The most complete version available of the BBC coverage of England's World Cup victory at Wembley Stadium on 30th June 1966.
The well-told story shows England coming from behind to take a 2-1 lead which they held until West Germany scored in the last minute of ordinary time.
The extra thirty minutes were packed with action and controversy as Geoff Hurst scored a somewhat dubious third for England, and then completed his hat-trick.
The commentary comes from Kenneth Wolstenholme who uttered the famous phrase 'They think it's all over...it is now!'
- Interactive Menus
- Interviews: Exclusive interview with the late Kenneth Wolstenholme. Exclusive interview with Tina Moore.
- Commentary: Exclusive commentary with 5 of the 1966 England team: Jack Charlton, Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, George Cohen and Gordon Banks.
- Other Documentary: 'The Summer of '66'.