London’s Wembley Stadium was the venue for the 1966 FIFA World Cup final, and 98,000 people attended.
With the score level at 2-2 at the end of 90 minutes, the game went to extra time.
In the 98th minute, Hurst shot hit the crossbar, bounced down onto the goal line, and was awarded as a goal.
Debate has long raged over whether the ball crossed the line, with the goal becoming part of World Cup history.
Beating Germany 4-2 England won their first FIFA World Cup title. The 1966 Final was the last to be broadcast in black and white.