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Ronaldo, Forward

Popularly dubbed “The Phenomenon,” he is widely considered to be one of the greatest football players of all time. A three-time FIFA World Player of the Year and two-time Ballon d'Or recipient, Ronaldo, in his 1990s prime, was known for his dribbling at speed, feints and clinical finishing. He was named in the FIFA 100, a list of the greatest living players compiled in 2004, and was inducted into the Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame and the Italian Football Hall of Fame.

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Greats Of The Game | Roberto Carlos, Left-Back

Roberto Carlos started his career in Brazil as a Forward but spent most of his career as a Left-Back and has been described as the “most offensive-minded left-back in the history of the game”.

He was nicknamed El Hombre Bala (“The Bullet Man”) due to his powerful bending free kicks, which have been measured at over 105 miles per hour (169 km/h). He is also known for his stamina, running speed, technical skills, crossing ability, long throw ins and 24-inch (61 cm) thighs. In 1997, he was runner-up in the FIFA World Player of the Year. Considered one of the best left backs in history, he was chosen on the FIFA World Cup Dream Team, and in 2004 was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 list of the world’s greatest living players.

At club level, he joined Real Madrid in 1996 where he spent 11 highly successful seasons, playing 584 matches in all competitions and scoring 71 goals. At Real Madrid, he won four La Liga titles and the UEFA Champions League three times. In April 2013, he was named by Marca as a member of the “Best Foreign Eleven in Real Madrid’s History”. In August 2012, he announced his retirement from football at the age of 39.

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Duchess of Cambridge in 2016

