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Football Questions I

  1. Name two players to have won the European Championship with their country, and the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League with their respective club sides?
  2. Name three players to have won the Champions League, UEFA Cup, Premiership and FA Cup?
  3. European football's governing body, lifted the five-year ban on English clubs playing in European competitions in which year?
  4. What was the name of the report on stadium safety standards, which proposed expensive upgrades to create all-seater stadiums in the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster?
  5. Which four EPL clubs did David Ginola play for?
  6. Who was the first footballer to win the FIFA World Cup both as a player and a manager?
  7. On December 26, 1999, which club became the first Premier League side to field an entirely foreign starting line-up?
  8. And on February 14, 2005, which club were the first to name a completely foreign 16-man squad for a Premier League match?
  9. Norwich City led the inaugural Premier League at Christmas, what was most unusual about this lead?
  10. Zinedine Zidane made 151 appearances for which Italian club?
  11. Which club did Sir Alex Ferguson call 'a small club, with a small mentality' in 2009?
  12. What nationality are Karim Bagheri, Ashkhan Dejagar and Andranik Teymourian who have all played in England?
  13. Which football legend finished his playing career with 3 appearance for Australian team Perth Azzurri in 1980?
  14. Which German international scored 68 goals in 62 appearances for West Germany between 1966 and 1974?
  15. David Beckham make his football league debut in 1995 for the same club that Bill Shankly made 339 appearances for; name the club?


  1. Peter Schmeichel and Nicolas Anelka
  2. Kanu (1995 Champions League - Ajax, 1998 UEFA Cup - Inter Milan, 2002 FA Cup - Arsenal, 2002 Premiership - Arsenal), and Paulo Ferreira and Ricardo Carvalho ( 2004 Champions League - Porto, 2003 UEFA Cup - Porto, 2007 FA Cup - Chelsea, 2006 Premiership - Chelsea)
  3. 1990
  4. The Taylor Report
  5. Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, and Everton
  6. Mario Zagallo (1958 and 1962 FIFA World Cups as a player, and 1970 World Cup as a manager)
  7. Chelsea
  8. Arsenal
  9. They had a negative goal difference
  10. Juventus
  11. Manchester City
  12. Iranian
  13. Bobby Charlton
  14. Gerd Muller
  15. Preston North End

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Football Quiz II

  1. Who won the Ballon d'Or three times, in 1983, 1984 and 1985?

  2. As of 2017, how many English managers have won the Premier League title?
  3. Which country lost to Urugauy in the first ever World Cup Final?
  4. As of 2017, name the only two teams to have been promoted to the Premier League but never relegated?
  5. Whose achievements include first Englishman to win league titles in four different countries and first England player to score at three World Cups?
  6. Which football club is supported by both Michael Palin and Sean Bean?
  7. Which football club was formerly know as Ardwick?
  8. In which country is the 2022 FIFA World Cup scheduled to take place?
  9. Can you name both the manager and captain of Liverpool in their first EPL season?
  10. Name the 6 clubs that have played in the Premiership that have unique last names?
  11. Which British team has won the European Cup more times than its own top league?
  12. Name a player whose surname is the same as part of the name of his team's home ground?
  13. Which side at one time had six past, present and future England captains in the same team, and in which year?
  14. Who is the only scouser to win the FA Cup with both Liverpool and Everton?
  15. Name 3 present or past Premiership teams that have a type of building in their name?


  1. Michel Platini
  2. None
  3. Argentina
  4. Stoke City and Swansea City

  5. David Beckham
  6. Sheffield United
  7. Manchester City
  8. Qatar
  9. Graeme Souness (manager) and Mark Wright (captain)
  10. Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield Wednesday, and Tottenham Hotspur
  11. Nottingham Forest - they won the league in 1978 and then won the European Cup in 1979 and 1980
  12. Wayne Bridge, whose team Chelsea play at Stamford Bridge
  13. Southampton (Mick Channon, Alan Ball, Kevin Keegan, Peter Shilton, Dave Watson and Mark Wright) in 1982
  14. Gary Ablett
  15. NewCASTLE United, BARNsley, Crystal PALACE, and Aston VILLA

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