Clubs played for: West Ham United, Stoke City, Cape Town City, West Bromwich Albion, Cork Celtic, Seattle Sounders
Senior career appearances: 561 Career Goals: 228
National Appearances: 49: Goals: 24
Sir Geoff Hurst, surely needs little or no introduction to any football fan. Born in Lancashire in 1941, the Hurst family relocated to Chelmsford in Essex when Hurst was just 6 years old. Hurst, whose father was also a professional footballer, was a football fanatic, and went on to be an iconic part of British Sporting History scoring a famous hat trick at Wembley in 1966, against West Germany in an epic World Cup Final.
Hurst played the majority of his career with West Ham United, from 1959 to 1972 where he went to become a legend. Geoff became Sir Geoff in 1988 and still remains one of the few footballers to have been knighted.
A perfect addition to any footballer fan’s collection. Personally signed by Sir Geoff (not a reprint) this item comes with a full Certificate of Authentication from CSM UK. The frame contain a plaque and two action photos from the game.
The frame is 24 x 20 inches, and will look sensational in any office or wall at home.