1966 FIFA World Cup squads


1966 FIFA World Cup squads

Below are the squads for the 1966 FIFA World Cup tournament in England.

Group 1


=flagicon|England England=

Manager: Alf Ramsey


=flagicon|France France=

Head coach: Henri Guérin


=flagicon|Mexico|1934 Mexico=

Head coach: Ignacio Tréllez


=flagicon|Uruguay Uruguay=

Head coach: Ondino Viera

Group 2


=flagicon|Argentina|alt Argentina=

Head coach: Juan Carlos Lorenzo


=flagicon|Spain|1939 Spain=

Head coach: José Villalonga


=flagicon|Switzerland Switzerland=

Head coach: flagicon|Italy Alfredo Foni


=flagicon|West Germany West Germany=

Head coach: Helmut Schön

Group 3


=flagicon|Brazil|1960 Brazil=

Head coach: Vicente Feolanat fs player|no=22|pos=FW|name=Edu
age=August 6 1949|caps=|club=Santos FC|clubnat=Brazil|natvar=1960


=flagicon|Bulgaria|1946 Bulgaria=

Head coach: flagicon|Czechoslovakia Rudolf Vytlačil


=flagicon|Hungary|1957 Hungary=

Head coach: Lajos Baróti


=flagicon|Portugal Portugal=

Head coach: flagicon|Brazil|1960 Otto Glória

Group 4


=flagicon|Chile Chile=

Head coach: Luis Alamos


=flagicon|Italy Italy=

Head coach: Edmondo Fabbri


=flagicon|North Korea North Korea=

Head coach: Myung Rae-Hyun
*Note: As of 2002, only seven players of North Korean team are surviving. See: "The Game of Their Lives"


=flagicon|USSR|1955 Soviet Union=

Head coach: Nikolai Morozov

References

*en icon [http://www.planetworldcup.com/CUPS/1966/wc66squads.html Planet World Cup website]


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