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8:41 a.m. - 2008-06-24
Euro 2008 - the most exciting competition of June

The next Euro tournament will be hosted by Poland and Ukraine. The UEFA Euro 2012, commonly referred to as Euro 2012 , will be the 14th European Championship for national football teams sanctioned by UEFA.


Teams that participated in Euro 2008 are:

Italian national football team

Italian national football team ( Nazionale italiana di calcio ) represents Italy in international football competition. They are the current World Champions, having won the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Therefore national team members are nicknamed Azzurri. Italy is among the top teams in international football and the second most successful national team having won four World Cups (1934, 1938, 1984, 2006). They can add one European championship (1968), two Central European International Cup and one Olympic Gold Medal (1936).

Italy played in the 2008 UEFA European Football Championship qualifying Group B, along with France. Italy won the group, with France being the runner-up. After the tournament with France, Italy saved chances to play in quarterfinal.

Austria national football team

The Austria national football team is controlled by the Austrian Football Association (German: Österreichischer Fußball Bund). Austria has qualified for seven World Cups. The country has not yet qualified for a European Championship itself. It will play in the tournament for the first time in 2008 as co-hosts the event with Switzerland. In 2008 they played their first match against long time rivals Germany in Vienna. Austria played very well, but still lost 0-3. The next match of the year was against the Netherlands in Austria, Austria started off brilliantly going 3-0 up, however the Netherlands ended up coming back and winning 4-3. Austria's next match was against Nigeria (27.5.2008), which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Czech Republic national football team

The career of Czech Republic football team began in 1903. They played seven matches between 1903 and 1908, six of them against Hungary and one against England. That Czech Republic was a part of Austria-Hungary.

Despite finishing top of Euro 2008 qualifying group D, the Czech Republic looked a pale shadow of their 1996 counterparts. We can excluded Germany, but the Czechs still made heavy weather at times of disposing of San Marino and Cyprus and struggled to a 1-1 draw against an Ireland side in disarray in Dublin. The age old problem for the Czechs is that of consistency. The 2006 World Cup started with an impressive victory against the USA, but was followed by successive 2-0 defeats against Ghana and Italy.

French national football team

The French national football team is fielded by the French Football Federation. France was one of the four European teams that participated at the inaugural World Cup in 1930. In the 1980s, led by midfielder and captain Michel Platini, the team reached semi-finals at both the 1982 and 1986 World Cups. They won the 1984 European Championship. France is one of the most successful football nations in the world. France and Argentina are the only national teams in the world which have won the four most important titles organized by FIFA: World Cup, Gold medal in football in the Olympic Games, Confederations Cup, and the Continental Cup.

Swedish national football team

The Swedish national football team is the national football team of Sweden and is controlled by the Swedish Football Association.

Sweden has traditionally been a strong team in international football, with eleven World Cup appearances and three medals in the Olympics. The Swedish team finished second in the 1958 World Cup , when it was the host team, being beaten by Brazil 5-2 in the final. Sweden has also finished third twice, in 1950 and 1994. In 1938, they finished fourth.

Sweden competed in Group B at the 2006 World Cup. Their squad for the tournament features players who play club football in eleven different nations. Sweden started the World Cup slowly. Sweden finished group play with five points - enough to finish second in its' group and advance to 2008 European Championship Qualifying.

Sweden finished second in Group F behind Spain, thus qualifying for the finals. The campaign included an abandoned match away to Denmark, for which Sweden were awarded a 3-0 win by UEFA.

German national football team

The German national football team is the football team representing the country of Germany in international competition since 1908. At Germany's last two appearances in a Final of a major tournament - Euro 96 and World Cup 2002. Germany won their first major international title after the reunification at Euro 96, becoming European champions for the third time. They defeated England, who were the hosts, again on penalty kicks (6-5, after a 1-1 draw) in the semi-finals, and the Czech Republic 2-1 in the final, a match decided by a golden goal scored by Oliver Bierhoff. The 1998 World Cup Germany were again eliminated by a less heralded opponent in the quarter-finals.

Netherlands national football team

The Netherlands national football team ( Nicknames: Oranje, Clockwork Orange, Orange Crush, The Orangemen ) is the national football team of the Netherlands. The Netherlands National Football Team was founded in 1889. Clockwork Orange made their first appearance at the World Cup final tournament in 1934 losing 3-2 against Switzerland, and after coming back in 1938, the Dutch national team entered the wilderness of world football. The head coach of the team is Marco van Basten . The team captain is Edwin van der Sar. He is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. The Orangemen is controlled by the Royal Netherlands Football Association.

Poland national football team

The Poland national football team is the national football team of Poland. Polish Football Association - founded in 1919 the Polish Football Association received FIFA affiliation in 1923 and UEFA affiliation in 1955.
They won Silver medal in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and in the 1992 on Summer Olympics in Barcelona. In the World Cup, Poland finished third twice: in 1974 and 1982. In the semi-finals they came up against the on-form Italians and lost by 2-0. They went on to defeat France 3-2 and claimed third place overall. The 2006 FIFA World Cup is Poland's 7th successful World Cup qualifying campaign.

Portugal national football team

The Portugal national football team is controlled by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). At the last World Cup they were 4th. Portugal have qualified four times for the FIFA World Cup; 1966, 1986, 2002 and 2006. The first appearance saw them reach the semi final, losing 2-1 at Wembley to the eventual world champions England. For the World Cup Portugal qualified in 1986 and 2002. In the 1986 tournament, players went on strike over prize-money and refused to train between their first and the second games.

Euro 2004 was held in Portugal. Portugal, as the host nation, lost the first game against Greece, Greece winning 2-1. They got their first win against Russia 2-0 and also beat Spain 1-0. They went through and went on to play against England. It was an entertaining game to watch, it went on to penalties and Portugal went through with Ricardo scoring the wining penalty. Portugal beat Holland 2-1 in the semi-final with a lovely goal from Maniche. They were eventually beaten by rank outsiders Greece by a goal to Nil, credits to Greek striker, Angelos Charisteas . Previously, on the opening match, Greece beat Portugal 2-1. This is the first time in the history of the competition that the final featured the same two teams as the opening match.

