The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia (TM) The Official Book is the most authoritative and comprehensive preview of football's greatest tournament. Whether you are watching the games live in Russia, in front of a television at home, with friends at a club, bar or FIFA World Cup Fan Zone, this official FIFA book is the ultimate tournament preview.
Record every game in this brilliant sticker diary from the makers of Match! magazine. Make your predictions and pick your dream team. Record every match - write in the team line-ups, use stickers to record each goal, card and win. The perfect gift for young footy fans!
The World Cup might be over, but it doesn't mean that we can't relive those great four weeks. This was the World Cup of: The EPIC Icelandic Thunder Clap Kylian Mbappe's early entrance into the Football Hall of Fame And of course, the iconic Southgate waistcoat It may not have come home, but the World Cup has never been so exciting! -------...
Archie Macpherson's World Cup adventures are brilliantly entertaining, capturing a golden age in Scottish football that may never be seen again.
A truly comprehensive and definitive guide to the FIFA World Cup, from Uruguay in 1930 to today
The autobiography of World Cup final referee Howard Webb, football's most respected official
Fifty years on, the ultimate football and World Cup legend Sir Bobby Charlton looks back on England's greatest sporting triumph Wembley, 1966.Sir Bobby Charlton, England's greatest ever player, was there on the pitch. Now, half a century on, he looks back on the most glorious moment of his life and England's greatest sporting achievement.
Album comes with a random selection of five sticker packs.
The Official History of the FIFA World Cup Book is an authoritative and comprehensive review of the 20 FIFA World Cups to have taken place since the inaugural tournament in 1930. Packed with stunning photography, unique official documents and statistics from the FIFA World Football Museum.
Brian Glanville's dramatic history of the world's most famous football tournament has become the most authoritative guide to the World Cup. Fully revised and updated in anticipation of Russia's hosting of the event in 2018, this is the definitive book on the World Cup for football fans and novices alike.
Bursting with action-packed pictures, fascinating facts, stats, trivia and vital World Cup information, The Big Book of the World Cup is the perfect companion to the greatest sporting show on earth.
Profiles every team and analysis every group plus a host of fascinating statistics and features.
30th July 1966. For millions it was the greatest day of the greatest decade - the date of the finest moment in English sporting history. This is the story of that extraordinary 24 hours, told through the eyes of the players, the fans on the terraces, and those watching and listening at home and abroad.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia (TM) Official Programme
Who went on to win the World Cup despite losing their first match? What was the significance of the black bands that appeared around the goal posts in Argentina in 1978? The World Cup is the greatest football show on earth, each one has its own unique stories and moments captured here in World Cup Nuggets.
66: The World Cup in Real Time retells the story of the iconic 1966 finals as if they were happening today. Fifty years on, newspaper-style reports of all the matches and the off-field news bring the tournament back to life for the reader. Rewind to 1966, relive the gripping, controversial and sometimes comical story of England's greatest triumph.
The Official Tournament Magazine for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Award-winning photographer Michael Donald has spent six years tracking down the 34 living members of an exclusive club: the only people to have scored in a World Cup Final.
Settle back and enjoy the ultimate guide to the World Cup 2018 - from every team and player to all the fixtures, this is the perfect guide for every football fan!
Wembley, 30 July 1966... Geoff Hurst completes his hat trick... England are the World Cup champions. The choice of the final eleven was far from straightforward: in just over three years Ramsey selected no less than fifty players and, at the start of 1966, two of the winning team had still to make their debuts for England.