His career has been in the eye of millions since he made his debut at Tottenham Hotspur, so much that now it’s worthy of being in a museum. More specifically, the Museum of London will have a special display showing Harry Kane and his brilliant football journey.
This collection will include several items from Kane’s early football history; pictures, memorabilia, mementos from the beginning of one of football’s greatest stories. All the way from his youth career, to becoming England’s captain and both the Premier League and World Cup Golden Boot.
On display we’ll see the jerseys he wore on his loan spells at Leyton Orient and Millwall, and of course some of his most iconic shirts with Spurs and the England Men’s National Team. Even the moment when he became a Member of the British Empire (MBE) for his “services to sport”.
This special Harry Kane display will open at the Museum of London on May 21st, running until December, under the name ‘Harry Kane: I want to play football’.