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In what year did the Heysel Stadium disaster occur?
1985 - Thirty-nine fans were killed and six hundred injured when a wall gave way.
The Juventus play for which country?
Italy - The Juventus Football Club plays out of Turin.
The "Football (Soccer) War" was between El Salvador and which
Honduras - This war was sparked by a qualifying match between these two nations.
Which country is home to the Haarlem Football Club?
d. The Netherlands
The Netherlands - This club was founded in 1889.
In which Russian city were 340 fans killed during a soccer
c. St. Petersburg
Moscow - The number of people killed is disputed. Russian authorities claim only 61 people were killed.
Nilton Santos played for which country?
Brazil - Nilton was a defender.
Which of these great players comes from Croatia?
a. Elias Figuerora
b. Gordon Banks
c. Davor Suker
d. Brian Laudrup
Davor Suker - Brain Laudrup was from Denmark.
What position did the great David Beckham play?
Midfielder - David Beckham was from Great Britain.
What is the name of the stadium located in Katmandu?
a. Estadio Azteca
b. Signal Iduna Park
c. Dasarath Stadium
d. Basra Sports
Dasarath Stadium - This stadium can hold 25, 000 fans.
As of 2013, which of these stadiums can hold the most fans?
a. Borg El Arab Stadium
b. ANZ Stadium
c. Salt Lake Stadium
d. Camp Nou
Salt Lake Stadium - Salt Lake Stadium can hold 120, 000 fans.
Camp Nou Stadium is located in which country?
d. South Africa
Spain - This enormous stadium can hold over 99, 000 people.
How many refs are there in an official soccer match?
1 - There is one center ref and two assistant referees.
Where is FIFA headquarters?
Zurich - The official FIFA building was completed in 2006.
Which country won the gold medal in men's soccer at the 2012
Summer Olympic Games?
a. United States
Mexico - Brazil won the silver medal.
What caused the stadium disaster at the Valley Parade Stadium?
Fire - A fire was started by a cigarette. Hundreds were injured and fifty-six people died during the
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