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World Soccer Records 2018

Author : Keir Radnedge
ISBN : 1787390136
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The bestselling guide to the world's most popular sport--updated! Soccer's profile has never been higher--and it continues to grow. This ninth edition of World Soccer Records is a must for every fan, with the latest record-breaking achievements of 37 featured nations, including a sidebar with key stats, as well as updates and records for most of the other 172 full members of FIFA.

World Soccer Records 2019

Author : Keir Radnedge
ISBN : 1787391264
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The bestselling guide to the world's most popular sport is now thoroughly redesigned and revamped! This 10th edition of World Soccer Records has the latest updates on all major tournaments, including the 2018 FIFA World Cup; the most recent award winners; the newest FIFA World Rankings; and the achievements of 37 featured nations. A sidebar has key stats and information on most of the other 174 members of FIFA.

World Football Records

Author : Keir Radnedge
ISBN : 1787391604
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World Football Records is the ultimate, official recognition of all the outstanding players, coaches, fans and teams from the beautiful game. With features on the leading nations, men's and women's teams, tournaments and award-winners this book is a must-have for all football fans. The section on the FIFA World Cup has been completely updated to include the events of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. There is also a section on the man and woman selected as the world's best player in 2017, plus the other award-winners in various categories, presented by FIFA at their "The Best" Gala. The book ends with the definitive FIFA World Rankings so that you can find where exactly your country is placed in the world order.

World Soccer Records

Author : Megan Cooley Peterson
ISBN : 1680721739
Genre : Soccer
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"With powerful infographics and leveled text, explores some of the records in world soccer"--

World Soccer Records 2020

Author : Keir Radnedge
ISBN : 1787392872
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This fully revised 11th edition of the bestselling guide has a brand-new design, while still offering its irresistible combination of stories, facts, stats, and lists. Updates cover the recent major tournaments including the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019, 2018 FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying competition, and CAF Africa Cup of Nations 2019 Cameroon. It also features a new chapter on innovative technology and the latest FIFA World Rankings and record-breaking achievements.

Soccer Records

Author : Thomas K. Adamson
ISBN : 9781681034973
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 68. 99 MB
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The World Cup is soccerÕs greatest event. And no country has been more successful at it than Brazil. The team has won a record five World Cup titles since the event started in 1930. From most goals scored to number of championships, the soccer records offered in this title are sure to impress!

The Vision Book Of Football Records 2019

Author : Clive Batty
ISBN : 1909534870
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10th edition of this popular, bright and quirky annual soccer records book. Crammed with records, facts, stats and amazing feats from the world's greatest game, The Vision Book of Football Records 2019 is the perfect Christmas present for football fans of all ages. It includes an entry on every English league team and all the Scottish SPL clubs plus the major European and world clubs from Brasil to Barcelona and an all-star squad of current and former soccer legends. On top of that there are a whole wealth of fun and quirky entries which celebrate the more bizarre footie facts and records, like the match that was delayed by the antics of an Eagle Owl, the longest recorded headed goal and the match where all 22 players were sent off!

The Early Years Of Chicago Soccer 1887 1939

Author : Gabe Logan
ISBN : 9781498599047
Genre : History
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This study examines the history of Chicago soccer from 1887 to 1939 from the perspectives of recreation, immigration, labor, and urban history. The author analyzes the championship tournaments, teams, and players that enabled Chicago to become one of the nation's early soccer powers.

Soccer Record Breakers

Author : Clive Gifford
ISBN : 1783124547
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This is the ultimate reference for young soccer fans! From the Copa América to France's victory at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, this fully updated edition of Soccer Record Breakers captures every aspect of the game. With superb bite-size facts and stats on the most famous leagues, teams, and names in the sport, all illustrated by dynamic photos, it's a must-have for soccer-crazy kids.

English Gentlemen And World Soccer

Author : Chris Bolsmann
ISBN : 9781317143079
Genre : History
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The significance of the Corinthians Football Club, founded in 1882, has been widely acknowledged by historians of football and by sports historians generally. As a ’super club’ comprising the best amateur talent available they were an important formative influence on football in Britain from the 1880s to the 1930s. As a touring club - they first travelled to South Africa in 1897 and made regular forays into Europe and also to Canada, the United States and Brazil - they were the self-proclaimed standard bearers for gentlemanly values in sport. Indeed for many years they were most famous football club in the world, drawing huge crowds and helping to ensure that the version of football emanating from the English public schools and universities in the mid-nineteenth century became a global game. Though their playing strength and influence waned after the First World War, they remained a significant force through to 1939, upholding ’true blue’ amateurism at a time when football was increasingly associated with professionalism and seen as a branch of commercial entertainment. Whilst much has been written about the Corinthians, mainly by club insiders, this is the first complete scholarly history to cover their activities both in England and in other parts of the world. It critically reassesses the club’s role in the development of football and fills a gap in existing literature on the relationship between the progress of the game in England and globally. Most crucially, the book re-examines the sporting ideology of gentlemanly amateurism within the context of late-nineteenth century and early-twentieth century society.

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