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Amazing Infographic Details The History Of British Football

Mon 27th Jul 2015 | Football Club Management

There’s no doubt about it, Football is the most popular spectator sport in Britain.

In some cities, like Manchester and Liverpool, families are split in their allegiance to a specific team. Love it or hate it, the majority of people in Britain have some awareness of Football.

Whether you fancy yourself as something of an expert, or you’re just a novice, this cool infographic will provide you with some fun facts, with which to impress your friends. It takes you from the origins of the game, right through to the millionaire players of today, in just one glance.

View the infographic here

What’s so great about this infographic?

You may want to know more about this great British game, but not want to take much time to learn. Using this infographic you can learn vital facts, like before 1863 football had no rules. Some may say that’s a good thing with the way some of today’s rules are so hard to interpret, and spoil the flow of the game so much.

It’s interesting to see just how much each of the biggest clubs is worth, with Manchester United having a value of £1973 million. It’s not just in the value of clubs that there are huge financial figures.

Players are not just footballers anymore, they are millionaire superstars. Wayne Rooney alone earns £16.5 million a year.

Check out this informative infographic, and you can see just exactly what some of today’s other highest paid football heroes earn. Special thanks to VoucherBin UK for putting this together.

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