Romania national football team

The Romania national football team is the national football team of Romania and is controlled by the Romanian Football Federation. Romania is one of only four national teams, the other three being Brazil, France, and Belgium, that took part in the first three World Cups.

They only qualified for 1970, 1990, 1994 and 1998 editions since that Cups. Their finest hour came at the 1994 World Cup where Romania, led by Gheorghe Hagi, reached the quarterfinals, defeating Argentina in their way before losing to Sweden on penalty shootouts. At the Euros, Romania's best performance was in 2000 when they advanced to quarterfinals from a group with Germany, Portugal and England before falling to eventual runners-up Italy .

Romania also played at Euro 1984, Euro 1996 and Euro 2008.

Greece national football team

The Greece national football team is the national football team of Greece. Greece had previously participated in a European Championship only in Euro 1980, but their first win did not come until the first match of Euro 2004, a 2-1 win over the hosts Portugal. Greece started the qualification process for the Euro 2004 in poor fashion losing at home to Spain and away to Ukraine both times with a 2-0 scoreline. As Euro 2004 winners, Greece qualified for the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup in Germany. Greece were drawn into Group A along with 2002 World Cup champions Brazil, 2004 Asian champions Japan, and 2003 North America champions Mexico. Greece lost 3-0 to Brazil and 1-0 to Japan and drew 0-0 with Mexico in a tournament.

After winning the Euro 2004 , Greece were considered favorites to top their group, in the 2006 World Cup qualifyings . The team was drawn into Group 2 along with Ukraine, Turkey, Denmark, Albania, Georgia and Kazakhstan in what was considered the toughest qualifying group.

Russia national football team

The Russia national football team is the national football team of Russia and is controlled by the Football Union of Russia. Russia qualified for two World Cups (1994, 2002) and three European Championships (1996, 2004, 2008), but failed to get beyond the first round on first two occasions. FIFA considers the Russia national team the direct descendant of the CIS and USSR national teams.

Having failed to qualify Russia for the 2006 World Cup , Yuri Semin stepped down several weeks later and Russia began looking for a new manager. It was clear that a foreign manager would be needed as most of the high profile Russian coaches were not successful with the national team. On April 10, 2006, it was announced that then Australia manager Guus Hiddink would lead Russia in the Euro 2008 qualification campaign.

For the Euro 2008 qualifying campaign. Russia were drawn into group E with England, Croatia, Israel, FYR Macedonia, Estonia, and Andorra. Russia were able to qualify in second place with 24 points above England who had 23 points.

Spain National Football Team

The Spain National Football Team, commonly referred to as La Furia, is the national football team of Spain.

Spain has a reputation for underachievement in the FIFA World Cup , with their best finish being fourth place in 1950 despite often being among the pre-tournament favorites. They often start well, but struggle considerably in the later stages, which is frustrating given the team's supposedly enormous talent and diligence. Their only senior level tournament victory is the 1964 European Championship , which they hosted. They also won the gold medal when they hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, and in the 1999 World Youth Championship in Nigeria. Their current FIFA ranking is 4th.

Spain struggled throughout the 2006 World Cup qualifying stage. Spain were in group 7 with Serbia & Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Belgium, Lithuania, and San Marino. Spain qualified for the final tournament after defeating Slovakia 6-2 on aggregate. Spain were drawn into Group H with Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, and Tunisia. Spain fell 3-1 in the second round by the more experienced France team. Spain and Brazil shared the 2006 FIFA Fair Play Award.

Turkey national football team

The Turkey national football team is the national football team of Turkey and is controlled by the Turkish Football Federation . They are affiliated with UEFA . Turkey had many ups and downs, for example they made a nice rise to the international scene in the 1950s but lost it in the 1970s. Reaching 3rd place at the 2002 FIFA World Cup was the team's highest achievement. Turkey also reached the quarter-finals at Euro 2000 and was the 3rd at the 2003 Confederations Cup. After these successes Turkey returned the reputation as a strong force in world football again.

The Turkish team failed to qualify for Euro 2004 on play-offs due to a loss to Latvia after finishing second in their group. The Turkish team once again missed out on the finals after failing to win a play-off. Switzerland appeared stronger than Turkey and Turkish team was only the second.

Croatian national football team

The Croatian national football team represents Croatia in international matches. The current team has been in existence since 1990 and was recognized by FIFA and UEFA in the summer of 1992, one year after Croatia's independence from Yugoslavia. The team was FIFA 's "Best Mover of the Year" in 1994 and 1998. They were rated as high as third, and as low as 125th (though this low rating was only because Croatia were not ranked prior to their independence, and it therefore took some time to build up points when they started playing independently). They are still undefeated in all competitive matches they played on home soil since 1994. They also qualified for both 2002 and 2006 World Cups without losing a qualifying match.

Swiss national football team

The Swiss national football team also known as the Schweizer Nati is the national football team of Switzerland and is controlled by the Swiss Football Association .Switzerland have qualified for 7 FIFA World Cup finals. In their debut appearance in 1934 they lost a close quarter-final 3-2 to Czechoslovakia, 1938 and when the country hosted the event in 1954. The team reached the quarter-final by defeating Germany by 4-2 four years later. Switzerland also won silver at the 1924 Olympics.

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11:06 a.m. - 2008-04-21
Live Formula 1 Racing

Formula One, abbreviated to F1, is the highest class of open wheeled auto racing.

The cars race at high speeds, greater than 320 km/h (200 mph), and are capable of pulling up to 5g in some corners. The F1 world championship season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, held usually on purpose-built circuits, and in a few cases on closed city streets. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors.


It is a massive television event, with millions of people watching each race in two hundred countries. As the world's most expensive sport, its economic effect is significant, and its financial and political battles are widely observed. The term Formula 1 provides in itself an aura of elite competition, speed and excellence.


The 2008 Formula One season is the 59th FIA Formula One World Championship season. It began on 16 March and will end on 2 November after eighteen Grands Prix. It is the first season under the new Concorde Agreement.


