Total League Championships Won 1888/89 - 2008/09 |... →
A table showing the current English league clubs ordered by the number of divisional titles they’ve won. Of all the clubs who have previously won the national top flight championship title Sheffield United’s trophy cabinet has the least title trophies in it.
Lost English Football Grounds
Third and final slideshow for the day. This one showing grounds that are no more. Again shots taken in the seventies. Can you spot the first cantilever stand in English football? Featuring: Ayresome Park, Boothferry Park, Eastville, Elm Park, Fellows Park, Highbury, Highfield Road, Leeds Road, Maine Road, Old Showground, The Dell, The Den, Victoria Ground. Also: Vintage English Football...
Vintage English Football Grounds 2
A second slideshow showing a selection of Northern English football grounds as they were in the seventies. Featuring: Bloomfield Road, Boundary Park, Bramall Lane, Brunton Park, Edgeley Park, Elland Road, Ewood Park, Field Mill, Goodison Park, Gresty Road, Hillsborough, Old Trafford, Prenton Park, Racecourse Ground, The Shay, Turf Moor, Vale Park. Also: Vintage English Football Grounds -...
Vintage English Football Grounds 1
Slideshow of shots showing English football grounds as they were in the seventies. Featuring: Ashton Gate, Brisbane Road, The City Ground, Craven Cottage, The Hawthorns, Home Park, Kenilworth Road, Loftus Road, London Road, Meadow Lane, Molineux, Plainmoor, Portman Road, Stamford Bridge, The Valley, Upton Park, White Hart Lane. Also: Buried by progress (video)
Were Paterson FC the first stateside association... →
Which was the first American association football team?
Top 25 football websites | Telegraph →
Telegraph Sport takes a look at the 25 best football websites for videos, pictures, statistics, news, blogs and gossip. | No Footysphere pah!! ;-)
Brunei vs Sheffield United 1983 →
In September 1983 Sheffield United visited Brunei to take part in a football match against the the national side to commemorate the opening of the new national stadium. His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah looks absolutely delighted with the visit of this top English side as he meets the Blades players and chairman Reg Brearley before the game. This was the first...
The Southern Professional Floodlit Cup 1955-1960 →
The Southern Professional Floodlit Cup is a defunct English football competition played for in the late fifties from 55/56 to 59/60 and was a knock-out trophy that served as a pre-cursor to the Football League Cup. It was mainly played for by clubs from London and the South. The most northerly club to enter the competition was Leicester City in the 59/60 season whilst their near neighbours...
The Scotland fans’ ability to smuggle drink into matches makes Papillon...– http://www.footiemad.com/quotes/quotes.html
Top 10 Players Who Never Made A World Cup | World... →
ten players who weren’t lucky enough, for whatever reason, to play in the biggest tournament in World Football.
Football Nomad →
Football Blog - following the game at grassroots non-league level, to the Premiership, European and international stage, with particular interest in the fortunes of clubs based in North Wales and Merseyside. via @Rorywxm
Sheffield United Floodlit Friendlies
Permanent floodlights were installed at Bramall Lane in 1954 & during the fifties the Blades, in common with other clubs, played a series of floodlit friendlies to popularise the game under lights. 16/03/54 Rotherham Utd 2-1 Att: 17787 23/03/54 Hibernian 3-3 Att: 29265 06/04/54 Clyde 0-1 Att: 15237 30/11/54 Esbjerg (Denmark) 7-0 Att: 6237 07/02/55 Graz FK (Austria) 4-0 Att: 7083 ...
What’s in a (football club) name? From NAC Breda... →
Read on to find out which football club has possibly the longest name in world football … via @pitchinvasion
Opening of Ninian Park Floodlights
Programme from Cardiff City v Grasshoppers Zurich friendly game played on the 5th October 1960 to mark the official opening of the floodlights at Ninian Park. The lights had been used for the first time in the Bluebird’s opening league game of their 60/61 first division campaign against Sheffield Wednesday. A match the visitors won 1-0 on their way to the league runners-up spot behind...