One of the world's best referees, Abraham Klein officiated at three World Cup finals. In 1970, he took to the field for England–Brazil and in 1982 he was the man in the middle for the Brazil–Italy game, which is part of footballing folklore.

Klein meticulously documented his career: from balls to yellow cards, he kept everything. At the start of 2017, Klein donated parts of his collection to the FIFA World Football Museum.

Join us as he takes us back through time to the 1970s to find out how Pelé, Paolo Rossi and Bobby Moore behaved on the pitch.

Free entry | Language: English

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