The 18 Greatest World Records In Football History. The18 February 5, 2020. Fastest hat trick, longest goal, most red cards in one match and more. We take a look at the most impressive world ...
The goalkeeper set the record for scoring the longest goal recorded in soccer history after his shot from inside his own penalty area somehow made way into the opponent goal. Begovic's goal was measured at 91.9 meters and was only scored because of the blowing wind helping the ball end up in goal.
'Footballer played most official games in history' Peter Shilton: England: 1966-1997 1,390 games over 31 seasons. 'Player with most international club competition appearances in history' Iker Casillas Spain: 1999 - 2019 192 appearances: 188 UEFA club competitions, 2 in Intercontinental Cup, 2 in FIFA World Club Cup.
Ahmed Hassan - Egypt 184 games (Lst in May 2012) Biggest win. Australia - American Samoa 31-0 (2001) video. Oldest player. Billy Meredith - Wales (45 year, 8 months) World Cup. World record. Most WC-titles. Brazil - 5 wins - 58, 62, 70, 94, 02.
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The longest winning start to a season was achieved by the LA Galaxy in 1996, who opened the campaign with twelve consecutive wins and won their first eight games in regulation. The longest winning end to a season was achieved by the LA Galaxy in 1997, who closed the campaign with six straight wins.
Records trace the history of soccer back more than 2,000 years ago to ancient China. Greece, Rome, and parts of Central America also claim to have started the sport; but it was England that transitioned soccer, or what the British and many other people around the world call “football,” into the game we know today.