1966 Replica shirt signed by Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters - Goalscorers
1966 Shirt Signed By Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters
Dimensions: 33 inches x 27 inches x 1 inch
100% Natural Wood Frame
Certificate of Authenticity
Ships Same Day
1966 is a year that will forever live in the memories of English soccer fans. On this year, the World Cup would be hosted on English soil, and the stage was set for England to show the world what it was made of. Captained by the legendary Bobby Moore, the squad entered into a tough preliminary round. Fighting through the preliminary round, England would go on to best Argentina and Portugal in gripping matches with Bobby Charlton making international news after outdoing Eusebio on the score sheet.
This all led down to the most famous day in English football history. With West Germany up early in the first half, a player by the name of Geoff Hurst who had won his spot after his play against Portugal found the back of the net. This feat would become seemingly natural for Hurst as he went on to score the only hattrick ever in a World Cup final. His success, however, was not the only to be had on that day. Martin Peters, the jack-of-all-trades midfielder who held together England’s “wingless wonders” formation, would score the second goal for England and contribute to the 4-2 victory over the West Germany squad. Hurst and Peters would later be immortalized through a statue commemorating their accomplishments, and the memory of their triumph now lives on in every English soccer fan.
Hand framed with 100% natural wood by our family of local artisans in Pelham Alabama, this high-quality frame is professionally finished with custom cut museum grade matting to ensure perfect proportions. Backed with kraft paper, our frames also come with hooks and wire preinstalled and have an outer edge measurement of 33” x 27” x 1”. This work of art is ready to be installed immediately.
We are excited to ship this token of English soccer history to you from our warehouse in the southern United States.