World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died at the age of 81.
The former Stoke and Leicester City goalkeeper was part of the famous England side who lifted the World Cup in 1966.
Banks passed away with family at his side after his health deteriorated significantly in recent weeks and he leaves behind wife Ursula and their three children Julia, Robert and Wendy.
He endured battles with cancer for many years and in recent months had been undergoing gruelling spells of chemotherapy.
Many of his old Stoke team-mates had been visiting him at his home in Madeley in the hope of inspiring one more recovery, but to no avail this time.