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Geoff Hurst
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Personal information
Full name Sir Geoffrey Charles Hurst MBE
Date of birth 8 December 1941 (1941-12-08) (age 79)
Place of birth    Lancashire, Flag of England England
Playing position Forward
Youth clubs
1957–1959 Flag of England West Ham United
Senior clubs
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Geoff Hurst is an English striker most famous for being the only player to score a hat-trick in the World Cup final which he did in England's successful attempt in 1966 with a 4-2 win in the final with Martin Peters scoring the other goal against West Germany

He began his footballing career at West Ham United scoring 242 goals in 500 appearances (close to a goal every 2 games). During that spell at West Ham, he won the FA Cup in 1964 and the European Cup Winner's Cup in the following year.

In 1972, he was transferred to Stoke City for a total of £80,000 scoring 30 goals in 108 apperances before finishing his English football career with West Brom.

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England – 1966 FIFA World Cup – Winners

1. Banks 2. Cohen 3. Wilson 4. Stiles 5. J. Charlton 6. Moore 7. Ball 8. Greaves 9. B. Charlton 10. Hurst 11. Connelly 12. Springett 13. Bonetti 14. Armfield 15. Byrne 16. Peters 17. Flowers 18. Hunter 19. Paine 20. Callaghan 21. Hunt 22. Eastham

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England – UEFA Euro 1968

1. Banks 2. Newton 3. Wilson 4. Mullery 5. Labone 6. Moore 7. Ball 8. Hunt 9. B. Charlton 10. Hurst 11. Peters 12. Stepney 13. West 14. Knowles 15. J. Charlton 16. Wright 17. Stiles 18. Summerbee 19. Hunter 20. Bell 21. Greaves 22. Thompson

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England – 1970 FIFA World Cup

1. Banks 2. Newton 3. Cooper 4. Mullery 5. Labone 6. Moore 7. Lee 8. Ball 9. B. Charlton 10. Hurst 11. Peters 12. Bonetti 13. Stepney 14. Wright 15. Stiles 16. Hughes 17. J. Charlton 18. Hunter 19. Bell 20. Osgood 21. Clarke 22. Astle

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