"After all of the excitement of the World Cup and cricket test matches"
That's a reference to the England v West Indies test series that had really captured the public's imagination once the World Cup was over. I have a vivid memory of the Saturday previous to that Doncaster game when, as a ten-year-old, I was taken to see Fulham play Everton (Cohen, Wilson and Ball all on the same pitch!). In the streets before and after the game people were listening to their transistors and the news of Higgs and Snow putting on 128 for the last wicket.
That particular family holiday continued for another week so that, on 27 August 1966, I was watching a goalless draw between Chelsea and Stamford Bridge (match A on the Belle Vue half-time scoreboard). Amidst the excitement of only my second "big match" I doubt if I was in too much of a hurry to get the news from Doncaster.
I first visited Belle Vue in the mid 1970s and I was last there a few months ago. This how it looks now: