1966 World Cup Heroes


Wembley, 30th July 1966, was the setting for the game against West Germany. England ground to a standstill as millions gathered to watch the match. England went behind early in the match, then Geoff Hurst equalized, Hurst joined the team after Jimmy Greaves was dropped. Martin Peters put England 2-1 ahead with 11 minutes to go. Germany equalised forcing extra time, Hurst scored another controversial goal, and then in the dying seconds scored his fourth to win the World Cup. Published in a single limited edition of only 500 worldwide, each print is individually numbered and signed by Peter Deighan, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

Additional Information

Limited Edition (Worldwide): 500
Image Size: 384mm x 320mm    Print Size: 17” x 14 1/2” approx.

RRP  £110

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