Home pageA brief welcome to the official website for Sir Geoff Hurst MBE.
2022 Theatre TourSir Geoff is embarking on a series of appearances live on stage talking about his career, current football and, of course, that 1966 hat trick. The 2022 tour will be an audience Q&A and a small charity auction.
Commercial relationshipsA guide to Sir Geoff's commercial relationships with McDonalds, Wembley and other key projects.
Television and mediaDetails of Sir Geoff's continuing work in the media as a pundit, guest and interviewee.
Speaking engagementsSir Geoff is not just a hat-trick pony... that was just the start so when he speaks at an event, what can the guests expect?
TestimonialsThe many satisifed customers from Sir Geoff's commercial, media and speaking projects including RBS, Wembley and Sir Jimmy Greaves!
Alzheimer's SocietyToo many members of the 1966 team have sadly been affected by dementia and this is the inspiration behind Geoff's commitment to raise awareness of the condition and support Alzheimer’s Society and their Sport United Against Dementia campaign.
Sue RyderIt was Sue Ryder that provided vital palliative care for Sir Geoff's daughter, who had been diagnosed with a brain tumour, as she needed care and support in her final days.
SparksIn 2010, Sir Geoff spent the year as President of the Sparks charity. He continues to enjoy close relationship with the charity and continues to support their fundraising activities as well as contributing via his own projects.
View merchandiseDetails of how to purchase a personalised, autographed photograph from Sir Geoff.
VideoVideo footage featuring Sir Geoff - from 1966 to the present day.
Domestic careerDetails of Sir Geoff's years with West Ham, Stoke City, West Brom, his stint in the USA and Sir Geoff reveals a pivotal moment in his managerial career.
International careerThat game in 1966 and the other six years of Sir Geoff's international career.
Other achievementsThe MBE, the knighthood, the honourary degree, and other notable achievements.
In good companySir Geoff has always claimed there were five world class players in the 1996 squad. Here he reveals who they were and what made them world class.
BiographyThe life and times of Sir Geoff Hurst.
CareerAccess to the Career section.
Things you didn't knowAbout Sir Geoff, that team, that match and snippets that would be unbelievable if they weren't true.
1966 and all thatAs well as being the title for Sir Geoff's autobiography, '1966 and all that' suggests that there were other events and developments going on in the world when England won the World Cup. Here are a few snippets to remind you of the world as it was in 1966.
They think it's all overThose famous words have been quoted, and misquoted, for nearly fifty years. Uttered by one of the pioneers of broadcasting, Kenneth Wolstenholme, the most famous five words in sporting history have been used in songs, television programes, books and, of course, chanted on the terraces at football matches all over the country.
ContactsHow to contact Sir Geoff, his management and the technical team.
Sir Geoff Hurst MBE secured a unique place in the history of football in 1966 when he became the first and, for more than 56 years, the only player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup Final.
Sir Geoff says that he 'had a great run', nevertheless he remains the only player to score a 'perfect' hat-trick and the only to be on the World Cup winning team.
Knighted in 1998 and inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2004, Sir Geoff holds a special place in the hearts of football fans across the world and, perhaps surprisingly, this includes Germany!