The most relevant facts and figures of football history
Football has hung by a serial of three articles the most relevant world football statistics. Quick goals, amazing spurts, hardly surmountable milestones in the history of football, both clubs and national teams to. Some of them, They are really curious, do not miss the following lists
Five teams with most games without losing.
* 1.Spain: 35 matches (07/02/2007 – 24/06/2009).
* 1.Brazil: 35 matches (16/12/1993 – 21/01/1996).
* 3.Spain: 31 matches (07/09/1994 – 28/01/1998).
* 4.Argentina: 31 matches (19/02/1991 – 15/08/1993).
* 5.Hungary: 30 matches (04/06/1950 – 04/07/1954).
* 6.France: 30 matches (16/02/1994 – 09/11/1996).
Archers records are as follows:
* local championships: Manchester United goalkeeper, Edwin van der Sar, She maintained its shutout during 1.302 minutes 2008 (more of 15 games unbeaten). It is world record.
* International parties: Dino Zoff Italy did not receive any goal during 1.142 minutes, more of 12 match unbeaten (1972-74)
* world: Italian Walter Zenga kept his shutout for 517 minutes, Claudio Cannigia when he scored a goal in the semifinals at the World Cup in Italy 90 (more of 5 match unbeaten).
* Copa America: Colombian Oscar Cordoba and Miguel Calero kept his shutout in the Copa America 2001 Córdoba throughout the competition I shortcut 5 Calero parties an opportunity and achieving record 540 minutes without conceding a goal.
* Older players: Neil Mc Bain English club New Brigthon played his last game for 52 years and 4 months. Meanwhile Sir Stannley Matthews to quit football 50 years with the Stoke City. Mexican Salvador Reyes also played a game in the First Division of Mexico to the 71 years as part of a tribute to the Club Deportivo Guadalajara playing 50 and playing the ball seconds three times.
* Youngest player: Bolivia's Mauricio Baldivieso, son of coach Julio Cesar Baldivieso, He debuted to 12 years old at the game played between Aurora against La Paz Football Club in the Clausura tournament 2009 Bolivian football.
* Youngest player to win a world: Pele when he won the final to Sweden 1958, had only 17 years and 237 days.
* oldest player to win a world: In 1982, Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff was enshrined in the World 82, having 40 years and 4 months.
* youngest player in World: In Spain 82, Norman Whiteside of Northern Ireland, with 17 years and 41 days.
* oldest player in World: Faryd Mondragon in the World Cup in Brazil 2014 with 43 years and 3 days.
* Player weightier: English William Foulke (1874-1916) media 1,90 and weighed 141 kilos. I ending his career at Bradford City came despite 165 kilos. A match was interrupted because inadvertently broke the goal post.
World records in
* Match with more goals in a world: Austria 7-5 Switzerland, They were labeled 12 goals and played in the World Cup in Switzerland 1954.
* Biggest World: Hungary 10-1 The Savior (Spain 1982)
* Increased number of shares: 19, Brazil.
* Increased number of championships won: 5, Brazil.
* More disputed final: 8 Germany
* More times Third: 3, Germany
* More times in semifinals: 11, Germany
* More matches: 99, Brazil and Germany
* Fewer games played: 1, Indonesia.
* more victories: 67, Brazil
* more defeats: 23, Mexico
* more draws: 22 Germany
* Games played without winning: 6, El Salvador and Bolivia
* Games played without a win or draw: 6, The Savior
* Most goals scored: 213, Brazil
* Fewer goals scored: 0, by Canada, China, Indonesia, Trinidad and Tobago and Democratic Republic of Congo
* More goals conceded: 112, Germany
* Goals received: 2, Angola
* Most goals scored per game: 2,72 on average, Hungary
* Fewer goals per game: 0,67 on average, Angola
* More games between two teams: 7 times, Brazil vs. Sweden
* More finals played between two teams: 3 Germany vs time. Argentina
* More appearances always passing the first round: 3, Denmark and Ireland
* More appearances never past the first round: 8, Scotland
In a tournament
* more victories: 7, Brazil 2002
* Most goals scored: 27, Hungary 1954
* Goals received: 0, Switzerland 2006
* More goals conceded: 16, South Korea 1954
* Superior goal difference: +17, Hungary 1954
* Lower goal difference: -16, South Korea 1954
* Greater number of goals scored per game: 5,40, Hungary 1954
* Champion with more goals scored: 25,Germany 1954
* Champion with fewer goals scored: 8 Spain in South Africa 2010
* Champion with less goals received: 2, France 1998 and Italy en 2006
* Champion with more goals against: 14, Germany 1954
* Worst performance of the defending champion: 1 draw and 2 losses, France 2002 and Spain in Brazil 2014
* championships: 2, Italy (1934-1938) and Brazil (1958-1962).
* consecutive finals: 3, Germany (1982-1990) and Brazil (1994-2002).
* consecutive runner-up: 2, Netherlands (1974-1978) and Germany (1982-1986).
* Consecutive eliminations in first round: 8, Scotland (1954-1958, 1974-1990, 1998).
* Successful processes Qualifier: 6, Italy (1962-1982) and Spain (1986-2006).
* Unsuccessful processes Qualifier: 17, Luxembourg (1934-2006).
* wins: 11, Brazil (2:1, Turkey 2002 – 3:0, Ghana 2006).
* Consecutive matches without losing: 13, Brazil (3:0, Austria 1958 – 2:0, Bulgaria 1966).
