This original supplement from the Cambrian News depicts the Aberystwyth Town side who had just won the 1899/1900 Welsh Cup after a 3 – 0 win over Druids.
To date, that is the club’s only success in the Welsh Cup final, although they have lost in two further finals appearances in the 21st century.
Pictured 3rd from the left on the back row is colourful football star Charlie Parry, who played at half-back and full-back.
Born in Oswestry, Parry was part of the first Everton squad to win the league in 1890/91, and was also their first player in history to be sent off.
He made several appearances for Wales, and ended his career with a six season stint at his local side Oswestry, where he actually played in goal.
Parry died in 1922 in poverty, aged just 52, and was buried in an unmarked grave.
Recently, thanks to the hard work of the Everton Heritage Society, Parry’s career was once again brought back into the spotlight, and he is set to receive a new headstone in a special ceremony on 1st March 2019.
As the president of Aberystwyth Town FC, the owner of the National Football Collection has also made a contribution towards the cost of the headstone for the late Mr Parry.
You can read more about the Parry event on the Liverpool Echo website.