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Barry Town United F.C.

On 7 May 2013, Stuart Lovering inexplicably withdrew the team from the Welsh Football League, against the will of the BTSC, players and supporters, who were ready and willing to fulfil the remaining two fixtures. After the BTSC outlined their intentions to play again next season, adopting the name of '''Barry Town United''' to emphasise their continuing unity and endeavour, a meeting of the FAW (Football Association of Wales) Council in Betws-y-Coed in June 2013 announced that they would

ASRS Cup (Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants) 30 04 14 Swansea City

A.F.C. Swansea Town 3–0 Condon, Brown, B. Davies Unknown Barry (Jenner Park Stadium) - 1929–30 Welsh Football League Cup 28 04 30 Gelli Colliery (Gelli, Rhondda) 2–0 Unknown Unknown Treorchy - 1935–36 South Wales Senior Cup (South Wales and Monmouthshire Football Association) 09 05 36


6th of October City

September 2010 body_style 5-door SUV (Sport utility vehicle) assembly Bremen, Germany 6th of October City, Egypt engine 2.2L CDI I4 (Straight-4) 3.0L V6 3.5L V6 3.0L CDI V6 CAF was founded on 8 February 1957 in Khartoum, Sudan by the Egyptian Football Association Egyptian

, Ethiopian (Ethiopian Football Federation), South African (South African Football Association) and Sudanese (Sudan Football Association) FAs, following former discussions between the Egyptian (Egyptian Football Association), Somali (Somali people), South African (South African Football Association) and Sudanese (Sudan Football Association) FAs earlier in 7 June 1956 in Avenida Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal. The headquarters were few months in Khartoum until a fire outbreak

in the offices of the Sudanese Football Association when the organization moved near Cairo. Youssef Mohammad was the first General Secretary and Abdel Aziz Abdallah Salem the president (List of Presidents of UEFA). Its administrative center since 2002 is in 6th of October City, near Cairo. It was initially made up of 4 national associations. Currently there are 55 associations, 53 full members beside Zanzibar Pekan, Malaysia (DRB-HICOM (HICOM Automotive Manufacturers (Malaysia))) Pune, India Beijing, China predecessor Mercedes-Benz W211 Mercedes-Benz W209


Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen

Sports governing body of the Third Reich. It would quickly become a formidable system within the German nation. After the DRL's foundation all other German sport associations gradually lost their freedom and were coopted into the DRL as mere units ("Fachämter"). Even the most prestigious ones, like the German Football Association (DFB) lost their independence. Havemann, Nils (2006) ''Fußball unterm Hakenkreuz. Der DFB zwischen Sport, Politik und Kommerz Bonn

Hitlerjugend units. Karl Kastler, ''Fußballsport in Österreich, Von den Anfängen bis in die Gegenwart'', Trauner, Linz 1972, pg. 56f Despised by Nazis as unworthy of a true German, professionalism in sports was outlawed by the DRL in May 1938. Felix Linnemann, the German Football Association (DFB) president, was one of the greatest campaigners for amateurism in sports in Nazi Germany. In 1940, the already powerless German Football Association was finally wound up. ref>

and Departmental Federations.'' Events Championships in the individual types of sports were duly organized by the corresponding associations and federations. Among the events directly organized by the NS Reichsbund für Leibesübungen the most important were: * The 4th '''Deutsche Kampfspiele''', July 23 – 29 1934, in Nürnberg * '''Deutsches Turn- und Sportfest''', July 26 – 31 1938, in Breslau Trophy names *The name of today's DFB-Pokal, ( German Football Association Deutscher


Ouagadougou

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Municipal (Ouagadougou) Stade Municipal , Ouagadougou attendance 2,000 referee Young-Joo Kim (Korea Rep. (Korea Football Association)) goals2 Saïb (Moussa Saïb) goals2

attendance 12,000 referee Ian McLeod (South Africa (South African Football Association)) goals2 Kimoto (Okitankoyi Kimoto) stadium Stade du 4-Août, Ouagadougou attendance 3,000 referee Omer Yengo ( Fédération


