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1966 England Framed Print Collection

Step into the past and relive the thrilling moments of the 1966 England World Cup with our collection of framed prints. Each print showcases iconic images from that historic tournament, capturing the passion, energy, and excitement of soccer's most prestigious event. The high-quality prints are beautifully framed, making them a stunning addition to any home or office. Transport yourself back to the 1960s and celebrate England's triumphant victory with these collectible pieces of sports history.

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Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: 1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium July 1966 England 4 v West Germany 2 Captain

1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium July 1966 England 4 v West Germany 2 Captain Bobby Moore holds aloft the Jules Rimet trophy as he sits on the shoulders of his teammates They are L-R

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Goodison Park, Everton EAW162060

Goodison Park, Everton EAW162060
GOODISON PARK STADIUM, Liverpool. Aerial view of the home of Everton Football Club since 1892. Photographed in 1966. Goodison Park played host to Group 3 matches at the 1966 World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: World Cup 1966 Front Cover

World Cup 1966 Front Cover
Front cover of The Illustrated London News. Victory for the England football team. Bobby Moore passing the World Cup trophy to team manager

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Wembley Stadium 18308_03

Wembley Stadium 18308_03
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the old sports ground. Wembley hosted several games including the final of the 1966 football World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with World Cup

Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with World Cup
World Cup Final 1966. Queen Elizabeth II presenting the World Cup trophy to Englands Bobby Moore victorious after winning the game against West Germany in London on 30 July 1966. Date: 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough EAW613650

Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough EAW613650
AYRESOME PARK, Middlesbrough. Aerial view of the former home of Middlesbrough Football Club, photographed in 1992. Having obtained promotion the Teessiders were founder members of the Premier League

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Roker Park, Sunderland EPW613582

Roker Park, Sunderland EPW613582
ROKER PARK, Sunderland. Aerial view of the former home of Sunderland Football Club. They moved to the Stadium of Light in 1997. Photographed in 1992. In May the Black Cats reached the FA Cup Final

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Villa Park AFL03_aerofilms_684905

Villa Park AFL03_aerofilms_684905
VILLA PARK, Birmingham. Aerial view of the home of Aston Villa FC since 1897. Villa Park played host to Group 2 matches at the 1966 World Cup. Photographed in 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Hillsborough, Sheffield EAW640726

Hillsborough, Sheffield EAW640726
HILLSBOROUGH Stadium, Sheffield. Aerial view of the home of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club. Photographed in 1995 - in May Trevor Francis was sacked when the Owls finished only 13th in

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Wembley Stadium 18315_07

Wembley Stadium 18315_07
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. An aerial view of the old sports ground in 1999. Wembley played host to several matches including the final of the 1966 football World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: 1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium July 1966 England 4 v West Germany 2 Captain

1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium July 1966 England 4 v West Germany 2 Captain Bobby Moore holds aloft the Jules Rimet trophy as he sits on the shoulders of his teammates They are L-R

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Goodison Park, Everton AFL03_aerofilms_a162059

Goodison Park, Everton AFL03_aerofilms_a162059
GOODISON PARK STADIUM, Liverpool. Aerial view of the home of Everton Football Club since 1892. Photographed in 1966. Goodison Park played host to Group 3 matches at the 1966 World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: They Think It's All Over

They Think It's All Over
They Think It's All Over. Geoff Hurst scores the England winning goal in the 1966 World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Wembley Stadium Art - England

Wembley Stadium Art - England
Watercolour of Wembley Stadium, former home of the Football Association(FA) and England national football team, 1923 - 2000

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Old Trafford, Manchester EAW152726

Old Trafford, Manchester EAW152726
OLD TRAFFORD, Manchester. Aerial view of the home of Manchester United Football Club since 1910. Photographed in 1965. Old Trafford played host to Group 3 matches at the 1966 World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: OLD TRAFFORD Going to the Match - Manchester United FC

OLD TRAFFORD Going to the Match - Manchester United FC
Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 74

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Denis Law with Bobby Charlton and George Best hold 1966 World Cup replica

