Hurst's Retro England Signed Shirt, 1966
Take home this red England national football team away shirt, the Replica Score Draw Official Retro 1966 version, personalized with former forward Sir Geoffrey Charles Hurst's number.
On July 30, 1966 the World Cup final was held at Wembley Stadium in London in front of 96,000 people. Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters were the heroes of the match, defeating West Germany 4-2 to become World Champions.
Geoff Hurst is still the only footballer to have scored three goals in a world championship final.
Hurst has signed the shirt on the front, making it unique.
- Red long-sleeved away shirt
- Replica Score Draw Official Retro version
- Signed by Geoff Hurst
- England emblem sewn onto chest
- Number sewn on in fabric
- #10, Size XL
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