A champion in the English League as a member of Tottenham Hotspur (in 1951), Sir Alf Ramsey is best remembered for leading England to the 1966 World Cup as manager. Wearing a blue zip-up jacket, now celebrated as Umbro's "Ramsey" jacket, Sir Alf is matched only by Pele and Beckenbauer for turning sportswear items into style icons. 

Years Active (player): 1943-1949 (Southampton), 1949-1955 (Tottenham)

Years Active (manger): 1955-1963 (Ipswich Town), 1963-1974 (England), 1977-1978 (Birmingham City), 1979-1980 (Panathinaikos).