  1. January 6- George’s First Day at Nursery School [No Photos]
  2. January 10- Sunday Service marking the 100th Anniversary of the First World War Gallipoli Campaign
  3. January- Shopping with George
  4. February 7- 75th Anniversary of RAF Air Cadets
  5. February 7- Helicopter Ride
  6. February 7- Video for Children’s Mental Health Week; Video
  7. February- Dinner at The Crown Inn [No Photos]
  8. February 17- Edits Huffington Post in Support of Children’s Mental Health
  9. February 18- RAF Disbandment Parade
  10. February- Shopping
  11. February 24- Visit to Edinburgh: Visits St. Catherine’s Primary School; Visits The Art Room’s Studio at Wester Hailes Education Centre; Visits Craigmount High School for “Tennis on the Road” Released
  12. March 7- Ski Holiday Photos Released
  13. March 10- Private Visit to Maytree; Visits St. Thomas’ Hospital; Screening of The Stranger on the Bridge; Private Discussion with people bereaved by Suicide
  14. March 11- visits XLP Mentoring Programme at London Wall
  15. March 14- Commonwealth Day Service
  16. March 18- Opens EACH’s Charity Shop
  17. March 27- Our Queen at 90 Documentary; Video
  18. April 7- Reception for Natives from India and Bhutan
  19. April 10- Day 1 of Official Visit to India: Arrival; Lays Wreath at Taj Mahal Palace Hotel; Meets with Staff
  20. April 10- Day 1 of Official Visit to India: Visits Oval Maidan; Open-top Bus Tour of Mumbai; Visits Banganga Water Tank; Visits Slum; Meets with Representatives of SMILE
  21. April 10- Day 1 of Official Visit to India: Dinner Gala & Reception
  22. April 11- Day 2 of Official Visit to India: Investiture at Taj Mahal Palace Hotel; Launched GREAT Tech Rocketship Awards; Visits The Social; Arrives in New Delhi; Visits India Gate & Lays a Wreath; Visits Gandhi Smriti
  23. April 11- Day 2 of Official Visit to India: Queen’s Birthday Party
  24. April 12- Day 3 of Official Visit to India: Visits Salaam Baalak Trust
  25. April 12- Day 3 of Official Visit to India: Luncheon
  26. April 12- Day 3 of Official Visit to India: Bohag Bihu Festival
  27. April 13- Day 4 of Official Visit to India: visits Kaziranga National Park
  28. April 13- Day 4 of Official Visit to India: Visits Panbari Village; visits Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation; Visits Kaziranga Discovery Centre
  29. April 14- Day 5 of Official Visit to India: Arrives at Airport
  30. April 14- Day 1 of Official Visit to Bhutan: Arrival
  31. April 14- Day 1 of Official Visit to Bhutan: Visits Thimphu Dzong for Chipdrel; Meets King and Queen; Open-Air Archery Event
  32. April 14- Day 1 of Official Visit to Bhutan: Dinner
  33. April 15- Day 2 of Official Visit to Bhutan: Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery Paro Taktsang
  34. April 15- Day 2 of Official Visit to Bhutan: Reception
  35. April 16- Day 3 of Official Visit to Bhutan: Farewell
  36. April 16- Day 6 of Official Visit to India: Visits Taj Mahal
  37. April 21- Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday Dinner
  38. April 22- Dinner for the Obama’s
  39. April 24- Announces new Mental Health Campaign “Heads Together”
  40. May 3- British Vogue Released
  41. May 4- Opens the Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace
  42. May 4- Lunch Reception for Anna Freud Centre
  43. May 4- “Vogue 100: A Century of Style” Exhibit at National Portrait Gallery
  44. May 15- Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday Celebration
  45. May 16- Heads Together Launch
  46. May 19- Sends Message of Support to attendees at International Children’s Palliative Care Network; New Photo
  47. May 20- Visits Portsmouth for 1851 Trust: Opens Tech Deck Education Centre; Sailing
  48. May 23- Chelsea Flower Show
  49. May 23- Walking with George and Charlotte
  50. May 24- Out with George and Charlotte
  51. May 24- Garden Party
  52. May 24- Meeting with Representatives working in support of services for women in prisons [No Photos]
  53. May 24- Boards Helicopter
  54. May 28- Houghton Hall Horse Trials
  55. May 29- Houghton Hall Horse Trials
  56. June 9- SportsAid’s 40th Anniversary Dinner; Speech
  57. June 10- Queen’s 90th Birthday Thanksgiving Service
  58. June 11- Trooping the Colour
  59. June 12- The Patron’s Lunch
  60. June 13- Order of Garter
  61. June 14- Signs Book of Condolence at American Embassy
  62. June 14- Secretary of State for Northern Ireland’s Garden Party
  63. June 15- Royal Ascot
  64. June 22- A Taste of Norfolk Dinner
  65. June 30- Visits Thiepval Memorial; Vigil at Thiepval Memorial for 100th Anniversary of Battle of Somme
  66. July 1- Opens Thiepval Museum; National Commemorative Event to mark the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme
  67. July 6- Art Fund Museum of the Year Award
  68. July 7- Wimbledon
  69. July 8- Royal International Air Tattoo
  70. July 10- Wimbledon Final
  71. July 16- Visits SAS Camp [No Photos]
  72. July 24- America’s Cup World Series; Presents Trophy
  73. July 26- Arrives in France for Vacation [No Photos]
  74. August 4- Video Wishing Team GB Good Luck in Rio
  75. August 15- Message of Support for Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families [No Photos]
  76. August 24- Visit to Luton: Visits Youthscape; Visits Keech Hospice Care; Visits Hayward Tyler
  77. August 25- Visits YoungMinds UK Helpline Service
  78. September 1- Day 1 of Visit to Cornwall: Visits Truro Cathedral; Visits Zebs; Visits Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm; Visits Nansledan; Visits Tregunnel Hill Project; Visits Wave Project
  79. September 2- Day 2 of Visit to Cornwall: Visits Eden Project; Visits Tresco & St. Martin
  80. September 10- Picnic Lunch with the Queen
  81. September 11- Sunday Service at Crathie Kirk
  82. September 16- Visits Stewards Academy for Heads Together Campaign
  83. September 24- Day 1 of Official Visit to Canada: Arrival; Lays Wreath at Cenotaph
  84. September 25- Day 2 of Official Visit to Canada: Visits Sheway; Visits Immigration Services Society of British Columbia; Event celebrating young leaders in Canadian arts, music, sport, charity, business, and film; Visits Kitsilano Coastguard Station
  85. September 26- Day 3 of Official Visit to Canada: Cultural Celebration; Dedication of the Great Bear Rainforest; Visits Great Bear Rainforest
  86. September 26- Day 3 of Official Visit to Canada: Reception
  87. September 27- Day 4 of Official Visit to Canada: Arrival in Kelowna; Visits University of British Columbia Okanagan; Watches Women’s Volleyball Game; A Taste of British Columbia; Visits Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre
  88. September 28- Day 5 of Official Visit to Canada: Arrival in Whitehorse; Visits MacBride Museum; Meet with Children and Elders taking part in Indigenous Languages Initiatives; visits Youth Art Festival
  89. September 28- Day 5 of Official Visit to Canada: Visits Carcross: Elder Blessing; Song and Welcome Dance by Dakhka Khwaan Dancers; Meets Locals
  90. September 29- Day 6 of Official Visit to Canada: Children’s Party
  91. September 30- Day 7 of Official Visit to Canada: Arrives in Haida Gwaii; Welcome Ceremony; Visits Haida Heritage Centre; visits Haida Gwaii General Hospital
  92. September 30- Day 7 of Official Visit to Canada: Goes Fishing
  93. October 1- Day 8 of Official Visit to Canada: Visits Cridge Centre for the Family; Sailing
  94. October 1- Day 8 of Official Visit to Canada: Farewell
  95. October 10- World Mental Health Day
  96. October 11- Visits to the Netherlands: Meets with King Willem-Alexander; Visits “At Home in Holland: Vermeer and his Contemporaries from the British Royal Collection” at the Mauritshuis; visits British Ambassador’s Residence for Round Table on the themes of Addiction, Intervention, Family, and Mental Health; visits Social Makerspace of Bospolder-Tussendijken
  97. October 14- Visit to Manchester: Visits National Football Museum; Visits Manchester Town Hall; Visits National Graphene Institute; visits Francis House
  98. October 18- Team GB Rio Olympians Reception; Reception for finalists of BBC Radio One’s Teen Hero Awards
  99. November 3- Recovery Street Film Festival; A Street Cat Named Bob Premiere
  100. November 4- Visits HMP Eastwood Park; Visits Nelson Trust Women’s Centre
  101. November 12- Festival of Remembrance
  102. November 13- Remembrance Sunday Service
  103. November 14- Autumn Dinner of the Royal Foundation [No Photos]
  104. November 22- Tea Party to bid Farewell to Dippy the Diplodocus at the National History Museum
  105. November 22- Place2Be Awards; Speech
  106. November 28- Memorial Service for Duke of Westminster
  107. December 7- Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry Board Meeting; Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry Reception [No Photos]
  108. December 8- Met with Juli Beattie [No Photos]
  109. December 8- Diplomatic Reception
  110. December 12- Documentary for 60th Anniversary of Duke of Edinburgh Award; Video
  111. December 14- Special Cub Scout Pack Meeting for 100th Anniversary
  112. December 19- Volunteer Christmas Party
  113. December 20- Pre-Christmas Lunch
  114. December 25- Christmas Day Service
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Greats Of The Game - Ronaldinho, Attacking Midfielder

Club

Paris Saint-Germain

  • UEFA Intertoto Cup (1): 2001

Barcelona

  • La Liga (2): 2004–05, 2005–06
  • Supercopa de España (2): 2005, 2006
  • UEFA Champions League (1): 2005–06

Milan

  • Serie A (1): 2010–11

Atlético Mineiro

  • Copa Libertadores (1): 2013
  • Recopa Sudamericana (1): 2014

International

Brazil

  • Copa América (1): 1999
  • FIFA World Cup (1): 2002
  • FIFA Confederations Cup (1): 2005
  • FIFA U-17 World Championship (1): 1997

Individual

  • Ballon d'Or (1): 2005
  • FIFA World Player of the Year (2): 2004, 2005
  • FIFA World Player of the Year – Bronze award (1): 2006
  • Onze d'Or (1): 2005
  • FIFA 100
  • UEFA Club Forward of the Year (1): 2004–05
  • UEFA Club Footballer of the Year (1): 2005–06
  • UEFA Team of the Year (3): 2004,2005,2006
  • UEFA Ultimate Team of the Year (substitute)
  • FIFPro World Player of the Year (2): 2005, 2006
  • FIFPro World XI (3): 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07
  • World Soccer Magazine World Player of The Year (2): 2004, 2005
  • FIFA Confederations Cup Golden Ball (1): 1999
  • FIFA Confederations Cup Golden Shoe (1): 1999
  • Golden Foot (1): 2009
  • Bola de Ouro (1): 2012
  • South American Footballer of the Year (1): 2013
  • Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame
  • La Liga Assist Leader (1): 2005–06
  • Serie A Assist Leader (1): 2009–10
  • A.C. Milan Hall of Fame

Don’t get sidelined—we’re open. The NFL Draft is happening on our steps, so our East Entrance will be closed beginning today. Be sure to enter through the West Entrance today through Sunday, April 30. And local road closures are in effect, so be sure plan your travels to the Museum accordingly.

