Rhett Lewis

Rhett is an Australian-born, globe trotter who is a UEFA 'A' Licence Soccer Coach. With his family, he has traveled and coached soccer in more than 30 countries, while attending World Cups, European Championships, and some of the biggest local derbies in the world!

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World Cup Facts: Incredible, Fun Facts Every Fan Should Know

For soccer fans, the countdown to the Qatar World Cup has already begun. Seeing the world’s best soccer players live is always exciting, and that’s why we cannot wait to accompany our guests to Qatar while watching the next FIFA …

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World Cup Upset: USA vs England 1950 Most Famous Victory

29 June 1950 was a particularly depressing day for British sport: The West Indies won a cricket test match for the first time when England was beaten, at Lords, by 326 runs. The last British tennis player went out of …

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First Women’s FA Cup Final: The Mitre Trophy 1970-71

Women’s soccer in England has made tremendous progress over the last 50 years. The Women’s Football Association, formed in 1969, organized the first women’s national competition. It was called The Mitre Trophy for the 1970-71 season. This was to become …

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David Trezeguet: 1998 World Cup And 2000 European Winner

Former professional footballer David Sergio Trezeguet began his career in Argentina. In 1994, Trezeguet began his professional debut for Club Atlético Platense first team in the Argentine Primera División after joining the club’s youth system. Trezeguet signed for them at …

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2010 USA World Cup Roster

The 2010 USA World Cup roster was feeling quite confident leading into the tournament. They had previously defeated Spain in the Confederations Cup the year before and had no issues qualifying for the first World Cup being held in Africa. …

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Nigeria World Cup Squad Of 2010: The Super Eagles Of Africa

The expectations for the Nigeria World Cup squad of 2010 were high. The super eagles were seen as the most likely African team who could reach the semi-finals. They had recently won the 2007 World Youth World Cup, and these …

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How Long Is A Soccer Game: Official FIFA Timings And Rules

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world. Millions of people watch soccer league games weekly and significant soccer tournaments like the Euro Championships and the World Cup. However, beginners are often asked: How long is a soccer game? …

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History Of Soccer Cleats: The Evolution Of Soccer Boots

Soccer cleats, also known as football boots or soccer boots, are arguably the most important and recognizable accessory used by modern soccer players. Soccer cleats have undergone years of evolution to develop into their present form. In modern soccer, cleats …

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Pelés First Game In England

Pelé is widely recognized as the greatest soccer player the world has ever seen, yet he played in just a handful of games in England and never at the country’s home of football, Wembley Stadium. A total of six club …

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Club Nacional de Football: A Brief History Of The Bolsos

Montevideo-based Club Nacional de Football is the oldest Uruguayan club and the first indigenous Latin American club. Founded on 14 May 1899 at the home of Dr. Ernesto Caprario, the ‘National Football Club’ or simply known as Nacional is the …

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