Fairmore Sports was founded in 1985 by Brad Moore. Since then, no other dealer in the world has sold more vintage game worn hockey jerseys than Fairmore Sports. Here are a few of the names we have had:

  • Orr
  • Howe
  • Gretzky
  • Richard
  • Nighbor
  • Plante
  • Bower
  • Horton
  • Abel
  • Bentley
  • Sawchuk
  • Beliveau
  • Hall
  • Hull
  • Esposito
  • Dionne
  • Schmidt
  • Harvey
  • Kennedy

Fairmore Sports is comprised of 3 hockey fanatics, Brad Moore, Mike Nerl, Dave Fairfull, who have a love and passion for collecting and "old time" hockey. We are dedicated to finding and offering the memorabilia hobby the finest in game worn jerseys, equipment, and memorabilia. We also do authentication and insurance appraisals.

  • Brad Moore

Brad began playing hockey at age 5 and at age 7 started collecting cards and pucks, he began collecting game worn jerseys in 1974. In the early to mid 80's Brad had tryouts with the CFL, NFL, and USFL as placekicker until a hamstring injury ended his kicking days. In the late 80's to early 90's Brad helped acquire over 40 jerseys and pieces of memorabilia for the Hockey Hall of Fame.

  • Mike Nerl

Mike joined the Fairmore team in 1987 while hunting for St.Louis Blues memorabilia. Mike is a former defenseman who's all-time favorite player is former Blues great Barclay Plager and he has done extensive research into hockey in the St. Louis area dating back to the 1920's. He amassed a large collection of game worn jerseys and memorabilia relating to St. Louis hockey teams such as the Blues, Hawks, Eagles, and Flyers for a museum which was originally planned for the Kiel Center but was later shelved by the team owners. Mike continues to collect St. Louis hockey related memorabilia.

  • Dave Fairfull

Dave is a noted hockey historian who is in the process of compiling a complete all-time statistical history of every NHL player and team. Dave has played hockey for over 50 years at both the amateur and professional level and continues to strap on the blades and keep everyone in the dressing room "loose" with his hockey stories and trivia.