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  • 31st August 2020:
    Q: Which six Danes made the most Premier League Appearances?

    A: Thomas Sørensen​ (364), Peter Schmeichel (310), Christian Eriksen (226), Kasper Schmeichel (209), Daniel Agger (175) and Claus Jensen (157).
    Table of all 2,288 Foreign Players in the Premier League from Season 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Danish PL Appearances
  • 30th August 2020:
    Q: Which five players scored six or more goals for England while with Everton FC?

    A: William “Dixie” Dean (18 Goals), Gary Lineker (9 Goals), Wayne Rooney (9 Goals), Alan Ball (6 Goals) and Tommy Lawton (6 Goals).
    England Goalscorers by Club Affiliation 1872-2020.

    Everton FC England Goalscorers
  • 29th August 2020:
    Q: Which eight players have worn Tottenham Hotspur’s Number Five Shirt during the Premier League Era?

    A: Colin Calderwood (1993-99), Sol Campbell (1999-2001), Goren Bunjevcevic (2001-05), Edgar Davids (2005-07), Younes Kaboul (2007-08), David Bentley (2008-11), Jan Vertonghen (2012-20) and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (2020-21).
    Tottenham Hotspur FC Premier League Players’ Squad Numbers 1993-94 to 2020-21.

    Tottenham Hotspur Number Five
  • 28th August 2020:
    Q: How many times have Arsenal & Liverpool played each other in the FA Charity or Community Shield?

    A: Four Times: 1979 (Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal), 1989 (Liverpool 1-0 Arsenal), 2002 (Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool) and 2020 (29th August at Wembley Stadium).
    FA Charity & Community Shield 1908 to 2020.

    Arsenal v Liverpool Charity Shield
  • 27th August 2020:
    Q: Which six players have scored the most All-Time Premier League Penalties?

    A: Frank Lampard​ (32), Steven Gerrard (29), Mark Noble (27), Sergio Agüero (26), Wayne Rooney (23) and Luka Milivojevic (21).
    All-Time Premier League Penalties Awarded for Seasons 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Premier League Penalties
  • 26th August 2020:
    Q: Which five players from Iceland made over 100 Premier League Appearances?

    A: Hermann Hreidarsson (332), Gylfi Sigurdsson (282), Eidur Gudjohnsen (211), Gudni Bergsson (135) and Grétar Steinsson (126).
    Foreign Players in the Premier League from Season 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Iceland PL Players
  • 25th August 2020:
    Q: Which six Bayern Munich players won their second UEFA Champions League Medal against Paris Saint-Germain?

    A: Thiago (Barcelona 2011, Bayern 2020), Manuel Neuer (Bayern 2013 & 2020), Thomas Müller (Bayern 2013 & 2020), Javi Martínez (Bayern 2013 & 2020), David Alaba (Bayern 2013 & 2020) and Jérôme Boateng (Bayern 2013 & 2020).
    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956 to 2020.

    Bayern Munich Double Champions League Winners
  • 24th August 2020:
    Q: How many players from CONCACAF (North & Central America & Caribbean) won UEFA Champions League Medals?

    A: Seven Players: Rafael Márquez​ (Mexico & Barcelona 2006 & 2009), Jonathan dos Santos (Mexico & Barcelona 2011), Keylor Navas (Costa Rica & Real Madrid 2016, 2017 & 2018), Alphonso Davies (Canada & Bayern Munich 2020), Mariano Díaz Mejía (Dominican Republic & Real Madrid 2017), Dwight Yorke (Trinidad and Tobago & Manchester United 1999) and Jovan Kirovski (United States & Borussia Dortmund 1997).
    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956 to 2020.

    CONCACAF Champions League Winners
  • 23rd August 2020:
    Q: Which five UEFA European Cup or Champions League Final matches produced six goals or more?

    A: 1960 Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (10 Goals), 1962 Benfica 5-3 Real Madrid (8 Goals), 1956 Real Madrid 4-3 Rheims (7 Goals), 1974 Bayern Munich 1-1, 4-0 Atletico Madrid (6 Goals) and 2005 Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan (6 Goals).
    UEFA European Cup & UEFA Champions League Finals 1955-56 to 2019-20.

    Highest Scoring European Cup & Champions League Finals
  • 22nd August 2020:
    Q: Which two Leeds United players were English Top Flight Highest Goalscorers?

    A: John Charles (38 Goals 1956-57) and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (18 Goals 1998-99).
    All-Time English Football Top Flight Highest Goalscorers by Seasons 1888-89 to 2019-20.

