Real soccer trivia that will make you sound like a pro

If you play trivia and are interested in facts related to the sport of American football, then you are in the right place.

As I’m sure you know, there are thousands of resources for trivia, especially in relation to soccer. So in this article, I will give you a brief overview of this information, as well as some facts that you have probably never heard before.

Ready? Let us begin.

o In 1993, the Kansas City Chiefs made offseason trades for Joe Montana and Marcus Allen. The following season, the Chiefs missed the Super Bowl when they lost to the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship.

o The Green Bay Packers hold the record for the NFL team that has remained in their founding city for the longest period of time. The Packers franchise was established in Green Bay in 1957.

o The highest combined score in Super Bowl history occurred when the San Diego Chargers lost by a score of 26-49 when they played the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX. The combined score of this game is 75.

o In 1974, the sudden overtime death rule was added to the NFL game policy. Many other rules were changed at the same time. For example, kickoffs moved to the 35-yard line from the 40-yard line.

o Beattie feathers of the Chicago Bears was the first person in NFL history to rush more than 1,000 yards in a single season. He accomplished this feat in 1934 when he rushed for 1,004 yards on just 119 carries.

o The first NFL night game was won by the Philadelphia Athletics in 1902. They defeated the Kanaweola Athletic Club in Elmira, New York on November 21.

o The first soccer team to win the NCAA Division II soccer championship was Louisiana Tech. They have not won a championship since that time in 1973.

o The last person to throw an extra point in an NFL game was Doug Flutie. Did this in 2006.

o The Dick Butkus Award is an annual award given to the best linebacker in college football. It was first awarded to Brian Bosworth of the University of Oklahoma in 1985.

o The NFL record for the most punts blocked in a single season is held by Harry Newsom of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who blocked six incredible punts in 1988.

Of course, as I said at the beginning of the article, this information is hardly anything compared to the vast amount of soccer trivia that is available. However, if you’re just getting into trivia, this information is a great start for you. And, if you are a veteran of trivia, I hope you learned something unique by reading this article.