RMG8FC0G–Soccer - World Cup England 1966 - Quarter Final - England v Argentina - Wembley Stadium. England's Geoff Hurst (l) fires a shot at goal
RME0XB36–Jan. 01, 1966 - the World Cup Soccer Draw: The draw for the World Cup Soccer Final rounds, to be played in England in July this
RM2C8C5AD–Bobby Moore lifts the Jules Rimet trophy aloft during a lap of honour in Wembley Stadium as the England football team win the FIFA World Cup of 1966, Geoff Hurst, Gordon Banks and Roger Hunt all close by
RM2F5AACT–England versus West Germany 1966 World Cup Final, Wembley Stadium Queen Elizabeth hands the Jules Rimet Trophy - The World Cup - to England Caprain Bobby Moore Photo by Tony Henshaw Archive
RMC5YXR6–British 4d postage stamp from set of stamps issued 18th August 1966 to commemorate England winning the 1966 football World Cup
RMRMB3FX–Queen Elisabeth II congratulates the German national football team on their world title at the World Cup in England: left Uwe Seeler, right Willi Schulz.
RMAA5TK7–England world cup subbuteo player
RMAN58PY–1966 World Cup Final football tickets
RMCPH2RX–sports, football / soccer, 1966 FIFA World Cup, final West Germany against England, German fans burst out in cheers in a restaurant in Frankfurt/Main as their team scores a goal, 30.7.1966, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMA119K6–Bobby Moore Captain of England World Cup winning football team holds Jules Rimet trophy aloft 30 July 1966 JMH0911
RMDRY8EW–World Cup Football commemorative stamps from Mongolia showing England 1966 and Chile 1962 and first issued on 25/4/1982
RM2E9E9YX–Football programme. Jules Rimet Cup World Championship England 1966. July 11-30. Official Souvenir Programme. Price 2/6.
RM2E864HP–Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown (L) holds the original football from England's 1966 World Cup victory with German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck and Sweden's Finance Minister Paer Nuder (C) at the Sports and Olympics Museum in Cologne, Germany, June 20, 2006. England are due to play Sweden in the last of their World Cup soccer group stage matches in Cologne tonight. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool