Geoff Hurst Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Sir Geoffrey Charles Hurst MBE is an ex-proficient footballer from England. He is as yet the main player to score a full go-around in a World Cup last when England crushed West Germany 4–2 at Wembley Stadium in 1966.

Hurst started his vocation with West Ham United, where he showed up and scored 242 objectives. In 1964, he won the FA Cup, and in 1965, he won the European Cup Winners’ Cup.

In 1972, he was offered to Stoke City for £80,000. In 1976, he closed his Football League vocation with West Bromwich Albion after three seasons with Stoke City.

Hurst played football in Ireland and the United States prior to getting back to England to mentor Telford United in the non-association.

Full name Geoffrey Charles Hurst
Date of birth 8 December 1941 (age 79)
Place of birth Ashton-under-Lyne, England
Height 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)[3]
Position(s) Striker

After an administrative profession at Telford United and Chelsea, Sir Geoff Hurst, presently 79, lives in Cheltenham. Geoff is the main player in World Cup history to score a full go-around in the last, and he played more than 400 times for West Ham.

Hurst was born on December 8, 1941, in Lancashire. At the point when Hurst was six years of age, his family moved to Chelmsford, Essex. Charlie Hurst, his dad, was an expert footballer who played for Bristol Rovers, Oldham Athletic, and Rochdale as a middle back.

Evelyn Hopkins, his mom, came from a Gloucestershire family with German predecessors on her mom’s side.

As a teen, he was interested with football and was once fined £1 for upsetting the harmony subsequent to tossing a football into his neighbor’s nursery routinely.

Geoff Hurst’s total assets is relied upon to be in many millions at 79 years old. The previous English striker has engraved his name the World Cup history as truly outstanding.

He scored 24 objectives in 49 England games, and as well as winning the 1966 World Cup, he likewise contended in the 1968 UEFA Euro and the 1970 FIFA World Cup.

Prior to zeroing in on football, he had a concise cricket vocation, showing up for Essex in 1962.


Sir Geoff wedded his significant other Judith in 1964, two years before he won the World Cup with a full go-around of objectives.

He and his significant other Judith by and by live in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. They wedded on October 13, 1964, in the wake of meeting three years before at an adolescent community.

The oldest of their three little girls, Claire died in 2010 after a ten-year battle with a mind cancer.