Formula 1 Championship


Australian GP


The Australian Grand Prix is a Formula One race that is part of the annual Formula One championship season. It is held at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit at Albert Park in Melbourne. The Australian Grand Prix is the first round of the Championship. The event was held annually since 1928 at various venues in Australia, before it became part of the Formula One championship in 1985. The race was held at the Adelaide Street Circuit in Adelaide from 1985 to 1995. Ex-racer-turned-entrepreneur Bob Jane wanted a race in Melbourne. He created a huge "thunderdome" and invented the AUSCAR series, bringing NASCAR action to Australia. Iin 1992 Jeff Kennett was elected the new premier of the State of Victoria. He immediately set about improving Melbourne's profile. First on his list was the Australian Grand Prix. An agreement was reached with Formula One in 1993, but the contract with Adelaide did not expire until 1995. So in 1996 the race moved to Melbourne to beautiful Albert Park, the layout smooth and flowing, with no 90 degree street corners to break the speed. It runs clockwise around a lake, and the scenery is breathtaking, the circuit well liked by the drivers. It has 16 corners (left:6 and right:10) : Jones, Brabham, Lauda, Marina, Clark, Waite, Hill, Ascari, Stewart, Prost.


Malaysian Grand Prix


Malaysian Grand Prix is held at the hyper-modern Sepang International Circuit (SIC)at Sepang, Malaysia. It is situated close to the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport and was widely hailed at the time as the most up to date - if bland - racing complexes in the world.


In the mid 1990s, Malaysia was undergoing a huge change. Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia's Prime Minister was determined that by 2020, the country would be a fully industrialised nation. The best way to do this, it was thought, was through the auto trade. The Sepang circuit boasts superb pit garage and media facilities, as well as impressive grandstands and patron amenities.


Sakhir GP


The Bahrain Grand Prix is a Formula One Championship race which first took place at the Bahrain International Circuit. The 2004 Grand Prix of Bahrain marked the first ever round of the FIA Formula One World Championship to be held in the Middle East and the official culmination of a multi-million dollar project started back in September 2002 when the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a long-term deal to host the event. For the first time in 2006, there was a V8 Supercar race, named the Desert 400, and also a 24 Hour Race. The construction of the Bahrain circuit was a national objective for Bahrain, initiated by the Crown Prince, Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa. The Crown Prince is the Honorary President of the Bahrain Motor Federation. Over 12,000 tonnes of stone were used in the build, a third of it Welsh granite, chosen for the track surface due to its excellent adhesive qualities.


Barcelona GP


The Spanish Grand Prix ( Gran Premio de España ) is a Formula One race currently held at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain, as part of the annual Formula One championship season. This circuit was built in 1991, after the Spanish Motor federation decided to stop sharing the Spanish Grand Prix between four other tracks. The 4.627KM circuit is situated just north of Barcelona and is used for testing by the F1 teams throughout the year.


Barcelona's mix of high and low-speed corners (Elf, Renault, Repsol, Seat, Campsa, Nissan, La Caixa, Sabadell, New Holland), plus its abrasive and rather bumpy track surface, makes for a physically and mechanically taxing race. Tyre wear is particularly high and the varying winds that cut across the circuit mean an optimum set-up can be hard to find. For spectators Elf corner is among the best places to watch, as it is one of the track's few overtaking opportunities.


Turkish Grand Prix


The Turkish Grand Prix is a Formula One motor race. The debut was on August 21, 2005 at Istanbul Park Circuit. The spectacular 5.378 kilometre track is designed by famed German architect Hermann Tilke, the man behind Sepang, Bahrain and Shanghai, and features 14 turns - eight lefts and six rights - with the cars reaching speeds of up to 330 km/h.


The circuit is only the third anti-clockwise circuit on the Formula One calendar after the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, Italy and the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Brazil. It possesses a wide variety of corners, and while perhaps not as technical as, say, Shanghai, it definitely provides the drivers with real challenge, especially given the reduced downforce available from 2005. Turn 8 is probably the best corner on the track. It is a quadruple apex corner with a load of 5 G (5 times the force of gravity) for 4 seconds. It is actually 4 corners joined together. Many drivers have found this a very tricky corner of the circuit. Another notable corner is Turn 1, a sharp downhill left-hander immediately after the front straight. This corner has been nicknamed by some as the "Turkish Corkscrew" in reference to the famous "Corkscrew" at Laguna Seca.


Monaco Grand Prix


The Monaco Grand Prix ( Grand Prix de Monaco ) is a Formula One race held each year on the Circuit de Monaco. The Monaco Grand Prix brings the wealthiest people from all over the world together for what really is a special weekend for Formula One. It is set in the luxurious streets of Monte Carlo, and is one of the most traditional races on the calendar.


Run since 1929, it is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world alongside the Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans (with which it forms the Triple Crown of Motorsport ). The history, spectacle and glamour result in the race being considered "the jewel of the Formula One crown". The Armco barrier-lined circuit leaves no margin for error, demanding more concentration that any other Formula One track. Cars run with maximum downforce and brakes are worked hard. Overtaking is next to impossible so qualifying in Monaco is more critical than at any other Grand Prix.


Canadian Grand Prix


The Canadian Grand Prix (known in French as the Grand Prix du Canada ) is an auto race held in Canada since 1961. It has been part of the Formula One World Championship since 1967. The Canadian GP was moved to Montreal in 1978, as Mosport Park was thought to be outdated and too dangerous. It was built around the site of Expo 67, and it is a mixture of street circuit and permanent road course. Downtown Montreal is only a stone's throw away. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is the venue for the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix, NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, and, as of 2007, a NASCAR Nationwide Series race. The circuit, at Parc Jean-Drapeau on Île Notre-Dame, a man-made island in the St. Lawrence River that is part of the city of Montreal, was named after the late Canadian driver Gilles Villeneuve, father of Jacques Villeneuve.


The French Grand Prix


The French Grand Prix ( Grand Prix de France ) is a race held as part of Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile 's annual Formula One automobile racing championships. The venue for the Formula One French Grand Prix is Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours.The first Grand Prix held here was in 1991, when Nigel Mansell won for Williams, after a long battle with the Ferrari of Alain Prost. He won again in 1992, in a wet/dry race, and in 1993, Prost made it three in a row for the Williams team. Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours hosted rounds of the European F3 championship but it was not until former President Francois Mitterand decided to invest in the flagging economy of the area, that Magny Cours was seriously considered for Formula One. A new motorway was built to link the track to the existing autoroutes and a huge industrial park was built to attract France's best racing teams.


The track nowadays is a modern, smooth circuit with good facilities for the spectators. It is a flat circuit, with negligible change in elevation. Most corners are named after other racing circuits, e.g. the fast Estoril corner and the Adelaide hairpin.The all coners include: G. courbe, Estoril, Golf, Adelaide, 180°,Imola, Chateau d'Eau, Chicane, Lycée.


British GP


The British Grand Prix is a race in the calendar of the FIA Formula One World Championship. It is currently held at the Silverstone Circuit near the village of Silverstone in Northamptonshire. The British and Italian Grands Prix are the oldest continuously staged Formula One world championship Grands Prix.


Silverstone Circuit started life as an aerodrome. When the Second World War ended in 1945, England's other two circuits, Donington Park and the legendary Brooklands, had fallen into disrepair. And so it was that the outer taxiways and interconnecting runways of Silverstone became adopted by the Royal Automobile Club as the home for the British Grand Prix in 1948. The circuit was fast and challenging and in 1949 the shape was formed that remains the basis of the track to this day.


The Circuit has hosted the race regularly since the start of the F1 championship in 1950 (in which it was the first race of the first ever official World Championship) and every year since 1987; it alternated with Brands Hatch between 1964 and 1986, and with Aintree (better known as a horse-racing course) between 1955 and 1962.


German Grand Prix


The German Grand Prix (Großer Preis von Deutschland) is an annual automobile race that takes place at the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg. It is an automobile racing track situated near the town of Hockenheim in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The Hockenheim circuit was built in 1939. This track was originally used as a test track for Mercedes, but became a venue for Formula One in 1970, while the Nurburgring was being modified. Sadly, this is another track that is remembered because of tragedy - this time it was the death of the great Jim Clark when he raced Formula 2000 in 1968. Patrick Depaillar also lost his life here, during testing in 1980. The original track was almost 8 kilometres long and was formed of two long curved straights with a long corner at either end. Situated in the Rhine valley, the circuit is completely flat, without any changes in elevation.


Hungarian Grand Prix


The first Hungarian Grand Prix was held on June 21, 1936 over a 3.1-mile (5.0 km) track laid out in Népliget, a park in Budapest. Now Hungarian Grand Prix is held at The Hungaroring. It is a Formula 1 racing circuit in Mogyoród, near Budapest, Hungary.


The Hungaroring is built 12 miles north east of Budapest, and is set in a natural Amphitheatre, as the track starts on one side, goes down into a valley before going down the far side, then turning and coming back in the opposite direction. Overtaking is virtually impossible here, as the track is narrow, with many slow corners. The track also has a curve named after Nigel Mansell.The circuit is generally dusty due to underuse throughout the season and being built on sandy soil. The track's being in a natural valley explains that about 80 percent of the racetrack is visible from any point The Hungaroring opened in 1986 and it held its first Formula One event in August that year. It was a huge success and almost 200,000 fans showed up.


European GP


The European Grand Prix is a separate Formula One event that was reintroduced during the mid-1980s and has been held regularly since 1999. The first European Grand Prix race was the 1923 Italian Grand Prix, held at Monza and won by Carlo Salamano in a Fiat. In 2008 it will be held on a circuit around the Spanish port's streets in the Valencia Street Circuit. Valencia is fast becoming one of the most talked about Spanish destinations. Over recent years the old industrial port has been transformed into a real cultural must-see and in August 2008 the glamorous city hosts its first Grand Prix on a brand-new harbour-side street circuit. Valencia has signed a seven year deal to host the race around the streets of the America's cup port. The deal was signed on June 01, 2007 and is for seven years. The deal has been made between Ecclestone and the Valmor Sport group, which is led by former motorcycle rider Jorge Martinez Aspar and Villarreal football club's president Fernando Roig.


Belgian Grand Prix


The Belgian Grand Prix is an automobile race, part of the Formula One World Championship. The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is the famous venue of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix and the Spa 24 Hours endurance race. It is also home to the 25 Hours of Spa, run by the Uniroyal Fun Cup. It is considered to be one of the most challenging race tracks in the world, mainly due to its fast, hilly and twisty nature. Spa is a favourite circuit of many racing drivers and fans. Spa Francorchamps circuit is among the most historic on the Formula One calendar and was first used in 1924, its history long and entwining. Designed by Jules de Their and Henri Langlois Van Ophem, the original 15 km (9.3 mile) triangle-shaped course used public roads between the Belgian towns of Francorchamps, Malmedy and Stavelot.


The lap distance was reduced slightly over the years, with some corners eased, but when the 'old' circuit staged its final Grand Prix in 1970 it still measured just over 14 kilometres and remained staggeringly quick - Chris Amon set that year's fastest lap at an average speed of just under 245 km/h. Since inception, the place has been famous for its unpredictable weather. Jim Clark hated it, yet he won four races in a row, 1962 - 1965. The sun can shine in one section of the track, yet it can be pouring with rain in another.


Monza Grand Prix


The Italian Grand Prix ( Gran Premio d'Italia ) is one of the longest running events on the motor racing calendar. It is held at Autodromo Nazionale Monza. It is a motorsport race track near the town of Monza, Italy, north of Milan. Monza is one of the most historic motor racing circuits in the world. Work began on the track in 1922 and was completed in under half a year. After Brooklands and Indianapolis it was the third permanent race track in existence. With a banked oval track incorporated into the design of the road racing circuit, the total track length stood at a whopping 10 kilometres.


The site has three tracks – the 5.793 km Grand Prix track, the 2.405 km Junior track and a decaying 4.25 km high speed track with steep bankings. Major features of the main track include the Curva di Lesmo, the Curva Parabolica, and the Variante Ascari. The high speed curve, Curva Grande, is located after a slow corner but usually taken flat out by Grand Prix cars.


Singapore Grand Prix


The Singapore Grand Prix is a Formula One race set to stage its inaugural event on 28 September 2008. It is held at Singapore Street Circuit is a street-based circuit around the city state's Marina Bay. Singapore has the honour of hosting the first night-time event in Formula One history. The current deal with Formula One Management is for five years and its night status, starting at 8pm local time, is aimed at ensuring that European Formula One fans can watch the live action at what is believed to be a reasonable time slot.


