It remains the crowning glory in English football history, the year Alf Ramsey led the Three Lions to World Cup glory on home soil, in a competition graced by the likes of Eusebio, Pele and Franz Beckenbauer.
Three Liverpool players were called up to Ramsey's England squad for the competition - Roger Hunt, Ian Callaghan and Gerry Byrne, although only Hunt and Callaghan would appear on the pitch.
Today episode of 'World Cup Reds' looks back at their impact at the competition, how Hunt became the first Liverpool player to score in a World Cup, and how Callaghan and Byrne would finally get recognition for their efforts 41 years after Bobby Moore lifted the famous trophy.
There's also an interesting story of how greyhound racing would play its part in the competition.
Watch all this now in the latest episode of LFCTV GO's exclusive 'World Cup Reds.'