John 3, verses 16 and 17:

For God so loved the world the He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save him the world through him.

 

 

Do you have questions about the meaning of life and what it's all about or you're just searching? Why not visit the following website for further information.

 

Next English Unofficial Football Club Championship game:

 

versus

 

EUFCC match no.5630
ContendersBrighton & Hove Albion versus Swansea City
DateSaturday 24 February 2018
VenueAmerican Express Community Stadium, Brighton
CompetitionFA Premier League

Last EUFCC meeting

EUFCC match no. 2816

Brighton & Hove Albion 2-2 Swansea Town

Saturday 26 August 1961

Goldstone Ground, Brighton

Football League Division Two

Attendance: 16,078

EUFCC head-to-head

Swansea City wins: 0

Brighton & Hove Albion wins: 0

Draws: 1

All-time head-to-head

Swansea City wins

Draws

Brighton & Hove Albion

wins

League232212
FA Cup101
League Cup101
Other101
TOTAL262215

 

Can you help advance the full world version? The next stage of the journey has lead us into Yugoslavia. We are requiring the league results for the 3rd tier and the remaining cup results for the 1967-68 season. Any information and assistance will be gratefully received!

 

 

Previous English Unofficial Football Club Championship game:

 

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EUFCC match no.5629
ContendersSheffield Wednesday versus Swansea City
DateSaturday 17 February 2018
VenueHillsborough, Sheffield
CompetitionFA Cup 5th round

 

Ever since finding a copy of 'Football League Records 1889 to present' (published by Collins in 1978) in my local library at the tender age of 10 years old, I've always been interested in the ups and downs of football clubs and the history of the English and Scottish clubs. This was compounded with finding publications of the 'Guinness Book of Soccer Facts and Feats' in the local libraries:

 

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...and since then it has always a burning ambition to have some sort of publication and now an internet site where interesting facts could be found.

 

Since the Unofficial World Football Champions was reviewed in FourFourTwo magazine in 2004 the aim was to start a new website with the results of a whole bunch of research which I'd done on the unofficial club champions - both the world and English version. The full results are still being obtained - the world version is now in 1966 with the English version up to the present day.

 

You'll also find the full records of all the English Football League clubs and some of the Scottish League clubs as well.

 

Over time, the website will continue to expand - if you've got any comments, please feed free to e-mail me at stevestreet71@sky.com.

  

Hope you enjoy browsing through!