The Singapore Grand Prix will take place on public roads around the Marina Bay area. The design proposal includes powerful lighting systems that will replicate daylight conditions and the most stringent safety protocols will be applied to ensure driver and spectator safety.


The anti-clockwise street circuit, consisting of 14 left hand turns and 10 right hand turns will offer a number of overtaking opportunities the organisers believe. The track is 5.1-kilometres (3.15-miles) long in a harbourside location similar in style to the Monaco Grand Prix and the new circuit in Valencia.


Japanese Grand Prix


The Japanese Grand Prix is a race in the calendar of the FIA Formula One World Championship.


Fuji Speedway is a race track standing in the foothills of Mount Fuji , in Oyama, Sunto District, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The circuit hosted the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in 2007, after an absence of 30 years, replacing the Suzuka Circuit. Fuji Speedway circuit , owned by Toyota, sits in the shadow of Mount Fuji and at 4.359km in length. Fuji remained a popular sports car racing venue and was often used for national races. Speeds continued to be very high, and two chicanes were added to the track, one just past the first hairpin corner, the second at the entry to the very long, very fast final turn. Organisers expect to attract up to 220,000 spectators to Fuji over the course of the race weekend, with 110,000 on race day alone.


Chinese Grand Prix


The Chinese Grand Prix is a round of the Formula One World Championship , held towards the end of the season in October. It is currently held at the Shanghai International Circuit , Shanghai. It was designed by Hermann Tilke as the race circuit for the new millennium. The new facility with its massive main grandstands, amazing media facilities and unparalleled team facilities set a new standard that other race circuits must now aspire to.


The 5.4 kilometre racing track is shaped like the Chinese character 'shang', which stands for 'high' or 'above'. Other symbols represented in the architecture originate from Chinese history, such as the team buildings arranged like pavilions in a lake to resemble the ancient Yuyan-Garden in Shanghai. Here, nature and technology are carefully used to create harmony between the elements.


Brazilian GP


The Brazilian Grand Prix is a Formula One championship race which occurs at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in Interlagos, Brazil. The second name of the circuit is Interlagos . It is the venue of the Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix, located in a suburb of the city of São Paulo, named after José Carlos Pace, a Brazilian Formula One driver, who had died prior to its naming.


A Brazilian Grand Prix was first held at Interlagos in 1972, although it was not part of the Formula One World Championship . The following year, however, the race was first included in the official calendar. In 1978 the grand prix moved to Rio, but in 1979 Interlagos got its race back. By 1981 however Rio had retaken the Grand Prix, Sao Paulo's slums being at odds with the glamorous image Formula One wanted to portray. When a $15m redevelopment programme was agreed in the heyday of Ayrton Senna, a Sao Paulo local, the race finally moved back to Interlagos.


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2:09 p.m. - 2008-04-11
English Premier League is the most popular and the world's most watched league.


English Premier League Season 2007/2008


English Premier League Info


English Premier League is the most popular and the world's most watched league. It is attracting the top players from all over the globe. Live soccer fans from all over the world (not only Briatain) are always struggling to be able to watch all of their favorite team games.

There are currently over 337 foreign players registered and eligible to play in the Barclays Premier League. The total number of countries represented is 66.

The first ball kicked in the Premier League was as relatively recently as 15th August 1992. The most successful team in Premier League history is undoubtedly Manchester United. The whole list of teames includes such football clubs as:

Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Everton, Portsmouth,
Blackburn, Manchester City, West Ham Utd, Tottenham, Newcastle, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Wigan Athletic, Reading, Birmingham, Bolton, Fulham, Derby County.

English Premier League Participants Info


Manchester United Football Club Review


Manchester United is one of the most famous and successful English football clubs. The chairmen are Joel and Avram Glazer . They control First Allied Corporation and the Zapata Corporation, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL. The present manager of Man U is Sir Alexander Chapman Ferguson . He is a former football player who played for such clubs as: Queen's Park (1957-1960), St. Johnstone (1960-1964), Dunfermline Athletic (1964-1967), Rangers (1967-1969), Falkirk (1969-1973), Ayr United (1973-1974). Ferguson was a manager of such teams as: East Stirlingshire (1974), St. Mirren (1974-1978), Aberdeen (1978-1986), Scotland (1985-1986). He is prominent for winning more trophies than any other manager in the English football. Also he has been in charge of Man Utd for more than 1,000 matches.


Newcastle United FC


Newcastle United Football Club is an English professional football club that currently plays in the Premier League. Fans also call it "The Magpies" or "The Toon" . Newcastle Utd is situated in Newcastle upon Tyne and the home ground of the team is St James' Park . It is the club's stadium from the founding year.


The present c hairman of the club is Christopher "Chris" Mort . He is an English lawyer. The current manager of the team is Samuel "Sam" Allardyce . Sam is an English former professional football player. He played for such clubs as: Bolton Wanderers (1973-1980), Sunderland (1980-1981), Millwall (1981-1983), Tampa Bay Rowdies (1983 ), Coventry City (1983-1984), Huddersfield Town (1984-1985), Bolton Wanderers (1985-1986), Preston North End (1986-1989), West Bromwich Albion (198 -1991), Limerick (1991-1992), Preston North End (1992). Allardyce was a manager of such teams: Limerick (1991-1992), Blackpool (1994-1996), Notts County (1997-1999), Bolton Wanderers (1999-2007).


The Newcastle United Football Club appeared as a result of merging of two clubs, Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End in 1892. It is highly ranked as one of the most successful clubs in English football history. For the present moment the club having won the First Division Championship four times and the FA Cup six times. Also a great achievement of the club is Inter-Cities Fairs Cup victory.


