Football : Season Details : 1966

Final English Top Division Football (soccer) Table and Cup Final(s)

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Position Club Points History Notes
1  Liverpool  61 4-4  CWC-F 
2  Leeds United  55 5-2  
3  Burnley  55 4-19  
4  Manchester United  51 5-21  
5  Chelsea  51 4-3  
6  West Bromwich Albion  50 5-17  LC-W 
7  Leicester City  49 5-9  
8  Tottenham Hotspur  44 4-16  
9  Sheffield United  43 4-5  
10  Stoke City  42 5-3  
11  Everton  41 3-12  FAC-W 
12  West Ham United  39 2-8  LC-F 
13  Blackpool  37 2-22  
14  Arsenal  37 2-40  
15  Newcastle United  37 3-1  
16  Aston Villa  36 3-6  
17  Sheffield Wednesday  36 7-7  FAC-F 
18  Nottingham Forest  36 4-9  
19  Sunderland  36 2-2  
20  Fulham  35 2-7  
21  Northampton Town  33 1-1  
22  Blackburn Rovers  20 3-8  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 2 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Blue Qualified for Europe Red Relegated
History is in the form A-B:
 A is the number of occasions that the club has been in the Top Division. 
B is the current number of consecutive seasons in the Top Division.
Notes: FAC FA Cup; LC League Cup; CWC Cup Winners Cup;
W Winners - F Finalists


League Cup Final First Leg West Ham United 2 West Bromwich Albion 1
League Cup Final Second Leg West Bromwich Albion 4 West Ham United 1 (agg 5 - 3)
FA Cup Final Everton 3 Sheffield Wednesday 2

European Cup Final Real Madrid 2 Partizan Belgrade 1
Fairs Cup Final First Leg Barcelona 0 Real Zaragosa 1
Fairs Cup Final Second Leg Real Zaragosa 2 Barcelona 4 aet (agg 3 - 4)
Cup Winners Cup Final Borussia Dortmund 2 Liverpool 1 aet

aet After Extra Time : agg Aggregate Score


History (England)

Liverpool equalled Arsenal's 7 Championships.

Northampton Town were relegated after a succession of promotions from the fourth level beginning in 1960. They would return back to that level in 1969.

Everton won the FA Cup 3-2 after going 0-2 down. The final was a repeat oif 1907.

Substitutes were allowed for any reason.

This was the last two-legged League Cup final.

History (Europe)

Two legged European matches are decided by the Away Goals Rule if the scores are level. The team with the more away goals wins.

The Fairs Cup final was the third to be between clubs from the same country - Spain in all cases. The clubs were Barcelona and Real Zaragosa.


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The 1966 World Cup in England
England win the eighth World Cup.


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