Gerd Müller of Bayern Münich and Dietmar Schwager of Kaiserslautern shake their hands during the Bundesliga match between their teams, 31 January 1970.
Nurses have a bit of fun, WWII.
La foule des grands jours à Highbury avant Arsenal-Tottenham Hotspur. Janvier 1934.
Die Mannschaft 2010 for Strenesse.
I don’t care what team these players play for. I respect any man who treats his club like his home. The players who decide that they will not leave till they are kicked out. No number of trophies, no amount of money or fame can take them away because they know that winning something with their own team will be better than anything another team could ever offer them.
Belgium NT draw by kids: The defenders
Regina Schmeken “Unter Spielern” 3:0, Hamburg, 15.11.2011, Toni Kroos
Comme des Garcons Spring/Summer 13 Patchwork Football Scarf.
But I love the football that brings people together across religious divides, geographic divides, political divides. I love the fact that for ninety minutes in a rectangular piece of grass, people can forget hopefully, whatever might be going on in their life, rejoice in this communal celebration of humanity. The biggest diverse, invasive or pervasive culture that human kinds knows is football and I love the fact that at the altar of football human kind can come worship and celebrate. x