Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being asked to share their 1966 World Cup memories.
Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being asked to share their memories of England’s 1966 World Cup victory for a new exhibition at the National Football Museum and Wembley Stadium, which opens on 25th June.
The president of the National Football Museum, Sir Bobby Charlton, has asked Albion fans and those from other clubs in the country to participate in the Memories of ’66 heritage project, launched in partnership with the FA and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Fans are being asked to send in their photographs and memorabilia from that special day in 1966, with the best submissions set to be included in either of the two exhibitions to mark 50 years since Bobby Moore lifted the famous trophy.
If you would like to contribute to this unique project, please e-mail Memoriesof66@nationalfootballmuseum.com
Click here to read Sir Bobby's open letter to football fans.
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