Early days at PSV Although from Moroccan heritage, El Khayati was born in Rotterdam. His teenage years were split between the junior sections of local clubs Excelsior and Leonidas before joining PSV Eindhoven’s Under-19 squad in 2007.

El 14 de mayo de 2015 se inauguró en los Céspedes la primera cancha de césped sintético FIFA propia de un club en el Uruguay. La nueva cancha apunta principalmente a las divisiones formativas, se trata de un terreno de juego con medidas oficiales de calidad FIFA 2 estrellas (la máxima que otorga el ente rector del fútbol mundial para este tipo de obra)[128] [129] .

En 2009, Nacional logró su mejor participación en Copa Libertadores de los últimos veintiún años. Dirigido por Gerardo Pelusso accedió a semifinales de la Copa, luego de superar a River Plate argentino, Nacional paraguayo y San Martín peruano en fase de grupos, y al Palmeiras brasileño. En aquella instancia se enfrentó a Estudiantes de La Plata, club que terminó consagrándose campeón.[81]

In 2008, Jérôme de Bontin, a leading shareholder of the club since 2003, took charge of the club, promising a complete shake-up. Under his reign as president, the club brought in players such as Park Chu-young and Freddy Adu, so they did not find much success on the pitch, going through a torrid season and only managing a mid-table finish. De Bontin resigned at the end of the season, replaced by banker Étienne Franzi and a new board of directors.[11]

• Heaviest away defeat 4-1: RCD Mallorca v Monaco02/03/00, UEFA Cup fourth round second leg4-1: Juventus v Monaco01/04/98, UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg3-0: four times, most recently Sporting Clube de Portugal v Monaco

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De esta encuesta se inferiría que probablemente Nacional es uno de los dos clubes con más hinchas en Uruguay, no obstante, la misma no señala con certeza cual sería el más popular: debido a la poca diferencia porcentual con su rival Peñarol —0,70%, dentro del margen de error normal—, a la misma pregunta de la encuesta —no cuestionó: ¿de qué club eres hincha? o algo similar—, y a la falta de rigurosidad científica al ser realizada vía Internet.

Ubicado en el barrio montevideano de La Blanqueada, el Estadio Gran Parque Central, remodelado a principios de 2005, es el campo de juego del Club Nacional de Football.[109]

Nacional participates in the championships organised by de Futsal Delegated Commission of the Uruguayan Football Association. The club won the Uruguayan league title in various occasions and is nowadays the Uruguayan champion. Internationally, Nacionals main achievement is the second place in the South American Futsal Cup Copa Libertadores de América de Futsal in 2003.

Carlos Suero (jefe) Álvaro Arsuaga Edgardo Barbosa Gonzalo Harretche

Italy, UEFA European Women's Championship runners-up in 1993 and 1997, will continue preparations at Coverciano, Florence until 8 July, when they fly to Sweden. The Azzurre kick off their campaign two days later against Finland and also face Denmark and the hosts in Group A.

Mientras Nacional estuvo afiliado a la FIFUSA, ganó el Campeonato Metropolitano 8 veces consecutivas —1990-1997—, el Campeonato Nacional de Clubes campeones en 2 oportunidades —1994 y 1997— y el Campeonato Sudamericano de Clubes Campeones en 1996.

En 1938 llegó al club el argentino Atilio García, quien sería el máximo goleador de la institución. Ese año Nacional ganó el «Nocturno Rioplatense», derrotando a los grandes clubes rioplatenses.[63] Entre los años 1939 y 1943, con el antiguo futbolista Héctor Castro como entrenador del equipo, se logró el primer Quinquenio de la historia del fútbol uruguayo.

EPA had 50 participations in the first division, won the championship three times (1945, 1946, 1970), five times the Cypriot Cup (1945, 1946, 1950, 1953, 1955) and once the shield of CFA (1955). In addition, the season 1970–71 participated in the Alpha Ethniki of Greece and had three appearances in European competitions.[2]

Luisa Rizzitelli, president of the national association for female athletes, is among those calling for Belloli to resign while Patrizia Panico, the Verona and Italy midfielder, said that if the comments had been accurately reported then they were “sexist, male chauvinist and ignorant”.

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Both FIFA and UEFA consider the Serbia national team the direct descendant of the Serbia and Montenegro national team.

Nacional's international reputation relied on the tournaments played during the first half of the XX century in the Río de la Plata region, where the most important international tournaments in America were played before the Copa Libertadores was created. Historical rivalries with longtime enemy Peñarol and famous Argentinian teams like Boca, River Plate, Racing, Independiente, San Lorenzo, Rosario Central and Newell's Old Boys, among others, were established in those championships.

