Group    From 1870 

England Football Team

Categories: Sport / Games

The joint (along with Scotland) oldest national football team in the world. Its greatest success was winning the 1966 World Cup Championship - something it has been struggling to repeat ever since.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
England Football Team

Commemorated ati

Bobby Moore

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

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Laurie Cunningham - E10

Laurie Cunningham, 1956 - 1989, football legend, pioneering England internati...

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Ron Greenwood

Ron Greenwood, CBE, 1921 - 2006, manager of West Ham United and England. Spor...

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Other Subjects

William Henry Edmunds

William Henry Edmunds

A player at the London Welsh Rugby Football Club who was killed in WW1.

Person, Sport / Games

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Thames Rowing Club

Thames Rowing Club

Founded as 'The City of London Rowing Club'. It was a pioneer in women's rowing.

Group, Sport / Games

1 memorial
John Alexander Mackenzie

John Alexander Mackenzie

First Honorary Secretary of Charlton Athletic F.C.. Born in Dundee and known as Jim. He joined the Merchant Navy and was killed when his ship 'The Heron' was torpedoed in the Bay of Biscay. The pho...

Person, Sport / Games, Scotland

War dead non-military, WW1
1 memorial
Jules Rimet

Jules Rimet

Football administrator. Born in eastern France. Initially a lawyer, in 1897 he started a sports club called Red Star which did not discriminate against individuals on the basis of class. He was inv...

Person, Law, Sport / Games, France

1 memorial
Arsenal Football Club Supporters

Arsenal Football Club Supporters

Often referred to as 'Gooners', being a play on the team's nickname of the 'Gunners'.

Group, Community / Clubs, Sport / Games

2 memorials