Denis Law with Bobby Charlton and George Best hold 1966 World Cup replica. 31st October 1995

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Old Trafford, Manchester EAW152730

Old Trafford, Manchester EAW152730
OLD TRAFFORD, Manchester. Aerial view of the home of Manchester United Football Club since 1910. Photographed in 1965. Old Trafford played host to Group 3 matches at the 1966 World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Wembley Cup Final day 1927 EPW017629

Wembley Cup Final day 1927 EPW017629
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. Aerial view. FA Cup Final day 23rd April 1927. On the pitch the teams are lined up to meet dignitaries. Cardiff City went on to beat Arsenal 1-0

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Football Stadium - National England Wembley Old

Football Stadium - National England Wembley Old
The original Wembley Stadium was a stadium in Wembley, London, best known for hosting important football matches. It stood on the same site now occupied by its successor

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Jimmy Greaves England v Uruguay 11th July 1966 with Luis Ubinas in pursuit

Jimmy Greaves England v Uruguay 11th July 1966 with Luis Ubinas in pursuit

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Maurice Edelston - Reading

Maurice Edelston - Reading
Football - 1951 / 1952 season - Reading photocall Maurice Edelston. He also played for Brentford and Fulham and represented the Great Britain team at the 1936 Berlin Olympics

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: England World Cup winners, West Ham players

England World Cup winners, West Ham players, Martin Peters, Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst, with the Jules Rimet Trophy. Date: 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Rod Stewart 2nd from left (in white) playing football in his football team The Goal

Rod Stewart 2nd from left (in white) playing football in his football team The Goal Diggers. Left is George Eastham who was a non playing member of the England 1966 World Cup winning squad

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Goodison Park, home to Everton FC, the football stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool

Goodison Park, home to Everton FC, the football stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool, England. 9th July 1966. Pictured, these three youngsters enjoy a World Cup preview at Goodison Park

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Jimmy Greaves Football Player July 1966 World Cup 1966 Jimmy relaxes in a

Jimmy Greaves Football Player July 1966 World Cup 1966 Jimmy relaxes in a bath with his bandaged leg rested up on a chair at the England team headquarters at Roehampton

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Brazilian football star Pele surrounded by photographers

Brazilian football star Pele surrounded by photographers and cameramen at the Brazilian team press conference at Lymm, Cheshire during the 1966 World Cup tournament in England. 7th July 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: 1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. England 4 v West Germany 2 after extra

1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. England 4 v West Germany 2 after extra time. Captain Bobby Moore parades the trophy with Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst. 30th July 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Bobby Charlton holds a full house in a game of cards with team mates, l-r Peter Bonetti

Bobby Charlton holds a full house in a game of cards with team mates, l-r Peter Bonetti, Martin Peters, Jack Charlton and Bobby Moore as the England team relax at their base in Hendon during the 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Nobby Stiles and Bobby Moore celebrate World Cup 1966 Nobby Stiles

Nobby Stiles and Bobby Moore celebrate World Cup 1966 Nobby Stiles and Bobby Moore celebrate with Geoff Hurst Martin Peters and Roger Hunt after winning the World Cup Final in Wembley

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Advertisement for Gala World Cup Celebration Dances, The Locarno

Advertisement for Gala World Cup Celebration Dances, The Locarno, junction of London Road and Boston Street, 1966
Image from Visitors Handbook and Programme of Events for the 1966 Football World Cup (Sheffield Local Studies Library: Local Pamphlets vol 256 S)

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: England Football Team Playing Cards July 1966 Bobby Charlton hold a full house in

England Football Team Playing Cards July 1966 Bobby Charlton hold a full house in a game of cards with team mates, l-r Peter Bonetti, Martin Peters, Jack Charlton and Bobby Moore Gambling

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: West Ham and England captain Bobby Moore, who is President of the World Cup Willie

West Ham and England captain Bobby Moore, who is President of the World Cup Willie Collectors Club, presents to officials of the Brazilian Embassy

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: West Hams England World Cup winning trio Bobby Moore

West Hams England World Cup winning trio Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst attend a club training session 16th August 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: England team training session at Lilleshall ahead of the 1966 World Cup tournament

