The History of England (Football)
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Charting the development of the national side: From Charles Alcock's inaugural letter in 1870 that paved the way for the first English team; stopping off at the finest hour in 1966, and finishing with the hopes and aspirations for Euro 2004, this is an amazing journey of the pride, the emotion, and the drama of the 'Three Lions'
Relive Geoff Hurts hat-trick goal in 1966 when it really was all over, Gordan Banks incredible save against Brazil in 1970, Bryan Robson's fastest ever World Cup Goal in 1982, Gazza's tears in 1990, Beckham's moment of madness in 1998 to his moment of greatness against Greece in 2002 and the historic 5-1 victory over Germany on their home soil in the same year, plus many more heart-stopping and spine tingling moments that have made England proud.
Featuring interviews with England's greatest Captain Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Alan Shearer and Sir Bobby Robson amongst many other heroes through the years, this is a star-studded account of England's finest
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
Main Language: English