    Leeds United Top Flight Highest Goalscorers
  • 21st August 2020:
    Q: Which six Clubs reached two or more UEFA Cup or Europa League Finals but never won the Competition?

    A: Benfica (3 1983, 2013 & 2014), Olympique de Marseille (3 1999, 2014 & 2018), Athletic Bilbao (2 1977 & 2012), Espanyol (2 1988 & 2007), Borussia Dortmund (2 1993 & 2002) and Arsenal (2 2000 & 2019).
    UEFA Cup Finals 1971-72 to 2008-09 & Europa League Finals 2009-10 to 2019-20.

    Losing UEFA Cup & Europa League Clubs
  • 20th August 2020:
    Q: Which three Countries had Clubs who played in UEFA European Cup or Champions League Finals but never won the competition?

    A: Greece (Panathinaikos 1971), Belgium (Club Brugge KV 1978) and Sweden (Malmö FF 1979).
    UEFA European Cup & UEFA Champions League Finals 1955-56 to 2019-20.

    Losing European Cup Nations
  • 19th August 2020:
    Q: How many UEFA Champions League Winning Clubs failed to win the UEFA European Cup?

    A: Three: Olympique Marseille (1993), Borussia Dortmund (1997) and Chelsea (2012).
    UEFA European Cup & UEFA Champions League Finals 1955-56 to 2019-20.

    Champions League Winners
  • 18th August 2020:
    Q: Which nine British Players won three or more UEFA European Cup or Champions League Medals?

    A: Phil Neal (4 England), Gareth Bale (4 Wales), Jimmy Case (3 England), Ray Kennedy (3 England), Terry McDermott (3 England), Ray Clemence (3 England), Kenny Dalglish (3 Scotland), Graeme Souness (3 Scotland) and Alan Hansen (3 Scotland).
    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956 to 2020.

    British Champions League Winners
  • 17th August 2020:
    Q: Which four Inter Milan players participated in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals?

    A: Miranda (Brazil), Matías Vecino (Uruguay), Marcelo Brozović (Croatia) and Ivan Perišić (Croatia).
    FIFA World Cup Finals 2018 Player Details with Club & National League Affiliations.

    Inter Milan players World Cup 2018
  • 16th August 2020:
    Q: Which two Shakhtar Donetsk players participated in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals?

  • 15th August 2020:
    Q: Which six players scored 50 or more Premier League Goals for Manchester City?

    A: Sergio Agüero (180 Goals), Raheem Sterling (68 Goals), Yaya Touré (62 Goals), David Silva (60 Goals), Carlos Tevez (58 Goals) and Edin Džeko (50 Goals).
    Manchester City Premier League Goalscorers 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Manchester City Top PL Goalscorers
  • 14th August 2020:
    Q: Which seven Bayern Munich players were in Germany’s 2018 FIFA World Cup Squad?

    A: Manuel Neuer​, Mats Hummels, Thomas Müller, Niklas Süle, Jérôme Boateng, Joshua Kimmich and Sebastian Rudy.
    FIFA World Cup Finals 2018 Player Details with Club & National League Affiliations.

    Bayern Munich German Players 2018 World Cup
  • 13th August 2020:
    Q: Who holds the record for Managing the most Premier League Clubs?

    A: Sam Allardyce​ managed seven Premier League Clubs: Bolton Wanderers (190 Games), Newcastle United (21 Games), Blackburn Rovers (76 Games), West Ham United (114 Games), Sunderland (30 Games), Crystal Palace (21 Games) and Everton (24 Games).
    Premier League Managers 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Sam Allardyce Premier League Clubs
  • 12th August 2020:
    Q: Which seven men have won the UEFA European Cup or Champions League as both Player and Manager?

    A: Miguel Muñoz, Giovanni Trapattoni, Johan Cruyff, Carlo Ancelotti, Frank Rijkaard, Pep Guardiola and Zinedine Zidane.
    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Winning Managers.

    Champions League Winning Managers & Players
  • 11th August 2020:
    Q: How many of the 49 Clubs who have played in the Premier League have Birds on their Badges?

    A: 15 of the 49 Premier League Clubs have Birds on their Badges: Blackpool (Seagull), Bradford City (Bantam Cock), Brighton & Hove Albion (Seagull), Burnley (Stork), Cardiff City (Bluebird), Crystal Palace (Eagle), Liverpool (Liver Bird), Norwich City (Canary), Oldham Athletic (Owl), Sheffield Wednesday (Owl), Swansea City (Swan), Swindon Town (Robin), Tottenham Hotspur (Cockerel), West Bromwich Albion (Throstle), Wimbledon (Eagle).
    English Premier League​ 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Champions League Winning Managers & Players
  • 10th August 2020:
    Q: Which six Turkish Clubs played in the UEFA Champions League Group Stages?

