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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Fri Mar 15, 2019 5:18 pm

deanox wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:37 pm
BoleynBadges wrote:
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thanks mate hope yopu are well
Doing good Steve, Me and the misses are probably going to move to Dallas later this year but before that Austin has a new pro team https://www.austinboldfc.com/ they play in the USFL I believe out at the formula1 track area.
I will see if they have any badges made up yet. I will also see if the MLS team scheduled to be here in a year or two has anything.
Anyway hope is all good with you and the family and keep up the good work.


mate anybadges you can get your hands on as you no are always very very very elcome been on a downer recently what with the eyes do not like going out only for work i miss being able to go see west ham play not that i would want to go to that place

on a much brighter side me and karen are celebrating our 28th wediing anniversary today so will be having anice dinner tonight with the rest of the family tonight


thanks for the great stuff you have sent me in the past i truly appreciate it only thing i have left to keep me sane now lol all thye best steve karen and the boy's
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:28 pm

i am glad that some of you liked the first one that i did i hope some find this intresting i mightnot be able to get a lot of information about the smaller clubs but i will do my very best to mke it as informative as i can


toiday we are going to have a look at the very well known club from the ukraine shakhtar donetsk


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Football Club Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukrainian: Футбольний клуб «Шахта́р» Донецьк [fudˈbɔlʲnɪj klub ʃɐxˈtɑr doˈnɛtsʲk], short nickname "miners") is a Ukrainian professional football club from the city of Donetsk. In 2014 the club moved to Lviv but has since early 2017 played in Kharkiv and has its headquarters in Kiev.[2]

Shakhtar has appeared in several European competitions and is often a participant in the UEFA Champions League. The club became the first club in independent Ukraine to win the UEFA Cup in 2009, the last year before the competition was revamped as the Europa League. FC Shakhtar Donetsk is one of two Ukrainian clubs, the other being Dynamo Kyiv, who have won a major UEFA competition. The club formerly played its home matches at the Donbass Arena, however, due to the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, the team relocated 600 miles to the west in Arena Lviv in the interim.[3] Following the winter break of the 2016–17 season the club moved to the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv (150 miles to the north of Donetsk) early 2017.[2]

Shakhtar Donetsk is Ukraine's most popular football club,[4] and is particularly favoured in the eastern Donbas region.[4]

The club draws its history from the very start of the Soviet football league competitions and is one of the oldest clubs in Ukraine. The club was a member of the Soviet Voluntary Sports Society of Shakhtyor, having connections with other Soviet teams from Karaganda (Kazakhstan), Soligorsk (Belarus), among others. In the late Soviet period, Shakhtar was considered a tough mid-table club of the Soviet Top League and a cup competition specialist after winning the Soviet Cup two years in a row in 1961 and 1962.

The team has played under the following names: Stakhanovets (1936–46), Shakhtyor (Shakhtar) (1946–92), and FC Shakhtar (1992–present).


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Metalist Stadium: Shakhtar Donetsk
65 Plekhanivs'ka Street, Kharkiv, Kharkiv Oblast, 61000, Ukraine
roadmap [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

To suggest that life has been complicated for Shakhtar Donetsk in recent times would be something of an understatement. They moved into their newly built stadium, Donbass Arena, in 2009 and three years later basked in the praise as the ground was used to host matches in the 2012 European Championships, including quarter-final and semi-final matches. Sadly war broke out in the Donbass region in 2014 and Shakhtar moved their footballing operations to Lviv Arena, more than six hundred miles away in the city of Lviv. They played their games there until 2016 and at that point they moved to Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv.

Kharkiv is slightly closer to the Donbass region, but we’re still talking a distance of around one hundred and fifty miles, so it’s not exactly home. The stadium was previously the home of of the Ukrainian club Metalist Kharkiv, but they went out of business at the end of 2016 and folded. At the start of 2017 a new club named Metalist 1925 was formed and began playing games there alongside Shakhtar Donetsk, but given the club played its first season in the Ukrainian Football Amateur League and moved to the Ukrainian Second League, we won’t be covering the new side for the moment. All club information on this page, therefore, will be solely about Shakhtar Donetsk.


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Metalist Stadium Stats
Year Opened 1926
Capacity 40,003
Average Attendance 10,124
Record Attendance 41,973 (Metalist v Tavria (1980))
Pitch Size 105 x 68 (7140)
Nickname OSC Metalist
Former Name Tractor Stadium, Dzerzhinets Stadium
Owner Kharkiv city council
Clubs Hosted Metalist Kharkiv, Shakhtar Donetsk, Metalist 1925
First Fixture Metalist v Dnipropretovsk (12/09/1926)
FC Shakhtar Donetsk Stats
Year Founded 1936
Nickname Hirnyky (The Miners), Kroty (The Moles)
Club Mascot Mole
Rivals CSKA Moscow, Dynamo Kyiv
Previous Stadiums RSK Olimpiyskyi, Shakhtar Stadium, Donbass Arena, Arena Lviv
Kit Orange, Dark Blue & Black (Home) / Orange, Black & White (Away)
Training Ground Kirsha Training Centre
Shirt Sponsor CKM
Team Owner Rinat Akhmetov
Record Goalscorer Luiz Adriano (128)


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there nickname the moles because like mineres they are underground Kroty (The Moles)
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thanks for your time steve
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by mkhammer » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:47 pm

Their Stadium has similarities to the Iconic....and inside its kinda how I envisaged it being,
be great if it was...

