1966 and Not All That
Thursday 19th May 19:00 at London - Piccadilly
50 years on from English football’s solitary World Cup victory and expectations are already rising as Euro 2016 approaches. Why did England win in ’66? What kind of England was it back then, on and off the pitch? How did the rivalry with Argentina and Germany unfold in 1966 and after and what does it tell is about versions of Englishness today? A fiftieth anniversary and pre-Euro 2016 evening of football discussion with the Editor Mark Perryman and contributors:
David Goldblatt, author The Game of Their Lives, William Hill Sports Book of the Year Winner 2015
Marcela Mora Y Araujo, Argentine football journalist
Sanaa Qureshi, Football Beyond Borders
Alan Tomlinson, author FIFA : The Men, The Myths, The Money
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