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soccer fans! Soccer Boards is entering its 4th year
of continuous provision of information
for the thousands of visitors.
A website dedicated to european and international soccer (or football
as it is more widely known in Europe).
"Football is a ball game played between two teams of eleven players, each attempting to win by scoring more goals than their opponent. Football is played predominantly with the feet, but players may use any part of their body except their hands and arms to propel the ball; the exception to this is the goalkeeper, who is the only member of the team allowed to handle the ball in the field of play.
It is variously known throughout the English-speaking world as football, association football, or soccer.
Football is played at a professional level all over the world and millions of people regularly go to a football stadium to follow their home team, whilst millions more avidly watch the game on television. A very large number of people also play football at an amateur level.
According to a survey conducted by Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport's governing body, published in the spring of 2001, over 240 million people regularly play football in more than 200 countries in every part of the world. Its simple rules and minimal equipment requirements have no doubt aided its spread and growth in popularity. In many parts of the world — particularly in Europe, Latin America, and increasingly in Africa — football evokes great passions and plays an important role in the life of individual fans, local communities, and even nations; it is therefore often claimed to be the most popular team sport in the world."
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is our hope that this website will become a meeting
place for soccer fans from around the world. For this
reason we have created the FORUMS.
Please drop by and discuss everything
about the major European Soccer Leagues and the European Competitions.
In order to keep our visitors up to date with
all the current soccer activity in Europe, we
update the website continuously with the latest
league tables. Every day we provide
live soccer results. This feature can be accessed
from the live
soccer results page.
From our Top
Goalscorers section you can see all
the leading scorers of the major european leagues.
But that's not all! Soccer Boards
also brings to you the fixtures and results of
Champion's League and
Cup. Currently the soccer leagues that are
updated daily are
Austrian League, Belgian
League and Turkish
Soccer Boards is also proud to present you a series of articles about FIFA World Cup. As the 2006 FIFA World Cup competition in Germany came to an end, we feel the need to present our visitors with some interesting information regarding the competition. The World Cup 2006 section is full of information about the teams, matches as well as a historical background of the competition. You can also read a detailed article about the most viewed competition in the world, the World Cup. See all the participating teams .
can also find historical data about the UEFA
EURO 2004 page
which was held on June/July 2004 in the stadiums
of Portugal. You can start your research with the Draw
for the final round which was held in Lisbon. The
page was updated regularly, featuring
news, and friendly
games of the
teams during the period up to the summer of 2004
after which it featured all the action
from the fields of Portugal. You can also check out
the top whistles and assistant referees that were
picked up from all over europe to referee the games.
The team of referees
for Euro 2004 consisted of names like Pierluigi Collina,
Kim Milton Nielsen and Markus Merk. Do not forget
to check the squad
lists of all 16 teams.