The 1966 hero, who played for Huddersfield and Everton, has been battling Alzheimer’s disease since 2004.
Ramon ‘Ray’ Wilson MBE was a key member of the England squad which won the World Cup in ’66.
He was the oldest player in the team at 31.
Despite his ongoing fight with Alzheimer’s, Wilson was a regular supporter at Huddersfield on matchdays.
Wilson made his England debut in 1960 and went on to win 63 caps for his country, 30 of those as a Huddersfield player.