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England66

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  • 1. Begin
  • 2. England World Cup Winners 1966
    • Photos and Introduction
    • The team
    • The Group Stage
    • Quarter-Final
    • Semi Final
    • Final
    • Bibliography
  • 3. Click image to enlarge… s ixteen teams, Thirty two games, eighty nine goals, an average of fifty one thousand fans per game, two weeks of football heaven for any fan and the perfect outcome England crowned world champions. This presentation will take a brief look into the tournament that saw England become the best in the world and a super power in the game of football. Starting at the group stages all the way through to the final and the magic moments that saw England creep ever closer to the first World Championship victory. Home
  • 4. Bobby Moore kissing the Jules Rimet Cup after becoming the first Englishman to lift the trophy. Back
  • 5. Bobby Moore lifting Jules Rimet Cup Surrounded by ecstatic England team mates tears of joy. Back
  • 6. Jackie Charlton holding Jules Rimet Cup for first time with Geoff Hurst to the right and Alan Ball to the left. Back
  • 7. Original art work from the 1966 World Cup letting fans know about the greatest tournament in the world. Back
  • 8. Scenes outside the famous Wembley Stadium just before the 1966 World Cup Final. Back
  • 9. Back Fans just before kick-off waiting for the teams to make and appearance.
  • 10. Back The original World Cup “The Jules Rimet Cup”.
  • 11. The Team Home Back row, Left to Right: Harold Sheperdson (trainer) , Nobby Stiles , Roger Hunt , Gordon Banks , Jackie Charlton , George Cohen , Ray Wilson and Sir Alf Ramsey (Manager). Front row, Left to Right: Martin Peters , Geoff Hurst , Bobby Moore , Alan Ball and Bobby Charlton Click name for players profile…
  • 12. D.O.B: 28 October 1918 An English football player, coach and manager. Born in Middlesbrough, Shepherdson signed for his home town club in 1936, but saw his playing career interrupted by the Second World War and ultimately made just 17 league appearances. He is most notable for having been Alf Ramsey's long-term assistant as England manager, including during the successful 1966 World Cup campaign. Shepherdson also had a spell as caretaker manager of Middlesbrough in 1973. Back to Team Harold Shepherdson
  • 13. Nobby Stiles Back to Team 28 (1) England 1965–1970 National team 311 (17) 57 (2) 46 (1) 414 (20)     Manchester United Middlesbrough Preston North End Career 1960–1971 1971–1973 1973–1975 App (Gls) * Club Years Club information Midfielder Playing position Collyhurst, England Place of birth    18 May 1942 ) (age 66) Date of birth Norbert Peter Stiles Full name Personal information
  • 14. Roger Hunt Back to Team 34 (18) England 1962–1969 National team 404 (245) 76 (24) 480 (269)    Liverpool Bolton Wanderers Total: 1958–1969 1969–1972 1959–1972 App (Gls)* Club Years Senior clubs Striker Playing position Golborne, England Place of birth    20 July 1938 ) (age 69) Date of birth Roger Hunt Full name Personal information
  • 15. Back to Team Gordon Banks 73 (0) England 1963-1972 National team 23 (0) 293 (0) 194 (0) 12 (0) 1 (0) 39 (0)    Chesterfield Leicester City Stoke City ->Cleveland Stokers St Patrick's Athletic Fort Lauderdale Strikers 1955-1959 1959-1966 1966-1972 1967 1977 1977-1978 App (Gls) Club Years Senior clubs Goalkeeper Playing position 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Height Sheffield, England Place of birth     30 December 1937 ) (age 70) Date of birth Gordon Banks Full name Personal information
  • 16. Back to Team Jackie Charlton 35 (6) England 1965–1970 National team 773 (96)    Leeds United 1952–1973 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Leeds United 1950–1952 Youth clubs Centre-back Playing position 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) Height Ashington, England Place of birth     8 May 1935 ) (age 73) Date of birth John Charlton Full name Personal information
  • 17. Back to Team George Cohen 37 (0) England 1964-1967 National team 459 (6)    Fulham 1956-1969 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Right back Playing position London, England Place of birth     October 22, 1939 ) (age 68) Date of birth George Reginald Cohen Full name Personal information
  • 18. Back to Team Ray Wilson Bradford City 1971 Teams managed 63 (0) England 1960–1968 National team 266 (6) 116 (0) 25 (0) 2 (0)    Huddersfield Town Everton Oldham Athletic Bradford City 1952–1964 1964–1969 1969–1970 1970–1971 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Left back Playing position Shirebrook, England Place of birth     17 December 1934 ) (age 73) Date of birth Ramon Wilson Full name Personal information
  • 19. Back to Team Sir Alf Ramsey Ipswich Town England Birmingham City 1955-1963 1963-1974 1977-1978 Teams managed Right-back Playing position 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Height Suffolk, England Place of death     28 April 1999 (aged 79) Date of death     Dagenham, England Place of birth     22 January 1920) Date of birth Alfred Ernest Ramsey Full name Personal information
  • 20. Back to Team Martin Peters 67 (20) England 1966-1974 National team 302 (81) 189 (46) 206 (44) 24 (3)    West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Norwich City Sheffield United 1959-1970 1970-1975 1975-1980 1980-1981 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Midfielder Playing position London, England Place of birth     8 November 1943 ) (age 64) Date of birth Martin Stanford Peters Full name Personal information
  • 21. Back to Team Geoff Hurst 49 (24) England 1966-1972 National team 411 (180) 108 (30) 10 (2) 24 (9) ? (?)    West Ham United Stoke City West Bromwich Albion Seattle Sounders Cork Celtic 1959-1972 1972-1975 1975-1976 1976 1976 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Striker Playing position Ashton-under-Lyne, England Place of birth     8 December 1941 ) (age 66) Date of birth Geoffrey Charles Hurst Full name Personal information
