Shipway, right winger for Dulwich Hamlet either side of the First World War,
partnered two of the greatest inside forwards in the history of the amateur
game, the Egyptian Hussein Hegazi and the legendary Edgar Kail.
In 1913 he
won two England caps, against Germany and Holland, making him the club’s second
amateur international after Charlie Tyson.
England Amateurs 1913. Shipway first left seated.
time at Champion Hill, Shipway gained many representative honours for the London
FA and Surrey County FA.
A few years
ago some football memorabilia relating to Shipway was auctioned off. Along with
the county caps and badges was his large collection of enamel pin badges.
Included among them were some early Dulwich Hamlet ones from the 1920s and 30s.
of his embroidered shirt badges have turned up on Ebay. The London
badge he can be seen wearing in the top picture from December 1911. The photograph was taken before the match against Middlesex at Stamford Bridge.