- Features an officially licensed West Coast Eagles Guernsey personally Hand signed Ben Cousins
- Includes imagery throughout Cousins brilliant career and amazing achievements
- Features replica Brownlow, 2006 Premiership, 2001,02,03,05 WCE Club Champion Medals
- Includes all stats in text format under images within the investment
- Limited Edition of only 50 units
- Officially licensed by the Australian Football League
- Endorsed by the AFL Players’ Association
- Accompanied by an Official AFL Players Association Certificate of Authenticity
- Presented in a deluxe timber frame
- Your AFL Ben Cousins Club Champion Guernsey Framed dimensions are 1000 x 790 mm
- Buying Official Memorabilia supports your club and the sport and above all is a trusted Authentic Investment for your collection!
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AFL Ben Cousins Club Champion Guernsey
West Coast’s favourite son made his debut in Round 4 of the 1996 AFL season, and the immediate impact he had in the blue and gold was not just impressive, but a sign of things to come. Fourteen possessions and kicked two goals that day against the Cats ensured Cousins became a permanent fixture of the team, with the pinnacle of his debut season taking the form of a five-goal haul against St Kilda in a best-afield performance. Cousins would go on to be named the 1996 AFL Rising Star; he remains the only Eagle to achieve this accolade. Ben’s star continued to shine brighter, winning three consecutive Club Champion awards from 2001, whilst winning the hearts of every West Coast fan along the way. The culmination of Cousins’ skilful, hard-running brilliance was best displayed in 2005 – his Brownlow year – and 2006, where he and his Eagles team-mats atoned for the heartbreaking 2005 Grand Final loss with a nail-biting, one-point win over Sydney. All in all, Cousins’ achievements –a Brownlow Medal, a Premiership, six All-Australian selections, an esteemed record as captain and a record four Club Champion awards – ensure he stands firmly as one of the great footballers of the modern era, and more importantly, an Eagles legend.