1966 World Cup Final: Bobby Moore lifts trophy

Captain Bobby Moore is awarded the Jules Rimet trophy by Queen Elizabeth II as England win the 1966 World Cup at Wembley.

The West Ham defender raises the trophy to a jubilant crowd after England's 4-2 extra-time victory over West Germany.

Midfielder Nobby Stiles celebrates with a jig on the lap of honour, as England become only the fifth winners of the tournament after Uruguay, Italy, West Germany and Brazil.

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