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The Ultimate Football Quiz Welcome to the Ultimate Football Quiz The Rules: Enter as an Individual or a Team see Quiz Master for entry Maximum size of a team is 6 people Winner or winning team gets the cash prize and Title of ‘The Ultimate Football Brain’ The Ref says “No iPhone’s or other Smart Phones (please)”
The Ultimate Football Quiz First Half 1. Team Round 2. Picture Round 3. World Cup 4. English Premier League
First Half Kick Off Round 1: Team Round Questions about teams…
Team RoundQ1 Which Premiership team shares its name with a team from the top tier of Argentine football?
Team Round Q2 Name the manager of Blackpool FC newly promoted to the Premier League.
Team Round Q3 Which South African football club shares the name with a famous Brit Pop band? Clue the band are from Leeds.
Team Round Q4 Which club was Harry Rednapps’ first managerial charge? Is it A. Southampton B. Bournemouth C. Portsmouth D. Westham
Team Round Q5 Which current Premiership team did not compete in the 1922 FA Cup competition because they forgot to post their entry form?
Team Round Q6 In 1993 Manchester United won the League. How many years had passed since they had laid claim to the title Was it (a) 26 years (b) 18 years (c) 23 years
Team Round Q7 Which Club did Brian Clough manage from 1967 to 1973?
Team Round Q8 Which team won the Premiership in 1995 ?
Team Round Q9 Which club is the oldest in the football league Is it (a) Burnley (b) Notts County (c) Ashton Villa
Team Round Q10 Which team was the first to reach the FA Cup final three years in succession on two separate occasions?
Round 2: Picture Round A number of football picture-questions
Pictures Round 1. What is this dog famous for. Bonus 2 points if you can give the dog’s name.
Pictures Round 2. This picture is from the 2008/9 Championship match Watford v Reading. What happened next?
Pictures Round 3. Name the player doing the scissor kick
Pictures Round 4. Which teams mascot is this.?
Pictures Round 5. This is Scottish International Chris Iwelumo. Can you explain what just happened?
Pictures Round 6. Whose finger is this up the nose of a Leeds United player. Bonus point for naming the Leeds United player.
Pictures Round 7. Can you name the manager remonstrating with the match official?
Pictures Round 8. Can you name the two players shown here (1 point for each)
Pictures Round 9. Can you name the player?
Pictures Round 10. Can you name the player?
Round 3: World Cup In the round we quiz you on your World Cup knowledge
World Cup 1. How many goals did Gary Lineker score in the 1986 World Cup Finals? Was it (a) 4 (b) 7 (c) 6 (d) 5
World Cup 2. Name the 7 countries that have won the World cup 1 point if you get at least 5 of the 7 2 points if you get all 7
World Cup 3. Who won the Gold Boot (or Golden Shoe) award at the France 1998 World cup Finals
World Cup 4. What is the Yashin Award and a bonus point for the current holder.
World Cup 5. In which year did England not lose a World cup tournament game and also not go out on penalties and not win the competition?
World Cup 6. Who was the manager of the German team that finished runners up in the 2002 World Cup Finals
World Cup 7. How many times has Holland played in the Final of the World Cup Finals?
World Cup 8. Which of these players have scored the most goals in one single World Cup tournament? A. Pele B. Gerd Muller C. Just Fontaine D. Maradona
World Cup 9. Name the official mascot for the 2010 World Cup Final?
World Cup 10. When was the last time the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea team reached the World Cup final?
World Cup 11. In the 1978 World Cup Argentina defeated Netherlands 3-1 in the finals. However the Dutch team was missing their captain and icon, Johann Cryuff from the team? Why?
World Cup 12. Who was the Captain of the 1970 World Cup winning Brazilian team; known as the greatest team ever?
Round 4: English Premier League All questions about the English Premier League
English Premier League 1. In the season who became the Premiership’s youngest goal scorer: Was it (a) James Milner (for Leeds United) (b) Wayne Rooney (for Everton)
English Premier League 2. Which club won 4 of the first 5 Premiership Titles?
English Premier League 3. Who scored for Blackburn Rovers against Everton just 13 seconds into the match in April 1995?
English Premier League 4. Eric Cantona was the footballer of the year in but who was the top scorer?
English Premier League 5. Who is the all-time top scorer in the Premier League (Premier League goals only), Bonus 2 points if you know the number of goals
English Premier League 6. Only four clubs have won the Premier League title name all four?
English Premier League 7. Which player holds the current record for all time appearances in the Premier League? Is it (a) Ryan Giggs (b) David James (c) Frank Lampard (d) Gary Speed
English Premier League 8. Who were the last team to win the top flight English league (the First Division) 1991/92 before the Premiership was formed? Bonus point if you can also name the manager of that team (at that time).
English Premier League 9. Name the top four stadiums ranked in order of capacity for teams currently playing in the Premiership 1 point for each and a bonus point if you can list them in order of capacity (largest being first)
English Premier League 10. Which player scored the first ever goal in the Premiership? Was it? (a) Paul Wilkinson (Middlesbrough) (b) Brian Deane (Sheffield United) (c) Mark Robins (Norwich City)
Half Time Time for the Quiz master to announce the half time scores and for you to get a pint ! Half Time Anagram Round Unscrambled to reveal three famous football names Adage Aid Moron Uh I Dung Skid A Beaten Friz
The Ultimate Football Quiz Second Half 5. Quotations 6. Football History 7. Rules of the Game 8. Shout it Out
Second Half Kick Off Round 5: Quotations Famous quotes from the world of football
Quotations 1. Which former Manchester United player said: “When the seagulls follow the trawler it’s because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea.”