* losing streak: 9, Mexico (1:4, France 1930 – 0:3, Sweden 1958)
* Consecutive matches without winning: 17, Bulgaria (0:1, Argentina in 1962 – 0:3, Nigeria, a 1994).
* consecutive draws: 5, Belgium (0:0, Netherlands in 1998 – 1:1, Tunisia 2002).
* Consecutive without tie: 16, Portugal (3:1, Hungary 1966 – 1:0, Netherlands, 2006).
* Most consecutive games scoring at least one goal: 18, Brazil (1930-1958) and Germany (1934-1958).
* Most consecutive games scoring at least two goals: 11, Uruguay (1930-1954)
* Most consecutive games scoring at least four goals: 4, Uruguay (1930-1950)
* Most consecutive games scoring at least six goals: 2, Brazil (1950)
* More consecutive games without scoring a goal: 5, Bolivia (1930-1994).
* More consecutive games without conceding a goal: 5, Italy (1990).
* More consecutive games receiving at least one goal: 22, Switzerland (1934-1994).
* More consecutive games receiving at least two goals: 9, Mexico (1930-1958).
* More consecutive games receiving at least three goals: 5, Mexico (1930-1950).
* More consecutive games receiving at least four goals: 3, Bolivia (1930-1950), Mexico (1930-1950).
* More consecutive games receiving at least seven goals: 2, South Korea (1954).
* More tournaments played: 5, Antonio Carbajal ( Mexico, 1950-1966), Gianluigi Buffon (1998-2014) y Lothar Matthew ( Germany, 1982-1998).
* More won tournaments: 3, Skin ( Brazil, 1958, 1962 Y 1970).
* Games played: 25, Lothar Matthäus ( Germany, 1982-1998).
* More minutes played: 2.217 minutes, Paolo Maldini ( Italy, 1990-2002).
* More games won: 16, Cafu ( Brazil, 1994-2006).
* More end moves: 3, Cafu ( Brazil, 1994-2002).
* Most games played as captain: 16, Diego Armando Maradona ( Argentina, 1986-1994).
* More games as a substitute: 11, Denilson ( Brazil, 1998-2002).
* Youngest in a match: 17 years and 42 days, Norman Whiteside (North Ireland, against Yugoslavia in 1982).
* Youngest in a final: 17 years and 249 days, Skin (Brazil, against Sweden 1958)
* Youngest in a qualifying match: 13 years and 310 days, Souleymane Mamam ( Togo, against Zambia in qualifying for 2002, the 6 May 2001).
* Youngest in a game as captain: 21 years and 316 days, Tony Meola ( U.S, against Czechoslovakia in 1990).
* Older in a game: Faryd Mondragón, 43 years and 3 days (against Japan in Brazil 2014).
* Older in a final: 40 years and 133 days, Dino Zoff (Italy, against Federal Germany 1982).
* Older in a qualifying match: 46 years and 180 days, MacDonald Taylor (US Virgin Islands, against St Kitts and Nevis in qualifying for 2006, the 18 February 2004).
* Older in a game as captain: 40 years and 292 days, Peter Shilton (England, against Italy 1990).
* Greater age difference in a team: 23 years and 358 days, Cameroon 1994 (between Rigobert Song, with 18 years and 10 days, and Roger Milla, with 42 years and 1 day).
* Greater age difference in a champion team: 21 years and 297 days, Italy 1982 (entre Giuseppe Bergomi, with 18 years and 201 days, and Dino Zoff, with 40 years and 133 days).
* Longer period between two appearances as a player: 16 years , Faryd Mondragón, Colombia (1998-2014)
* Longer period between two stakes in General: 44 years, Tim ( Brazil, in 1938 As a player; Peru, in 1982 coaching).
Goals in World
* First goal scored: Lucien Laurent ( France to Mexico in 1930).
* Most goals scored: 16, Miroslav Klose ( Germany, 2002-2014).
* Most goals scored in a single tournament: 13, Just Fontaine ( France, 1958).
* Most goals scored in a single game: 5, oleg Salenko ( Russia, against Cameroon 1994).
* Most goals scored in a defeat: 4, Ernest Wilimowski ( Poland, Brazil in 1928).
* Most goals scored in a qualifying match: 13, Archie Thompson ( Australia, against American Samoa in qualifying for 2002)
* Most goals scored in a final: 3, Geoff Hurst Inglaterra, against Federal Germany 1966)
* Most goals scored in final: 3, Vava ( Brazil), Skin ( Brazil), Geoff Hurst ( England), Zinedine Zidane ( France).
* First Olympic goal: Marcos Coll ( Colombia to the Soviet Union 1962)
* Country with more matches played on it: 102, Germany
* City with more matches played in it: 24, Mexico City
* Stadium with more matches played on it: 19, Aztec stadium
* Increased assistance to a party: 199.854 viewers, Uruguay vs Brazil (16 July 1950, Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
* Lower attendance to a party: 3.000 viewers, Romania vs Peru (14 July 1930, Estadio Pocitos, Montevideo, Uruguay)
* Highest cumulative attendance: 3.567.415 viewers, World Cup Football 1994.
* highest average attendance: 68.604 spectators per match, World Cup Football 1994.
* Greater assistance to a qualifying match: 199.854, Brazil vs. Colombia (9 March 1977, Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
* Lower attendance at a qualifying match: 0, Costa Rica vs. Panama (26 March 2005, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa, San Juan de Tibás, Costa(The stadium was suspended)