International Football History and Statistics

Quick links: is the official site of the Association of Football Statisticians.

This site is driven by a unique database of international football and the English Football League including the FIFA World Cup and FA Premier League since their inception.

11v11 is also a community hub for those interested in football history and statistics.

World Player Ranking


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On this day in football history

  • 1986 Spain beat Denmark 5-1 in the World Cup Finals with four goals from Emilio Butragueno. He became the first player since Portugal's Eusebio in 1966 to score four in the competition Finals.
  • 1993 U.E.FA banned Poland from staging international matches in Chorzow as a result of violence when England played there earlier in the month.
  • 1995 Norway won the Women's World Cup.
  • 1997 Having been in official receivership since January and surviving eight winding-up orders Bournemouth became the Europe's first community-owned football club after being taken over by a trust funded by public donation.