  • 22. Back to Team Bobby Moore 108 (2) England 1962–1973 National team 544 (24) 124 (1) 24 (1) 7 (0) 699 (26)     West Ham United Fulham San Antonio Thunder Seattle Sounders Total 1958–1974 1974–1977 1976 1978 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Defender Playing position London, England Place of death     24 February 1993 (aged 51) Date of death     Barking, England Place of birth     12 April 1941) Date of birth Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore Full name Personal information
  • 23. Back to Team Alan Ball 72 (8) England 1965-1975 National team 116 (40) 208 (66) 177 (45) 132 (9) 34 (5) 38 (10) 30 (5) 63 (2) 12 (?) 17 (2) 819 (184) Blackpool Everton Arsenal Southampton Philadelphia Fury Vancouver Whitecaps Blackpool Southampton Eastern AA Bristol Rovers Career 1962-1966 1966-1971 1971-1976 1976-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 1983-1984 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs 1 Midfield Playing position 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) Height Warsash, England Place of death     25 April 2007 (aged 61) Date of death     Farnworth, England Place of birth     12 May 1945) Date of birth Alan James Ball, Jr. Full name Personal information
  • 24. Back to Team Bobby Charlton 106 (49) England 1958–1970 National team 606 (199) 38 (8) 31 (18)    Manchester United Preston North End Waterford United 1954–1973 1973–1974 1975 App (Gls) * Club Years Senior clubs East Northumberland schools Manchester United 1953–1954 Youth clubs Midfielder, Striker (retired) Playing position Ashington, England Place of birth     11 October 1937 ) (age 70) Date of birth Sir Robert Charlton, CBE Full name Personal information
  • 25. The Group Stage Game 1 England 0-0 Uruguay Game 2 England 2-0 Mexico B.Charlton 37’ Hunt 75’ Home 1 5 2 2 1 0 3      France 2 3 1 1 2 0 3      Mexico 4 1 2 0 2 1 3      Uruguay 5 0 4 0 1 2 3      England Pts GA GF L D W Pld Team Game 3 England 2-0 France Hunt 38’ 75’
  • 26. Quater-Final Home England 1-0 Argentina Hurst 78’ England through to Semi-Final after an amazing one nil win over the South American greats and a game that saw great determination from the English. Geoff Hurst’s seventy eighth minute goal was the goal to seal the path through to the Semis. During that controversial game Argentina's Antonio Rattín became the first player to be sent off in a senior international football match at Wembley. Afterwards, the German referee, Rudolf Kreitlein, said that he had sent off Rattín because he didn't like how he had looked at him. Rattín at first refused to leave the field and eventually had to be escorted by several policemen. Only after 30 minutes England was able to score against an Argentineans team with 10 players. This game, even today, is called by Argentina as el robo del siglo (the robbery of the century) Please click image for game highlights…
  • 27. Home Semi-Final England 2-0 Portugal B.Charlton 30’ B.Charlton 80’ England through again this time to the final surely now they could smell the cup a game the brought great controversy was also the beginning of something special for the English. At this point, all semi-finalists were from Europe. The semi-final between England and Portugal was controversial as well. Liverpool was the original venue for the first semi-final. However, due to intervention of the English officials, the venue changed to Wembley. Eusebio alone had 4 goals wrongfully called back by the offside flag while Bobby Charlton scored both goals in England's triumph against Portugal. Portugal's goal came from a penalty kick in the 82nd minute after an intentional handball by Jack Charlton on the goal line. Please click image for game highlights…
  • 28. Home The Final NEXT England 2-0 West Germany Hurst 18’ Haller 12’ Peters 78’ Webber 89’ Hurst 101’ Hurst 120’
  • 29. Home NEXT PREVIOUS London's Wembley Stadium provided the venue for the final, and 98,000 people crammed inside to watch. After 12 minutes 32 seconds Helmut Haller had put West Germany ahead, but the score was levelled by Geoff Hurst four minutes later. Martin Peters put England in the lead in the 78th minute; England looked set to claim the title when the referee awarded a free kick to West Germany with one minute left. The ball was launched goal ward and Wolfgang Weber managed to poke it across the line, with England appealing in vain for handball as the ball came through the crowded penalty area. With the score level at 2-2 at the end of 90 minutes, the game went to extra time. In the 98th minute Hurst found himself on the score sheet again; his shot hit the crossbar, bounced down into the goalmouth just. It has been debated ever since whether it did cross the line, which would have made a crucial difference, since the score towards the end of extra time would have remained at 2-2, and West Germany would not have allowed Hurst the space to score what would have been the third goal. Whether the ball crossed the goal line or not has been a matter of discussion for decades, and the controversial call has become part of World Cup history. Recent digitally-enhanced footage is said to clearly illustrate that Geoff Hurst's second goal did not cross the line. In the last minute it was Hurst again, who dribbled easily through the German half to net his third goal, just as the gathered crowd invaded the pitch to celebrate with the team, thus cementing the victory for England with another controversial goal. This made Geoff Hurst the only player ever to have scored three times in a World Cup final. The Final
  • 30. Home NEXT PREVIOUS The Final in Video Please click image for game highlights…
  • 31. Famous quotes and Headlines “ They think it's all over... it is now! ” “ The World Cup is a truly international event ” “ Yes, yes, yes - no! The linesman says no! The linesman says no... It's a goal! It's a goal! Oh, and the Germans go mad at the referee! This linesman, at the linesman, who can only speak Russian and Turkish... ” “ It's only twelve inches high, solid gold, and it means that England are the world champions ” Home PREVIOUS NEXT
  • 32. Bibliography
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    • www.wikipedia.com
    • www.viewimages.com
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