What happened to England's 1966 World Cup winners?
Last Updated: 30/07/16 1:37pm
They delivered English football's greatest moment but what happened to the 1966 World Cup winners?
Sir Alf Ramsey's side became legends with a 4-2 win over West Germany at Wembley Stadium on July 30, the victory sealing England's first and - to date - only World Cup triumph.
But what became of the glory boys and the man who masterminded the historic win? Fifty years on, take a trip down memory lane by clicking on the cards below to find out...
Sky Sports will mark the 50th anniversary of England's finest afternoon with a 'live' minute-by-minute blog from 2pm across digital platforms, as well as coverage on Sky Sports 1, Sky Sports News HQ and the Sky Sports social media channels.
You'll be able to re-live the action as Geoff Hurst helps seal victory by scoring the only World Cup final hat-trick, as well as seeing half-time and full-time analysis from Sky Sports' Jamie Carragher.
There's another chance to see Sky Sports' 'The Boys of 66' documentary (4.15pm, Sky Sports 1), while the Monday Night Football special that saw the game get the touchscreen treatment is also available On Demand.
We're also inviting you to get involved on social media by telling us your best England line-up - use #MyDreamEnglandXI on Twitter to have your say.