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Feb 3 09 12:56 PM

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The first international match shown on TV seems to be :
26/11/1939 : Germany - Italy, friendly in Berlin

Between clubs :
30/06/1940 :
in Berlin :

Union Oberschöneweide - Rapid Wien
Schalke 04 - Fortuna Düsseldorf

I aten't dead !

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Feb 4 09 9:04 AM

The match you're talking about was the first to be filmed. Those I mentionned were the first to be shown on TV. I knew, for having seen some, that football matches' extracts were part of news in movie theaters.

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Sep 19 12 3:36 PM

nfm24 wrote:
1906 Wales v Ireland
http://www.wfda.co.uk/news.php?id=1

you mean this one? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pWo7iy-FxE

I also found these ones, probably the oldest football film, dated 1897! I advise you to switch off the volume.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9JJ0omxwgA&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XG8JU1E2CY

By coincident I discovered moving pictures from the 28-04-1912 Netherlands - Belgium match http://www.filminnederland.nl/film/voetbalwedstrijd-te-dordrecht which is remarkable. It has always been supposed the 07-05-1922 Netherlands - Belgium match was the very first international match of Dutch NT which has been filmed.

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Sep 20 12 6:41 PM

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By coincident I discovered moving pictures from the 28-04-1912 Netherlands - Belgium match http://www.filminnederland.nl/film/voetbalwedstrijd-te-dordrecht which is remarkable. It has always been supposed the 07-05-1922 Netherlands - Belgium match was the very first international match of Dutch NT which has been filmed.


During this game, Belgium already employed some future protagonists of the 1920 Olympic triumph: Joseph Musch, Fernand Nisot and the coach, William Maxwell. Nisot was just 17 years old.

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