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1964 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season

The 1964 St. Louis Cardinals season was the teams 45th year with the National Football League and the fifth season in St. Louis. The cardinals 9-3-2 was ranked second in the Eastern conference, finishing a half game behind the 10-3-1 Cleveland Br ...

                                               

1964 NAIA football season

The 1964 NAIA football season, as part of the 1964 college football season in the United States, was the ninth season of college football sponsored by the NAIA. The season was played from August to December 1964, culminating in the ninth annual N ...

                                               

1964 NCAA University Division football rankings

Two human polls comprised the 1964 National Collegiate Athletic Association football rankings. Unlike most sports, college footballs governing body, the NCAA, does not bestow a national championship, instead that title is bestowed by one or more ...

                                               

1964 NCAA University Division football season

The NCAA was without a playoff for the major college football teams in the University Division, later known as Division I-A, during the 20th century. The NCAA recognizes Division I-A national champions based on the final results of polls includin ...

                                               

1964 NCAA College Division football season

The 1964 NCAA College Division football season was the ninth season of college football in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the NCAA College Division level.

                                               

1964 Florida A&M Rattlers football team

The 1964 Florida A&amp,M Rattlers football team was an American football team that represented Florida A&amp,M University as a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference during the 1964 NCAA College Division football season. In th ...

                                               

1964 Indiana State Sycamores football team

The 1964 Indiana State Sycamores football team represented Indiana State University in the 1964 NCAA College Division football season. The It Sycamores finished the season with an overall record of 6–2 and finished in a five-way tie for the India ...

                                               

1964 NCAA College Division football rankings

The 1964 NCAA College Division football rankings are from the United Press International poll of College Division head coaches and from the Associated Press. The 1964 NCAA College Division football season was the seventh year UPI published a Coac ...

                                               

1964 State College of Iowa Panthers football team

The 1964 State College of Iowa Panthers football team represented the State College of Iowa in the 1964 college football season. The Panthers offense scored 269 points while the defense allowed 100 points.

                                               

1964–65 FA Cup qualifying rounds

The FA Cup 1964–65 is the 84th season of the worlds oldest football knockout competition, The Football Association Challenge Cup, or FA Cup for short. The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down the English football league s ...

                                               

1964–65 DFB-Pokal

The 1964–65 DFB-Pokal was the 22nd season of the annual German football cup competition. It began on 16 January 1965 and ended on 22 May 1965. 32 teams competed in the tournament of five rounds. In the final Borussia Dortmund defeated Alemannia A ...

                                               

1964 Djurgårdens IF season

The 1964 season was Djurgårdens IFs 64th in existence, their 20th season in Allsvenskan and their fourth consecutive season in the league. They were competing in Allsvenskan and 1964–65 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.

                                               

1964–65 USM Alger season

In the 1964–65 season, USM Alger is competing in the Championnat National for the 3rd season, as well as the Algerian Cup. They will be competing in Championnat National, and the Algerian Cup.

                                               

1964–65 Birmingham City F.C. season

The 1964–65 Football League season was Birmingham City Football Clubs 62nd in the Football League and their 38th in the First Division. Having replaced Gil Merrick as manager with coach Joe Mallett, newly arrived from Nottingham Forest, they fini ...

                                               

1964–65 Blackpool F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was Blackpool F.C. s 57th season in the Football League. They competed in the 22-team Division One, then the top tier of English football, finishing seventeenth. Ray joint was the clubs top scorer for the seventh season in a ro ...

                                               

1964–65 Brentford F.C. season

During the 1964–65 English football season, Brentford competed in the Football League Third Division. Despite topping the table between September and October 1964, the worst away record in the division and a change of managers in January 1965 der ...

                                               

1964–65 Chester F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was the 27th season of competitive association football in the Football League played by Chester, an English club based in Chester, Cheshire. In addition, it was the seventh season spent in the fourth division after its creatio ...

                                               

1964–65 Colchester United F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was Colchester Uniteds 23rd season in their history and their third successive season in the Third Division, the third tier of English football. Alongside competing in the Third Division, the club also participated in the FA Cu ...

