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An England v. Brazil Official Match Programme from May 8, 1963 at Wembley Stadium.

An Official/Original Match Programme from the May 8, 1963 Match between England & Brazil at the old Wembley Stadium in London, England.  The match finished in a 1-1 draw.  England's side featured legendary GK Gordon Banks, Bobby Moore, Sir Bobby Charlton, & Jimmy Greaves.  This match was 3 years prior to England's lone World Cup trophy in 1966 on home soil.  The match featured the 1962 World Champions Brazil v. the 1966 World Champions England.  This is a superb vintage programme in excellent condition for it's age.  The programme is  marked as having 16 pages, including the covers.  The programme measures appr. 9" x 6".

The programme is in excellent condition.  No writing (ink) can be found on any of the pages.  the staples are in tact, all pages turn nicely.  no noticeable tears or creases.  corners are pretty clean for it's age.  no fading to pages.

A historic original programme between two of soccer's most iconic teams. 


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