Match No. 448 - Sunday, 14th June 1970, 12:00pm
- Assist: Keith Newton. "However, in the thirty-second minute England gained their first success. Mullery, Cooper, Lee all had a foot in the move and Mullery moved forward brilliantly into position to put England ahead from Newton's precise pass." Alan MulleryOnly Goal. Right-footed from 6 yards., 32' 31:13
- Assist: Keith Newton. "...and five minutes after half time England appeared to have the game won when Hurst got the ball and held it until Newton moved into position. He centred and Peters forced the ball home from close range." Martin Peters15th of 20 goals. Right-footed from 7 yards., 50' 49:25
- Peter BonettiChelsea, 7th of 7 caps
28 years, 8 months, 17 days
- Keith NewtonEverton, 27th of 27 caps
28 years, 11 month, 21 day
- Terry CooperLeeds, 12th of 20 caps
25 years, 11 month, 2 days
- Alan MullerySpurs, 31st of 35 caps
28 years, 6 months, 21 day
- Brian LaboneEverton, 26th of 26 caps
30 years, 4 months, 21 day
- Bobby MooreWest Ham, 84th of 108 caps
29 years, 2 months, 2 days
Centre Back (c)66th captaincy
- Bobby CharltonMan Utd, 106th of 106 caps
32 years, 8 months, 2 days
- Alan BallEverton, 45th of 72 caps
25 years, 1 month, 2 days
- Franny LeeMan City, 17th of 27 caps
26 years, 1 month, 15 days
Centre Forward 9:34 Catching Maier in the face as they both jump for a ball.
- Geoff HurstWest Ham, 41st of 49 caps
28 years, 6 months, 6 days
- Martin PetersSpurs, 42nd of 67 caps
26 years, 7 months, 6 days
- Colin BellMan City, 14th of 48 caps
24 years, 3 months, 15 days
- Norman HunterLeeds, 14th of 28 caps
26 years, 7 months, 16 days
- "Their reward came in a moment of England indecision in the 6[8th] minute. Beckenbauer dribbled past Mullery and fired the ball into the corner of the net." Franz Beckenbauer, 69'68:00
- "Once more Schnellinger found a way through, lobbed over the ball and Seeler brilliantly back-headed past Bonetti, who was way out of position." Uwe Seeler, 82'81:32
- "But with just 12 minutes of extra time left the two wingers of Germany were concerned in the crucial goal. Over on the right Grabowski shrugged his way past the defence, lobbed over the ball to Lohr on the opposite wing. He returned the ball to the centre and Muller was there to score." Gerd Müller, 108'107:56
- Sepp MaierJosef Dieter Maier.
Born 28th Feb 1944, Metten.
- Horst-Dieter HöttgesHorst-Dieter Höttges.
Born 10th Sep 1943, Mönchengladbach.
- Karl-Heinz SchnellingerKarl-Heinz Schnellinger.
Born 31st Mar 1939, Düren.
- Franz BeckenbauerFranz Anton Beckenbauer.
Born 11th Sep 1945, Munich.
- Berti VogtsHans-Hubert Vogts.
Born 30th Dec 1946, Büttgen.
- Klaus FichtelKlaus Fichtel.
Born 19th Nov 1944, Castrop-Rauxel.
- Wolfgang OverathWolfgang Overath.
Born 23rd Sep 1943, Siegburg.
- Uwe SeelerUwe Seeler.
Born 5th Nov 1936, Hamburg.
- Reinhard LibudaReinhard Libuda.
Born 10th Oct 1943, Wendlinghausen.
- Gerd MüllerGerhard Müller.
Born 3rd Nov 1945, Nördlingen.
13:02 Bringing down Ball from behind.
- Hannes LöhrJohannes Löhr.
Born 5th Jul 1942, Eitorf.
- Willi SchulzWilli Schulz.
Born 4th Oct 1938, Wattenscheid.
- Jürgen GrabowskiJürgen Grabowski.
Born 7th Jul 1944, Wiesbaden.
- Player MilestonePeter Bonetti's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneKeith Newton's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneBrian Labone's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneBobby Charlton's Last Cap
- Goal MilestoneAlan Mullery's 1st Goal
- England - The Quest for the World Cup - A Complete Record by Clive Leatherdale (Two Heads Publishing 1994)
- England: The Complete Post-War Record by Mike Payne (Breedon Books Publishing Company 1993)
- The Observer "Even the Scots had tears in their eyes...", Sunday 21st June 1970
- Official FIFA report
- The Guardian "England's system in doubt", Monday 15th June 1970, page 19.
- Argentina Norberto Angel Coerezza
- Down 1 place, losing -32 ranking points to 2029 points England - 3rd - 1
- West Germany - 2nd