ENGLAND 1966 JERSEY
Official England replica white jersey for the 1966 World Cup.
The shirt worn by the England team at the 1966 World Cup is a classic design that has become an icon in football history.
England's home shirt for that tournament was white, with long sleeves and a crew neck. On his chest he offered his emblematic shield with the three English lions.
White has always been the traditional color of the England team. Since its early creation in 1872, it has always dressed in white as the main and majority tone.
Not so in the rest of the uniform, which has varied between white and navy blue, in the case of pants, the latter being the most used throughout English history.
This shirt was played as the home team in the 1966 World Cup, played in eight different stadiums in England.
However, it was the red that was chosen for its grand final, where a fourth goal would give England its first and, so far, only World Cup, at the hands of Queen Elizabeth II.
The joy of an entire nation was personified in Queen Elizabeth II herself, who presented the World Cup to Sir Bobby Moore, captain of the British team, at London's Wembley Stadium.
England's white 1966 World Cup shirt is considered by many fans to be one of the most iconic in football history.
It presents the National Team shield on the chest and the number 6 on the back.
50% cotton, 50% polyester fabric.