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1965–66 Mersin Idmanyurdu season

Mersin Idmanyurdu Sports Club, located in Mersin, east Mediterranean coast of Turkey in 1965-1966. The 1965–66 season was the 3rd season of Mersin Idmanyurdu football team in Second League, the second level division in Turkey. The club had the na ...

                                               

1965–66 FK Partizan season

The 1965–66 season was the 20th season in FK Partizans existence. This article shows player statistics and matches that the club played during the 1965–66 season.

                                               

Penn Quakers mens ice hockey

The Penn Quakers mens ice hockey team represents the University of Pennsylvania in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II. Penn is a member of the Colonial States College Hockey Conference. The Quakers play at the Class of 1923 Ar ...

                                               

1966–67 Iraqi Central Premier League

The 1966–67 Iraqi Central Premier League was the 19th season of the Iraqi Central League. Seven teams competed in the tournament. The league was abandoned after the Six-Day War in June 1967, before all of the teams had played half of their games, ...

                                               

Football at the 1966 Asian Games – Squads

Head coach: Bao Ging-Jin鮑景賢 The national team of Hong Kong and the Republic of Chinas national team shared the same food the players during pre-1971. Most if not all players play in the football League of Hong Kong. Team ROC practically team w ...

                                               

1966–67 Football League First Division

Manchester United won the First Division title for the seventh time in the clubs history that season. They made sure of that on 6 May, after beating West Ham United 6–1 at Upton Park whilst their title challengers Nottingham Forest lost 2–1 at So ...

                                               

1966–67 Bundesliga

The 1966–67 Bundesliga was the fourth season of the Bundesliga, West Germanys premier football league. It began on 20 August 1966 and ended on 3 June 1967. 1860 Munich were the defending champions.

                                               

1966–68 Liga Leumit

The 1966–68 Liga Leumit season was the thirteenth in the leagues history, and is notable for the Israel Football Associations decision to play it over two years as a play to combat corruption and increasing violence at matches. The sixteen teams ...

                                               

1966–67 Serie A

The 1966–67 Serie A season was won by Juventus, it was their second scudetto of the 1960s. The season was closely contested and went down to the final day of the season, Internazionale were left needing just a draw or having Juventus not beat Laz ...

                                               

1966–67 Scottish Division One

The 1966–67 Scottish Division One was won by Celtic by three points over city rivals Rangers. St Mirren and Ayr United finished 17th and 18th respectively and were relegated to the 1967–68 Second Division.

                                               

1967 Soviet Top League

19 goals Mikhail Mustygin Dinamo Minsk. 17 goals Oleg Kopayev SKA Rostov-on-Don. 14 goals Eduard Markarov Neftyanik. (Эдуард Маркаров "Нефтяник") 13 goals Anatoliy Banishevskiy Neftyanik. (Анатолий Банишевский "Нефтяник") Givi Nodia Dinamo Tbilis ...

                                               

1966–67 Eredivisie (ice hockey) season

The 1966–67 Eredivisie season was the seventh season of the Eredivisie, the top level of ice hockey in the Netherlands. Five teams participated in the league, and HYS Den Haag won the championship.

                                               

1966 American 500

The 1966 American 500 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on October 30, 1966, at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred ...

                                               

1966 Buddy Shuman 250

The 1966 Buddy Shuman 250 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on September 9, 1966, at Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred grad ...

                                               

1966 Columbia 200

Columbia Speedway was an oval racetrack located in Cayce, a suburb of Columbia, South Carolina. It was the site of auto races for NASCARs top series from 1951 through 1971. For most of its history, the racing surface was dirt. The races in April ...

                                               

1966 Daytona 500

The 1966 Daytona 500, the 8th running of the event, was won by Richard Petty driving a 1966 Plymouth on February 27, 1966. Petty drove his number 43 to victory in just over three hours after starting the race on the pole. There were four caution ...

                                               

1966 Firecracker 400

The 1966 Firecracker 400 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on July 4, 1966, at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred gra ...

                                               

1966 Myers Brothers 250

The 1966 Myers Brothers 250 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on August 27, 1966, at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

                                               

1966 Nashville 400

The 1966 Nashville 400 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on July 30, 1966, at Nashville Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee. From Henley Grice five finishes career in the top five and 60 top ten finishes, two of them came at Nas ...

                                               

1966 Smoky Mountain 200

The 1966 Smoky Mountain 200 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on July 28, 1966, at Smoky Mountain Raceway in Maryville, Tennessee. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred gradually ...

                                               

1966 Southeastern 500

The 1966 Southeastern 500 was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on March 20, 1966, at Bristol International Speedway in the Bristol, Tennessee. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 1960-ies and has occurred ...

                                               

1966 Southern 500

The 1966 Southern 500, the 17th running of the event, was a NASCAR Grand National Series event that was held on September 5, 1966, at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, South Carolina. Transition to purpose built racing cars began in the early 196 ...

                                               

1966 World 600

The 1966 World 600, the 7th running of the event, was a NASCAR Grand National Series race held on May 22, 1966 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina. Contested over 400 laps on the 1.5 mile speedway, it was the 20th race of the ...

                                               

History of Atlanta Falcons head coaches

In the History of Atlanta Falcons head coaches Vince Lombardi was initially pursued as the first Atlanta coach, but after deciding to stay with Green Bay, was asked for recommendations for Atlantas first coach. At the time, Lombardi did not recom ...

                                               

1966 NAIA football season

The 1966 NAIA football season, as part of the 1966 college football season in the United States, was the eleventh season of college football sponsored by the NAIA. The season was played from August to November 1966, culminating in a championship ...

