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GeismarGeauxer
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Classic soccer games and how to watch replays?
What are some classic soccer games (World Cup, Champions League, El Clasico, USMNT, etc.) and how would one go about finding to watch?


McCaigBro69
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Won't be everything you want, but that link has every match from the 2014 World Cup. Some good American games there (Ghana, Portugal, Belgium).

I have a number of good games downloaded on my computer that I downloaded from r/footballreplay when it was still up and running. Glad I got them when I could.


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Footballia.net


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Full 1970 FA Cup Final replay is on YouTube. Peter Osgood TYFYS.

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After watching our USMNT over the past couple of years, I've opted for middle school soccer.


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drockw1
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I have a number of good games downloaded on my computer that I downloaded from r/footballreplay when it was still up and running. Glad I got them when I could.


Did the same ripping them off my DVR before I cut the cord...watching Bayern/Juve CL 2016 now

YouTube has a ton of highlights from classic matches, though they may not be English broadcasts


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Riseupfromtherubble
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Some good American games there (Ghana, Portugal, Belgium).


The opening minute goal, the Brooks header, the Jermaine Jones cracker, the Ronaldo injury time cross, the legendary performance from Howard, the Wondo missed sitter.

What a roller coaster of emotions that WC was.

Side note, it was easy to tell that KDB would be one of the best players in the world sooner rather than later. He was the best player on the pitch in that belgium match.


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Julian Green TYFYS


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the Ronaldo injury time cross


I turn it off before this.

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it was easy to tell that KDB would be one of the best players in the world sooner rather than later. He was the best player on the pitch in that belgium match.


I would always buy him for City on FIFA from Genk on like FIFA 12. Would turn into like an 87 and had some sweet lime green Nike boots. It was awesome when we bought him IRL lol.

That Belgium lineup against the US was fun. Van Buyten and Kompany at CB with Vertonghen and Alderweireld both at fullback.

Origi started and Lukaku was on the bench. Witsel played for Zenit still and was playing the pivot. Hardly anyone knew who he was. Mirallas came on the late and wasn’t shite yet.

Kind of crazy how that golden generation is about out of time.
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Mirallas


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RedPop4
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KDB was well established by then.


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joey barton
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Footballia looks like it has the Mourinho-Guardiola Clasicos (early 2010s) which were absolutely fricking nuts outside of the 5-0 first one. Probably the most intense soccer I’ve ever watched


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I want to watch Yeovil-Leeds when Stephen Warnock scored tWOAT long range free kick


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GeismarGeauxer
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re: Classic soccer games and how to watch replays?
Which years are best?


GeismarGeauxer
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This one looks good but not playing for me.

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joey barton
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10-11, 11-12: they played an absolute shite ton during that time b/w La Liga, Supercopa de Espana (shoutout to Mourinho gouging Tito’s eyes over a glorified friendly then taking the league), Copa del Rey, and the CL


GeismarGeauxer
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Snow World Cup qualifying game on Facebook live now.
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Just watched Leeds/Lazio away. This goal was fricking mint Lads.

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