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  1. Celebrate the Wonder of Wembley '66!
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Celebrate the Wonder of Wembley '66!

In 1966 England celebrated perhaps the greatest moment in its long football history when it won the World Cup in a dramatic 4-2 victory over West Germany!

This shirt is a replica of the 1996 jersey and is signed by a whopping 10 members of the now legendary World Cup champion squad. These players include hat trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst, Sir Bobby Charlton, Jack Charlton, Martin Peters, Roger Hunt, Gordon Banks, George Cohen, Ray Wilson, Nobby Stiles and the late, great Alan Ball.

The legend of England's World Cup victory only continues to grow so don't miss out on your chance to own a piece of football history!

Shirt is presented with a certificate of authenticity and an image featuring the players signing the item.

Unlike anything else, this is an incredible piece of soccer history!


En 1966, Inglaterra protagonizó tal vez el momento más glorioso en la historia de su fútbol tras obtener una dramática victoria de 4-2 sobre Alemania Oriental en la final del Mundial. Esta camiseta es una réplica de la que vistieron los ingleses en 1966 y

Rules of the Game: For FIFA matches, if a substitute enters the field of play without the refereeís permission, play is stopped, the substitute is cautioned, shown the yellow card and required to leave the field of play. Play is restarted with a dropped b You can save big money on several hundred items in the soccer.com SALE section- right now! Germany's Bundesliga was formed in 1963. U.S. Menís National Team played their first ever game in 1916 vs. Sweden in Stockholm. The 1970 World Cup was the first to be televised in color.