Autographs of Joe Root

Joe Root

Joseph Edward Root, MBE (born 30 December 1990) is an English cricketer who plays for the England Test and One Day International (ODI) teams, and formerly captained the Test team. He also represents Yorkshire in English domestic cricket. More about Joe Root

Current items with a signature of Joe Root

These are the most current items with a signature of Joe Root that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnail Joe Root England Ashes Cricket Legend Autographed Signed Photo + COA £22.99logo
thumbnailCricket - Joe Root Signed 2019 World Cup Final Scorecard -England v New Zealand£50.00logo
thumbnailhand signed a4 memorabilia joe root wnith coa£20.00logo
thumbnailJoe Root - English Test Cricketer - '10,000 Test Runs' - In Person Signed Card.£20.00logo
thumbnailJoe Root Bringing Home The Ashes (softback) Signed by Joe Root£5.00logo
thumbnailJOE ROOT ENGLAND HAND SIGNED MOUNTED & FRAMED DISPLAY A4 GREAT GIFT COA£19.99logo
thumbnailJOE ROOT ENGLAND, AUTOGRAPHED 10 X 8 PHOTOGRAPH.£14.99logo
thumbnailJoe Root Hand Signed Autograph A3 England Cricket Shirt Poster Display COA£59.99logo
thumbnailJoe Root Hand Signed England Cricket Ball Ashes Display AFTAL COA£329.00logo
thumbnailSIGNED CHANCE TO SHINE TOP TRUMPS CARD-JOE ROOT-ENGLAND CRICKET£7.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Joe Root

In total, we tracked 411 items since 01/09/2012. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Joe Root (Joe Root signed England shirt and cap West Indies series 2020 match worn) was sold in August 2021 for £750.00 while the cheapest item (Joe Root Genuine Hand Signed 12x8 Photo With Exact Proof) found a new owner for £0.06 in September 2013. The month with the most items sold (23) was July 2019 with an average selling price of £9.99 for an autographed item of Joe Root. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2017 with £199.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with £1.94 was June 2018. In average, an autographed item from Joe Root is worth £13.45.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Joe Root were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailCricket International Card Signed Englands Joe Root Test CapNo 655£7.50logo
thumbnailCricket International Card Signed Joe Root Test Cap No 655£5.50logo
thumbnailJoe Root - Bringing Home The Ashes Hardback SIGNED - CG T08£10.58logo
thumbnailJoe Root England Cricket,Yorkshire,Test Player, Captain, Autograph£2.99logo
thumbnailSIGNED TAP N'PLAY ENGLAND CRICKET CARD 2018 NATIONAL PRIDE-JOE ROOT NP-1£9.99logo
thumbnailSIGNED TAP N'PLAY ENGLAND CRICKET CARD 2018 ODI-JOE ROOT 072£9.99logo
thumbnailSIGNED TOP TRUMPS WORLD CRICKET STARS 2018 CARD-JOE ROOT-ENGLAND CRICKET£9.99logo
thumbnailTap N Play Card No 72 Signed by Joe Root£3.99logo
thumbnailTap N Play Card No 72 Signed by Joe Root£6.25logo
thumbnailYorkshire Cricket New 2022 Season Hand Signed A4 Autograph Sheet,INC JOE ROOT£43.00logo

Latest News about Joe Root

Jason Gillespie: Joe Root is ready to lead England … he would embrace it (04/01/15): Yorkshire’s head coach has helped six of his County Championship-winning side into the England squad and will begin the title defence seriously down on numbers but Gillespie chooses to look at the positives • Mum’s tears have Adam Lyth crying over England call to tour West Indies “Part of our job is

Joe Root dismisses speculation about Kevin Pietersen return to England fold as ' (03/09/15): England batsman Joe Root has dismissed speculation that Kevin Pietersen could make an astonishing return to the team as 'completely irrelevant'. ECB chairman Colin Graves suggested a return could happen. Go to news article

Joe Root: Don't worry about Eoin Morgan's form, he'll perform in World Cup opene (03/09/15): Joe Root is certain that captain Eoin Morgan will lead from the front when England begin their World Cup campaign against Australia on Saturday. Go to news article

England's World Cup 2015 player ratings: Joe Root impressed but Gary Ballance fl (03/09/15): England crashed out of the 2015 Cricket World Cup in dramatic circumstances on Monday losing to Bangladesh by 15 runs after they were bowled out. Go to news article

Joe Root: England have to be convincing against Bangladesh and Afghanistan (03/09/15): Joe Root feels England need to make a convincing statement that they belong in the World Cup quarter-finals when they meet Bangladesh and Afghanistan in their final two group games. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Joe Root

Joe Root dismisses speculation about Kevin Pietersen return to England fold as ' (03/2015): England batsman Joe Root has dismissed speculation that Kevin Pietersen could make an astonishing return to the team as 'completely irrelevant'. ECB chairman Colin Graves suggested a return could happen. Go to news article

Joe Root century not enough as Sri Lanka crush England in World Cup (02/2015): Sri Lanka (312-1) beat England (309-6) by 9 wickets: England's hopes of reaching quarter-finals on a knife-edge after chastening defeat

England’s Joe Root ‘unconcerned’ after David Warner fined for remark (01/2015): I’m more concerned about English cricket, says Joe Root after comments by the Australia opener David Warner in spat with India’s Rohit Sharma • Martin Crowe: Warner’s thuggish behaviour has gone too far The decision to put Joe Root up for interview on the morning David Warner was again top of the ne

Joe Root the star for England but captain Alastair Cook's struggles with the bat (12/2014): England were defeated 5-2 by Sri Lanka in the seven-match one-day series and, in truth, very few players have done their World Cup chances much good. Here, Sportsmail rates the touring players... Go to news article

England can spring a surprise and win the World Cup, insists star batsman Joe Ro (11/2014): Joe Root has a knack for niggle when it comes to Sri Lanka but is focusing only on upsetting the odds when it comes to England’s one-day future. Go to news article

Winter full of promise insists Joe Root (10/2014): JOE ROOT is confident England can defy their critics and be contenders for this winter’s one-day World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Go to news article

21 things we learnt in the cricket season including Alastair Cook remains popula (09/2014): Nick Hoult has the stand-out talking points and key issues from this season including Alastair Cook remains popular but Joe Root is team's captain-elect

England v India: Joe Root insists hosts have enough firepower without Alex Hales (08/2014): Joe Root believes England’s batting is just fine without Alex Hales. Go to news article

Moeen Ali and Joe Root turn it on as England inch closer to victory over India (07/2014): PAUL NEWMAN AT THE AGEAS BOWL: England are perfectly placed to end close to a year of abject misery by finishing off a job they have started with four highly impressive days and level this Investec series with victory in the third Test. Go to news article

England v Sri Lanka: Joe Root and Matt Prior have looked good, but Alastair Cook (06/2014): Michael Vaughan: England must learn to show more aggression if they are to hope to regularly take 20 wickets in a Test

Joe Root desperate to avoid more England agony (05/2014): Joe Root has said England's much-vaunted attempt to rebuild their standing with their fans, let alone the rest of the cricket world, will come to nothing if they suffer yet more humiliation during the ongoing one-day series with Sri Lanka.

Joe Root 'proud' of Yorkshire captaincy honour at Lord's (04/2014): JOE ROOT admitted it had been “a proud moment and a real honour” to be chosen to captain Yorkshire when regular skipper Andrew Gale stood down from the side to play Middlesex at Lord’s. Go to news article

England batsman Joe Root desperate to move on following winter of discontent in (03/2014): England batsman says future is still bright despite injury woe and sagas with Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott        

Joe Root stars as England begin post-Kevin Pietersen era with nervy win in West (02/2014): Century sets up nervy win in first game after Pietersen's axing with Tredwell pick of bowlers in 29-run win        

Australia v England: torrid tour puts a sudden detour in Joe Root's smooth route (01/2014): Joe Root in danger of being dropped from the 50-over team within a fortnight of losing his Test place.        

Steven Finn and Joe Root Support England Coach Andy Flower (12/2013): Steven Finn and Joe Root have vowed to support England coach Andy Flower after relincquishing the Ashes to Australia. An overhaul has been demanded in the wake of defeat in the third Test in Perth but Flower is s

Joe Root is mature enough to replace Jonathan Trott at No3, insists coach Andy F (11/2013): Andy Flower today backed Joe Root to be a success if he replaces Jonathan Trott as England’s No3 following the batsman’s departure from Australia with a stress-related illness.

The Ashes: Joe Root accepts top order must improve (10/2013): Joe Root yesterday accepted that England’s top order must do better if they are to retain the Ashes — but whether he remains part of that unit when their defence begins at Brisbane next month is open to question. Go to news article

Joe Root's in the wars but England star still ready to fight the Aussies (08/2013): Joe Root was nursing a fat lip and struggling to talk but England expect him to play on Saturday in a Twenty20 game against Australia. Go to news article