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1966 FIFA World Cup


1966 FIFA World Cup
World Cup 1966
1966 FIFA World Cup logo.png
1966 FIFA World Cup official logo
Tournament details
Host country

England

Dates 1130 July (20 days)


Teams

16 (from 4 confederations)

Venue(s)

8 (in 7 host cities)

Final positions
Champions

England (1st title)

Runners-up

West Germany

Third place

Portugal

Fourth place

Soviet Union

Tournament statistics
Matches played

32

Goals scored

89 (2.78 per match)

Attendance 1,563,135 (48,848 per match)


Top scorer(s)

Portugal Eusbio (9 goals)

Best young player Germany Franz Beckenbauer


1962
1970

The 1966 FIFA World Cup, the eighth staging of the World Cup, was held in England
from 11 to 30 July. England beat West Germany 42 in the final, winning the Jules
Rimet Trophy. With this victory, England won their first FIFA World Cup title and
became the third World Cup host to win the tournament after Uruguay in 1930 and
Italy in 1934.

The 1966 Final, held at Wembley Stadium,[1] was the last to be broadcast in black
and white.[2] The tournament held a 28-year FIFA record for the largest average
attendance until it was surpassed by the United States in 1994.

Host selection
Qualification
Format
Summary
Mascot
Venues
Match officials
Seeding
Squads
Results
Goalscorers
FIFA retrospective ranking
References
External links
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