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French people and football (photos)

France fooball players (USFSA) at the Olympic Games in Paris, 1900

Racing Club de France, Paris 1921

Netherlands - France, Amsterdam 1923

French national team on the way to Montevideo in 1930

France at the first World Cup, 1930

Lucien Laurent, the guy who scored the first goal in history of the World Cup, in July 13, 1930 in a duel between France and Mexico in Montevideo

FC Sète - Olympique de Marseille 2:1, captains Ivan Bek and Jean Boyer, 1934 Coupe de France Final

FC Sète, 1930s

Olympique de Marseille (?), 1935

Red Star Paris - Juventus, Parc des Princes 1935

Italy - France, 1938 World Cup. Captains Giuseppe Meazza and Étienne Mattler.

Stade Municipal Le Havre, 1938 World Cup (Czechoslovakia - Netherlands)

Parc des Princes, 1938 World Cup


A football match between British soldiers and a local team from Courseullers-de-Mer, near the coast in the Normandy region, July 1944

Toulouse FC with its mascot, 1953. The club was founded in 1937, and disbanded 40 years later.

Soviet Union - France 2:2, 23 October 1955 in Moscow

The first European Cup final, Stade de Reims - Real Madrid 3:4, Paris 1956

France - Iceland, 1957

Just Fontaine, 1958

France - Germany, 1958

France fans in a match against Yugoslavia at the 1958 World Cup

An interesting shot from the final match of the Coupe de France in Paris, 1959
Le Havre - FC Sochaux

Just Fontaine and Simon, 1960

Raymond Kopa, 1962

Raymond Kopa, legend of the French national team and Stade de Reims, circa 1964

Captain of Olympique Lyonnais, Aimé Mignot, presents his teammates to the Prime Minister of France, Georges Pompidou, before the begining of the Final Cup match against Bordeaux at the Columbus Stadium in Paris, 1964 

Yugoslavia - France 1: 0, Ivica Osim and Paul Sauvage, 1965

France - USSR, 1967

During the big demonstrations in France in May 1968, a group of footballers occupied the premises of the French Football Association for six days, the same way as workers occupied their factories, demanding primarily for football to be returned to the footballers

Youri's father, Jean Djorkaeff, 1960s

In the summer of 1970, Paris Saint-Germain was formed. The photo shows the initiators of the project, board members and the club's first captain Jean Djorkaeff

Saint-Étienne footballers, Robert Herbin, Ivan Ćurković and Partick Parizon visiting the coal mine in the town with the same name, during which they went deep into the pit. Saint-Étienne, 1972

Marseille (Jairzinho) - PSG, 1975 

Eric Cantona, 1985

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Old colorized photos from the UK football fields (part 2)

Royal Engineers, the finalist of the first FA Cup 1872

Darwen FC, 1879

Aston Villa, 1887

Newton Heath LYR or Manchester United, 1888

England, 1889

WBA, 1892

England, 1893

Newcastle United, 1893

Chorley F.C. goalkeeper Archie Pinnell, 1890s

Sheffield Wendesdey - Sheffield United, 1896

Barnet in interesting kits color, 1896/97

Sheffield United, circa 1900

Chelsea 1905/06

Manchester United captain Charlie Rober, 1912

Danish Nils Middelboe, Chelsea 1914

Burnley - Liverpool 1:0, 1914 FA Cup Final at Crystal Palace

Notts County 1914/15

White Hart Lane, 1920s

England - Scotland at Highbury, 1923

Arsenal - Newcastle, 1923 FA Cup

Bolton - West Ham, 1923 FA Cup Final

Newcastle United, 1924 FA Cup winner

Reading, 1926/27

Upton Park, 1930

England - Spain, December 1931 on Highbury

Dixie Dean and Ricardo Zamora, Goodison Park 1931

West Ham - Birmingham, FA Cup 1933

Ipswich Town - Aston Villa, 1939 FA Cup

Chorley Football Club, year unknown (probably before WWI)

Bombed St. Andrew's stadium, Birmingham 1942

England - Scotland, wartime 1943

Arsenal fans before the game with Dynamo Moscow on White Hart Lane, 1945

Soviets at Inbox, 1945

1948 FA Cup final, Blackpool - Manchester United

Sweden - Yugoslavia at Wembley, Olympic games Final 1948

Wolwerhampton - Honved, Molineux 1954

Chelsea forward Roy Bentley, 1955

Ticket sale on Maine Road, before Manchester Citys 1955 FA Cup game

Newcastle United FA Cup Winner, 1955

England - Brazil (4:2), for the first time in history, May 1956

Millwall - Newcastle United, The Den 1957

Creaven Cottage, 1958

Bobby Robson, Fulham 1950s

Fulham legend Jimmy Hill, 1960

Alfredo Di Stefano, Real Madrid - Eintracht Frankfurt 7:3, EC Final 1960, at Hampden Park (attedence 127.000)

West Ham United - Preston North End, FA Cup final, 1964

Peter Bonneti, 1965

Pele's training at Bolton, World Cup 1966

Everton - Crystal Palace, Goodison Park 1969

Manchester City fan, 1970s

Norwich City celebrate, 1972

Chelsea reserves at Stamford Bridge, 1979

,,Every picture tells a story"
Chelsea - Newcastle 6:0, 1980/81

Petar Borota, Chelsea (1979-1982)

Joe Corrigan (Manchester City), 1980s