                                               

1964–65 Everton F.C. season

P = Matches played, W = Matches won, D = Matches drawn, L = Matches lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, GA = Goal average, GD = Goal difference, Pts = Points

                                               

1964–65 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season

Huddersfield Towns 1964–65 campaign was mainly a season of change for the Terriers, with Roger B. Kaye becoming the new chairman just before the start of the season, followed by the departure of manager Eddie Boot after just 3 games. Tom Johnston ...

                                               

1964–65 Liverpool F.C. season

Liverpool F.C. won its first ever FA Cup, thanks to a 2-1 additional time-victory against Leeds United in the final. The clubs first final for 50 years, and the resultant title saved a season, in which Liverpool slipped from first to 7th in the d ...

                                               

1964–65 Manchester United F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was Manchester Uniteds 63rd season in the Football League, and their 20th consecutive season in the top division of English football. They finished the season as league champions for the sixth time in their history, with teenag ...

                                               

1964–65 Mansfield Town F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was Mansfield Towns 28th season in the Football League and 4th in the Third Division, they finished in 3rd position with 59 points, missing out on promotion on goal average to Bristol City.

                                               

1964–65 Port Vale F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was Port Vales 53rd season of football in the English Football League, and their sixth season in the Third Division. They went on a club record streak of 13 home games without a clean sheet from 26 September to 15 March. After ...

                                               

1964–65 Stoke City F.C. season

The 1964–65 season was Stoke Citys 58th season in the Football League and the 34th in the First Division. Stokes main goal for the season 1964-65 was to fix itself in the first division and, despite not being the highest score and Stoke finished ...

                                               

1964–65 SV Werder Bremen season

The 1964–65 SV Werder Bremen season is the 55th season in the football clubs history and 2nd consecutive and overall season in the top flight of German football, the Bundesliga, having earned qualification for the inaugural season from the Oberli ...

                                               

1964–65 Inter Milan season

Due to the European achievement in 1963–64 season, Inter also debuted in the Intercontinental Cup facing off with Independiente. After two legs, the aggregate score resulted in a draw, the cup was awarded by a tie-breaker, in which Inter won 1–0 ...

                                               

1964–65 Aberdeen F.C. season

The 1964-65 season was Aberdeens 52nd season in the top flight of Scottish football and their 54th season overall. Aberdeen competed in the Scottish League Division One, Scottish League Cup, Scottish Cup and the Summer Cup.

                                               

1964–65 Dumbarton F.C. season

Season 1964–65 was the 81st football season in which Dumbarton competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Football League for the 59th time, the Scottish Cup for the 70th time and the Scottish League Cup for the 18th time.

                                               

1964–65 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

During the 1964–65 season Hearts competed in the Scottish First Division, the Scottish Cup, the Scottish League Cup, the Summer Cup and the East of Scotland Shield.

                                               

1964–65 Mersin Idmanyurdu season

Mersin Idmanyurdu Sports Club, located in Mersin, east Mediterranean coast of Turkey in 1964-1965. The 1964–65 season was the 2nd season of Mersin Idmanyurdu football team in Second League, the second level division in Turkey. The team finished 1 ...

                                               

1964–65 FK Partizan season

The 1964–65 season was the 19th season in FK Partizans existence. This article shows player statistics and matches that the club played during the 1964–65 season.

                                               

Holm Park

Holm Park is a football stadium in Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is the home ground of Armagh City F.C. The stadium holds 3.000. It is also used by Windmill Stars F.C.

                                               

Basketball at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Mens team rosters

The following players represented Australia: John Heard. (Джон Слышал) John Gardiner. (Джон Гардинер) Werner Linde. (Вернер Линде) Laszlo Hodi. (Ласло Ходи) Brendon Hackwill. (Брендон Hackwillбыл) Bill Wyatt. (Билл Уайет) Mike Dancis. (Майк Danci ...

