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Titikaveka F.C. is a Cook Islands football club located in Avarua, Cook Islands. It currently plays in Cook Islands Round Cup which is the name for its main football league competition, they have won 14 league titles from 1950 to 1984. The last time the club won the Cook Islands FA Cup was in 1984 when they beat Arorangi 6–1. They have achieved the Double three times in 1950, 1975 and 1984
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Teófilo Juan Cubillas Arizaga is a Peruvian former footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. He was selected as Peru's greatest ever player in an IFFHS poll, in which he was also included in the world's Top 50. He was renowned for his technique, shooting ability and free kick ability.
Jeunesse Esch is a football club, based in Esch-sur-Alzette, in south-western Luxembourg. The side play in the National Division, the highest league in the country, and have won the league title on 28 occasions between 1921 and 2010, the most of any team in Luxembourg.
Havnar Bóltfelag is a Faroese football club, and is one of the oldest in the Faroe Islands. The club was founded in 1904, and is based in the city of Tórshavn. Home matches are played in Gundadalur and they compete in the Faroe Islands Premier League.
The Fiji national football team is Fiji's national men's team and is controlled by the governing body of football in Fiji, the Fiji Football Association. The team plays most of their home games at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva.
Football Club de Metz, commonly referred to as FC Metz or simply Metz, is a French association football club based in Metz, Lorraine. The club was formed in 1932 and plays in Ligue 2, the second division in the French football league system. They plays its home matches at Stade Saint-Symphorien located within the city. The team is currently managed by László Bölöni. Despite never winning the top flight, they have won the Coupe de France twice and the Coupe de la Ligue twice.
Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag, commonly known as KÍ, is a Faroese professional football club based in Klaksvík. The club was founded in 1904 and is one of the most successful Faroese football clubs, having won the Faroe Islands Premier League 20 times and the Faroe Islands Cup 6 times. The club wears blue and white and plays matches at the Við Djúpumýrar stadium.
Al-Jaish Sports Club is a professional football club based in Damascus, Syria that competes in the Syrian Premier League, founded in 1947. The club plays at the Al-Fayhaa Stadium. The team colors are red and white. Al-Jaish is considered the most successful football club in the country and one of the most successful in the region, having won 17 official league titles, 9 Syrian Cups and 3 Syrian Super Cups, being the record holder in the number of league titles. Between 2015 and 2019, Al-Jaish won five consecutive league titles. Al-Jaish have won the domestic double four times.
Young Africans Sports Club, commonly referred as Yanga is a Tanzanian professional football club based in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1935, the club play their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.
Simba Sports Club is a football club based in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam Tanzania,
Tower Insurance Premiership is the top division of the Cook Islands Football Association in Cook Islands. The winner qualifies for the OFC Champions League.
Hussein Saeed Mohammed is an Iraqi former footballer who played as a forward and is a former president of the Iraq Football Association. Saeed is in ninth place in the list of top international goal scorers, with 78 goals. Along with Ahmed Radhi, he is considered to be the best Iraqi player of the 20th century and features in 25th place in Asia's Best Players of the Century list. Hussein is currently the Iraqi national team's highest scoring player with 78 goals.
The Iraq FA Cup, known as the Iraq Cup in Arabic, is an annual knockout football competition in men's domestic Iraqi football. First held in the 1948–49 season for clubs and institutions before returning in 1975–76 for clubs only, it is organised by the Iraq Football Association. The tournament begins with several rounds played between lower division clubs, twelve of which advance to the Round of 32, where the Iraqi Premier League clubs are entered. This is followed by the Round of 16, the quarter-finals, the semi-finals and the final which is played as a single leg in Baghdad.
The sport of football in American Samoa is governed by the Football Federation American Samoa (FFAS), the nations football association. It was founded in 1984, and affiliated to FIFA and to the OFC in 1998. It organizes the FFAS Senior League, the FFAS Women's National League, the men's national team and the women's national team.
Black Rhinos Football Club is a Zimbabwean football club based in Harare. It is a Zimbabwe National Army owned team. They play in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.They are coached by Stanford 'Stix' Mutizwa. Their home stadium is Figaro Stadium the 1 Commando Battalion Football Field.
Nikao Sokattak F.C. is a Cook Islands football club located in Nikao, Rarotonga, Cook Islands. It currently plays in Cook Islands Round Cup, the top level of football in the Cook Islands.
Avatiu FC is a Cook Islands football club located in Avatiu, Cook Islands. It currently plays in Cook Islands Round Cup the main football league competition. They have won six championships and nine Cook Islands Cups, more than any other team.
Matavera FC is a Cook Islands football club located in Matavera, Cook Islands. It currently plays in Cook Islands Round Cup the main football league competition. They have yet to win a championship but have won one Cook Islands Cup.
Takuvaine FC is a Cook Islands football club located in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. It currently plays in Cook Islands Round Cup the main football league competition. They have yet to win a championship but have won two Cook Islands Cups.
Puaikura F.C. is a Cook Islands football club located in Arorangi, Cook Islands. It currently plays in Cook Islands Round Cup the main football league competition. They have won two Cook Islands Round Cup championships in 1985 and 1987 and one Cook Islands Cup in 1985 as Arorangi FC. They competed in the 2004 Cook Islands Round Cup under the name Puaikura FC, where they finished sixth.