1966 world cup England Team Quick Facts and Members

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The 1966 FIFA World Cup was the eighth staging of the World Cup, the world championship for men national association football teams. This was held in England from July 11 to July 30, 1966. In 1966 world cup England first world cup history match which mostly matched watching on television.

England is a Europe country in the United Kingdom. London is the capital of England which is also a multicultural, modern hub for the arts and business.

In this world cup, England beat West Germany 4–2 in the final. The country was selected for the hosting in 1966 World Cup in Rome.

That was the first time when 70 teams the qualifying tournament and built the new record number of entries.

1966 world cup England Team Quick Facts and Members

Qualification Team for FIFA World 1966

  • Asia- 1 Teams
  • Europe- 10 Teams
  • North America, Central America, and the Caribbean- 1 Teams
  • South America- 4 Team
1966 world cup England Team Quick Facts and Members
1966 world cup England Team Quick Facts and Members

1966 FIFA World Cup Quick facts

1966 was the modern World Cups all of the games were on television.

The 1966 World Cup was boycotted by African teams.

For host selection, When Fifa voted in Rome, England beat West Germany by 34 votes to 27 to secure the right to stage the tournament.

Since 1966 and ‘World Cup Willie’ the lion, each FIFA World Cup has had a mascot.

World Cup Willie’ the lion
World Cup Willie’ the lion

1966 world cup one of the most controversial finals ever.

1966 World Cup England Team Members

1966 world cup England Team Quick Facts and Members
1966 world cup England Team Quick Facts and Members
Position Players 
GK Gordon Banks
DF George Cohen
DF Ray Wilson
MF Nobby Stiles
DF Jack Charlton
DF Bobby Moore(captain)
MF  Alan Ball
FW  Jimmy Greaves
MF  Bobby Charlton
FW  Geoff Hurst
FW John Connelly
GK Ron Springett
GK Peter Bonetti
DF Jimmy Armfield
DF  Gerry Byrne
MF Martin Peters
DF Ron Flowers
DF Norman Hunter
FW Terry Paine
MF Ian Callaghan
FW Roger Hunt
MF George Eastham

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