                                               

1966 NCAA College Division football season

The 1966 NCAA College Division football season was the 11th season of college football in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the NCAA College Division level.

                                               

1966 Indiana State Sycamores football team

The 1966 Indiana State Sycamores football team represented Indiana State University in the 1966 NCAA College Division football season. The Sycamores were represented on the All-Conference team by: John Truitt, Senior, WR, Joe Fiedler, Senior, Cen ...

                                               

1966 NCAA College Division football rankings

The 1966 NCAA College Division football rankings are from the United Press International poll of College Division head coaches and from the Associated Press. The 1966 NCAA College Division football season was the ninth year UPI published a Coache ...

                                               

1966 Tennessee A&I Tigers football team

The 1966 Tennessee A&amp,I Tigers football team was an American football team that represented Tennessee Agricultural & Industrial State College as a member of the Midwest Athletic Association during the 1966 NCAA College Division football season ...

                                               

1966 NCAA University Division football rankings

Two human polls comprised the 1966 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 ...

                                               

1966 NCAA University Division football season

The 1966 University Division football season was marked by some controversy as the year of "The Tie", a famous 10–10 game between the two top-ranked teams, Michigan State and Notre Dame on November 19. Both teams were crowned national champions b ...

                                               

1966 Atlanta Falcons season

The 1966 Atlanta Falcons season was the franchises inaugural season in the National Football League. The Falcons finished in seventh place in the NFL Eastern Conference with a record of 3–11, ahead of only the New York Giants.

                                               

1966 Baltimore Colts season

The 1966 Baltimore Colts season was the 14th season for the team in the National Football League. The Baltimore Colts finished the National Football Leagues 1966 season with a record of 9 wins and 5 losses and finished second in the Western Confe ...

                                               

1966 Dallas Cowboys season

The 1966 Dallas Cowboys season was the seventh for the franchise in the National Football League. The Cowboys finished the regular season at 10–3–1, their first winning record as a franchise and first Eastern Conference title. They hosted the NFL ...

                                               

1966 Detroit Lions season

The 1966 Detroit Lions season was their 37th in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous seasons output of 6–7–1, winning only four games. They missed the playoffs for the ninth straight season and incurred their second losing rec ...

                                               

1966 Los Angeles Rams season

The 1966 Los Angeles Rams season was the teams 29th year with the National Football League and the 21st season in Los Angeles. The RAMS held a 8-6 record, their first Winning season since 1958, and only the second since 1955, when the rams went a ...

                                               

1966 Minnesota Vikings season

The 1966 season was the Minnesota Vikings sixth in the National Football League. Sixth-year head coach Norm Van Brocklin resigned at the end of the season, after the team finished with a 4–9–1 record.

                                               

1966 New York Giants season

The 1966 New York Giants season was the franchises 42nd season in the National Football League. The season saw the Giants looking to improve on their 7–7 record from 1965. However, they finished in last place in the Eastern Conference with a 1–12 ...

                                               

1966 Philadelphia Eagles season

The 1966 NFL draft was held on November 27, 1965, the last year in which the NFL and the AFL had separate drafts. As a result, many players selected by teams from both leagues would choose to play for the more established NFL, or in a rarer case, ...

                                               

1966 Pittsburgh Steelers season

at Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the stadium, Atlanta, GA Game weather. (Игра погода) Game attendance: 56.229. (Посещаемость игры: 56.229) TV announcers. (Дикторы ТВ) Referee. (Судья) Game time. (Время игры) Scoring Drives: Atlanta – ...

                                               

1966 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season

The 1966 St. Louis Cardinals season was the 47th season the team was in the National Football League, and the seventh in St. Louis. The team moved its home games from the old Busch Stadium to the new Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis, and bette ...

                                               

1966–67 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The FA Cup 1966–67 is the 86th 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 ...

                                               

1966–67 DFB-Pokal

The 1966–67 DFB-Pokal was the 24th season of the annual German football cup competition. It began on 25 December 1966 and ended on 10 June 1967. 32 teams competed in the tournament of five rounds. In the final Bayern Munich defeated Hamburg 4–0, ...

                                               

1966 Djurgårdens IF season

The 1966 season was Djurgårdens IFs 66th in existence, their 21st season in Allsvenskan and their 4th consecutive season in the league. They were competing in Allsvenskan and 1966–67 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.

                                               

1966–67 Birmingham City F.C. season

The 1966–67 Football League season was Birmingham City Football Clubs 64th in the Football League and their 26th in the Second Division. They finished in tenth position in the 22-team division. They entered the 1966–67 FA Cup in the third round p ...

                                               

1966–67 Blackpool F.C. season

The 1966–67 season was Blackpool F.C. s 59th season in the Football League. They competed in the 22-team Division One, then the top tier of English football, finishing bottom. As a result, they were relegated to Division Two. After eight years, R ...

                                               

1966–67 Brentford F.C. season

During the 1966–67 English football season, Brentford competed in the Football League Fourth Division. In a season overshadowed by the events of 19 January 1967, a promotion charge was derailed by five defeats in the final six matches of the camp ...

                                               

1966–67 Chester F.C. season

The 1966–67 season was the 29th season of competitive association football in the Football League played by Chester, an English club based in Chester, Cheshire. In addition, it was the ninth season spent in the fourth division after its creation. ...

                                               

1966–67 Colchester United F.C. season

The 1966–67 season was Colchester Uniteds 25th season in their history and their first back in the third tier of English football, the Third Division, following promotion from the Fourth Division the previous season. Alongside competing in the Th ...

                                               

1966–67 Everton F.C. season

P = Matches played, W = Matches won, D = Matches drawn, L = Matches lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, GA = Goal average, GD = Goal difference, Pts = Points

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