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This is a list of all the Scottish or Scotland soccer articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

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1982 World Cup: European Countries Dominate The Tournament

For Brazilians, only the 1950 tournament is more traumatic than the 1982 World Cup, hosted by Spain. The FIFA World Cup finals in Brazil went into football history books for coining the expression Maracanazo, or the Maracanã blow, referring to …

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1978 World Cup: Played In The Shadows Of A Dictatorship

After its South American neighbors (Uruguay, Brazil, and Chile), Argentina finally had the chance to host the 1978 World Cup finals. And contrary to what happened in Brazil and Chile, their story had happy endings. Mario Kempes finished the 1978 …

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1958 World Cup: Brazil’s First Title And Rise Of The King

Pelé was just a seventeen-year-old boy and practically unknown when he arrived in Sweden to play in the 1958 World Cup. However, Brazil’s 5-2 convincing win over the hosts in the final and Pelé’s outstanding performance, playing alongside another football …

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1954 World Cup: West Germany The New World Football Power

Once more, the unthinkable reared its head at the World Cup. Four years after Brazil watched stunned as the world title slipped away to Uruguay, it was time for one of the strongest teams in football history to crumble when …

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How To Watch Soccer Games: World Cup And Premier League

The following soccer-friendly TV and streaming services are available to fans based in the USA (For Soccer Fans Outside The USA, your section is near the bottom of the article)   fuboTV 8.5/10 Editors Favourite! Soccer channels: NBC, FOX, ESPN, …

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FA Cup Winners: Complete Results From 1872 To Present Day

There have been 141 FA Cup winners of the Football Association Challenge Cup, as it was commonly known in the early years. A knockout competition in English football, the FA Cup is organized by and named after the Football Association …

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Pat Nevin: 20 Year Soccer Career In Scotland And England

Pat Nevin played nearly 750 games over a 20-year career in England and Scotland, making him one of the most familiar faces in British soccer. After scoring a hat-trick against Celtic Boys’ Club for his team, Blue Star, he signed …

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Rapid Wien FC: 32 Times Champions Who Play In Wiener Derby

Rapid Wien FC is an Austrian football club based in Vienna, the country’s capital. The football club is known as Rapid Vienna or SK Rapid Wien worldwide. They are Austria’s most popular and most titled club and are based in …

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Biggest Upsets In World Cup History: 13 Unexpected Defeats

Every World Cup usually has at least one surprise in store, and as this list of World Cup huge upsets proves, sometimes those surprises are so huge that no one could have possibly seen them coming. Here is our list …

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Charles William Miller: How Did He Impact The Game Of Soccer

The grave of Charles William Miller lies more or less hidden in the corner of a Sao Paulo cemetery. No plaques denote this man’s impact on Brazil’s rich cultural history, no sign to remind visitors that he was even that …

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