In the 2014–15 season, the team claimed the championship trophy until the last matchday. In the penultimate matchday, the team faced APOEL with whom stayed at draw 1–1. If AEK won it would go to the top of the table.[13] In the last matchday, AEK won Anorthosis and ranked 2nd for first time in its history.[13][14]

Nacional was part of the tournaments organised by the Department of Femenine Football of the Uruguayan Football Association, since its establishment in 1996, winning the Campeonato Uruguayo in 1997 and 2000. The club dissaffiliated in 2005 and returned to the league in 2009 ending third in the annual standings. They won the championship in 2010 and 2011–2012. Internationally, Nacional played in various South American championships.

In late 2010, the Federation held an election for its President, with Vlatko Marković opposed by Igor Štimac. Marković won by a single vote, and the assembly was marred with controversies.[5] Štimac later appealed, calling for another meeting of the Federation.[6] His supporters organized a new assembly and elected him the new President despite the opposing faction's boycott, leading to an impasse.[7]

Club Nacional de Football (Spanish pronunciation: [kluβ nasjoˈnal de ˈfutbol]) is a sports institution from Uruguay, founded on 14 May 1899 in Montevideo, as a result of the fusion between Uruguay Athletic Club and Montevideo Fútbol Club.[3] Although its main focus is football, the club hosts many other activities including basketball, futsal, tennis, cycling, volleyball and chess.

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Nacional's superiority over Peñarol during this era is best exemplified by some particular feats:

In 2005 Nacional decided to restore its stadium, the Estadio Gran Parque Central, where the team has returned to be local in most of their games instead of state-owned Estadio Centenario.

Nacional has its volleyball court in Parque Central, in the gymnasium of Jaime Cibils street. In that stadium, the club plays its home games of the championships organised by the Uruguayan volleyball federation Federación Uruguaya de Vóleibol in every category.

2014–15 is the 45th Uruguayan Championship won by Nacional out of 111 first division seasons. During this tournament Nacional won the final against Peñarol.

• Biggest away win 2-4: VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach v Monaco15/10/96, second round first leg1-3 three times, most recently Willem II v Monaco29/09/05, first round second leg2-0 twice, most recently SK Slavia Praha v Monaco30/11/05, group stage

El himno de Nacional fue compuesto en 1911[96] por el poeta, y presidente del club, José María Delgado. El himno se entona en varios actos de Nacional, destacando la entrega de medallas a los asociados que cumplen treinta o cincuenta años ininterrumpidos en la institución.[97]

A group of 28 have been training at Coverciano over the past fortnight and Cabrini today which players made the cut and which five did not. Goalkeeper Laura Giuliani, defenders Michela Rodella and Federica Di Criscio, and midfielders Marta Carissimi and Pamela Conti have all dropped out.

Las filiales no sólo son un ámbito de encuentro de hinchas de Nacional en lugares lejanos a Montevideo, sino que han realizado varios actos de militancia como la captación de nuevos socios[212] y el aporte de materiales para las divisiones formativas[213] [214] e infantiles.[212]

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Disappointingly for Monaco fans, the club could not translate its domestic leadership into European success. Up to this point, Monaco had never passed the first round of any European competition. Monaco lost to Dundee United (1981), CSKA Sofia twice (1982 and 1984) and Universitatea Craiova.[6]

Forwards: Patrizia Panico (ASD Torres Calcio), Cristiana Girelli (ASD CF Bardolino Verona), Sandy Iannella (ASD Torres Calcio), Melania Gabbiadini (ASD CF Bardolino Verona), Paola Brumana (UPC Tavagnacco), Ilaria Mauro (UPC Tavagnacco).

• Heaviest away defeat4-1: Tottenham Hotspur FC v Monaco10/12/15, group stage4-1: RCD Mallorca v Monaco02/03/00, fourth round first leg

En el caso de la camiseta celeste, que Nacional utiliza desde 2011 durante el mes de septiembre, la mayoría suelen llevar alguna inscripción conmemorativa o un logo institucional, que varía en cada edición. La camiseta de 2013 llevó el lema "Somos Uruguay",[101] mientras que la edición de 2014 tuvo un logo con la frase "Primer club criollo de América",[102] en recuerdo de que Nacional es el primer club latinoamericano fundado por nacidos en el mismo país del club.

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The Italian women’s cup final has been called off as a result of alleged comments by a senior football official referring to female players as a “bunch of lesbians”. Brescia were scheduled to play Tavagnacco on Saturday but the match has been scrapped, the association representing female players and coaches, has confirmed.

Arsenal Ladies manager on the Champions League win in Serbia

Unione Polisportiva Comunale Tavagnacco, also known as Graphistudio Tavagnacco for sponsorship reasons, is an Italian women's football club from Tavagnacco, Friuli-Venezia Giulia.