The world's first football team
Sheffield Football Club, founded in 1857.
1857 The world's first football team
Sheffield Football Club is founded on October 24th, by the pioneers, Nathaniel Creswick and William Prest
1859 'Mob football'
Starting with the foundation of the club in 1857, the club’s committee studies the various rules.
1860 First inter-club game
On Boxing Day in 1860, Sheffield FC plays the first inter-club game against Hallam FC at Sandygate Lane.
1863 English Football Association
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1866 The first inter-city match
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1867 The world's first football tournament
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1872 The first international match
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1878 The first match under floodlights
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