IVOR ALLCHURCH INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM HALL OF FAME
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15 October 2015

IVOR ALLCHURCH INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM HALL OF FAME

Ivor Allchurch won 68 caps for Wales and scored 23 goals.

Ivor Allchurch won 68 caps for Wales and scored 23 goals.

Former Wales striker Ivor Allchurch has been inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame, joining over 130 other players including Ryan Giggs.

Esme Allchurch, Ivor’s wife, and his sons John and David, were presented with the Hall of Fame Award by his former team-mate Cliff Jones.

Ivor Allchurch won 68 caps for Wales scoring 23 goals in the process and was known as the ‘Golden Boy’ of Welsh football, helping his country reach the Quarter-Finals of the 1958 FIFA World Cup.

Allchurch played for Swansea City, Newcastle United and Cardiff City, scoring 249 goals in 691 appearances.

IVOR ALLCHURCH INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM HALL OF FAME