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December 24, 2020

Scotland national team – starting line-up from match which clinched their qualification for the UEFA Euro 2020 competition – from 12 November 2020: Serbia 1-1 Scotland (Scotland wins 5-4 on penalties). Scotland lineup & substitutions profiled.

Filed under: Scotland — admin @ 4:15 pm

By Bill Turianski on 24 December 2020; twitter.com/billsportsmaps.
Links…
-Scottishfa.co.uk.
-Scotland national football team (en.wikipedia.org).
-Marshall save ends Scotland’s long wait as they pip Serbia to Euro 2020 finals (by Louise Taylor on 12 November 2020 at theguardian.com/football).





UEFA Euro 2020 qualification, 12 November 2020: Play-offs Path C, Final.
Stadion Rajko Mitić, Belgrade, Serbia.
Serbia 1-1 Scotland (Scotland wins 5-4 on penalties)…
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Photo and Image credits above – 2 screenshots from video uploaded by Scotland National Team at
youtube.com. David Marshall makes game-winning penalty save, photo by Novak Djurovic/PA via theguardian.com/football. Screenshot of image of box-score of match, from en.wikipedia.org//UEFA_Euro_2020_qualifying_play-offs#Serbia_v_Scotland. David Marshall making the match-winning save, photo from twitter.com/[@clydebankfc]. Close-up shot of David Marshall’s game-winning penalty save, from twitter.com/[@clydebankfc]. Scotland players celebrate, photo by SNS Group via dailymail.co.uk/sport. Ryan Christie, photo by Ken Macpherson at inverness-courier.co.uk. Leigh Griffiths, screenshot of video from dailyrecord.co.uk/sport. Callum McGregor, photo by Getty Images via dailymail.co.um/sport. Scott McTominay, photo by @ScottishFA via scottishsupporters.net. Oli McBurnie, photo by Getty Images via thescottishsun.co.uk/sport. Kenny McLean, photo by SNS Group via dailyrecord.co.uk/sport.



Please note: by clicking on the illustration below, you can place it in an enlargeable separate page.

    Scotland national team – Squad that won qualification for UEFA Euro 2020
    Starting line-up (plus substitutions) from match which clinched their qualification for the UEFA Euro 2020 competition….
    12 November 2020, in Belgrade, Serbia: Serbia 1-1 Scotland, aet (5-4 to Scotland on penalties).

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Photo and Image credits above -
Illustration of Scotland kits (2020), from en.wikipedia.org/Scotland_national_football_team. 2020 Scotland jersey, photo from soccerpro.com. Blank map of United Kingdom, by Daniel Dalet at d-maps.com. Blank map of Scotland, by: Eric Gaba, NordNordWest, Uwe Dedering at File:Scotland relief location map.jpg. Steve Clarke talking to the Scotland squad prior to extra time during the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Serbia and Scotland at the Stadion Rajko Mitic on November 12, 2020, in Belgrade, Serbia, photo by Nikola Krstic/SNS Group via scotsman.com/sport/football. Steve Clarke, photo by Craig Williamson/SNS via thetimes.co.uk.
Squad…
Goalkeeper…David Marshall (Derby County), photo unattributed at derbycounty.news.
Defenders…Scott McTominay (Manchester Utd), photo by Getty Images via manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport. Declan Gallagher (Motherwell), photo unattributed at scotsman.com/sport. Kieran Tierney (Arsenal), photo from premierleague.com/news.
Midfielders/Defensive Midfielders…Stephen O’Donnell (Motherwell), photo by Ross MacDonald / SNS Group / Getty Images via gettyimages.co.uk. Ryan Jack (Rangers), photo unattributed at heraldscotland.com/sport. Callum McGregor (Celtic), photo from SNS Group via glasgowlive.co.uk/sport/football. Andrew Robertson (Liverpool), photo from AFP via sports.ndtv.com.
Attacking Midfielders and Forwards…Lyndon Banks (QPR), photo by Andy Rowland / PRiME Media Images/Alamy Live News at alamy.com. John McGinn (Aston Villa), photo by Getty Images via leeds-live.co.uk/sport. Ryan Christie (Celtic), photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images via 90min.com. Andrew Robertson, photo from premierleague.com/news.
Substitutions...Callum Paterson (Sheffield Wednesday), photo from examinerlive.co.uk/sport. Leigh Griffiths (Celtic), photo by PA via thescottishsun.co.uk/sport. Kenny McLean (Norwich City), photo from twitter.com/[@NorwichCityFC]. Oli McBurnie (Sheffield United), photo unattributed at theathletic.com.



