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In June and July 2006, Germany hosted Football’s World Cup. Special coverage was produced across British networks.

1830 (Friday June 06) ITV Evening News

Mark Austin presents the ITV Evening News live from Frankfurt as the tournament gets underway. Mary Nightingale was the London-based presenter.

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1500 (Saturday June 07) Sky News

Helen Fospero and Nick Powell present as England kick off their World Cup campaign.

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1830 (Monday June 19) Sportsday

Sally Nugent and James Pearce present World Cup Sportsday live from Germany for BBC News 24.

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2200 (Sunday July 09) Sky News

Martin Popplewell and Lucy Alexander report on Italy’s victory in the World Cup Final.

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