    A: Galatasaray​ (16 times), Beşiktaş (7 times), Fenerbahçe (6 times), Bursaspor (2010-11), Trabzonspor (2011-12) and İstanbul Başakşehir (2020-21).
    UEFA Champions League Progress Chart for the Last 32 (Group Stage) Clubs from 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Turkish UEFA Champions League Clubs
  • 9th August 2020:
    Q: Who were the last six Englishmen to win Arsenal FC’s Player of the Season Award?

    A: Jack Wilshere​ (2011), Nigel Winterburn (1999), Ray Parlour (1998), Martin Keown (1996), David Seaman (1995) and Tony Adams (1994).
    Arsenal FC Player of the Year Award Winners 1967-2020.

    Arsenal Player of the Season
  • 8th August 2020:
    Q: Who were the five UEFA European Cup Highest Goalscorers with Benfica?

    A: José Águas​ (1960-61), José Augusto Torres (1964-65), Eusébio (1964-65, 1965-66 & 1967-68), Rui Águas (1987-88) and Sergei Yuran (1991-92).
    UEFA European Cup & UEFA Champions League Top Goalscorers.

    Benfica European Cup Top Goalscorers
  • 7th August 2020:
    Q: Which five Premier League Player of the Month Winners were from West Ham United?

    A: Stuart Pearce​ (February 2001), Anton Ferdinand (January 2006), Scott Parker (February 2011), Diafra Sakho (October 2014) and Michail Antonio (July 2020).
    Premier League Player of the Month Awards August 1994 to July 2020.

    West Ham United PL Player of the Month
  • 6th August 2020:
    Q: Which seven Premier League Manager of the Month Winners were from Southampton FC?

    A: Dave Merrington​ (April 1996), Graeme Souness (October 1996 & April 1997), Gordon Strachan (January 202 & December 2002), Harry Redknapp (March 2005), Mauricio Pochettino (October 2013), Ronald Koeman (September 2014, January 2015 & January 2016) and Ralph Hasenhuttl (July 2020).
    Premier League Manager of the Month Awards August 1993 to July 2020.

    Southampton PL Manager of the Month
  • 5th August 2020:
    Q: How many Clubs who have played in the Football League had “Ford” in their names?

    A: Seven Clubs: Bradford City, Bradford Park Avenue, Brentford, Hereford United, Oxford United, Salford City and Watford.
    Football League Alphabetical Club Positions from Season 1888-89 to 2020-21.

    League Clubs with
  • 4th August 2020:
    Q: Which eight players made 150 or more Premier League Appearances for Fulham FC?

    A: Brede Hangeland​ (217), Aaron Hughes (196), Clint Dempsey (189), Steed Malbranque (172), Mark Schwarzer (172), Danny Murphy (169), Luis Boa Morte (166) and Zat Knight (150).
    Fulham FC Top 100 Premier League Appearances 2001-02 to 2018-19.

    Fulham Top PL Appearances
  • 3rd August 2020:
    Q: Which six Clubs were the last to join the Football League for the first time?

    A: Harrogate Town (2020-21), Salford City (2019-20), Forest Green Rovers (2017-18), Fleetwood Town (2012-13), AFC Wimbledon (2011-12) and Crawley Town (2011-12).
    Football League Chronological Club Positions from Season 1888-89 to 2020-21.

    Newest Football League Clubs
  • 2nd August 2020:
    Q: Who were the last seven men to win the FA Cup as both Players and Managers?

    A: Kenny Dalglish (Player 1986, Manager 1986 & 1989), Bobby Gould (Player 1980, Manager 1988), Terry Venables (Player 1967, Manager 1991), George Graham (Player 1971, Manager 1993), Gianluca Vialli (Player 1997, Manager 2000), Roberto di Matteo (Player 1997 & 2000, Manager 2012) and Mikel Arteta (Player 2014 & 2015, Manager 2020).
    FA Cup Winning Managers 1871-72 to 2019-20.

    FA Cup Winning Players & Managers
  • 1st August 2020:
    Q: Which eight Clubs outside the Top Flight won FA Cup Finals from 1888-89 onward?

    A: Notts County (1894), Tottenham Hotspur (Southern League 1901), Wolverhampton Wanderers (1908), Barnsley (1912), West Bromwich Albion (1931), Sunderland (1973), Southampton (1976) and West Ham United (1980).
    FA Cup Finals 1871-72 to 2019-20.

    Non Top Flight FA Cup Winners

Premier League Top Scorers

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