1 December 2010
Last updated at 05:27
England players warmed up for the World Cup 1966 by doing star jumps while a BBC reporter recorded a piece for radio.
Some of the wives of the England players were there to support the team.
Kenneth Wolstenholme commentated for the BBC during the World Cup final in 1966. He famously uttered the words, "they think it's all over - it is now" at the end of the final at Wembley.
A panel of experts gave their opinions on the match at the BBC World Cup studio.
Geoff Hurst scored England's controversial third goal in the final against West Germany. The ball hit the crossbar and rebounded down. The referee decided it had crossed the line and the goal was awarded.
Hands were raised in appeal by West Germany players following the controversial third goal. England footballers raised their hands in elation after being awarded the goal.
England Captain Bobby Moore collected the Jules Rimet Trophy from the Queen after winning 4-2 following extra time.
Bobby Moore - standing next to Geoff Hurst and Bobby Charlton, who is overcome with emotion - lifted the trophy following the win.
England's winners (back row, l to r): Nobby Stiles, Roger Hunt, Gordon Banks, Jack Charlton, George Cohen, Ray Wilson. Front: Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore, Alan Ball, Bobby Charlton, with trainer Harold Sheperdson (left) and manager Alf Ramsey.