Thanks Again mate ..really interesting.... :D
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by andyginbrasil » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:48 pm

Cheers Steve....great looking stadium
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by deanox » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:00 pm

Cheers Steve, That is a great looking stadium and as said wish our place resembled the inside of theirs.
Tried looking up what it looks like today and this is all I found
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:08 pm

deanox wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:00 pm
Cheers Steve, That is a great looking stadium and as said wish our place resembled the inside of theirs.
Tried looking up what it looks like today and this is all I found

christ i see them photos when i was researching it thought it was when the ground was under construction hope they can get back to normal very soon thanks for posting it dean
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by Newmarket » Sat Mar 16, 2019 7:37 am

It does indeed look a bit similar to our shithole , at least outside anyway.

Top draw Steve 😉
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Sat Mar 16, 2019 10:18 am

Newmarket wrote:
Sat Mar 16, 2019 7:37 am
It does indeed look a bit similar to our shithole , at least outside anyway.

Top draw Steve 😉


thanks mate there was one photo that i could not upload that made it look ev en more like the os
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:49 pm

today we go to where it all started for me the polish club called gornik zabrze the club i follow in poland

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Górnik Zabrze (Polish pronunciation: [ˈɡurɲiɡ ˈzabʐɛ]) is a Polish football club from Zabrze. Górnik is one of the most successful Polish football clubs in history, winning the most Polish Championship titles. The club was a dominant force in the 1960s and 1980s. Górnik holds the record for winning the most consecutive Polish Championship titles (5) and Polish Cup titles (5). In addition, the club was 1969–70 Cup Winners' Cup runners-up.

The club plays in a white or dark blue-red kit, and is based at the Ernest Pohl Stadium. Their main local rival is Ruch Chorzów.

The club was founded in 1948, three years after Polish borders had moved westward and the city of Zabrze became part of the Polish Republic. Górnik was patterned after several smaller sports associations that had existed in Zabrze between 1945 and 1948 – KS Zjednoczenie, KS Pogoń, KS Skra, and KS Concordia. The clubs merged into a single organization, which took the name "Górnik", the Polish word for "Miner", reflecting the fact that Zabrze was an important coal-mining centre.

In 1950 Górnik joined the Opole Silesia regional league. In 1952 the club was promoted to the Polish Second Division. Their first game in the second tier was against Skra Częstochowa, and was witnessed by 20,000 fans, with Górnik winning 5–1. The whole season was very successful and Górnik finished second overall, behind Górnik Wałbrzych.

The club was promoted to the top division in 1955. In their first game in the top flight Górnik beat local rivals Ruch Chorzów 3–1, with 25,000 in attendance; the club finished the season in 6th place.

In 1957, just a year after promotion, Górnik won its first championship of Poland. The team, with star, Ernest Pohl, was third in 1958, to regain the crown in 1959 and 1961, together with such players as Stanislaw Oslizlo and Hubert Kostka. In 1961 Górnik for the first time appeared in European Cups, losing in the first round to Tottenham Hotspur.
Golden years
Ticket to a match against Manchester City in the 1970–71 European Cup Winners' Cup

The next championship, won in 1963, marked the beginning of an unusual streak of five consecutive titles (1963, 64, 65, 66 and 67), which is a Polish record.

Górnik's biggest success in European football took place in 1970 (even though in Poland the team was second, after Legia Warsaw). In the UEFA Cup Winners Cup, Gornik beat all their opponents – Olympiacos, Rangers, Levski Sofia and AS Roma, reaching the final, which took place in Vienna. There, Manchester City turned out to be the better team, winning 2–1. The following season Górnik would once again play Manchester City, with the 1970 final being repeated this time in the quarter-final.
Late 1970s and early 1980s

During the mid-1970s Górnik form deteriorated and in late spring of 1978, the team was relegated to the Second Division. However, it returned after one year and in games of 1979–80, Zabrze's side finished sixth. In 1984, after purchasing of a group of talented players (Ryszard Komornicki, Waldemar Matysik, Eugeniusz Cebrat, Andrzej Zgutczyński, Tadeusz Dolny, Andrzej Pałasz), Gornik finished fourth, which was a sign of better times.
Late 1980s until now

