LiveScore - Live results, fixtures, soccer stats & odds

Premier League
Championship
FA Cup
League One
League Two
Community Shield
U21 PL
League Cup
  FA Trophy

Serie A 
Serie B
Lega Pro
Coppa Italia
Super Cup
Europa League
Champions League
Olympics
FIFA World Cup
EURO 2016
Copa Americana
CAF CL
Super Cup
World Cup qualif

Jupiler League
First Division B
Superliga
1st Division
Ligue Professionnelle 1
Coupe Nationale
A-League
W-League
FFA Cup
Premyer Liqasi
Premier League
Bolivia - LFPB
First League
Second League
Bundesliga
First League
Regionalliga
Austrian Cup
Premier Liga
Premier Liga
1. HNL
2. HNL
HR Nogometni Cup
First Division
Synot liga
FNL
Czech - Cup
Superliga
1st Division
2st Division
DBU Pokalen
Meistriliiga
Veikkausliiga
Ykkönen
Naisten Liiga
Kakkonen
Super League
Football League
Greek Football Cup
NB I
NB 2
Magyar Kupa
Úrvalsdeild
Premier Division
First Division
Ireland Cup
FAI Cup
Premier League
Russian FNL 
Russian 2. Division
Allsvenskan
Superettan
Division 1
Svenska Cupen
Ukraine
Премьер-лига
Cyprus
1. Division

SOUTH AMERICA

Serie A
Serie B
Copa do Brasil
Primera División
Primera B Nacional
Chile-Primera División
Primera B
Segunda División
Copa Chile
Categoría Primera A
Categoría Primera B
Copa Colombia
Primera A de Ecuador
Primera B de Ecuador
Division Profesional
Primera División
Segunda División
Copa Inca
Primera División
Segunda División
Primera División
Copa Venezuela
NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA
Championship
Primera División
Primera División
Liga Nacional
Liga Nacional
National Premier League
Mexican Liga MX
Liga de Ascenso
Segunda División
Copa México
LPF
MLS
NASL
NWSL Women
USL
US Open Cup

 

Primera División
Segunda División
Super Cup
Copa del Rey
Tercera Division
Bundesliga
2. Bundesliga
3. Liga
DFB Pokal
Oberliga

Ligue 1
Ligue 2
Coupe la Ligue
Super Cup
AFRICA
Bildresultat för algeria flag iconLigue 1
Bildresultat för algeria flag iconCoupe Nationale
Bildresultat för angola flag iconGirabola
Bildresultat för egyp flag iconPremier League
Bildresultat för egyp flag iconSuper Cup
Bildresultat för ghana flag iconPremier League
Bildresultat för nigeria flag iconNPFL
Bildresultat för africa flag iconSouth Africa - PSL
Bildresultat för africa flag iconFirst Division
Bildresultat för africa flag iconMTN 8 Cup
Bildresultat för tunisia flag iconLigue 1 - Tunisia

PREMIER LEAGUE
Watford
Stoke City
Man City
Man United
West Brom
AFC Bournemouth
Southampton
West Ham
Swansea City
Everton
Tottenham
Crystal Palace
Sunderland FC
Chelsea FC
Leicester City
Arsenal
Burnley
Middlesbrough
Liverpool
Wolverhampton

Championship
Huddersfield
Brighton
Norwich City
Fulham
Queens Park Rangers
Newcastle United
Brentford
Barnsley
Bristol City
Nottingham Forest
Aston Villa
Ipswich Town
Birmingham City
Derby County
Cardiff City
Wigan Athletic
Burton Albion
Leeds United
Sheffield
Rotherham 
Reading
Blackburn
Preston North End 
Udinese
Sampdoria
Juventus
Inter
Hellas Verona
Fiorentina
Lazio
Sassuolo
Napoli
Genoa
Milan
Chievo
Carpi
Frosinone
Bologna
Atalanta
Torino
Palermo
Lyonnais 
Guingamp 
Monaco 
Bastia 
Nice 
Empol
Bordeaux 
Saint-Étienne 
Marseille 
Lille 
Gazélec Ajaccio
Rennes 
Reims 
Caen 
Toulouse 
Nantes 
Troyes 
Montpellier 
Levante
FC Barcelona 
Malaga
Real Madrid
Real Sociedad
Atlético Madrid
Eibar 
Athletic Bilbao 
Real Betis 
Celta de Vigo 
Sevilla 
Espanyol 
Valencia 
Rayo Vallecano 
Las Palmas
Granada 
Getafe 
Sporting Gijón

