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The GoobNet Global Football Derby Quiz

There are many cities around the world that have more than one football club. In most of these cities, the football clubs hate one another. How much do you know about how much these football clubs hate one another? Here is your opportunity to find out.

1. The Old Firm derby of Glasgow clubs Rangers and Celtic have won 97 Scottish championships between them, with all other Scottish clubs accounting for:

2. In the 2011-2 Argentine league season, no Buenos Aires Superclásico matches were played due to:

3. Of these London derbies, the oldest, in terms of earliest first meeting between the sides, is:

4. The sides involved in Mexico’s Clásico Tapatío, Atlas and Chivas, first played a competitive match against one another in 1917 but never met in the Mexican league playoffs until:

5. Rio de Janeiro’s Fla-Flu derby began in 1911 when several players quit the Fluminense club to start a football team at Flamengo, which had been founded as a:

6. The only man who has played both for Liverpool against Everton and for Everton against Liverpool in the same season is:

7. In the Los Angeles Superclásico, Chivas USA have defeated the Galaxy four times in 26 matches, including:

8. Longstanding rivalries exist amongst Istanbul football clubs Beşiktaş, Fenerbahçe, and Galatasaray, of which all these are true except:

9. The only competition in which Manchester City lead the all time series with Manchester United is:

10. According to the Confédération Africaine de Football, the top two African clubs of the 20th century were Al Ahly and Zamalek, bitter rivals who both reside in the city of:

11. Although many cities have stadiums for each club, AC Milan and Internazionale have shared the same stadium since 1947, a ground named for Italian footballer:

12. The first rivalry in Australia’s A-League began two years ago, when Melbourne Heart were established to join an existing club called:

13. Two of the worst tragedies in the history of football derbies occurred in 1991 and 2001 in South Africa, both at matches between Johannesburg rivals:

14. The Seoul Super Match became a city derby in 2004, when FC Seoul was formed by the move to Seoul of longstanding Suwon Bluewings rivals:

15. The new Meadowlands stadium in New Jersey is illuminated green or blue depending upon whether the Jets or Giants are playing, an idea borrowed from the stadium built in 2005 to host city rivals:

16. The Barcelona derby was last swept by Espanyol in the season of:

Error: Answer all sixteen questions

SCORE: /16

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