England's World Cup Squad 1966
Shown here with their trainers are the 22 players in England's World Cup Squad. Left to right: Back row - Assistant trainer Les Cocker (Leeds United), George Cohen (Fulham), Gerry Byrne (Liverpool), Roger Hunt (Liverpool), Ron Flowers (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Gordon Banks (Leicester City), Ron Springett (Sheffield Wednesday), Peter Bonetti (Chelsea), Jimmy Greaves (Tottenham Hotspur), Bobby Moore (West Ham United), John Connelly (Manchester United), George Eastham (Arsenal) and Harold Shepherdson (Middlesbrough), trainer. Seated: Jimmy Armfield (Blackpool), Nobby Stiles (Manchester United), Jack Charlton (Leeds United), Geoff Hurst (West Ham United), Terry Paine (Southampton), Ray Wilson (Everton), Martin Peters (West Ham United), Alan Ball (Blackpool) and Bobby Charlton (Manchester United). Foreground: Norman Hunter (Leeds United), left, and Ian Callahan (Liverpool).
Soccer - World Cup England 66 - Reception For World Champions England - Elstree Studios
England manager Alf Ramsay (second l) and captain Bobby Moore (second r) display the Jules Rimet trophy, which England won the previous day with a thrilling extra time victory over West Germany, at a reception given by ITV for the World Champions. Looking on are (l-r) England's Jack Charlton, Gordon Banks, George Cohen and Gerry Byrne
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World Cup Final 1966 England v West Germany
WORLD CUP 1966: The ball eludes the clutching hands of England goalkeeper Gordon Banks and goes into the net to give West Germany a 1-0 lead after 13 minutes in the World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. The scorer was Helmut Haller. * England players in the picture are (l-r) Ray Wilson, Jackie Charlton and Bobby Moore. 7/3/01: Legendary goalkeeper Banks is to auction off his 1966 World Cup winning medal. The England star played in the side that beat the former West Germany 4-2 at Wembley to win football's greatest prize. Experts believe that the medal will fetch between 70, 000 and 90, 000 at the auction to be held at Christie's in London. Bidders will be able to try to get their hands on the slice of footballing history on March 23 when the medal is sold off in a football memorabilia auction.