Football Pub Quiz Questions
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Football Pub Quiz Questions
1. Which six German Players won Premier League Winners Medals?
2. Which three players scored over 300 English Top Flight goals?
3. Which four South Americans played in World Cup Finals while with Manchester United?
6. Who was the first manager to win the Football League Cup?
8. Which four Canadians played for London clubs in the Premier League?
9. Which three players scored Premier League hat-tricks for Sunderland?
10. Which five players won England caps while with German clubs?
11. David Webb, Glenn Hoddle, Graham Rix, Ray Wilkins, Eddie Newton and Frank Lampard.
12. Who were the three Leicester City players to appear for England at FIFA World Cup Finals?
13. Which four companies sponsored Leicester City’s Premier League shirts?
14. Who were the last three men to win the FA Cup as both player & manager?
15. Which four Scotsmen each made over 300 Premier League appearances? Premier League appearances
16. Which two Venezuelans have played in the Premier League? Premier League Foreign Players
17. Which three clubs did Robbie Keane score Premier League hat-tricks against?
20. Which is the only Club to have won the Football League Top Flight Title never to have played in the Premier League?
Football Pub Quiz Answers
1. Robert Huth (2004–05, 2005–06, 2015–16), İlkay Gündoğan (2017–18, 2018-19), Leroy Sané (2017–18, 2018-19), Jens Lehmann (2003-04), Michael Ballack (2009-10) and André Schürrle (2014-15).
2. Jimmy Greaves (357 goals), Steve Bloomer (317 goals) and William ‘Dixie’ Dean (310 goals).
3. Diego Forlán (Uruguay 2002), Juan Sebastián Verón (Argentina 2002), Gabriel Heinze (Argentina 2006), Antonio Valencia (Ecuador 2014) and Marcos Rojo (Argentina 2018)
4. Joe Mercer (Aston Villa 1961 & Manchester City 1970), Ron Atkinson (Sheffield Wednesday 1991 & Aston Villa 1994) and George Graham (Arsenal 1987, 1993 & Tottenham Hotspur 1999).
5. Frank Lapard (October 2019), Antonio Conte (December 2016, November 2016, October 2016), Rafael Benítez (April 2013), Carlo Ancelotti (April 2011, March 2011, August 2010 & November 2009) and Avram Grant (April 2008).
RSC Anderlecht (34 titles), FC Brugge (15 titles), Union St-Gilloise (11 titles), and Standard Liege (10 titles).
8. Craig Forrest (Chelsea & West Ham United), Junior Hoilett (Queens Park Rangers), Tomasz Radzinski (Fulham) and Paul Stalteri (Tottenham Hotspur & Fulham).
9. Kevin Phillips (Derby County & Bradford City), Darren Bent (Bolton Wanderers), Adam Johnson (Fulham) and Jermain Defoe (Swansea City)
10. Owen Hargreaves (34 caps Bayern Munich), Kevin Keegan (25 caps SV Hamburg), Tony Woodcock (16 caps 1.FC Koln) and David Watson (2 caps Werder Bremen) and Jadon Sancho (11 caps, Borussia Dortmund).
11. Which six Englishmen have managed Chelsea in the Premier League?
12. Harry Maguire (2018 World Cup Final), Jamie Vardy (2018 World Cup final) and Gordon Banks (1962 & 1966 World Cup Finals).
13. Walkers (1994-2001), LG (2001-02), Alliance Leicester (2003-04) and King Power (2014-20).
14. Terry Venables, George Graham and Gianluca Vialli.
15. Darren Fletcher (341 appearances) Gary McAllister (325 appearances), Paul Telfer (319 appearances) and James Morrison (311 appearances).
16. Fernando Amorebieta (Fulham) and José Salomón Rondón (West Bromwich Albion and Newcastle United).
17. Everton (January 2003), Wolverhampton Wanderers (December 2003) and Burnley (September 2009).
18. Vincent Kompany (Manchester City 2011-12, 2013-14, 2017-18 & 2018-19 ), Thibaut Courtois (Chelsea 2014-15, 2016-17) and Eden Hazard (Chelsea 2014-15, 2016-17), Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City 2017-18 & 2018-19 ), Ritchie De Laet (Leicester City 2015-16) and Michy (Chelsea 2016-17).
19. Bayern Munich (29 times), 1. FC Nürnberg (9 times), Borussia Dortmund (8 times), Schalke 04 (7 times), Hamburger SV (6 times), VfB Stuttgart (5 times) and Borussia Mönchengladbach (5 times).
20. Preston North End won the first two Football League Titles in 1888-89 and 1889-90 but have never played in the Premier League.