Football Clubs & Their Biggest Wins And Biggest Loss In Their History

One of the major traits of a passionate football fan is the ability never to forget historic goals scored by their favourite teams, especially when witnessed live.

However, there are two sides of every coin and therefore in the history of football, besides the resounding victories, there is the opposite fanbase that witnessed so many forgettable games that they just wished didn’t happen.

Even if not witnessed live, a simple online research of a thrashing of your favourite team can send you into utter embarrassment.

Oya let join obembet as we check a wonderful memories in football.

1. Real Madrid

Real Madrid biggest win was against Barcelona 1943 wining by 11 goals to 1 , and thier biggest loss was against espanyol in the primera division in 1929

2. Arsenal

Arsenal biggest win was in 1900 against Loughborough and thier biggest loss was against Manchester United
We all remember that one

3. MANCHESTER UNITED

Manchester biggest win was against anderlecht back in 1956 September wining by ten goals to nil and their biggest loss was against Liverpool losing by 7 goals to nil

4. CHELSEA

Chelsea biggest win was against jeunesse hautcharage wining by 13 goals to nil in 1971 and their biggest loss was against wolves in 1953

5. BARCELONA

Barcelona biggest win was against tarragona in 1949 and their biggest loss was against athletic club losing 12-1 in 1931

6. Plateau United Feeders 79-0 Akurba (2013)

This was a vast and horrible scandal that happened in Nigerian football. In Nigeria’s Nationwide League Division third qualification play-off round, four teams including Plateau United Feeders, Akubra FC, Police Machine, and Babayaro FC cheated when making the match.

After scoring seven goals against Akurba in the first half, Nigerian club Plateau United Feeders ended up shaking Akurba’s net 72 times after full-time. This unbelievable result left the player on both sides permanently suspended for contempt for the audience.

7. A.S Adema 149-0 Stade Olympique L’Emyrne (2002)

The match took place on October 31, 2002, in the Madagascar National Football Championship which ended with a score of 149-0 in favour of the home team. It was the match with the most number of goals in world football history recognised by the Guinness Book of Records.

AS Adema, one of the biggest football clubs in Madagascar, headquartered in Antananarivo, defeated their great rival Stade Olympique de l’Emyrne (SOE).

However, many implicit decisions against l’Emyrne led to Adema’s championship. Stade Olympique L’Emyrne players kept kicking their net home in protest of the referee’s decision to create one of the craziest games.

After that incident, some members of this Madagascar team were fined. The Madagascar Football Federation decided to ban Stade Olympique de L’Emyrne (SOE) coach Ratsarazaka for three years.

He was also not allowed to appear in the stadiums during that time. Four SOE players directly involved in “burning the home net” 149 times, were suspended until the end of the season.

Goalkeeper Razafindrakoto, captain of Madagascar national team, SOE captain Andrianiaina and two players Rakotoarimanana and Rakotonandrasana were also not allowed to attend the country’s stadiums during the penalty period.

Last updated on June 12th, 2024 at 03:45 am

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