The history of football (soccer) Football (or soccer as the game is called in some parts of the world) has a long history. Football in its current form arose in England in the middle of the 19th century. But alternative versions of the game existed much earlier and are a part of the football history. Early history and the precursors of football
On December 8 1863, Association Football and Rugby Football finally split into two different organizations. Later in the year, the first ever soccer match was played on Barnes common at Mortlake, London on 19th December 1863 between Barnes Football Club and Richmond Football Club. The game ended in a 0-0 draw. 1869.
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Princeton and Rutgers Universities engaged in the first intercollegiate soccer match Nov. 6, 1876, in New Brunswick, N.J. Rutgers won the match 6-4.
The matches range from FIFA World Cup to FIFI Wild Cup to regular friendly matches. The matches are strictly men's full internationals and the data does not include Olympic Games or matches where at least one of the teams was the nation's B-team, U-23 or a league select team. results.csv includes the following columns: date - date of the match
April 15, 1989, will forever be remembered by English football fans as the deadliest match in European history -- and an inexperienced police force was largely to blame. The match -- a Football Association semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest -- was highly anticipated.
The longest soccer match in sport history was played in Sternschanze 4 in 20357 Hamburg Germany. The match start on Tuesday 31.05.2016 at 10 pm and was ending on Sunday 05.06.2016 at 1 pm after 111 hours. FC Hamburger Berg play against VFL Wallhalben. Both Teams shot together 1290 Goals.
Match World Cup: Mediterranean Games: Nordic Tournament U17: Pan American Games: Pan-Pacific Championship: Peace Cup: Premier League Asia Trophy: Pro Soccer Classic: Salzburgerland Cup: Slovakia Cup: Supercopa Euroamericana: Sydney Festival of Football: Toulon Tournament: Trofeo Colombino: Universiade: Valentin Granatkin Memorial: Viareggio Cup ...
Fastest hat trick, longest goal, most red cards in one match, and more are all included in our list of the 18 greatest soccer records.