 

Linkpartner:
Manunitedscores.com 

 

Best Soccer teams of All time

10. Arsenal (2004)

The `Arsenal Invincibles' went through the entire 2003-04 Premier League season unbeaten. Despite Juventus equaling this feat in 2012, Arsenal won far more of their games, finishing on 90 points. The team included Theirry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira and Robert Pires. Arsenal's swift, attacking style of football destroyed the opposition, taking them to the league title in emphatic fashion. Their 49-game unbeaten record led to them being declared the Premier League's. 

9. Milan (1988-1994)

During this 6 year period, AC Milan won the European Cup (Champions League) 3 times, and the Italian League 4 times. They dominated European football thanks to a team of world class players, including Paolo Maldini, Marco Van Basten, Ruud Gullit, Frank Rijkaard, and Franco Baresi.

8. Liverpool (1984)

The treble winning Liverpool team of 1984 won the league, a domestic cup, and the European Cup (Champions League) in the same year. They beat Roma in the final of the latter on penalties. Star man, Ian Rush, netted 47 goals in the season. Other notable players were Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness, and Alan Hansen.

7. West Germany (1972-1974)

The German team that won the 1972 European Championships and the 1974 World Cup featured some of the best football players of all time. Led notably by Franz Beckenbauer, the team also included Berti Vogts and their prolific striker, Gerd Müller. They denied Johan Cruyff's famous `total football' Netherlands team with a 2-1 victory in the final of the 1974 World Cup. The video shows the highlights from this epic final.

6. France (1998-2000)

France won the 1998 World Cup, beating hot favorites Brazil 3-0 in the final. They then won the 2000 European Championships, defeating Italy 2-1 with a golden goal from David Trezeguet. Other notable players in the team were Theirry Henry, Zinedine Zidane, Didier Deschamps, Lauren Blanc and Lilian Thuram. They had world class players in every position, although Zidane was instrumental in their success.

5. Real Madrid (1955-1960)

Led by Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskas, the Real Madrid team of the late 50's dominated world football. They won the European Cup (Champions league) five times in a row from 1956 to 1960. This culminated in the 1960 final when they beat Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 in one of the greatest footballing displays of all time

4. Manchester United (1999)

The treble winning Manchester United team of 1998-99 won the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in a single season. It included greats such as Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane and Peter Schmeichal. Like many of Alex Ferguson's teams, they fought until the last whistle, and this was demonstrated in no greater way than the 1999 Champions League final. Against Bayern Munich they came from behind to win with two late goals from Sheringham and Solskjær.

3. Barcelona (2009)

Ten years after Manchester United's achievement, Barcelona won the first ever treble by a Spanish club. They beat United in the final of the Champions League 2-0, destroyed Real Madrid 6-2 to win La Liga, and also won the Copa Del Rey. This season saw the emergence of Lionel Messi as the best player in the world. Under the guidance of Pep Guardiola, Messi more than doubled his tally from the previous campaign. Barcelona's tiki-taka style of play ensured they also won the domestic and UEFA Super Cups, and the FIFA Club World Cup in 2009, turning their treble into a `sextuple'.

2. Brazil (1970)

The 1970 FIFA World Cup saw the greatest World Cup performance of all time. Brazil scored 19 goals in 6 games, culminating in a 4-1 thrashing of Italy in a final where Carlos Alberto scored one of the best goals of all time. Also contributing to their beautiful brand of attacking football were greats such as Pele, Gerson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão.

1. Spain (2007-2012)

For winning 3 successive international football tournaments, the best football team of all time has to be Spain. They won the 2008 and 2012 European Championships, and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Between 2007 and 2009 they went 35 games unbeaten. This included winning all ten of their 2010 World Cup qualification games. Formed almost exclusively from the Barcelona and Real Madrid teams, notable players include David Villa, Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Carles Puyol, Xabi Alonso, and Iker Casillas. 

Here is a video how you can follow live soccer scores on livescore.org.uk and get stats, goalscorer and results from over 500 leagues and 1000 teams.