Hunt, who scored 285 objectives in 492 appearances for Liverpool, died peacefully at his residence on Monday following a protracted sickness, mentioned the English membership in an announcement on its web site.
“The ideas of everyone at Liverpool FC are with Roger’s household and associates at this unhappy and troublesome time,” added the Liverpool statement.
Hunt is Liverpool’s second all-time main goalscorer after Ian Rush.
Earlier this month Jimmy Greaves,
one other member of England’s 1966 World Cup successful squad, died on the age of 81.
“Saddened to listen to that one more of the heroes of ’66 has left us. Roger Hunt was a very nice striker for each @LFC and his nation,” tweeted former England worldwide Gary Lineker.
“He could also be gone however his achievements will at all times be remembered. RIP Roger.”
Playing underneath legendary Liverpool supervisor Bill Shankly,
Hunt helped the Merseyside group win two top-flight English league titles — in 1964 and 1966 — and the membership’s first FA Cup success in 1965.
“To be the goalscoring catalyst of the Shankly group to really obtain promotion and then go on to win these treasured league titles and the FA Cup places him in a bracket of LFC legends who’re answerable for making us the membership we’re right this moment,” mentioned Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp.
Hunt scored 3 times in six appearances throughout the 1966 World Cup tournament
and netted 18 objectives in 34 caps for England.