In November 1994, Wales travelled to Georgia for a Euro '96 qualifier – and the hosts ran riot. What happened in Tbilisi that day would go down as one of the worst Welsh showings on the international stage.
In November 1994, Manchester United were thumped 4-0 by a team that I had neither heard of nor seen play. Their name was FC Barcelona, and they were truly magnificent.
With this week’s episode of ‘Ripper Street’ getting all footballistic, we’ve decided to compare the bloodstained fiction with the actual reality of the Victorian game.
The Austro-Hungarian Empire is long gone, but its influence lingers on through football. Today in Bordeaux, we'll see that influence once again.
President Theodore Roosevelt is remembered as an ardent football supporter, but his son Ted's high school and college playing injuries complicated his feelings about the sport's inherent violence.
This week marks the anniversary of the Battle of Beverwijk, perhaps the most brutal hooligan incident in Dutch football history.