Each of the capital’s 367 Tube, DLR and Overground stations have been renamed after one of English football’s greatest players or managers.
Wembley Park has been renamed Alf Ramsey, while David Beckham appropriately occupies his Leytonstone birthplace.
Arsenal is changed to the club’s midfielder Jack Wilshere and Upton Park is named after 1966 World Cup-winning captain and West Ham United great, Bobby Moore.
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Each of the 14 lines also holds a special significance. The Docklands Light Railway adopts names of pre-war players such as Eddie Hapgood and Dixie Dean along its route, while the Victoria line features notable names from the women’s game, including Kelly Smith, Faye White and Hope Powell.