                                               

Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Mens individual road race

The mens individual road race was a road bicycle racing event held as part of the Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics programme. It was held on 22 October 1964. The course, just short of 25 kilometres, was covered 8 times for a total distance of ...

                                               

Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Mens team time trial

The mens team road race time trial was a road bicycle racing event held as part of the Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics programme. It was held on 14 October 1964. 33 teams of 4 cyclists competed. The course was slightly over 36.6 kilometres lo ...

                                               

Brabham BT10

The Brabham BT10 was a Formula 2 racing car designed by Ron Tauranac and powered by a 1.500 cc Cosworth 109E engine. Motor Racing Developments ran the BT10 in Formula Two, The BT10 campaigned fairly successfully in F2, taking several wins. The ca ...

                                               

Brabham BT11

The Brabham BT11 is a Formula One racing car built in 1964, mainly for use by privateers in grand prix racing, but was also used by the Brabham works team during 1964 and 1965. It was the only competitive car of the period available to privateers ...

                                               

BRM P261

The BRM P261, also known as the BRM P61 Mark II, is a Formula One motor racing car, designed and built by the British Racing Motors team in Bourne, Lincolnshire, England. The BRM P261 was introduced for the 1964 Formula One season, and its design ...

                                               

Lotus 33

The Lotus 33 was a Formula One car designed by Colin Chapman and Len Terry and built by Team Lotus. A development of the successful Lotus 25, in the hands of Jim Clark it won 5 World Championship Grands Prix in 1965, assisting Clark to his second ...

                                               

1964 Aintree 200

The 9th Aintree 200 was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 18 April 1964 at Aintree Circuit, England. The race was run over 67 laps of the circuit, and was won by Australian driver Jack Brabham in a Brabham BT7. For most part of the ...

                                               

1964 Speedway World Team Cup

1964 Speedway World Team Cup was the fifth FIM Speedway World Team Cup season. The final took place in Abensberg, West Germany. The World Champion title was won by Sweden who beat Soviet Union, Great Britain and Poland.

                                               

Volleyball at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Mens team rosters

The following squads took part in the 1964 Mens Olympic Volleyball Tournament. It was the first edition of the event, organised by the worlds governing body, the FIVB in conjunction with the IOC. It was held in Yokohama and Tokyo, Japan from 13 t ...

                                               

1965–66 Iraqi Central Premier League

The 1965–66 Iraqi Central Premier League was the 18th season of the Iraqi Central League, and the first under the name of Premier League. It kicked off on 15 October 1965 and ended on 2 June 1966. This was the first season that featured a double ...

                                               

1966 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA)

The 31 teams were drawn into nine groups of three or four teams each, however, after the withdrawals of Malta, Iceland and Syria, one group had just two teams, three groups had three teams and the remaining five groups had four teams. The teams p ...

                                               

1965–66 Football League First Division

Liverpool won the First Division title for the seventh time in the clubs history that season. They made sure of that with a 2–1 win over Chelsea at Anfield on April 30, and ended the season 6 points clear of Leeds United. Blackburn Rovers were re ...

                                               

1966 Meistaradeildin

The 1966 Meistaradeildin was a season of the Faroe Islands Premier League, the top-level association football league in the Faroe Islands. It was contested by five teams, with KI Klaksvik winning the championship.

                                               

1965–66 Bundesliga

The 1965–66 Bundesliga was the third season of the Bundesliga, West Germanys premier football league. It began on 14 August 1965 and ended on 28 May 1966. Werder Bremen were the defending champions.

                                               

1965–66 Liga Leumit

The 1965–66 Liga Leumit season saw Hapoel Tel Aviv crowned champions and qualify for the first Asian Club Championships. Moshe Romano and Mordechai Spiegler were the joint top scorers with 17 goals each. Beitar Jerusalem-Maccabi Petah Tikva and t ...

                                               

1965–66 Scottish Division One

The 1965–66 Scottish Division One was won by Celtic by two points over city rivals Rangers. Morton and Hamilton Academical finished 17th and 18th respectively and were relegated to the 1966-67 Second Division.

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