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FA Cup Final -1966 Collection

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Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: 1984 FA Cup Final - Everton v Watford - Wembley Stadium - 19 / 5 / 84

1984 FA Cup Final - Everton v Watford - Wembley Stadium - 19 / 5 / 84
Football - 1984 FA Cup Final - Everton v Watford - Wembley Stadium - 19/5/84 Evertons Kevin Ratcliffe lifts the FA Cup trophy Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Sporting Pictures / Joe Mann

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: The Great Pitch Invasion: A Fan's Escape at the 1966 FA Cup Final - Everton vs. Sheffield Wednesday

The Great Pitch Invasion: A Fan's Escape at the 1966 FA Cup Final - Everton vs. Sheffield Wednesday
Pitch invader is chased by policemen Mandatory Credit: Action Images / MSI

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Soccer - FA Cup - Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday

Soccer - FA Cup - Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday
Evertons two-goal hero Mike Trebilcock (c) is crowned with the FA Cup by teammates Brian Harris (l) and Brian Labone (r) after their 3-2 victory

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: 1966 FA Cup Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday - Wembley Stadium - 14 / 5 / 66

1966 FA Cup Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday - Wembley Stadium - 14 / 5 / 66
Everton players celebrate the 1966 FA Cup win

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton's Glory: Brian Labone Celebrates FA Cup Victory at Wembley, 1966

Everton's Glory: Brian Labone Celebrates FA Cup Victory at Wembley, 1966
Football - 1966 FA Cup Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday - Wembley Stadium - 14/5/66 The Everton captain, Brian Labone wears the top of the FA cup on top of his head

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: 1966 FA Cup Final: Everton's Mike Trebilock Scores Historic Goal Past Four Sheffield Defenders

1966 FA Cup Final: Everton's Mike Trebilock Scores Historic Goal Past Four Sheffield Defenders and Goalkeeper
Football - 1966 FA Cup Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday - Wembley Stadium - 14/5/66 21-years old, Mike Trebilock (dark shirt)

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton FC's Glorious 1966 FA Cup Triumph: Brian Labone Receives the Trophy from Princess Margaret

Everton FC's Glorious 1966 FA Cup Triumph: Brian Labone Receives the Trophy from Princess Margaret after a
Football - 1966 FA Cup Final - Everton v Sheffield Wednesday - Wembley Stadium - 14/5/66 Princess Margaret presents the FA Cup trophy to Everton captain, Brian Labone after his team won 3-2

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton FC: Brian Labone Lifts the FA Cup Triumph at Wembley (1966)

Everton FC: Brian Labone Lifts the FA Cup Triumph at Wembley (1966)
Everton captain Brian Labone (5) shows the FA Cup to the teams jubilant fans with the help of teammates Alex Young (r), Jimmy Gabriel (second r), Derek Temple (11) and Brian Harris (behind Temple)

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton FC: Brian Labone's Triumphant FA Cup Victory, 1966

Everton FC: Brian Labone's Triumphant FA Cup Victory, 1966
Everton captain Brian Labone (l) lifts the FA Cup as goalkeeper Gordon West (r) collects the base of the trophy

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton's Glorious FA Cup Victory: Young and Temple Celebrate with Adoring Fans (1966)

Everton's Glorious FA Cup Victory: Young and Temple Celebrate with Adoring Fans (1966)
Evertons Alex Young (l) and Derek Temple (r) are mobbed by jubilant Everton fans as they perform a lap of honour after their 3-2 win

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Controversial Moment at the FA Cup Final: Alex Young's Penalty Claim vs

Controversial Moment at the FA Cup Final: Alex Young's Penalty Claim vs
Evertons Alex Young (c) goes down in the penalty area under the challenge of Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Ron Springett (l), watched by Wednesdays Wilf Smith (r). No penalty was given

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Soccer - Sheffield Wednesday v Everton - FA Cup Final - Wembley

Soccer - Sheffield Wednesday v Everton - FA Cup Final - Wembley
Gordon West, Everton goalkeeper, turns the ball away, watched by Graham Pugh of Sheffield Wednesday (in white) and Brian Harris and Tommy Wright (both Everton, in the FA Cup Final at Wembley

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton's Unforgettable FA Cup Final: A Fan's Defiant Moment Amidst Three Policemen (1966)

Everton's Unforgettable FA Cup Final: A Fan's Defiant Moment Amidst Three Policemen (1966)
An Everton fan finds himself cornered by three policemen after invading the pitch to celebrate his teams remarkable comeback from two goals down

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Controversial FA Cup Final Moment: Young's Disallowed Goal for Everton against Sheffield Wednesday

Controversial FA Cup Final Moment: Young's Disallowed Goal for Everton against Sheffield Wednesday (1966)
Evertons Alex Young (r) beats Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Ron Springett (second r) to the ball, but referee Jack Taylor (l) has his whistle in his mouth to signal an infringement

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: The Captains Handshake: Everton's Brian Labone and Sheffield Wednesday's Don Megson at the 1966 FA

The Captains Handshake: Everton's Brian Labone and Sheffield Wednesday's Don Megson at the 1966 FA Cup Final
The two captains, Evertons Brian Labone (l) and Sheffield Wednesdays Don Megson (r), shake hands before the match under the watchful eye of referee Jack Taylor (c)

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton FC: Triumphant FA Cup Victory - 1966: The Coronation of Brian Harris

Everton FC: Triumphant FA Cup Victory - 1966: The Coronation of Brian Harris
Evertons Alex Scott (second l) and Jimmy Gabriel (r) crown teammate Brian Harris (c) with the FA Cup as Ray Wilson (second r) and Alex Young (l) look on

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Everton's Glory: Trebilcock and Temple Celebrate FA Cup Victory with Champagne (1966)

Everton's Glory: Trebilcock and Temple Celebrate FA Cup Victory with Champagne (1966)
Evertons goalscorers Mike Trebilcock (l) and Derek Temple (r) drink champagne from the FA Cup in the dressing room after their 3-2 win

Background imageFA Cup Final -1966 Collection: Princess Margaret Meets Everton: A Royal Encounter at the 1966 FA Cup Final

Princess Margaret Meets Everton: A Royal Encounter at the 1966 FA Cup Final
Princess Margaret meets Everton team members before the FA Cup Final at Wembley


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