Development Of The Game

Soccer has evolved from the days of kicking a makeshift ball with no rules into the most popular sport in the world. Make sure to scroll down the page. You can select articles about the early development of soccer through to its current history.

Braunschweig was the first team worldwide to have Jägermeister as a shirt sponsor in 1973

Shirt Sponsor: The Original Story And History Since 1973

A football shirt sponsor is standard today, but it is a relatively new phenomenon. When Liverpool Football Club signed a shirt sponsorship deal with Hitachi in 1979, it was believed that it was the first English club to take football …

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The Five Finest Teams That Did Not Win The World Cup

The Five Finest Teams That Did Not Win The World Cup

Every team wants to win the World Cup. The team that can lift the trophy must be the best of the best. But in World Cup history, there are several teams equipped with the most excellent players that never felt …

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PFA: The Professional Footballers Association History

Football players in England and Wales are represented by a trade union known as the PFA (Professional Footballers Association). There are over 5,000 members of this professional sports trade union, which was founded in 1907. Current and former footballers, scholars, …

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The first ever African FIFA World Cup

South Africa FIFA World Cup: The First Ever African Tournament

The year 2010 might not seem that long in the 160-year history of football. Indeed 12 years isn’t a long time in the 92-year history of the FIFA World Cup. But it took 80 of those 92 years for football’s …

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IFAB: Its Role And Workings To Oversee The Laws Of The Game

In association football, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) is responsible for deciding the Laws of the Game (LoG). IFAB’s sole objective is to ensure that the Laws of the Game are uniformly applied worldwide and monitored accordingly, as well …

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Presidents Of FIFA: List Of Current And Former Presidents

Nine Presidents have served FIFA since its foundation in 1904. From Frenchman Robert Guerin to the incumbent Gianni Infantino via Jules Rimet, world football has progressed under each President. In our article, we review the accolades of each of the …

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FIFA: International Governing Body Of Soccer For 118 Years

FIFA, also known as the Federation Internationale de Football Association, was founded to become the single body to oversee association football worldwide. Still in existence after 118 years, it is the international governing body of association football, futsal, and beach …

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North Korea vs Portugal: World Cup Matches Of 1966 And 2010

North Korea vs Portugal has played each other twice in World Cup tournaments. Both times Portugal has been victorious. Both occasions have been unique matches. 1966 World Cup: Portugal 5 – North Korea 3 If England were the winners of …

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Most Shocking World Cup Moments

Most Shocking World Cup Moments: Throughout Soccer History

Soccer is the world’s game, and the World Cup is the pinnacle of the sport. A four-yearly celebration of the world’s best players, in which every soccer nation on Earth has the chance to compete for the famous golden trophy …

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2018 World Cup: Underdogs On The Rampage Until The Final

The 2018 World Cup was one for the record books despite heavy hitters like Germany, Brazil, Argentina, Spain, and Portugal failing to live up to expectations. However, the underdogs, including Peru, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Mexico, stepped up and bridged …

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