- 1 What is Charlton Athletic’s home attendance record?
- 2 What is Liverpool’s home attendance record?
- 3 What is the biggest football crowd ever?
- 4 Who is Millwall’s biggest rival?
- 5 Which team has beaten Liverpool the most?
- 6 Which is the oldest stadium in the world?
- 7 Which is the oldest football stadium in the world?
What is Charlton Athletic’s home attendance record?
The stadium set its record attendance of 75,031 spectators during an FA Cup match with Aston Villa in 1938.
What is Liverpool’s home attendance record?
Record highest home attendance: 61,905 (against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 1951–52 FA Cup). Highest league home attendance: 58,757 (against Chelsea, First Division in the 1949–50 season). Highest League Cup home attendance: 52,694 (against Tottenham Hotspur, in the 2016–17 season).
What is the biggest football crowd ever?
Maracana Stadium – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (official attendance: 199,854 ) The largest ever “official” attendance step forward the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where just shy of 200,000 people watched Uruguay lift the World Cup trophy back in 1950.
Who is Millwall’s biggest rival?
Millwall’s main rivalry is with East London club West Ham United, with Palace placed second and Charlton third. Crystal Palace fans consider their main rival to be Brighton, with Millwall second and Charlton third.
Which team has beaten Liverpool the most?
The team most often beaten by Liverpool in league competition are Aston Villa; the Anfield club have beaten them 90 times out of 186 meetings. Manchester United have recorded the most league victories over Liverpool, with 68 wins.
Which is the oldest stadium in the world?
The oldest known stadium is the Stadium at Olympia in Greece, where the ancient Olympic Games were held from 776 BC.
Which is the oldest football stadium in the world?
First opened in 1804, Hallam F.C. have played at the ground since 1860. Sandygate has been recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the “Oldest Football Ground in the World”.