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Penarol - Intercontinental Club Champions
Barcelona and Estudiantes go head-to-head on Saturday in the final of the 2009 FIFA Club World Cup. So we’ll take a trip back to yesteryear & revisit the competition in it’s former guise as the Intercontinental Cup. Above you’ll see a rather fetching postal cover commemorating Penarol’s 1966 success. Penarol had taken part in the first World Club Championship in...
Blog Explosion FAIL
Sorry for the non-football related post but feel I must share this with you all. I have it on good authority that Footysphere is not a blog. Yup that’s right, despite ticking all the boxes that defines a blog as per Google and Wikipedia definitions the muppets who operate the Blog Explosion blog directory have informed me that Footysphere is not a blog and is therefore denied an entry...
European Football Weekends: Lewes FC Clubhouse -... →
We love worthy causes here on Footysphere and we’d like to draw your attention to a project down in sunny Sussex. Lewes FC clubhouse is apparently a little drab and they are wanting to brighten it up. They’ve decided to fill it with football colours of the world. Scarfs, pennants and any other football memorabilia that gets sent their way. Can you help them out? Of course it’ll...
Hull City v Tampa Bay Rowdies 1984 Anglo American...
Beautiful programme from a rather mysterious match. I can’t find any information about this Anglo American Cup game, which according to the programme is the ‘first of it’s kind ever to be held’, nor the return fixture that was played on 13th June 1984. Even a search over at the American Soccer History Archives draws a blank. I’m gonna make it my business to find...
Portsmouth v Newcastle United 1956
First Floodlit Football League Fixture in England In 1955 Sunderland made a proposal that led to the formal introduction of floodlit fixtures to the league calendar. They suggested that if the two clubs agreed then postponed fixtures could be played under floodlights. It was their North East rivals Newcastle who made history along with Portsmouth when the two met at Fratton Park for the...
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Footysphere: 1901 FA Cup final Tottenham Hotspur v... →
The first football match in the world to attract a crowd of 100000 plus. Click the link to see & read more