The "Match" Book of Football Records

The "Match" Book of Football Records : From the Makers of Britain's Bestselling Football Magazine

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From the UK's most popular football magazine comes the definitive book of football records, presented with all of the action-packed photographs and humour that Match readers know and love. From record transfers to top goalscorers, biggest attendances, fastest goals and most trophies won, The Big Match Book of Records is a one-stop celebration of the biggest and best from the football archives. Features on World Cups, FA Cups and every Premiership club are joined by records from the big foreign leagues (Italy and Spain), the four home nations and the greatest stars to have played the game. Beautifully produced and bursting with colour, this is a book that will delight any young fan of the game this more

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  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 220 x 290 x 26mm | 1,238.3g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 200 colour illustrations
  • 0752226541
  • 9780752226545
  • 543,096

About Match

MATCH launched on September 6 1979 - a season that saw Liverpool win the title and Nottingham Forest crowned kings of Europe. Over the last 30 years MATCH has grown to become the UK's best-selling football magazine, selling over 100,000 copies every week. Featuring the world's biggest stars, the coolest football gear, player posters and quizzes, the magazine also lists every result and goal from the week in its brilliant 'Matchfacts' section. The Match Annual is the third biggest-selling annual every Christmas, behind only the Beano and Doctor Who more

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