1966 Football World Cup England v W Germany Programmes


A very nice condition pair of original 1966 Football World Cup (also referred to as the Jules Rimet Cup) pair of official programmes, for both the whole tournament and also the Final, between England and Germany.

The programmes are in very good condition with nice fresh colours to the covers. The inside is in black and white, with information about all the teams and interspersed advertising. The Final is untouched, but the Tournament programme has had the team player’s names, scores and even the game attendances, added very neatly in pen.

The 1966 World Cup Final is England’s greatest footballing achievement in recorded history with the Three Lions earning their first-ever and only World Cup. A hat-trick from Geoff Hurst and a 78th-minute goal from Martin Stanford Peters helped the Three Lions famously beat West Germany 4-2 at Wembley Arena on July 30th, 1966, marking an occasion that will likely never be forgotten in English football history. A great way for fans to remember this incredible feat is through match memorabilia such as tournament programmes – small booklets associated with a live sporting event containing the proposed starting lineups and other details of the match.

Size each: 17.7 x 22.8 cm (7 x 9 inches)
Weight: 131 g and 137 g