11v11.com 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.
Where’s your footballing hero? Did he even make the top 100? Click the title above to find out!
On this day in football history
- 1904 Harry Burgess born in Alderley Edge, Cheshire. After experience with Stockport County and Sheffield Wednesday, he joined Chelsea in March 1935 and made over 150 appearances and 37 goals before the outbreak of the Second War which ended his career.
- 1991 The Football League go to the High Court for the appointment of an administrator to run the collapsed management committee.
- 1994 16 year old Paul Brayson of Newcastle United scored 8 goals as the juniors overcame their Hartlepool counterparts 10-1 at Durham University after Hartlepool were 1-0 ahead.
- 1999 Kevin Ratcliffe resigns as manager of struggling Chester. In charge since April 1995, he once helped keep the club afloat by paying the water bill.