1966 FIFA World Cup England

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1966 FIFA World Cup England


  • When: 11 July 1966 to 30 July 1966
  • Final: 30 July 1966
  • Matches: 32
  • Goals Scored: 89 (average 2.8 per match)
  • Attendance: 1635000 (average 51093)
  • Teams: 16
  1. Korea DPR
  2. Bulgaria
  3. England
  4. France
  5. Germany FR
  6. Hungary
  7. Italy
  8. Portugal
  9. Soviet Union
  10. Spain
  11. Switzerland
  12. Mexico
  13. Argentina
  14. Brazil
  15. Chile
  16. Uruguay


Final
England (1 [1st]) (2 [2nd]) 4-2 a.e.t (2 [2nd]) (1 [1st]) Germany FR

Third Place
Portugal (1) 2-1 (1) Soviet Union

Semifinal
England (1) 2-1 (0) Portugal
Germany FR (1) 2-1 (0) Soviet Union
  • Winner: England
  • Runners-Up: Germany FR
  • Third: Portugal
  • Fourth: Soviet Union

  • Golden Shoe: EUSEBIO (Eusebio da Silva Ferreira) (9 goals) (Portugal)
  • Helmut HALLER (6 goals) (Germany FR)
  • Valeriy PORKUYAN (4 goals) (Soviet Union)
  • Geoff HURST (4 goals) (England)
  • Ferenc BENE (4 goals) (Hungary)
FOR YOUR INFO
  1. Portugal scored in or after the 80th minute in each of their six matches, the last one of these late goals by Torres earning them the bronze medal.
  2. Korea DPR led Portugal 3-0 in their quarter-final, but four goals inside little over 30 minutes from Eusebio inspired the Europeans to a 5-3 win.
  3. At his fifth tournament, Mexico keeper Antonio Carbajal kept a clean sheet in his only outing, 16 years and 25 days after his first finals appearance.
  4. Pablo Forlan and Jean Djorkaeff were members of the Uruguay and France squads that squared off, just as their sons, Diego and Youri, were in 2002.
  5. Brazil had the finals' oldest player (Djalma Santos) and scorer (Garrincha), plus its youngest scorer, appearant (both Tostao) and squad member (Edu).
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