Special 50th Anniversary Screening of 1966 TriumphHere’s an unmissable chance to re-live the day when two of Blackpool's favourite sons, Alan Ball and Jimmy Armfield, played their part in helping England lift the World Cup for the only time to date.
Yes, you could win two tickets to ‘World Cup ’66 Live’ at The SSE Arena Wembley on the actual 50th anniversary of the day England ruled the footballing world – Saturday 30 July.
‘World Cup ’66 Live’ is a spectacular live show for all the family, running between 2.30pm and 5.30pm on the day – the exact time when England defeated West Germany 4-2 after extra time 50 years ago.
It will feature a unique mix of film footage, famous live acts from today singing hits from 1966, and personal appearances of special guests, including England legend Sir Bobby Charlton.
The show is being broadcast live by the BBC and also shown in cinemas nationwide. We also have two pairs of tickets to give away to these local cinema screenings, so if you are lucky enough to be pulled out of the hat, but can’t make it to the main event at Wembley, you can choose one of these pairs of tickets.
To enter the competition, simply answer this question below and email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 15 July.
Who captained England to the World Cup win in 1966?
We’ll contact the winners as soon as possible after the closing date, but don’t worry if you don’t win – tickets for the show at The SSE Arena, Wembley and cinema screenings are still available at www.wc66.org
But hurry, it’ll be a day when the nation will want to re-live its finest footballing moment.