I can think of Robbie Earnshaw. Not only has he played in all leagues, he has scored hattricks in all divisions...but there must be more players
No. The NFL and college football are played in the fall, but the Arena Football League and smaller indoor football leagues play in the spring and early summer.
Joe Bock from Rochester, NY
Steve Finnan is the youngest player to have played in all top 4 English Leagues at the age of 19
Alan Cork and Dave Beasant both played for Wimbledon FC in all four divisions of the Football League pre the formation of the Premiership.
John Carew - Italy, Spain, France, England and Turkey
Certainly. Too many to name
Tottenham hotspur, as they were the first non league team to win the FA cup in 1901 they would of had to have worked their way up through the leagues to get where they are now.
The club could well be Wigan Athletic.
I played tackle football when I was about eight, and I know for a fact you can play flag football at younger ages. In New Jersey there are leagues called Pop Warner football.
Andrei Kanchelskis played for the USSR Cup, the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Football League Cup, the FA Charity Shield, and the European Super Cup. He also played for the Scottish Premier League, the Scottish Cup, and the Scottish League Cup.
well none but the giants and jets have played in England
It china that played ancient version of football...the English then invented football and made official rules in 1863
There were a few different teams in different leagues and most were named the Yankees. The short answer is that there was the baseball team, 7 football teams in different leagues (one being the football Giants) and the Generals and Cosmos were soccer teams.
football (soccor in english)
The Raiders were a charter member of the American Football League, which began play in 1960. They joined the NFL when the two leagues merged in 1970.