Air Jordan 11s the National Football Museum is hosting ‘The Road to Rio’
During the run up to FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014, the National Football Museum is hosting ‘The Road to Rio’: a series of Wednesday lunch time lectures about the World Cup, linked to a programme of displays and digital workshops.
On this St George’s Day, we’re taking a look back at Air Jordan 11s England’s greatest moment on the international stage: the 1966 World Cup. Nike LeBron 11 First, Dr John Hughson of the International Football Institute presents his short lecture “What’s It All About? Alf Ramsey and the 1966 World Cup”. Then Dr Stacey Pope of Durham University will be discussing “The Forgotten Fans: Women and the 1966 World Cup”.
Tickets are free, but must be reserved in advance to guarantee your place. A limited number may be available on the door. Visit theNational Football Air Jordan 5s Museum eventbrite pageto reserve your Air Jordan 6s ticket.
Road to Rio is presented as Air Jordan 6 Rings part of a larger project on the social and cultural history of the World Cup and funded by the International Centre for Sports History and Culture, De Montfort University, Leicester in partnership with the National Football Museum and Arts Council England.