5 days ago|Dream Team 23
1950s Hungary: The Mighty Magyars
The Hungarian football team of the 1950s changed the sport of football, changing the way it was played and breaking records in the process. A new style of play under Sebes' visionary leadership and Puskas' superb on-pitch leadership
10 days ago|Dream Team 73
1962-63 Santos: ‘Alvinegro da Vila’ South America’s greatest
The Santos team of the 1962 and 1963 seasons is regarded as one of the best in South American football history, and it is regarded as the pinnacle of renowned striker Pele's club career. A look at the 1962-63 Santos FC.
11 days ago|Dream Team 54
1997-2005 Real Madrid: The Galactico era
Real Madrid had gone 32 years without winning the European Cup until the end of the 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, when they won the UEFA Champions League in 1998, 2000, and 2002. A look at the 1997 - 2005 Real Madrid Galactico era.
14 days ago|Dream Team 174
1973-76 Bayern Munich: Deutschland’s first World beaters
Bayern formed the backbone of West Germany's first UEFA European Championship-winning side in 1972, which is still widely regarded as the best German national team ever assembled. A look at the 1973-76 Bayern Munich.
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1975-85 Liverpool: Best decade in the history of the Reds
In this article we look at the Liverpool team of 1975 - 85. The best in the history of Reds. Liverpool's status as England's most successful club and a European club tournament powerhouse was cemented in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
18 days ago|Dream Team 386
1999-2009 Manchester United: Most successful decade in Ferguson era
Manchester United's success under Sir Alex Ferguson continued after the Treble, with back-to-back Premier League wins in 1999-00 and 2000-01. Have a look at the most successful decade for Manchester United.
21 days ago|Dream Team 235
Real Madrid 1955-60: Only team to win five consecutive European Cups
1955-60 Real Madrid is without a doubt the most successful, having won the European Cup five times in a row since its foundation. The golden era required continuity on the field; Di Stéfano scored in all five of the team's final victories.
21 days ago|Dream Team 82
The 1960s: SL Benfica’s Golden Age
SL Benfica was the squad of the early 1960s thanks to the tactical genius of Hungarian coach Bela Guttmann and the outstanding skill of Eusébio. They won back-to-back European Cups in 1961 and 1962, a first in Portuguese football.