West Ham United Football Club


West Ham United is an English football club that currently plays in Premier League . The club is also well-know as: The Hammers , The Irons , The Academy of Football , West ham Utd . It is situated in West Ham, London Borough of Newham, East London.The home ground of the team is Boleyn Ground (also well-know as Upton Park ). It is the club's stadium from 1904. The capacity of the stadium is 35,146 all seated. Upton Park consists of four main stands: The Centenary Stand, The Bobby Moore Stand, The East Stand and The Dr. Martens Stand.The current chairman is Australian Lucas Neill . He is an Icelandic businessman and former President of the Football Association of Iceland. The club's present manager is Alan Curbishley . He was appointed on 13 December 2006. Curbishley is a former professional footballer, who played for such teams as: West Ham United (1975–1979), Birmingham City (1979–1983), Aston Villa (1983–1984), Charlton Athletic (1984–1987), Brighton & Hove Albion (1987–1990), Charlton Athletic (1990–1993). He began his career of manager from Charlton Athletic (1991-2006).


Manchester City Football Club Review


Manchester City Football Club (also well-known as Man City , City , The Blues , The Citizens ) is an English professional football club situated in the city of Manchester. The home ground is the City of Manchester Stadium. It is a 48,000-seater stadium based in East Manchester. The first club's stadium was Maine Road . Manchester City had spent there 80 years before leaving. The chairman of the club is Thai businessman, politician and the former Prime Minister of Thailand - Thaksin Shinawatra . The present manager is Sven-Göran Eriksson. He is a Swedish football manager who played for such clubs as: Torsby IF (1966–71), SK Sifhälla (1971–73), KB Karlskoga (1973–75). Eriksson is famous for winning the league-and-cup double in three different countries ( Sweden , Portugal and Italy ). Previously he was a manager of such teams as: Degerfors IF (1977–78), IFK Göteborg (1979–82), SL Benfica (1982–84), AS Roma (1984–87), AC Fiorentina (1987–89), SL Benfica (1989–92), U.C. Sampdoria (1992–97), S.S. Lazio (1997–2001), England (2001–06).


The club was formed by Anna Connell and William Beastow , Thomas Goodbehere in 1880. The first name was St. Marks (West Gorton), then they changed the name to Ardwick A.F.C . Eventually they became Manchester City in 1887.


Portsmouth Football Club


Portsmouth Football Club is an English football club that currently plays in Premier League. The fans also call it "Pompey" or "the Blues". It is situated in the south coast city of Portsmouth. The owner of the club is Alexandre Gaydamak. He is a French businessman and a patron of several Jewish charities. The current manager is Henry James "Harry" Redknapp. He is an an English former footballer. He played for such teams as: West Ham United (1965–1972), Bournemouth (1972–1976 ), Brentford (1976 ), Seattle Sounders (1976–1979), Bournemouth (1982)and was a manager of: Bournemouth (1983–1992), West Ham United (1994–2001), Southampton (2004–2005).


The club was founded in 1898 by 5 sportsmen and businessmen at the meeting at Old Portsmouth.


The home ground is of Portsmouth Pompey Fratton Park. It was opened in 1898 . The capacity of the stadium is 20,600.


By 2011 Pompey will be playing in the new 36,000 all-seater stadium. The club also wants to improve the squad. For this reason Sulley Muntari was sighed for a record fee of £7million from Udinese.


Chelsea FC


Chelsea Football Club is a professional English football club. Fans also call it "The Blues" or "The Pensioners" . It is located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The club's home is Stamford Bridge football stadium. The other name given by supporters to the stadium is "The Bridge" . The capacity of the stadium is 42,055. The owner of the club is well-known Roman Abramovich , who bought the Blues for £140 million .The present directors are: Eugene Tenenbaum and Peter Kenyon .


The chairman is Bruce Buck .


The manager is Avraham (Avram) Grant who came to England to become Technical Director of Portsmouth F.C. in 2006. His friend Roman Abramovich then brought him to Chelsea F.C. as Director of Football, and, following the controversial departure of José Mourinho, he became the manager of Premier League side Chelsea F.C. in 2007.


Now the club plays in the Barclaycard Premiership League . They spent most of their history in the top of English football.


Bolton Wanderers (The Trotters) Football Club Review


Bolton Wanderers Football Club is also well-known as Bolton or the Trotters . It is an English professional football club that plays in the Premier League. The Trotters located on Horwich, in the Borough of Bolton, North West England. The present home ground is Reebok Stadium or the Reebok based in the Middlebrook retail park in Horwich, near Bolton. This modern stadium was built in 1997 and replaced the previous pitch, Burnden Park. The chairman of Bolton Wanderers is Phil Gartside . He is an Irish businessman and Chairman of Chambers of Commerce North West. He is also a perfect football administrator and currently is a Football Association Board Member. The manager of the club is Gary John Megson . He is an ex-footballer who played for ten different clubs: Plymouth Argyle, Everton, Sheffield Wednesday, Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United, Sheffield Wednesday, Manchester City, Norwich City, Lincoln City, Shrewsbury Town.


Bolton Wanderers was among the founder members of the Football League. They also famous for winning the FA Cup three times during the 1920s. Of course, as any other football team they had a hard times. So in 1987 the club was relegated to the Fourth Division. Nevertheless they had a lot of trophies.


Middlesbrough Football Club Round-Up


Middlesbrough Football Club is an English football club that currently is a member of Premier League . The fans also call it "Boro ". It is situated in Middlesbrough. The home ground is Riverside Stadium that based in Middlesbrough, England. The current capacity of the stadium is 35,100 all seated. Riverside Stadium is the biggest new arena to be built in England since World War II. Steve Gibson is a chairman of the club. He is an entrepreneur and a founder of Bulkhaul Limited. Steve Gibson became the youngest ever director at the club's history, when he joined Middlesbrough at the age of 26. The current manager is Gareth Southgate . He is a former English footballer. Southgate played for such teams as: Crystal Palace (1989-1995), Aston Villa (1995-2001) and Middlesbrough (2001-2006). In 2006 he started his career of manager from Boro.


The club was formed by members of Middlesbrough Cricket Club in 1876 and in 1889 they turned professional. In 1992 Boro were founding members of the Premier League .


Reading Football Club Short Round-Up


Reading Football Club is a football club that currently plays in Premier League . They are also well-known as the Royals due to their location in the Royal County of Berkshire. The home ground of the club is the Madejski Stadium , named after Reading's chairman. It is situated in Reading, England. The stadium was built for more than £50million and opened on 22 August 1998. The capacity is 24,250. The present chairman of the Royals is John Robert Madejski . He is a British businessman in the field of publishing and the hotel industry. The current manager is Stephen James Coppell .


