Old Team Photographs-Part 24e
Photo From: Don Balón Nº 361 , September 7-13, 1982 (Ferencvaros squad, 1982/83) Photo From: Tim Hill-A Photographic History (Liverpool squad 1972/73) Photo From: Football Magazine ,Issue 30 , July 1962 (Brazil 1962 squad in training, Top, left to right: Djalma Santos, José Eli de Miranda Zito, Zózimo Alves Calazans, Altair Gomes de Figueiredo, Carlos José Castilho, Nílton Reis dos Santos , Bottom, left to right: Manoel dos Santos Garrincha, Waldir Pereira ‘Didi’, Edwaldo Izidio Netto Vavá…
Albert Brülls con la selección Alemana el 06/06/1962 en el Estadio Nacional de Santiago de Chile, Vs Chile (2-0): De pie (de izquierda): Willy Schulz, Uwe Seeler, Willi Giesemann, Horst Szymaniak, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger , Agachados (de izquierda a derecha): Albert Brülls, Engelbert Kraus, Hans Nowak, Hans Schäfer, Wolfgang Fahrian, Herbert Ehrhardt.
Football's golden years: The boys from Brazil - From Pele to Zico, Garrincha to Socrates... and those wonderful World Cup moments
In the latest Sportsmail picture special, Nick Metcalfe has trawled football's amazing archives to showcase Brazil and the magical part they have played in the game's history.
At the age of 20, Wolfgang Fahrian became national goalkeeper at the 1962 FIFA World Cup succeeding Hans Tilkowski. Fahrian later played with Hertha BSC Berlin and 1860 Munich. (Photo: BSC Berlin and 1860 Munich. (Photo: Horstmüller)
Football's Golden Years: Pele and Bobby, the Hand of God, that Barnes goal, and even a stray dog - England against South Americans
Brazil. We'll all be thinking about and talking about that great footballing country over the next year. But what about what's gone before? The famous England matches against the teams from South America.
Chile vs Italy (Group Stage World Cup 1962 Chile) The first foul occurred within 12 seconds of the kick-off... many more to follow. The game is also known as "The Battle of Santiago" BBC sports commentator David Coleman described it later as "the most stupid, appalling, disgusting and disgraceful exhibition of football, possibly in the history of the game."