Quotations 2. Which former England manager said: “ I do want to play the long ball, and I do want to play the short ball. I think the long and the short balls is what football is all about.”
Quotations 3. Which former Manchester United player once said: “I could join Alcoholics Anonymous. Only problem is I can’t remain anonymous”
Quotations 4. Which England football legend once said : “Well stone me. We’ve had cocaine, bribery and Arsenal scoring two goals at home. But just when you thought there truly were no surprises left in football, Vinnie Jones turns out to be an international player.”
Quotations 5. Who said: “Sir Alex Ferguson is the best manager I’ve ever had at this level. Well, he’s the only manager I’ve actually had at this level. But he’s the best manager I’ve ever had.”
Quotations 6. Which former Leeds United player said: “I would not be bothered if we lost every game as long as we won the League”
Quotations 7. Which manager once said: “I’m sure the England selectors thought if they took me on and gave me the job, I’d want to run the show. They were shrewd because that’s exactly what I would have done”
Quotations 8. Which retired Welsh player once said: “I couldn’t settle in Italy – it was like living in a foreign country”
Quotations 9. Which former Manchester United player said: “My nan loves to watch me on TV but is always remarking on how often I seem to argue with the referees.”
Quotations 10. Can you complete the following lyrical commentary by English football commentator and writer John Motson. “United were strolling, until Fowler had them rolling. But when it was time to convince,....”
Round 6: Football History In this round will ask you about events in the history of football.
Round 6: Football History 1. Which is the only city to have staged top division football since 1888?
Round 6: Football History 2. Who was the first ever player to amass 41 disciplinary points in the Premiership?
Round 6: Football History 3. In what year was the first ever FA cup Final played? Was it, (a) 1848 (b) 1901 (c) 1889 (d) 1872
Round 6: Football History 4. Who was the first player to win 100 caps for England?
Round 6 : Football History 5. What year was the first ever World cup Finals held. Was it (a) 1934 (b) 1926 (c) 1930 (d) 1922
Round 6: Football History 6. Why were the FA Cup Finals of 1946 and 1947 delayed? (a) Due to water-logged pitch (b) Because of a burst ball (c) Industrial action by British Rail delayed fans arrival to the ground (d) The first two post World War II FA Cup games observed 5 minutes silence before the game
Round 6: Football History 7. The English 1 st Division was cut to 21 clubs in 1987 and then to 20 in What happened in 1992?
Round 6: Football History 8. In 1901, Mrs. Cadman established what has now become tradition in the FA Cup Final? (a) She sang the National Anthem before the game (b) She organized the victory parade for the winning team (c) She tied the winner’s ribbons to the trophy (d) She baked the FA Cup cake that’s given to the winners after the game
Round 6: Football History 9. What is the origin of the term ‘soccer’?
Round 6: Football History 10. Only three clubs among the original 12 to form the English Football League in 1888 were in the first Premiership season. Came you name them? 1 point for each.
Round 7: Rules of the Game In this round we quiz you on the technicalities of football
Round 7: Rules of the Game 1. During the match, an outside object like another ball enters the field of play. Should the referee stop the game?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 2. In a recent Champion’s league game, Porto FC scored a goal on Arsenal through a quickly taken free-kick. If an Arsenal player had prevented the free-kick from being taken, what could the referee do?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 3. Is it permissible for the goal-keeper to take a throw-in?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 4. When was three points for a win introduced?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 5. What is the mandatory retirement age for a referee?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 6. What is awarded to the opposing team if a player spits at an opponent?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 7. If a match goes to a penalty shoot-out and one team is reduced to 10 players on the field because of a sending off. What happens?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 8. If a match goes to a penalty shoot-out, can a team make substitutions?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 9. In which decade was an obstruction made an offence in League football?
Round 7: Rules of the Game 10. There are three situations in which a player cannot be ruled offside. Name them?
Round 8: Shout it Out In this round the identity of famous football personalities will be revealed in a series of photos. The First Team or Individual to correctly shout out the name of the football personality gets the points. Quiz master to decide who gets the points.
Shout it Out 1. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 1. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 1. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 1. Jose Mourinho
Shout it Out 2. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 2. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 2. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 2. Ronaldinho
Shout it Out 3. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 3. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 3. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 3. Carlos Tevez
Shout it Out 4. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 4. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 4. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 4. Eric Cantona
Shout it Out 5. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 5. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 5. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 5. Theo Walcott
Shout it Out 6. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 6. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 6. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 6. Lionel Messi
Shout it Out 7. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 7. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 7. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 7. John Terry
Shout it Out 8. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 8. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 8. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 8. Ronaldo
Shout it Out 9. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 9. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 9. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 9. Paul Gascoigne
Shout it Out 10. A 3 pts
Shout it Out 10. B 2 pts
Shout it Out 10. C 1 pt
Shout it Out 10. Arsene Wenger
Full Time Time for another pint! Who will be crowned the Ultimate Football Quiz Champions Quiz Master to announce the Final Scores And the winner!