HOW TO ORDER A DVD
When you have looked through the web-site and have found some matches that interest you, then go to the "price list" page and this will let you know the price of the dvds that you want.
To make your order, send an e-mail to - firstname.lastname@example.org
In your e-mail, make a list of all the matches you want, complete with date of matches and disc references of the dvds.
Once your payment has been received, you will receive an e-mail confirming that your payment has been received, and when the dvds will be posted out, which is normally within 2 days of receiving your payment.
for a list of prices go to page titled "price list"
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ORDERING OF DVDS
When ordering a dvd it is kindly requested that you give the following information -
(1) give the date of the match as it appears on the web-site. Sometimes orders are received asking for example "send me 1976 Arsenal v Everton, but 1976 could mean 1975-76 season or 1976-77 season.
(2) give the scoreline of the match. An order was recently received asking for "the match between Arsenal and Manchester United from 2004-2005 season". The problem with that was that Arsenal played Manchester United 5 times that season. If the scoreline had been given it would have made things a lot easier to work out the match that was being referred to.
(3) always give the duration of the dvd as it appears on the web-site. Sometimes there are 2 versions of the same match. For example 1983-84 Luton v Tottenham (20 mins) with good picture or Luton v Tottenham (90 mins) with poor picture). If you just ask for Luton v Tottenham and do not state 20 mins or 90 mins then it is difficult to know which version you are after.
(4) Most matches have a disc reference. For example INT 737, ENG 3423, CLUB 1856, OR MU 590.
Please can you give the disc reference for any
match you order.
Old football dvds has such a large collection of dvds, that unless you give all of the above information when ordering, then it can be very difficult and very time consuming to locate a disc out of a collection of over 50,000 matches.