1966 FA Charity Shield

1966 FA Charity Shield
Date 13 August 1966
Venue Goodison Park, Liverpool
Referee Jack Taylor
Attendance 63,329

The 1966 FA Charity Shield was a Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton at Goodison Park. Liverpool won the Football League and Everton won the 1966 FA Cup Final to qualify for the charity shield. Before the game, Roger Hunt, Alan Ball and Ray Wilson paraded the World Cup, the FA Cup and the Football League Trophy around Goodison Park. Liverpool won the game with a goal from Roger Hunt in the ninth minute of the first half.[1]

Match details

13 August 1966
Liverpool 10 Everton
Hunt  9' Report
Goodison Park, Liverpool
Attendance: 63,329

See also


  1. "1966 FA Charity Shield". LFC History. Retrieved 5 March 2012.

Alan Ball did not play in this match. Any and all photographs only show Roger Hunt and ray wilson with the world cup. Douglas Moses Moyes

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