The BBC is looking for people to contribute to a documentary celebrating World Cups, past and present, from the supporters’ point of view.
The makers of The People’s World Cup want to get in contact with any English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish fans who lived in the host country when the World Cup came to town and made a home movie of their experience. The programme makers are interested in the stories behind the stadia. Perhaps you travelled to a previous World Cup to support your team? Did you hitch to Argentina in 1978? Did you make a home movie of the 1966 tournament? Anything.
The programme wants to capture the drama and excitement of the world’s biggest festival from the point of view of the most important participants: the fans. By using home movie footage it will build a unique picture of the event itself and the passion of all the home nation’s supporters.
People with footage should contact the BBC on freephone 0800 0150364 (if calling from outside the UK please telephone 00 44 208 752 6021), or e-mail documentaries@bbc.co.uk or write to The People’s World Cup, Room 5410, BBC White City, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TS.

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