December 7, 2020

Germany: 2020-21 Bundesliga – Location-maps, with Seasons-in-1st-Division for the current 18 clubs & All-time German Titles list./+ Illustrations for the 18 venues in 2020-21 Bundesliga.

Filed under: Germany — admin @ 5:55 pm

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Germany: 2020-21 Bundesliga – Location-maps, with Seasons-in-1st-Division for the current 18 clubs & All-time German Titles list

By Bill Turianski on 7 December 2020; twitter.com/billsportsmaps.

Links…
-2020-21 Bundesliga (en.wikipedia.org).
-World Football.net site…worldfootball.net/bundesliga.
-Official site of Bundesliga (English)…bundesliga.com/en/bundesliga.
-Deutsche Welle [in English]…DW/en/sports.



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Credits above – Location-map by Bill Turianski. Blank map of Germany, by NordNordWest at File:Germany location map.svg (Wikimedia Commons).

    2020-21 German Bundesliga venues – the home stadiums of the 18 current Bundesliga clubs
    (Shown in order of the league table, from 8 December 2020 (after 10 weeks of the season)…

1st place, Bayern Munich: Allianz Arena, in Munich, Bavaria.
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Photo credits above – Diego Delso at File:Allianz Arena, Múnich, Alemania, 2013-02-11, DD 16.JPG (commons.wikimedia.org). Inset aerial photo, by Shutterstock via techwireasia.com.

2nd place, Bayer Leverkusen: BayArena, in Leverkusen [Greater Cologne], North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – Arne Müseler at File:Bayarena Leverkusen 2020.jpg (commons.wikimedia.org).

3rd place, RB Leipzig: Red Bull Arena, in Leipzig, Saxony.
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Photo credit above – Steffen Schellhorn/Imago via rblive.de/leipzig-stadion.




4th place, Borussia Dortmund: Westfalenstadion [aka Signal-Iduna Park], in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – screenshot of video image uploaded by Borussia Dortmund at youtube.com.

5th place, VfL Wolfsburg: Volkswagen Arena, in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony.
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Photo credit above – signify.com.

6th place, Union Berlin: Stadion An der Alten Försterei, in Köpenick, south-eastern Berlin.
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Photo credit above – Ralf Roletschek at Datei:19-08-17-Stadion-an-der-alten-Foersterei-DJI 0275.jpg (de.wikipedia.org).

7th place, Borussia Mönchengladbach: Borussia-Park, in Mönchengladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – nuernbergluftbild.de/luftbilder/[stadion-borussia-park-moenchengladbach].





8th place, VfL Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz Arena, in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg.
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Photo credit above – Carsten Reidl via tagblatt.de

9th place, Eintracht Frankfurt: Waldstadion [aka Deutche Bank Park], in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse.
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Photo credit above – unattributed at br.pinterest.com.

10th place, Hoffenheim: Rhine-Neckar Arena, in Sinsheim, in the Rhine-Neckar metro-region in Baden-Württemberg.
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Photo credit above – unattributed at usports.in.

11th place, FC Augsburg: Augsburg Arena [aka WWK Arena], in Augsburg, Swabia, Bavaria.
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Photo credit above – Ulrich Wagner/Archivfoto via augsburger-allgemeine.de/sport.





12th place, Hertha Berlin: Olympiastadion, in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district of the city-state of Berlin - the home of Hertha, Berliner Sport-Club.
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Photo credit above – stadionbetreiber.de/[berlin-olympiastadion].

13th place, Werder Bremen: Weser-Stadion, in Bremen, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (city-state).
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Photo credit above – bremen.eu/weser-stadium.

14th place, Freiburg: Schwarzwald-Stadion, in Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg.
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Image credit above – screenshot of video uploaded by Google Earth Stadium Flights at youtube.com.

15th place, FC Köln: Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – rundschau-online.de.





16th place, Arminia Bielefeld: Bielefelder Alm, in Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia.
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Photo credit above – arminia-bielefeld.de.

17th place, Mainz 05: Opel Arena, in Mainz, Greater Frankfurt, Rhineland-Palatinate.
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Photo credit above – allgemeine-zeitung.de.

Last place, Schalke 04: Veltins-Arena, in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – PA via offthepitch.com.

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Thanks to all at the following links
-Blank map of Germany, by NordNordWest at File:Germany location map.svg (Wikimedia Commons).
-Map with Federal States of Germany from States of Germany (en.wikipedia.org).
-14 largest German cities from List of cities in Germany by population (en.wikipedia.org).

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