Who Am I Football Quiz 2021
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Who Am I Football Quiz Questions
1. Who are the six Liverpool Players who won BBC’s Goal of the Season Award?
2. Who was the first FIFA World Cup Winner to play for a Foreign Club at the time?
3. Who are the four players that scored the most goals for England while with Newcastle United?
5. Who are the six England Managers who won 20 or more Caps as England Players?
6. Who were the last six English FA Cup Winning Managers?
7. Who are the six players who scored Premier League Hat-Tricks with West Ham United?
8. Who are the six Bayern Munich players who won their second UEFA Champions League Medal against Paris Saint-Germain?
10. Who were the first eight players from outside the British & Irish Isles to win Football League Cup Medals?
11. Who were the ten players to score Premier League Hat-Tricks against Liverpool FC?
12. Who are the 12 players who made their Full England Debuts in 2020?
13. Wh0 are the four Scotsmen who were UEFA European Cup or Champions League Top Goalscorers.
14. Who are the four Scotsmen who won Chelsea’s Footballer of the Year Award?
15. Who are the three German Premier League Player of the Month Winners?
17. Who are the six players who won three or more England Caps with Crystal Palace?
18. Who are the nine Englishmen with UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks?
19. Who holds the record for the most Goals Scored in a UEFA Cup or Europa League Season?
20. Who were the 4 FIFA Puskás Award Winners from English Clubs.
Who Am I Football Quiz Answers
1. The six Liverpool Players who won BBC’s Goal of the Season Award are Terry McDermott (1976-77), Ray Kennedy (1978-79), John Aldridge (1987-88 & 1988-89), Dietmar Hamann (2003-04), Steven Gerrard (2005-06) and Emre Can (2016-17).
2. West Germany’s Günter Netzer is the first FIFA World Cup Winner to play for a Foreign Club at the time. Günter Netzer was playing for the Spanish Club – Real Madrid in Spain club at the time of FIFA World Cup 1974.
3. The four players who scored the most goals for England while with Newcastle United are Alan Shearer (20 Goals), Jackie Milburn (10 Goals), Michael Owen (8 Goals) and Malcolm Macdonald (6 Goals).
4. The six Youngest Players to make Premier League Debut Appearances for Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United & Tottenham Hotspur are ack Wilshere (Arsenal, 16 Years 256 Days), Jody Morris (Chelsea, 17 Years 43 Days), Jack Robinson (Liverpool, 16 Years 250 Days), Micah Richards (Manchester City, 17 Years 119 Days), Angel Gomés (Manchester United, 16 Years, 263 Days) and Stephen Carr (Tottenham Hotspur, 17 Years, 27 Days).
5. The six England Managers who won 20 or more Caps as England Players are Stuart Pearce (78 Caps), Kevin Keegan (63 Caps), Gareth Southgate (57 Caps), Glenn Hoddle (53 Caps), Alf Ramsey (32 Caps), Bobby Robson (20 Caps), Don Revie (6 Caps), Joe Mercer (5 Caps), Peter Taylor (4 Caps) and Terry Venables (2 Caps).
6. The last six English FA Cup Winning Managers are Harry Redknapp (2008 Portsmouth), Joe Royle (1995 Everton), Terry Venables (1991 Tottenham Hotspur), Bobby Gould (1988 Wimbledon) John Sillett (1987 Coventry City) and Ron Atkinson (1985 Manchester United).
7. The six players who scored Premier League Hat-Tricks with West Ham United are Tony Cottee (1994 Manchester City), Paul Kitson (1997 Sheffield Wednesday & 2001 Charlton Athletic), Marlon Harewood (2005 Aston Villa), Kevin Nolan (2013 Reading), Andy Carroll (2016 Arsenal) and Michail Antonio (2020 Norwich City).
8. The six Bayern Munich players who won their second UEFA Champions League Medal against Paris Saint-Germain are 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).
10. The first eight players from outside the British & Irish Isles to win Football League Cup Medals are Bruce Grobbelaar (1982 Zimbabwe & Liverpool), Craig Johnston (1984 Australia & Liverpool), Dennis van Wijk (1985 Netherlands & Norwich City), Roland Nilsson (1991 Sweden & Sheffield Wednesday), John Harkes (1991 United States & Sheffield Wednesday), Peter Schmeichel (1992 Denmark & Manchester United), Andrei Kanchelskis (1992 CIS / Russia & Manchester United) and Stig Inge Bjørnebye (1995 Norway & Liverpool).
11. The ten players who scored Premier League Hat-Tricks against Liverpool FC are Thierry Henry (Arsenal), Andrei Arshavin (4 Goals Arsenal), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa), Kevin Lisbie (Charlton Athletic), Peter Ndlovu (Coventry City), Mark Viduka (4 Goals Leeds United), Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United), Fabrizio Ravanelli (Middlesbrough), Andrew Cole (Newcastle United) and Matthew Le Tissier (Southampton).
13. The four Scotsmen who were UEFA European Cup or Champions League Top Goalscorers are Denis Law (1968-69 Manchester United, 9 Goals), Lou Macari (1971-72 Celtic, 5 Goals), Graeme Souness (1980-81 Liverpool, 6 Goals) and Ally McCoist (1987-88 Rangers, 4 Goals).
14. The four Scotsmen who won Chelsea’s Footballer of the Year Award are Charlie Cooke (1968 & 1975), Pat Nevin (1984 & 1987), David Speedie (1985) and Steve Clarke (1994).
16. The 14 players who appeared for both Liverpool & Manchester City (until 2020-21) in the Premier League are Nicolas Anelka, Mario Balotelli, Craig Bellamy, Nigel Clough, Robbie Fowler, Didi Hamann, David James, Mark Kennedy, Steve McManaman, James Milner, Albert Riera, Raheem Sterling, Daniel Sturridge and Kolo Toure.
17. The six players who won three or more England Caps with Crystal Palace are Kenny Sansom (9 Caps), Geoff Thomas (9 Caps), John Salako (5 Caps), Peter Taylor (4 Caps), Ian Wright (4 Caps) and Nigel Martyn (3 Caps).
England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2020.
18. The nine Englishmen with UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks are Mike Newell (Blackburn Rovers 4-1 Rosenborg), Andy Cole (Manchester United 3-1 Feyenoord & Manchester United 5-1 Anderlecht), Michael Owen (Liverpool 3-1 Spartak Moscow & Manchester United 3-1 Wolfsburg), Alan Shearer (Newcastle United 3-1 Bayer Leverkusen), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United 6-2 Fenerbahçe), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal 4-1 Galatasaray), Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 APOEL), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta) and Marcus Rashford (Manchester United 5-0 RB Leipzig).
19. Radamel Falcao with FC Porto during UCL Season 2010-11 holds the record for the most Goals Scored (17 Goals Scored) in a European Cup and Champions League .
20. The 4 FIFA Puskás Award Winners from English Clubs are Cristiano Ronaldo (2009 Manchester United v FC Porto), Olivier Giroud (2017 Arsenal v Crystal Palace), Mohamed Salah (2018 Liverpool v Everton) and Heung-min Son (2020 Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley).