The most difficult football riddles A list of football related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Sport quiz FIFA issued a rule forbidding the organization of official matches in stadiums with an altitude of more than 2,500 metres. There is one exception. Which one?La Paz (Bolivia). FIFA forbids official matches above 2,500 meters because players may be at greater health risk due to decreased oxygen pressure. La Paz's Hernando Siles Stadium (pictured, 3,637 meters (11,932 feet) above sea level) is excluded from that regulation after intense lobbying by Bolivian authorities.hard 51% Quito (Peru)Quito (Peru)21%La Paz (Bolivia)La Paz (Bolivia)51%Kathmandu (Nepal)Kathmandu (Nepal)13%Bogotá (Colombia)Bogotá (Colombia)13%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 9346 answers in 2 languages »soccer riddles » This is Telstar, the world's first communication satellite. What was named after it?Soccer ball. The Adidas Telstar was the first 1970 World Cup ball to use the now-familiar design, consisting of 12 black pentagonal and 20 white hexagonal panels. It was named after the Telstar satellites launched in 1962.hard 51% Soccer ballSoccer ball51%Stadium in FranceStadium in France10%Sport channel in TVSport channel in TV31%TV transmission of a matchTV transmission of a match7%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 8032 answers in 2 languages »history of sport riddles » During which Olympic Games did the Soviet Union beat Yugoslavia in the football final on 8th of December?Melbourne, 1956. Due to the reversal of seasons in the Southern Hemisphere, the Games were held during the northern winter. This was thought likely to inconvenience athletes from the Northern Hemisphere who were accustomed to resting during their winter. Next Olympic Games in Australia (Sydney 2000), were held in September.hard 58% Los Angeles, 1932Los Angeles, 193210%Melbourne, 1956Melbourne, 195658%Montreal, 1976Montreal, 197622%Sydney, 2000Sydney, 20007%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 10840 answers in 2 languages »Olympic Games riddles » The first football world cup final was won by Uruguay against Argentina 4:2. What was unusual about that game?Two different balls were used in the final: Argentina supplied the first-half ball (the 'Tiento') and led 2–1 at the break; hosts Uruguay supplied the second-half ball (the 'T-Model', which was larger and heavier; see photo) and won 4–2.average 60% There was no half-time breakThere was no half-time break9%There was no refereeThere was no referee8%5 players got red cards5 players got red cards21%Two different balls were usedTwo different balls were used60%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 8236 answers in 2 languages »sport riddles » Which of the following teams are the least probable to play in the UEFA Champions League final in 2030?Real Madrid vs River Plate Buenos Aires. The UEFA Champions League is a competition of European football clubs.easy 73% Liverpool vs Arsenal LondonLiverpool vs Arsenal London5%Barcelona vs Bayern MunichBarcelona vs Bayern Munich8%Real Madrid vs River Plate Buenos AiresReal Madrid vs River Plate Buenos Aires73%Milan vs Spartak MoscowMilan vs Spartak Moscow12%Created by: Satish Bernard. Statistics based on 8672 answers in 2 languages »sport riddles » Who has the anthem "You will never walk alone"?Liverpool F.C. The song, which was once a radio hit, is sung by Liverpool Football Club supporters moments before the start of each home game. The words "You'll Never Walk Alone" also feature in the club crest and on the Shankly Gate entrance to Anfield, the home stadium. It is probably most widely known football club anthem in the world, adopted later by other teams (Celtic, Feyenoord, Borussia Dortmund).easy 74% IrelandIreland13%The NetherlandsThe Netherlands5%Liverpool F.C.Liverpool F.C.74%Olympic GamesOlympic Games5%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 7205 answers in 2 languages »singing riddles » In which sport is the Copa Libertadores awarded?Football. The Copa Libertadores de América is the most prestigious club competition in South American football. The name "libertadores" refers to the principal leaders of the Latin American wars of independence from Spain and Portugal.very easy 82% footballfootball82%volleyballvolleyball5%yachtingyachting5%all of the aboveall of the above6%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 6875 answers in 2 languages »cups riddles » In which club played Zbigniew Boniek?In Juventus Turyn. Boniek was allowed to travel abroad by the communist authorities of People's Republic of Poland thanks to their common business with Juventus' sponsor, the Fiat company (licensing agreements for Fiat 125 and 126, which were manufactured in Poland). In Juventus, he was one of the pillars of the team next to Paolo Rossi and Michel Platini, winning all the major trophies in years 1984-1985.very easy 85% in Juventus Turynin Juventus Turyn85%in Real Madrid in Real Madrid 5%in FC Barcelonain FC Barcelona3%in Celtic Glasgowin Celtic Glasgow4%Created by: Miyuki Hamasaki. Statistics based on 4636 answers in 2 languages »sport riddles » Which of the following German footballer has a Polish origin?Miroslav Klose was born in Opole, Poland. Both of his parents were sport professionals. His father, Josef Klose, was a footballer. His mother, Barbara Jeż, was a member of the Poland women's national handball team and represented Poland 45 times. From 1979 to 1984, while Joseph Klose was playing for Auxerre, the Klose family lived in France. Next, they have moved to Opole to finally settle down in Kusel, 40 km from Kaiserslautern in Germany (Rhineland-Palatinate).very easy 90% Thomas MullerThomas Muller5%Miroslav KloseMiroslav Klose90%Manuel NeurManuel Neur2%Marco ReusMarco Reus1%Created by: Електра Цбр. Statistics based on 2327 answers in 2 languages »sport riddles » Play sport quiz and see all the questions.