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|Human Table Football (Human Foosball) is a totally unique and unusual Game! It's giant inflatable version of the popular pub table football game. A soft football is used and it is suitable for all abilities and ages. The team sizes can range from 5 to 8 a side. The hands will be tied to bars which prevent you from moving forwards or backwards but you can move from side to side.|
|In this stadium, on 15th May, 1910, the Football/Soccer Italian National Team played its first game with the blue color... what it is now the official "maglia azzurra".|
Italy won that game 6-2 against France!
Now it is used for American Football Games, Concerts and important events in Milan.
|Cardinal Langley High School - Middleton, Greater Manchester.|
Very close to the school is a football game being played - see http://www.googleearthhacks.com/dlfile15506/Football-Game.htm
Maybe Paul has played there?
|This game is very popular in the Alp countries. It's played in summer as well as winter. These people are playing in a park in Munich.||09/13/2006||320|
|Gamla Ullevi meaning Old Ullevi, named Ullevi until 1958 when Nya Ullevi was built, was a football stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden. It was built in 1915-1916 opened on 17 September 1916 with the game IFK Göteborg-AB København (2-2) and the later years, it had a capacity of 15,000–18,000 depending on usage.|
The record attendance is 32,357 and was set 2 May 1957, when Örgryte IS play...
|Mensch ärgere dich nicht is a German board game (but not a German-style board game), by Joseph Friedrich Schmidt (1907/1908). The game was issued in 1914 and sold about 60 million copies. It is a Cross and Circle game, similar to the Indian game Pachisi, the American game Parcheesi, and the English game Ludo, though as with Ludo the circle is collapsed onto the cross. There is a computer adapta...||07/21/2006||519|
|Three Rivers Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1970 to 2000. It was home to the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Pittsburgh Steelers, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise and National Football League (NFL) franchise respectively.|
Built as a replacement to Forbes Field, which opened in 1909, the US$55 million multi-purpose was desig...
|One of America's great stadiums is the home of Rice Owls Football. |
Rice Stadium has proved to be the master of time. It is still recognized as the best stadium in which to watch a football game in Texas. The stadium seats 70,000 fans, a tribute to a university with only 2,600 undergraduate students.
|This is the site of the 2006 Canadian College football championship game. Called the Vanier Cup||11/08/2006||269|
|FedExField (originally Jack Kent Cooke Stadium) is a football stadium located in Landover, an unincorporated community near the Capital Beltway (I-495) in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States near the site of the old Capital Centre later called USAir Arena. FedExField is the home of the Washington Redskins football team and is the largest stadium in the National Football League, seat...||08/21/2007||691|
|Football Golf is the new popular sport for all the family, a combination of football and golf that everyone can play. It is exciting and challenging, and brings out the winner instinct that some of us thought was lost for ever. What makes the game a lot of fun is that a person who has never played football can beat an experienced footballer. Women and children can easily beat an over-confident ...||09/28/2010||926|
|The Highfield Road Stadium was a football stadium in the city of Coventry, England. It was the home ground for Coventry City F.C. until the club moved to the new Ricoh Arena after the 2004-05 season. It was built in 1899 in the Hillfields district, close to the city centre, and staged its final game on 30 April 2005 when Coventry City beat Derby County 6-2 in the Football League Championship wi...||10/03/2009||195|
|An exciting game played during the event became tagged 'The Immortal Game'. The opponents were Adolf Anderssen, the eventual winner of the tournament, and Lionel Kieseritsky. If Pyrrhus, son of Achilles, had not already given his name to a type of battle in which victory was gained despite incurring heavy losses, then we might today have used the name of Anderssen with the same meaning, for he ...||12/02/2011||749|