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England official replica red shirt for the 1966 World Cup.

The England away shirt in 1966 featured a deep red base colour. On his chest he offered his emblematic shield with the three English lions.
In the final of that tournament, England faced West Germany at Wembley Stadium in London, and the team took the field in their away jersey.
During the match, the England shirt had a special patch on the right sleeve reading "World Cup Final 1966".
England won that game 4-2 after extra time, giving them their first and only World Cup thus far.

The 1966 World Cup was held for the first time in England. The inventors of soccer hosted the eighth World Cup in a tournament that took place from July 11 to 30.
The tournament was held in seven venues (London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Middlesbrough, Sheffield and Sunderland) spread over eight different stadiums, among which Wembley Stadium stood out.

It was the first championship televised in color and through satellite for the whole world (only the opening and the final).
In England the figure of the mascot (the lion Willie) was released, which also gave its name to the first official anthem of a world championship "World Cup Willie".
Geoff Hurst is, since then, the only footballer to score three goals in a World Cup final. England won 4-2 and lifted the Jules Rimet Cup for the first time in its history.
The most important goal of his life could not see it with his own eyes live. When Geoff Hurst decided the 1966 World Cup final with the famous "Wembley goal" after extra time,
The Englishman was on the ground with his back to the goal.

Today, England's red shirt from the 1966 World Cup is highly prized by collectors and continues to be an object of desire for football fans around the world.
the shirt that led his fans to win the most anticipated World Cup, whose cup was delivered by Isabel II.

This shirt features the National Team shield on the chest and the number 6 on the back.
50% cotton, 50% polyester fabric.



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