The club was formed at the meeting at the Bridge Street Rooms under the chairmanship of Mr JE Sydenham in 1871 . They got promotion to the Premier League on 25 March 2006 . It was for the first time in the history of the club. Reading hold the English league record for the longest winning sequence at the start of a season with 13 victories in succession at the beginning of season 1985-1986 .


Sunderland Association Football Club (SAFC) Overview


Sunderland is an English professional football club that currently plays in Premier league . They are also well-know as: "Sunderland Association Football Club" or "The Black Cats" . The club is situated in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, in North-East England.


The current chairman is Niall John Quinn . He is a former is a Irish footballer, who played for such teams as: Arsenal (1983–1990), Manchester City (1990–1996), Sunderland (1996–2002). He is also related to horse racing. Niall John Quinn was awarded Beacon Fellowship Prize for his contribution to medical and children's charities in 2003. The present manager is Roy Maurice Keane . He is an Irish former professional footballer like Niall. Keane played for such club's as: Cobh Ramblers (1989–1990), Nottingham Forest (1990–1993), Manchester United (1993–2005), Celtic (2005–2006). Sunderland is the first team that he manages.


The club was founded on October 1879 by James Allan , Glaswegian school-teacher. The first name was Sunderland and District Teachers' Association Football Clu b. After a year the name was changed to Sunderland. In 1888 they became the first club that joined the league. During its history of over 125 years they became league champions eight times and twice won the FA Cup.


Aston Villa Football Club General Info


Aston Villa Football Club ( The Villa and The Villans, The Lions ) is an English professional football club that plays in the Premier League . This club is based in Aston, Birmingham.Since 1897 home of the Villans is Villa Park . The former name is Aston Lower Grounds.


The chairman of Aston Villa football club is Randy Lerner . He is an American businessman and sports team owner. Randy Lerner is proprietor of the Cleveland Browns. Martin O'Neil l is a manager of the team.


Aston Villa is one of the oldest and most successful football clubs in England. The club was formed by four players from the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel cricket team: Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood. Villa is among four clubs that won the European Cup , the First Division Championship seven times and the FA Cup seven times. Also Aston Villa is the fourth most successful club in English football history, having won 21 major honours.


Birmingham City Football Club Information


Birmingham City Football Club is also well-known as the Blues (or Bluenoses - due to the colour of their kit) is an English professional football club that currently play in the Premier League . The club is situated in the city of Birmingham. The first home ground of the team was Bordesley Green (Arthur Street).


The present home ground is St. Andrews . It is a football stadium with a capacity over 30,000 that located in Birmingham, England. The owner of the club is David Gold. He is an English businessman. The current manager is Stephen Roger "Steve" Bruce . He previously played for such football clubs as: Gillingham, Norwich City, Manchester United, Sheffield United and Birmingham City.


The Blues were formed by a group of cricketers from Holy Church in Bordesley Green. The club had different names: Small Heath Alliance (1875-88), Small Heath (1888-05), Birmingham (1905-45). Eventually in 1945 it got the name of Birmingham City . The club was one of the founder member of the Football League Second Division .


Derby County Football Club. All Information for The Rams Fans


Derby County (also well-known as the Rams ) is an English football club based in Derby, England. The team is a current member of Premier League . The first home ground of the club was the Baseball Ground . In 1997 Pride Park Stadium became a new home. It is located in Pride Park business park on the outskirts of Derby. This football (soccer) stadium holds 33,597 spectators. Derby has plans to expand the capacity to 44,000 for the 2008–2009 season, subject to retaining their Premiership status. The chairman of the club is Adam Pearson and the manager is William McIntosh "Billy" Davies . Billy Davies is a former football player. He played in such clubs as: Rangers, IF Elsborg, St Mirren, Leicester City, Dunfermline Athletic and Motherwell.


In 1884 the club began it's life as an off-shoot of Derbyshire County Cricket Club. At first they wanted to name themselves Derbyshire County FC , but the local football association forced them to shorten the name and the team choosed " Derby County FC ". The Rams took part in the premier British football competition of that time: the FA Cup and became a founder member of the Football League in 1888. The clubs original colours were amber, chocolate and blue. In 1890 the traditional colours of the kit became black and white and they are still in use today.


Everton (The Toffees) Fan Site. All Details of The Blues Football Life


Everton Football Club is an English football club that currently plays in the Premier League . Everton is based in the city of Liverpool. The fans also call it: The Toffees , The Toffeemen , The Blues , The People's Club . The nicknames: " The Toffees " and " The Toffeemen " came from the name of "Mother Noblett's Toffee Shop" shop, which sold sweets and the Everton Mint, on match days. In such a way appeared the Toffee Lady tradition: a girl walks around the perimeter of the stadium before the start of a match throwing free Everton Mints into the crowd. The home ground of the club is Goodison Park that was built in 1892.


The present chairman of the club is Bill Kenwright . He is an actor and theatrical producer. The current manager is David William Moyes . He is a former player. He played for such football clubs as: Celtic (1980-1983), Cambridge United (1983-1985), Bristol City (1985-1987), Shrewsbury Town (1987-1990), Dunfermline Athletic (1990-1993), Hamilton Academical (1993), Preston North End (1993-1998). His career of a manager started from Preston North End (1998-2002).


Fulham Football Club. Go The Cottagers!


Fulham is an English football club that located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Fans also call it "The Cottagers" or "The Whites" . It was founded in 1879 by worshippers at the C of E church on Star Road as Fulham St Andrew's Church Sunday School. It is the oldest professional football team in London. In 2004 they celebrated their 125th anniversary. They currently play in the top tier of English football. The chairman of the club is Mohamed Abdel Moneim Fayed .He is an Egyptian businessman and billionaire and the owner of Harrods department store in Knightsbridge. The current manager is Lawrence Philip Sanchez . He is a former player, who played for such clubs as: Reading (1978–1984), Wimbledon (1984–1993), Swindon Town (1993–1994), Sligo Rovers (1994–1995). Before Fulham he was a manager of Sligo Rovers (1994–1995), Wycombe Wanderers (1999–2003), Northern Ireland (2004–2007).