Örnsköldsvik

: svenskfotboll.se svensk-fotboll historia historik-damer diamantbollen title Diamantbollen language Swedish publisher Swedish Football Association archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 640HHGOx1 archivedate 17 December 2011 deadurl no accessdate 17 December 2011 the Swedish Football Association's annual prize to the woman player of the year. She also won the Midfielder of the Year in 2003–2005. In 2002 she became the captain of Umeå IK, and in 2003 and 2004, she won


Puerto Cortés

Professional Football Association). * ''Mario Enrique Prieto Alvarado'' – Former Congressman and Secretary of Honduras National Congress (1982–1985), former member of Honduras 1980–81 National Assembly which approved the 1982 Honduras Constitution. Father of Mario Alberto Prieto Rodríguez. * ''Mario Sierra'' – Businessman and President of Club Deportivo Platense and current member of the Board of Directors of Empresa Nacional Portuaria (Honduras National Port Authority). * ''Roberto Valenzuela

Canahuati'' – Former President of Liga Nacional de Futbol (Honduras Professional Football Association), former member of the Board of Directors of Empresa Nacional Portuaria (Honduras National Port Authority). * ''Vilma Cecilia Morales'' – Former President of Honduras Supreme Court of Justice (Jan. 2002 – Jan. 2009, current president of CNBS – Comisión Nacional de Banca y Seguros (National Banking and Insurance Commission). * ''William Chong Wong'' – Former Director of Internal Revenue Service


Ambato, Ecuador

Bellavista , which they share with city rivals Técnico Universitario (Club Deportivo Técnico Universitario). '''Club Deportivo Técnico Universitario''' is a football (Association football) club based in Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador. Their city rivals are Macará (Club Social y Deportivo Macará). History All of football in Ecuador was amateur football until 1950 when the Guayas Football Association ( ) turned professional and held

its first professional tournament for affiliated clubs (for clubs in Guayaquil). The Professional Football Championship of Guayaquil ( ) was first held in 1951 and was won by Río Guayas. In 1954, the football association in Pichincha (Pichincha Province, Ecuador) (current the ''Asociación de Fútbol No Amatur de Pichincha AFNA '') decided to turn professional and hold a professional tournament of their own for their affiliated clubs


Sousse

, Sousse attendance 6,000 referee Omer Yengo (Congo (Fédération Congolaise de Football)) goals2 stadium Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse attendance 6,000 referee Petros Mathabela (South Africa (South African Football Association)) goals2 stadium Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse attendance 10,000 referee Petros Mathabela (South Africa (South African Football Association)) goals2 A. Camara (Aboubacar Titi Camara) 44' stadium

Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse attendance 6,000 referee Hussein Ali Moussa (Egypt (Egyptian Football Association)) goals2 stadium Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse attendance 6,000 referee Ali Bujsaim (UAE (United Arab Emirates Football Association)) goals2 stadium Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse attendance 8,000 referee Jamal Al-Sharaf (Syria (Syrian Arab Federation for Football)) goals2 Tiéhi (Joël Tiéhi) 30

' Traoré (Abdoulaye Traoré (Côte d'Ivoire footballer)) 81' stadium Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse attendance 8,000 referee Ali Bujsaim (UAE (United Arab Emirates Football Association)) Largest win The major


Kuwait City

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Ségou

4,000 referee Domenico Messina (Italy (Italian Football Federation)) goals2 stadium Stade Amare Daou, Ségou attendance 5,000 referee Mourad Daami (Tunisia (Fédération Tunisienne de Football)) goals2 Zerouali (Hicham Zerouali) stadium

Stade Amare Daou, Ségou attendance 3,000 referee Gamal Al-Ghandour (Egypt (Egyptian Football Association)) '''Fanta Damba''' (born in 1938 in Ségou) is a Malian jalimuso (Bambara (Bambara people) female Griot-singer) known to her fans as '''La Grand Vedette Malienne'''. She began singing as a child, growing up in a family of musicians. She began recording in her early twenties with Radio Mali (ORTM (Mali)). In 1975, she became


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