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St. Luke’s To Celebrate Goodison’s World Cup History

Special exhibition open to fans ahead of City game.

St. Luke’s To Celebrate Goodison’s World Cup History

Goodison Park's role during the 1966 World Cup will be celebrated at St Luke’s Church ahead of Saturday's game against Manchester City.
 
The Everton Heritage Society invite supporters from both sides to view a special exhibition of photographs, articles and DVDs highlighting the role of Goodison during the tournament.
 
The Blues' home hosted five games during the tournament - including Brazil’s group matches, a famous quarter-final between Portugal and North Korea and the semi-final clash between West Germany and Russia.
 
Legendary Portuguese marksman Eusebio later said: “Goodison Park is for me the best stadium in my life.”
 
Meanwhile, Blues legend Kevin Sheedy will be signing copies of his new autobiography in the church between 4pm and 5pm.
 
There will also be memorabilia relating to the day’s visitors Manchester City and a display celebrating Alex ‘Sandy’ Young.
 
A raffle for a signed team shirt will be available to enter, with the draw set to be made at 5pm.
 
Admission to St Luke's Church is free to all fans.

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