon Grayson, halfway through, after 29 years away there was no way Pool were going to surrender their new found status. Always impressive on the road, the Seasiders produced fantastic performances at Palace, Plymouth, Swansea and Birmingham as part of an incredible double at the Premier League bound Blues. And of course, the sweetest form of revenge at neighbours and rivals Preston, when Charlie was the 5000 tangerine clad supporters darling! Featuring every goal from every game in a nerve-jangling, pulsating season and exclusive interviews with all the star men.
Blackpool FC 250 Greatest Goals [DVD]
Goals! Goals! Goals! That magical moment the ball hits the net is what football fans live for and here are a collection of the very best. Screamers, vicious volleys, heroic headers, fantastic free-kicks, magical moves, dramatic late efforts and so many more memorable and crucial goals that have thrilled and delighted Blackpool fans down the years. Four decades worth of scintillating action containing legendary names such as Green, Burns, Walsh, Hatton and Bamber, through to the modern day heroes Ormerod, Murphy, Parker Morrell and Hoolahan. And donít forget the Derby Day delights, with the most satisfying strikes against Preston and Burnley. Every Seasider will revel in this classic collection of glorious goals.