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1967 Pittsburgh Steelers season

at Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Note: tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.

                                               

1967 NAIA football season

The 1967 NAIA football season, as part of the 1967 college football season in the United States, was the 12th season of college football sponsored by the NAIA. The season was played from August to November 1967, culminating in a championship 1967 ...

                                               

1967 NCAA University Division football rankings

Two human polls comprised the 1967 National Collegiate Athletic Association football rankings. Unlike most sports, college footballs governing body, the NCAA, does not bestow a national championship, instead that title is bestowed by one or more ...

                                               

1967 NCAA University Division football season

The 1967 NCAA University Division football season was the last one in which college footballs champion was crowned before the bowl games. During the 20th century, the NCAA had no playoff for the major college football teams in the University Divi ...

                                               

1967 NCAA College Division football season

The 1967 NCAA College Division football season was the 12th season of college football in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the NCAA College Division level.

                                               

1967 NCAA College Division football rankings

The 1967 NCAA College Division football rankings are from the United Press International poll of College Division head coaches and from the Associated Press. The 1967 NCAA College Division football season was the tenth year UPI published a Coache ...

                                               

1967–68 American Soccer League

For the 1967–68 season the league set up a two division system to work as a pro/reg tandem, with the First Division being the higher tier. Ultimately pro/reg wound up occurring only on paper because Hartford S.C withdrew after five games, and by ...

                                               

1967–68 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The FA Cup 1967–68 is the 87th season of the worlds oldest football knockout competition, The Football Association Challenge Cup, or FA Cup for short. The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down the English football league s ...

                                               

1967–68 DFB-Pokal

The 1967–68 DFB-Pokal was the 25th season of the annual German football cup competition. It began on 27 January 1968 and ended on 9 June 1968. 32 teams competed in the tournament of five rounds. In the final the 1. FC Koln defeated the VfL Bochum ...

                                               

1967 Djurgårdens IF season

The 1967 season was Djurgårdens IFs 67th in existence, their 22nd season in Allsvenskan and their 5th consecutive season in the league. They were competing in Allsvenskan, Svenska Cupen and European Cup.

                                               

1967–68 Birmingham City F.C. season

The 1967–68 Football League season was Birmingham City Football Clubs 65th in the Football League and their 27th in the Second Division. They finished in fourth position in the 22-team division. They entered the 1967–68 FA Cup in the third round ...

                                               

1967–68 Blackpool F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Blackpool F.C. s 60th season in the Football League. They competed in the 22-team Division Two, then the second tier of English football, finishing third on goal-average. Blackpool took place in the third round of the FA Cu ...

                                               

1967–68 Brentford F.C. season

During the 1967–68 English football season, Brentford competed in the Football League Fourth Division. Weathering the storm of a severe financial crisis for the second successive season, the threadbare squad managed a mid-table finish.

                                               

1967–68 Chester F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was the 30th season of competitive association football in the Football League played by Chester, an English club based in Chester, Cheshire. In addition, it was tenth in the League in the fourth division after its creation. Al ...

                                               

1967–68 Colchester United F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Colchester Uniteds 26th season in their history and their second successive season in the third tier of English football, the Third Division. Alongside competing in the Third Division, the club also participated in the FA C ...

                                               

1967–68 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season

Huddersfield Towns 1967-68 campaign was a mainly mediocre season for the Terriers. Town finished the season in the mid-table position of 14th under Tom Johnston. This season is most remembered by Town fans for their best ever run in the Football ...

                                               

1967–68 Liverpool F.C. season

Liverpool F.C. did not win any major trophies for the second season in a row. Despite top scorer Roger Hunt rediscovering his mojo, it finished three points behind champions Manchester City, while arch rivals Manchester United beat Liverpool to t ...

                                               

1967–68 Manchester City F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Manchester City F.C. s seventy-sixth season of league football, and second consecutive season in the Football League First Division. In the third full season under the management of Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison, Mancheste ...

                                               

1967–68 Manchester United F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was one of the most successful seasons in Manchester Uniteds history, as the team beat Benfica 4–1 in the final of the 1967–68 European Cup to become the first English team to win the competition. The team was led by manager Ma ...

                                               

1967–68 Mansfield Town F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Mansfield Towns 31st season in the Football League and 7th in the Third Division, they finished in 21st position with 37 points only avoiding relegation after Peterborough United were docked 19 points by the League for maki ...

                                               

1967–68 Port Vale F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Port Vales 56th season of football in the English Football League, and their third successive season in the Fourth Division. A poor season saw them battle to mid-table in order to avoid the re-election zone. Yet it would be ...

                                               

1967–68 Stoke City F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Stoke Citys 61st season in the Football League and the 37th in the First Division. Since gaining promotion back to the first division in 1963, Stoke excelled and managed to consistently finish in mid-table, avoiding any fea ...

                                               

1967–68 SEC Bastia season

French football club SEC Bastias 1967–68 season. Finished 1st place in league and promoted to Division 1. Top scorer of the season, including 13 goals in 13 league matches have been Robert Blanc. Was eliminated to Coupe de France end of 64.

                                               

1967–68 FC Bayern Munich season

The club reached the UEFA Cup Winners Cup semifinals but lost 2–0 at the hands of AC Milan. Bayern held AC Milan to a draw in the second leg but was eliminated from the competition nevertheless. Bayern was defeated in the cup semifinals by VfL Bo ...

                                               

1967–68 Aberdeen F.C. season

The 1967-68 season was Aberdeens 55th season in the top flight of Scottish football and their 57th season overall. Aberdeen competed in the Scottish League Division One, Scottish League Cup, Scottish Cup and in European competition for the first ...

                                               

1967–68 Clydebank F.C. season

The 1967–68 season was Clydebanks second season in the Scottish Football League. They competed in the Scottish League Division Two where they finished 9th in the table, Scottish League Cup and Scottish Cup.

                                               

1967–68 Dumbarton F.C. season

Season 1967–68 was the 84th football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 62nd time, the Scottish Cup for the 73rd time and the Scottish League Cup for the 21st time.

                                               

1967–68 Red Star Belgrade season

Red Star won their third double in this season. On 23 November 1967, promising Red Star player Dejan Bekic died after long battle with cancer in the lymph nodes.

                                               

1967–68 Mersin Idmanyurdu season

Mersin Idmanyurdu Sports Club, located in Mersin, east Mediterranean coast of Turkey in 1967–68. Mersin Idmanyurdu football team played in Turkish First Football League, the first level division for the first time in 1967–68 season. They finished ...

                                               

1967–68 FK Partizan season

The 1967–68 season was the 22nd season in FK Partizans existence. This article shows player statistics and matches that the club played during the 1967–68 season.

                                               

1967–68 NBA season

The 1967–68 NBA season was the 22nd season of the National Basketball Association. The season ended with the Boston Celtics winning the NBA Championship, beating the Los Angeles Lakers 4 games to 2 in the NBA Finals.

                                               

Brabham BT24

The Repco Brabham BT24 was a Formula One racing car design. It was one of three cars used by the Brabham racing team during their championship-winning 1967 Formula One season. Only three BT24 chassis were ever raced.

                                               

BRM P115

The BRM P115 was a Formula 1 racing car built by British Racing Motors in 1967. The car was designed by technical Director Tony Rudd around SDA complex 3 liter h-16 engine known as P75, which was first raced in France in 1966 in the Lotus 43.

                                               

Cooper T86

The Cooper T86 was a Formula One racing car built by Cooper and first raced in 1967. B and C specification cars were also built to accommodate different engines, but the car could not revive Coopers fortunes and this type represents the last Form ...

                                               

Fake Your Death (My Chemical Romance song)

May Death Never Stop You is the first greatest hits compilation album by My Chemical Romance, spanning the bands entire career up to that point. It is the only album to feature James Dewees as an official member of the band, playing on the albums ...

                                               

1968–69 Iraqi Central Premier League

The 1968–69 Iraqi Central Premier League was the 21st season of the Iraqi Central League. Eleven teams competed in the tournament, which was played as a double-elimination tournament for the first time since the 1960–61 season. Aliyat Al-Shorta w ...

                                               

1968–69 Football League First Division

Leeds United won the First Division title for the first time in the clubs history that season. They wrapped up the title on April 28, with a 0-0 draw at title challengers Liverpool and finished the season unbeaten at home. Queens Park Rangers wen ...

                                               

1968–69 Bundesliga

The 1968–69 Bundesliga was the sixth season of the Bundesliga, West Germanys premier football league. It began on 17 August 1968 and ended on 7 June 1969. 1. FC Nurnberg were the defending champions.

                                               

1968–69 Liga Leumit

The 1968–69 Liga Leumit season saw Hapoel Tel Aviv win the title and qualify for the 1970 Asian Club Championship. Maccabi Shaarayim and Hapoel Ramat Gan were relegated to Liga Alef. Mordechai Spiegler of Maccabi Netanya was the leagues top score ...

                                               

1968–69 Scottish Division One

The 1968–69 Scottish Division One was won by Celtic by five points over nearest rival Rangers. Falkirk and Arbroath finished 17th and 18th respectively and were relegated to the 1969-70 Second Division.

                                               

1969 Soviet Top League

P = Matches played, W = Matches won, D = Matches drawn, L = Matches lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, Pts = Points P = played matches W = matches won, D = matches drawn, L = matches lost, f = goals for, A = goal against = points

                                               

1968–69 Eredivisie (ice hockey) season

The 1968–69 Eredivisie season was the ninth season of the Eredivisie, the top level of ice hockey in the Netherlands. Three teams participated in the league, and HYS Den Haag won the championship.

                                               

1968 American 500

The 1968 American 500 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on October 27, 1968, at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred ...

                                               

1968 Beltsville 300

The 1968 Beltsville 300 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on May 17, 1968, at Beltsville Speedway in Beltsville, Maryland. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred gradually over th ...

                                               

1968 Columbia 200

The 1968 Columbia 200 was a NASCAR Grand National Series stock car race that was held on April 18, 1968, at Columbia Speedway in Columbia, South Carolina.

                                               

1968 Dixie 250

Two hundred and fifty laps were done on a paved oval track spanning 0.500 miles 0.805 km for a grand total of 125.0 miles 201.2 km. The race took one hour, forty-two minutes, and thirty-six seconds to reach its full conclusion: Bobby Isaac defeat ...

                                               

1968 Fireball 300

The 1968 Fireball 300 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on May 5, 1968, at Asheville-Weaverville Speedway in Weaverville, North Carolina. He had twenty-seven U.S. competitors and one canadian competitor frog Fagan. The race c ...

                                               

1968 Hickory 250

Hickory Motor Speedway first opened in 1951 as a 1 ⁄ 2 -mile 0.80 km dirt track. Gwyn Staley won the first race at the speedway and later became the first track champion. Drivers such as Junior Johnson, Ned Jarrett, and Ralph Earnhardt also becam ...

                                               

1968 Islip 300

The 1968 Islip 300 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on July 7, 1968, at Islip Speedway in Islip, New York. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred gradually over this decade. Chan ...

                                               

1968 National 500

The 1968 National 500 was a NASCAR Grand National Series stock car race that was held on October 20, 1968, at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurre ...

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