Photo via Instagram by @kevinmu

Nine more iconic names will join the National Football Museum Hall of Fame this Thursday. This year’s inductees include Chelsea hero Frank Lampard. Frank Lampard began his career at West Ham, but was to become an icon at Chelsea. The only midfielder to have scored 150 or more Premier League goals during his career, Lampard announced his retirement early in 2017. He won over 100 caps for England, and his a trophy haul includes 3 Premier Leagues, 4 FA Cups and of course a Champions League title. Chelsea’s all-time record goalscorer, he is described by their website as “one of the finest players in Chelsea Football Club’s history, and perhaps the best of the lot.”

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Greats Of The Game | Paul Gascoigne, Midfielder

Known by his nickname, Gazza. He has been described by the National Football Museum as “the most naturally gifted English midfielder of his generation”.

Born and raised in Gateshead, the midfielder signed schoolboy terms with Newcastle United, before turning professional with the top tier (pre-Premier League creation) club in 1985. Three years later he was sold on to Tottenham Hotspur for a £2.2 million fee. He won the FA Cup with Spurs in 1991, before being sold to Italian club Lazio for £5.5 million the following year. In July 1995, he was transferred to Rangers for £4.3 million, and helped the club to two league titles and two trophies. He returned to England in a £3.4 million move to Middlesbrough in March 1998. He made his debut in the Premier League in the 1998–99 season, having already featured in the 1998 Football League Cup Final. He switched to Everton in July 2000, and later had spells with Burnley, Gansu Tianma (China), and Boston United.

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Really excited to have officially launched our new collection from Supporters.Pro; the SoccerWars collection - inspired by the Star Wars films featuring eight character jerseys with original crests.

Buy them here! You can customize them and we offer worldwide shipping. If you are a Star Wars and a Soccer fan we believe these ARE indeed the jerseys you were looking for. Please share and enjoy :)

We are also pleased and extremely proud that our collection is now a feature in the National Football Museum in Manchester. 

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Greats Of The Game - Claudio Taffarel, Goalkeeper

Across an 18-year career Taffarel played for 5 different clubs and received over 100 caps for his country Brazil. Taffarel helped the national team win the 1994 World Cup, also appearing in other eight major international tournaments over the course of one full decade.

Club

Parma

  • Coppa Italia: 2001–02
  • UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup: 1992–93

Galatasaray

  • Süper Lig: 1998–99, 1999–2000
  • Turkish Cup: 1998–99, 1999–2000
  • UEFA Cup: 1999–2000
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2000

Atlético Mineiro

  • Campeonato Mineiro: 1995
  • Copa CONMEBOL: 1997

International

Brazil

  • FIFA World Cup: 1994; Runner-up 1998
  • Copa América: 1989, 1997; Runner-up 1991, 1995
  • Summer Olympic Games: Silver medal 1988
  • FIFA World Youth Championship: 1985

Individual

  • Bola de Ouro: 1988
  • Bola de Prata: 1988
  • IFFHS World’s Best Goalkeeper: Bronze ball 1991, 1994
  • FIFA XI: 1998
  • Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame
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Greats Of The Game - Glenn Hoddle, Midfielder

In 2007, he was inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame, which cited him as one of the most gifted English footballers of his generation, exhibiting “sublime balance and close control, unrivalled passing and vision and extraordinary shooting ability, both from open play and set pieces”.

Tottenham Hotspur

  • UEFA Cup winner: 1984
  • FA Cup winner: 1981, 1982
  • FA Charity Shield shared: 1981
  • FA Charity Shield runner-up 1982

AS Monaco

  • French Division 1 winner: 1987–88
  • French Cup winner: 1991

Individual

  • PFA Young Player of the Year: 1979–80
  • PFA Second Division Team of the Year: 1977–78
  • PFA First Division Team of the Year: 1979–80, 1981–82, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1986–87
  • PFA Team of the Century (1977–1996): 2007
  • French Division 1 Foreign Player of the Year: 1987–88
  • English Football Hall of Fame Inductee: 2007

Yahho !

ういっす みんな!

I will hold the figure of the gallery to July 20 and August 9 - August 15

7月20日と8月9日~8月15日にフィギュアの展示をすることになったよ。

Gallery location is right next to the football museum of Ochanomizu in Tokyo .

場所は東京の御茶ノ水、サッカーミュージアムってところの近く


come to see!

日本にいたら、きてね