European Championship Qualifying

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1990–91 In English Football - Diary of The Season
10 July 1990 – FIFA confirms that English clubs will be re-admitted to European competitions after a five-year ban ... Manchester United, last season's FA Cup winners, will enter the European Cup Winners' Cup ... There will be no English representation in the European Cup, as league champions Liverpool will serve an extra year of the ban as a result of the ...
1895 In Sports - Cricket
... May) County Championship expands from 9 to 14 teams with the restoration of Derbyshire and Hampshire and the introduction of Essex, Leicestershire and Warwickshire Inaugural Minor Counties ...
Belarus Women's National Football Team - History
... Belarus first appeared in a FIFA/UEFA qualification stage in the 1997 European Championship, where it was paired with the Czech Republic, Poland and Estonia ... In the 1999 World Cup qualifying Belarus was ranked in Class B, with no qualifying options, together with Poland, Ireland and Wales ... In the 2001 European Championship qualifying, again in Class B, Belarus beat Estonia 4–1 and 0–7, Israel 0–5 and 1–0 and Slovakia 1–0, and tied 1–1 in Romania ...
2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship
... The 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship was held in the cities of Lima, Trujillo, Chiclayo, Piura and Iquitos in Peru between 16 September and 2 October 2005 ... by 3-0 in the final, making it the first U-17 Championship for Mexico ...
England National Football Team Records - Goals
... May 1970 Most goals in competitive matches Michael Owen, 26, (World Cup, European Championship and qualifiers), 22 June 1998 – 12 September 2007 Most goals in a match Howard Vaughton, Steve Bloomer, Willie ... Poland Most goals in a single World Cup qualifying match Jack Rowley, 4, 15 October 1949, 9-2 vs ... Chile First goal in a World Cup qualifying campaign Stan Mortensen, 15 October 1949, 4-1 vs ...

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