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Maillots de rugby. Football en France,l'historique des résultats du championnat. The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Le Classement mondial FIFA/Coca-Cola - Classement complet. Calcul des points pour un match P = M x I x T x C M : Valorisation du résultat Une équipe remporte 3 points pour une victoire, 1 point pour un match nul et 0 point pour une défaite.

Le Classement mondial FIFA/Coca-Cola - Classement complet

Une rencontre se décidant aux tirs aux buts rapporte 2 points au vainqueur et 1 point au perdant. I : Importance du match Match amical (et petit tournoi): I = 1,0 Éliminatoires de Coupe du Monde ou continentales: I = 2,5 Compétition finales continentales et Coupe des Confédérations de la FIFA: I = 3,0 Compétition finale de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA: I = 4,0 T : Valeur de l’adversaire 200 - le classement de l’adversaire (sauf pour le leader du classement qui se voit assigner une valeur de 200 et pour les équipes classées 150e et au delà qui se voient assigner la valeur minimale de 50).

C : Coefficient de confédération Pour des matches entre équipes de confédérations différentes, il convient de prendre en compte un coefficient calculé en faisant la moyenne des valeurs des deux confédérations. Classement européen des clubs, classement complet. Dernière mise à jour le : 13/04/2014.

classement européen des clubs, classement complet

World Rankings: Full world rankings. Welcome to the IRB website.

World Rankings: Full world rankings

Here are a few tips to get the best out of our site. Plug-ins Plug-ins are small pieces of software which work with your browser to give you extra functionality - like live sound, animation and interactive games. You should download the following plug-ins, if you have not got them already. PDFs PDF PDF stands for Portable Document Format and it is a cross platform document, which can be viewed through your browser or used for printing easily. For this reason, you will find a lot of the Laws and Regulations on the site are in PDF format. Clubs participating in European Cups since 1955. This webpage contains an overview of all football clubs that participated in the European Football Cups since 1955.

Clubs participating in European Cups since 1955

The overview is based on all matches in the UEFA European Cup Coefficients Database. The "first" and "last" columns denote the year in which the final of the corresponding season was played. Please note that one "season" of the first two Inter-Cities Fairs Cup tournaments (the former UEFA Cup) took more than one year to complete, but are counted only as a single year in the "#years" column.

Matches played in the UEFA Intertoto Cup are not counted. Teams of the former Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, East Germany, and Czechoslovakia are listed separately. IFFHS. Two weeks ago, Pep Guardiola sent his Bayern Munich team into an away game in the German Bundesliga against FC Augsburg.

IFFHS

On the same day – three hours later and 1,600 miles away – a man called Mick McElwee sent his Lincoln Red Imps FC team into an away game in the Gibraltar Premier Division against Glacis United. Bayern lost 1-0. January « 2008 « billsportsmaps.com. I will post my Attendance Map of Switzerland tommorrow.

January « 2008 « billsportsmaps.com

Here is a brief look at the Swiss Super League. In Switzerland, FC Zurich has edged out FC Basel for the Title, on the last day of the season, for two years running. This despite the fact that Basel has the largest budget (around 19 million Euro). In the 2005-’06 season, it ended in a very dramatic way. The excerpt below is from Wikipedia . FC Basel is Switzerland’s biggest club. Champions FC Zurich had the fourth highest average attendance, at 10,871. Fifth and sixth highest average gates last season were to be found at the eastern Swiss club FC Sankt Gallen, and centrally located FC Luzern, both in the 7,800 to 6,900 range. The other Swiss club that deserves mention is FC Thun. See this article about FC Thun’s shock qualification for the Champions League, in 2005, from the UEFA website.}

The Swiss Super league is a compact, 10-team league. Switzerland is ranked # 17 in Europe for UEFA competitions.