Between 1985 and 1988 Górnik again marked a magnificent streak, with four consecutive championships. Zabrze's side also played versus renowned European powerhouses, such as Bayern Munich, Anderlecht, Hamburger SV, Juventus and Real Madrid.
Ernest Pohl Stadium

In 1994 Górnik competed again for the title and with players as Jerzy Brzęczek, Grzegorz Mielcarski, Tomasz Wałdoch, hopes were high. Before the last round of the league the standings at the top were: Legia 47 points and Górnik 45 points. Since the two teams were to face each other in Warsaw, Górnik still had a chance to win the title. However the game ended in a 1–1 tie which gave Legia the crown. Before Legia scored the goal which gave her the title (the score 0–1 would mean the title for Górnik), the referee of the match – Mr Redzinski – sent off one by one 3 players from Gornik's squad, and Górnik had to finished match with only 8 players against 11 players of Legia. It was the last match in Mr Redzinski's career.

In the same year, Górnik played its last so far game in European Cups, losing to Admira Wacker Vienna.

In the spring of 2007 Górnik got a new sponsor – German insurance company Allianz. However, after finishing 16th in the Ekstraklasa in 2008–09, the club was relegated to the Polish First League, the 2nd level of Polish football, during the 2009–10 season. In June 2010, the club earned promotion back to the Ekstraklasa for the 2010–11 season.

Ekstraklasa
1st Place (14-record): 1957, 1959, 1961, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1966–67, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88
2nd Place (4): 1962, 1968–69, 1973–74, 1990–91
Polish Cup
Winner (6): 1964–65, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1969–70, 1970–71, 1971–72
Runner-up (7): 1955–56, 1956–57, 1961–62, 1965–66, 1985–86, 1991–92, 2000–01
Polish SuperCup:
Winners (1): 1988
European Cup:
Quarter-Final (1): 1967–68
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:
Runner-up (1): 1969–70




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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Thu Apr 11, 2019 8:58 pm

lets go to turkey and Zonguldak Kömürspor


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Zonguldakspor is a local football club in Zonguldak, Turkey. It is also known as Kara Elmas (Dark Diamond). The club was founded in 1986 and won all of Zonguldak League until 1966.

It promoted to First League after winning the White Group of Second League championship in 1973–74 season. It became a nightmare team for Big Trees in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was the most successful in 1979–80 season and became the 3rd. It pined away after 4th in 1981–82 season and relegated to Third League after two successive seasons between 1987–1989. It yoyoed between old Second and Third Leagues after 1989. It was one of the founder teams of the new Third League, which is the fourth tier of the Turkish League system in 2001. It promoted to Second League after finishing as champion at Third Group of Third League in 2001–2002 season. It missed out promotion to Second League Category A next season. It pined away again after 2002–2003 season and relegated to Third League after finishing 8th or last in Fourth Classifiment Group of Second League Category B in 2005–2006 season. It struggled to escaping from relegation to Amateur League because of financial straits until 2007–2008 season. It finally relegated to Zonguldak Super Amateur League after losing 3–2 away match against Beylerbeyi, who is Galatasaray's pilot team and promoted to Second League, at Round 29. It finished 13th or 4th from last in Fourth Group of Third League. Its relegation meant no representative of Zonguldak province at Turkish League since 2008. Zonguldakspor finished Zonguldak Super Amateur as runner-up in 2008–2009 season and as champion in 2009–10 one and finally qualified for Regional Amateur League. It finished 4th this group and was forced to play-out against Demir Madencilik Dilaverspor, play-off winner of Zonguldak Super Amateur. Club lost it with 4–2 defeat in April 24, 2011 and relegated to Zonguldak Super Amateur.[1] Zonguldakspor changed Its name as Fenerspor and color as dark red-blue in May 10, 2011.[2] Also Demir Madencilik Dilaverspor, was founded in 1986, changed its name from red-white to red-navy and was renamed as Zonguldak Kömürspor in May 18, 2011. Fenerspor currently doesn't field team. Zonguldak Kömürspor finally promoted to Third League in 2013–14 season. Komürspor finished 1st Group of 3rd league as 3rd in 2014-15 season and qualified promotion play-offs. However it was eliminated by Istanbulspor in semifinal due to away goal rule. It finished 1st group of 3rd League as 4th and again qualified promotion play-offs. It eliminated Tire 1922 with 4-1 aggregate in semifinal. It faced with Kızılcabölükspor in final. It beat them as 2-1 and promoted to third level in 2015-16 season.

Turkish Super League: 1974–88
TFF First League: 1966–74, 1988–89, 1992–99
TFF Second League: 1989–92, 1999–01, 2002–06
TFF Third League: 2001–02, 2006–08
Turkish Regional Amateur League: 2010-11
Amatör Futbol Ligleri 2008-2010

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