Hundreds of people have lined the streets in the North East of England for the funeral of England World Cup winner Jack Charlton.
Charlton, who managed the Republic of Ireland and enjoyed an illustrious playing career, died earlier this month aged 85.
Crowds flocked to Charlton’s home town of Ashington in Northumberland as his cortege drove through the streets.
His relatives then descended on a crematorium in Newcastle for a private family service.
Charlton was also being remembered in Ireland – the country he led to the 1988 European Championship and the 1990 and 1994 World Cups. The Football Association of Ireland had called on all Republic fans to wear green in memory of Charlton.