There are 64 football clubs in Monaco. On of the most popular team from Monaco is AS Monaco, winner of UEFA Champions League in 1992 and 2004. Other clubs are: CTM, IM2S Football Team, Poste, and others.
Notts County and Nottingham Forest
Liverpool and everton
There are 40,000 registered clubs with the FA which is 11,000 more than any other country in the world. With Brazil in second with 29,000
ofcourse not . it would be an insult to the other best football teams like - LIVERPOOL ARSENAL TOTTEHAM HOTSPURS
They didn't, it's the clubs nickname, much like other clubs like Cardiff are called 'The Bluebirds' etc.
some clubs on stardoll have jobs such as manager but other than that no i hope i helped:)
YES! They have players from Chelsea, Manchester United, Inter and other great football clubs
No, it is not considered as a religion but people do go to extreme lengths to show their loyalty to certain football clubs. Or in other words they worship their favorite football club.
Chelsea, because they are hated by all, and really physically stronger than the other premier league clubs
There are over 2500 GAA clubs in Ireland alone. Most clubs will have lots of Gaelic Football teams for different age groups and for male and female players. As well as clubs there are county teams and provincial teams. Schools have teams, colleges have teams, workplaces have teams and other groups would have them. There are also clubs in other countries around the world, where large groups of Irish people are found. So when you take all of this into consideration it is very difficult to say exactly how many teams there are.
Football was invented in 1863 in England. The football association was created to organise football in England and other countries were encouraged to have their own football associations.No. Firstly, it's not called 'soccer football'.Football is a popular game which originated from the inter-village sport of 'mob-football'.Football was played at Rugby School, where the rules were adapted to form a new form of football known as "Rugby's Football".Now known as Rugby Football or simply Rugby.Therefore the same person did not invent both football and rugby.ANSWERNo. Soccer and rugby actually evolved from the same type of game. Some clubs emphasized the feet, and other emphasized the hands. When attempts were made to standardize the rules, clubs who emphasized use of the feet founded the Football Association and went on to form what we know as soccer, or association football. Clubs who preferred ball-handling techniques formed the Rugby Football Union, named after Rugby School, where the handling game was popular.
Although now playing against each other rarely, the most notable rivalries are; Southampton FC Plymouth Argyle Brighton & Hove Albion
John Terry plays for Chelsea Football Club in the UK. He is idolized by Chelsea fans but has been involved in scandals that have made him a target for fans of other clubs.
I am wondering which city has the most football clubs in the top two or three tiers of its countries league. London has lots: Arsenal, Chelsea, West Ham, Spurs, Fulham, Crystal Palace, Charlton, Burnley (?), QPR, not to mention Millwall et al. Does anyone know of any other city in the world with more professional clubs in the top two leagues?
Leicester Football Club are known as the Tigers. Unlike some other nicknames for rugby football clubs it is not a recent invention of marketing consultants, but is believed to derive from the Leicestershire Regiment who gained the Tiger nickname for their service in India.
The reason certain clubs are not as good as other clubs often comes down to location, money and fan base. Any club can get better as they attract better players or even practice more.
The official name for football is of course football.The football association is where the nicknames assoc or socca come from, as rugby union is often called rugger. These are nicknames and not the official names.The history of association football, which is usually known simply as football, can be traced to traditional football games played in Europe, particularly Medieval England, in ancient times. The modern game has its roots in the formation of the The Football Association (FA) in England in 1863. Several clubs met in London, to create a National code, that would allow clubs to play each other without dispute. At the time, football clubs all played by their own, individual codes of rules, and game-day rules had to be agreed upon before they could play one another.
Their aim, like everyother team, it to win the Premier League title, and any other title, cup, or acheivement they can.
Yes - if the transfer is between two British clubs it is subject to VAT just as any other goods or services are subject to taxation.
It was first sung by Liverpool fans in the early 60s and is now sung at other clubs, such as Celtic.
There is no real answer. Some football clubs are worth millions of euro, dollars, pounds, or whatever currency you are working in. Some are worth very little. It depends on the players, the size of the club, their success and other such factors.
a number of football, volleyball, tennis and other games and associated competitions. There are many football leagues that are played here. Moreover, Iceland has several sport clubs and associations that look after particular games and its improvements.
There are twenty professional soccer clubs in Ireland. However, there are many other clubs for amateurs, as well as children.
Quite possibly, the most number of cups won in total has been won by Celtic or Rangers in Scotland; no other country has ever experienced an almost total domination of domestic competition by two clubs. To check this, I recommend that you visit the websites of both clubs.