The first football match
He was accepted into the world’s first football tournament, which was held in 1888. Then he had twelve clubs in northern and central England. The winner of the soccer tournament was Preston North End.
In 1992 with the import of megabucks from BSkyB (now called Sky TV), the largest group formed its own club called the FA Premier League.
Today, the first league has 3 divisions called; Winners competition, minutes 1 and 2.
So in England today there are a total of 4 professional football matches, plus one (promotion) or relegation (relegation) game depending on your score at the end of each season.
First League Cup (FA Cup)
The last FA Cup match was held in England in 1872 between the Royal Engineers and Wanderers in front of 2,000 spectators. The runners-up chased some 1-0 winners because the actual engineers, who are the favorites, lost the player to injury, early in the match, and played with only 10 men because they did not accept the delegates at the time. The Challenge Cup, as it was formerly known, was the precursor to Mr. C.W. Alcock of Sunderland, who was minted just one year before the “Challenge Cup in the League”; The “League” is a football team, so the FA Cup.
The oldest club in the world and in the world
There is a lot of controversy in the oldest soccer clubs in the world.
The oldest “football” in the world, now registered, is the University of Dublin Football Club, in the Republic of Ireland, which was founded in 1854. However, the club now plays in the Rugby Union, not the Football Association. For this reason, it is not accepted as the oldest football club in the world.
Sheffield Football Club – Sheffield FC – was founded in England in 1857, known to the English Football Association and FIFA as the oldest, and it still plays football in the world and continues to play in the Football Association. They play in Division 1 south of the English Premier League in England. That is why they are now known as the oldest football club in the world.
However, there was a book on a “soccer team” in Edinburgh, Scotland, between 1824 and 1841. There are still many books that refer to a “football team” as legal. It’s like a golf club where the team chooses one of their teams to play. Now the club’s name has been changed to “The Foot Ball Club of Edinburgh” in Fans’ Rights.
The first international football game
The first international football match between Scotland and England was held in Glasgow, Scotland, on November 30, 1872, in front of 4,000 spectators. The result was a 0-0 draw. Of the 110 matches played between 1872 and 1999 after the break, Scotland won 41 matches and England finished 45 and 24 games in a draw.
The first milestone
The first written record of a covered container near the side of a bunker was in the early 1920s at Pettodrey Stadium, Aberdeen, Scotland. The coach at the time, Donald Coleman, built it to protect himself while keeping a complete record of his players during the match, as it was his practice, and positioned it so as not to disturb the spectators’ opinions about the match. . . Team members came to visit us a lot and soon the idea spread in the UK and spread all over the world.