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Bobby Moore

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Bobby Moore

Person  Male  Born 12/4/1941  Died 24/2/1993

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Footballer. Born Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore in Upney Hospital, Barking, Essex. Played for West Ham 1958-74. He had already played for the England youth and under-twenty-threes teams before being selected for the main squad in 1962. He was made captain of the England team in 1963 and famously led the team to victory in the 1966 World Cup. He died at his home, 12 Seaton Close, Putney, his life cut short by cancer. Such was his esteem, that a memorial service for him was held in Westminster Abbey, and a statue erected at the rebuilt Wembley Stadium in 2007.

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Bobby Moore

The Heritage Foundation website mentions a plaque to him unveiled in 2000 by ...

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Bobby Moore Bridge

The Bobby Moore bridge opened by Mrs Stephanie Moore on 8th September 1993 in...

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Bobby Moore - Ripple Primary School

Robert Frederick Chelsea (Bobby) Moore OBE, 12 April 1941 - 24 February 1993,...

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Bobby Moore - Waverley Gardens

Bobby Moore, 1941 - 1993, captain of the world cup-winning England football t...

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West Ham United Museum

{Beneath the West Ham United crest:} The West Ham United Museum was opened by...

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