England team training session at Lilleshall ahead of the 1966 World Cup tournament. Bobby Charlton. June 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium

BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 1966 World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. England 4 v West Germany 2 after extra time. Joy for Bobby Charlton and Martin Peters. 30th July 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Alf Ramsey at Paddington Station with the World Cup in his briefcase

Alf Ramsey at Paddington Station with the World Cup in his briefcase
Sir Alf Ramsey at Paddington Station with the World Cup in his briefcase 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: World Cup Final match at Wembley Stadium. England 4 v West Germany 2 after extra time

World Cup Final match at Wembley Stadium. England 4 v West Germany 2 after extra time. Martin Peters scores the second goal for England to put them 2-1 up. 30th July 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Goodison Park, home to Everton FC, the football stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool

Goodison Park, home to Everton FC, the football stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool, England. 2nd June 1966. The ground will be playing host to several matches during the 1966 World Cup Finals

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Goodison Park, home to Everton FC, the football stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool

Goodison Park, home to Everton FC, the football stadium is located in Walton, Liverpool, England. 9th July 1966. World Cup preview at Goodison Park, where some the Bulgarian team

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Roger Hunt football player for Liverpool and Ray Wilson of Everton run around Goodison

Roger Hunt football player for Liverpool and Ray Wilson of Everton run around Goodison Park displaying the Jules Rimet World Cup 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Bobby and Jack Charlton leave their mothers house in Ashington, Northumberland

Bobby and Jack Charlton leave their mothers house in Ashington, Northumberland, to go to a civic reception following the World Cup win. 18th August 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: England footballer Martin Peters with his wife Kathleen / kathy at a reception

England footballer Martin Peters with his wife Kathleen / kathy at a reception for the England team following their victory over West Germany in the 1966 World Cup Final. 31st July 1966

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Kay Stiles, wife of England World Cup hero Nobby Stiles

Kay Stiles, wife of England World Cup hero Nobby Stiles, pictured with their seven week old baby boy and elder son John, aged two, on holiday in Ireland following the World Cup tournament

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Chris Waddle misses a penalty shoot out in world cup 1990 during England v Germany

Chris Waddle misses a penalty shoot out in world cup 1990 during England v Germany semi final game Y2K Football England met Germany in the semi-final of the World Cup (Italia 90) 1990

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Denilson passes the ball to Pele during Brazilian football team training session for the 1966

Denilson passes the ball to Pele during Brazilian football team training session for the 1966 World Cup

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Brazil training pre World Cup 1966 Pele shoots goalkeeper Manga misses

Brazil training pre World Cup 1966 Pele shoots goalkeeper Manga misses

Background image1966 England Framed Print Collection: Old Trafford Stadium Study 2 - Manchester United FC

Old Trafford Stadium Study 2 - Manchester United FC
Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 74



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1966 England Framed Print Collection

In 1966, England won the. Led by their captain Bobby Moore, the English team defeated West Germany 4-2 in a thrilling final at Wembley Stadium. This was England's first and only World Cup victory to date, and it was an incredibly emotional moment for the entire nation. The team had come close to winning in previous years but this time they managed to pull off a dramatic victory. The English players were hailed as heroes for their incredible performance, and they remain legendary figures in English football history even today. This win marked a major milestone for both English soccer and British sports culture as a whole, cementing England's place among the world's top soccer nations.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The 1966 England collection from Media Storehouse offers a range of high-quality prints and wall art to commemorate one of the most iconic moments in English football history. Our collection includes framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards featuring images from the tournament held in England that year. Fans can relive the glory days with photographs of legendary players such as Bobby Charlton and Geoff Hurst scoring goals during the final match against West Germany at Wembley Stadium. Our collection also features team photos and action shots capturing the excitement of this historic event. Whether you're a die-hard fan or simply looking for unique sports memorabilia, our collection has something for everyone. With its stunning imagery and exceptional quality, it's no wonder why these pieces are highly sought after by collectors around the world.
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What are 1966 England (World Cup Soccer Football Sport) art prints?

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