What Was the Name of the Mascot for the 1966 World Cup Finals Held in England?

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The name of the Mascot of the 1966 World Cup Finals held in England was World Cup Willie. The Mascot was a lion-like boy, a typical symbol of the United Kingdom, and was used for the first time in 1966. He wore a Union Flag jersey emblazoned with the words 'WORLD CUP'.
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