Stories and fun facts 11 to 15
Back in 1996, Iceland played Estonia in a friendly game. The match is remembered for one thing: the 17-year-old Eidur Gudjohnsen coming on as a substitute in place of his 34-year-old father Arnor. Young Eidur went on to have an outstanding career, playing for both Chelsea and Barcelona.
Penalty shootouts are now the only way to separate teams at the end of knockout matches ending in a draw. They were first introduced to the game in 1970. Up to that point, lots were drawn to decide the winner.
Sometimes, it's just not meant to be. The 1979 Scottish Cup tie between Falkirk and Inverness Caledonian Thistle was postponed no fewer than 29 times because of the weather.
The crossbar was first introduced in 1882.
Kipsta is a combination of two words: KIP for "équipe" (French for "team") and STA for "stade" (French for "stadium"). So now you know!