Possibly one of the most recognisable of England shirts, 1966 saw England reign supreme as the footballing World Champions.
Follow in the footsteps of Moore, Charlton, Ball, Peters and Hurst. The iconic England 1966 Away shirt is adorned with number 6 as worn by the captain, leader and legend Bobby Moore. The final will be remembered for many reasons, “did the ball cross the line?”, “The Geoff Hurst Hat-trick”, “Nobby’s dance” and the forever iconic image of “Bobby Moore being lifted on the shoulders of the players”.
Not only a great looking shirt but also a piece of English History.
One of the most memorable England shirts, the 1982 Admiral lives in the hearts of many an England fan.
Ron Greenwood picked his 22 for the 1982 Spain World Cup which included some of the England’s greatest ever players. Clemence, Butcher, Hoddle, Wilkins, Robson, Brooking, Keegan and Francis.
England qualified from their group whilst scoring the fastest goal ever in a World Cup finals by Bryan Robson after just 16 seconds.
Going out with a whimper against usual suspects and eventual finalists West Germany drawing 0-0, this 1982 World Cup signalled the end to the England careers of both Keegan and Brooking.