The World Top Scorer ranking (june 2014) is now online. You can find it here.
Sao Paulo: The IFFHS Executive Committee member General Assembly was held on
Wednesday 11 June 2014 at the Luz Plaza Hotel in Sao Paulo a day before the
start of the FIFA World Cup 2014 In Brazil under the chairmanship of the
IFFHS- President H.E Saleh BAHWINi. Continue reading
The World Top Scorer ranking (may 2014) is now online. You can find it here.
The Club World Ranking for may 2014 is now online. You can find it here.
The International Federation of Football History & Statistic (IFFHS) next General Assembly will take place (10-13 June 2014) at the Luz Plaza Hotel, Rua Prates, 145-Bom Retiro in Sao Paulo.
Panini are known all over the world. It’s the plural of the word panino,
Italian for “small bread roll”. So panini are sandwiches.
But Panini also happens to be the family name of the brothers Giuseppe and
Benito. In 1961, they published their first “Calciatori” album, a collection
of Serie A football stickers. Inter captain Bruno Bolchi was on card number
one, while Milan’s Swedish superstar Nils Liedholm, who had just retired,
was pictured on the album’s cover. Continue reading
The World Top Scorer ranking (14.04.2014) is now online. You can find it here.
Two years ago, Rangers FC were demoted to the Scottish League Two, which is
actually the fourth tier in Scotland. Since then, the Scottish Premiership,
which has traditionally been dominated by two clubs, is dominated by only
one team, Celtic FC. Continue reading
The Club World Ranking for april 2014 is now online. You can find it here.
Winning isn’t everything, they say. That’s true. Equally important is how you look.
At least that’s the impression one gets whenever clubs unveil their new kits for the coming season or national teams present their shirts and shorts for an upcoming tournament. It never fails to elicit howls of protest from fans who always complain about one thing or another, be it the colours or the cut or the collars.
But seldom were the complaints as loud as in March, when a number of countries introduced the kits they will be wearing at the World Cup in Brazil this summer. That’s because many teams, among them tournament favourites or co-favourites like Argentina, England, Germany, Portugal or Spain, dropped their traditional look and switched to one-colour kits. Continue reading