Blackburn Rovers (Blues and Whites) Football Club General Information


Blackburn Rovers Football Club is situated in the town of Blackburn, Lancashire. It is an English Premier League football club that was one of the founder members of both the Football League and the Premier League . The Latin motto "Arte et labore" that is depicted on the club's badge literally means "by art and by labour", but Rovers translate it like "by skill and hard work". The team proved these words, winning the English F.A. Cup 3 times in 3 consecutive seasons. For this record they were awarded permission to display its club crest on the corner flags.


The club was formed in 1875 by John Lewis and Arthur Constantine. The first ground located at Oozehead. Today the home of Blackburn Rovers is Ewood Park or the Wood. It is the oldest football ground to a Premier League club. It was built and opened in 1890. The stadium is situated in Blackburn, Lancashire.


Wigan Athletic (The Latics) Football Club


Wigan Athletic Football Club is an English football club. It is also well-known as "The Latics" (a corruption of the word 'Athletic'). It is based in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. The current home ground is JJB Stadium (the second name is The JJB ). The stadium is named after its principal sponsor, the sporting goods retailer JJB Sports. It was opend on August 4, 1999 and it is also a home for Wigan Warriors rugby league club. The JJB located within the Robin Park Complex in Newtown, Wigan, Greater Manchester.


The owner of the club is David Whelan . He also owns JJB Stadium. Whelan is a former professional football player of Blackburn Rovers. The current manager is Stephen Roger "Steve" Bruce .


Wigan Athletic was formed in 1932 and it was the fifth attempt to stabilise a football club in the town. In 1978 Wigan Athletic were elected to Football League. They were promoted to the Football League Championship only in 2003 and to the Premiership in 2005. In 2006 they reached the League Cup final for the first time in their history.


The Arsenal Football Club Overview


Arsenal Football Club is a professional English football club that exists 121 years. It is also well-known as Arsenal , The Arsenal or The Gunners . The present director of Arsenal FC is Peter Hill-Wood . He is the third generation of his family to serve as Chairman of Arsenal, following his father, Denis Hill-Wood (1962 - 1982), and his grandfather, Samuel Hill-Wood (1929 - 1936 & 1946 - 1949).


The present coach is Wenger Arsène who is famous for becoming the only manager in FA Premier League history to go through the season without a loss in 2004, also he has won seven major honors at Arsenal (three league championships, four FA Cups) - more than any other Gunners coach. Arsenal remarkable for having won thirteen First Division and Premier League titles and ten FA Cups . No other club in the world had more players at the 2006 FIFA World Cup than Arsenal , who sent 16 players. Arsenal played 2,010 games at Highbury, won 1,196, drew 475 and lost 339.


Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Fan Web Resource


Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is an English professional football club that currently plays in the Premier League . Fans also call it "Spurs" or "Lilywhites" . The slogan of Spurs is "Audere est Facere" (from Latin: "To Dare is To Do"). The present home of the club is White Hart Lane . It is a stadium in Tottenham, the London Borough of Haringey. Supporters name it "The Lane" or "WHL" .


The club was formed in 1882 by schoolboys from the bible class at All Hallows Church. The first name given to the team was Hotspur (after Harry Hotspur ), but soon it became Tottenham Hotspur . Harry Hotspur was famous for his riding spurs and fighting cocks. This fact is depicted in the team's crest that is represented by a cockerel. Spurs turned professional before Christmas 1895. In the 20th century Tottenham Hotspur was the first team that achieved the League and FA Cup Double. A new record was set in 1963 when Lilywhites became the first British club to win t he European Cup Winners' Cup .


Liverpool Football Club Overview


Liverpool Football Club (also well-known as the Reds ) is an English professional football club that currently plays in the Premier League . It is situated in Liverpool, Merseyside. The home ground of the team is Anfield . It is a UEFA 4-star rated stadium with capacity of 45,362 all seated. Anfiel d is famous for its wonderful atmosphere and noise. The club want to built a new Stanley Park Stadium . They plan to open it in 2011. The capacity of the new stadium will be about 60,000. The present co-chairmen of the club are Tom Hicks and George Gillett .


Liverpool Football Club is the most successful club in the history of English football . It was formed in1892 by John Houlding. Through its history Liverpool won the First Division 18 times. Except this record they are the first English club that won five European Cups . Due to the professional manager Rafael Benítez Maudes, the club won UEFA Champions League and the European Super Cup . Liverpool also a founding member of the G-14 group of leading European football clubs.





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12:55 p.m. - 2007-09-27
So, what's the best way to watch live football?

Today we live in a time of mass media. The biggest value is given to the information. There are a lot of ways to get the necessary information. Among them are: newspapers and magazines,radio, television, internet or just gossips.

What method of getting the information is the best? I can say that it depends. For example, I'm a football fan, I kill my time at football forums and watch football whenever possible. I want to follow the game and score everywhere anytime. For this reason first of all I'll try to buy a ticket and watch football live from the plastic seat of the stadium. But sometimes the price for such pleasure is too high. So I'll watch football on TV. We have satellite channels that provide you with a full live football broadcast and even if you miss some games you can watch football live video recordings. So TV is a really useful thing, but it is not available all the time.

Let's speak about newspapers. We can see a fair amount of newspapers on the counter. The first task is to choose proper one that will contain all necessary information about football games. It is not as vivid as live football streaming on PC or laptop but still has the right to exist.

And the other way of getting the information are gossips:) From the gossips you'll know all football news, broadcasts and streams. But the authenticity of such kind of mass media depend on gossipers.


In the case when TV or newspapers are not available you can use you laptop or computer.


Today's technology level and the development of the Net enables everyone to watch live streaming football from a comfortable couch at home.

Watching football online is a very simple way to follow your favourite team and has the biggest advantage: live football on the web is available everywhere and anytime.

Almost all football streaming services promise you'll be able to watch live football on your pc immediately after joining.


Just get your login info for the member's area and watch live football on your pc. Web-sites provide access to all of the latest live streaming football and soccer feeds so you can catch the action online.

Internet has served the world as a source of unlimited data.

To watch Football Live and following your own fan club is the best thing you can do.

Being always able to watch live football feeds online allows you to follow your club and support it.

Watch all the big live football games from all the big leagues.

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