England's fantastic four in midfield were too hot for Germany
MARTIN KEOWN, JAMIE CARRAGHER AND JAMIE REDKNAPP: Sportsmail's Three Wise Men provide their analysis of England's greatest triumph, the 1966 World Cup final victory.
1966 + 4: The World-Conquering England We Never Saw | Who Ate all the Pies
By Ed Barrett * * * * * Public opinion is fickle at the best of times, and never more so that where the national football team is concerned. So now that England's "golden generation" ha
1966 trophy theft 'solved' as family say crime brothers nicked it for kicks
THE greatest ever World Cup mystery may have finally been solved after it was claimed a pair of “gangland brothers” stole the Jules Rimet Trophy for kicks. A shady figure nicknamed Mr C…
Tips And Tricks For Playing Better Football
The tips below will make your footy skills improve. Footy requires dedication and practice. By reading this article, you can learn ways to improve your game skills. Buy your footy cleats based on your ...
England's World Cup '66 win was fixed by referees, claims ex-FIFA president
The World Cup of 1966 was 'fixed' in favour of England, claims ex-FIFA President Joao Havelange and believes English referees were chosen to influence several games.
1966 – Pickles the Dog and the Football World Cup
The biggest sporting story of 1966 was that the England football team won the World Cup when they beat West Germany 4-2 and Geoff Hurst, despite the near fifty year controversy over whether the ball crossed the line or not, famously scored the only world cup final hat trick ever. The whole country went football mad…