On 26 May 1975, in front of 90,000 people, Evel Knievel crashed while trying to land a jump over 13 single decker city buses, an accident which resulted in his initial retirement from his daredevil life.
In 1966, it was the leading venue of the FIFA World Cup. It hosted nine matches, including the final, where tournament hosts England won 42 after extra time against West Germany.
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Matchday 5 - March 22, 2019
KPV Kokkola's performance has been disappointing of late, as they have won just 1 of their 12 most recent Veikkausliiga clashes
Italy have won by 2+ goals their last 3 Euro Qualifiers games
The first records of correctional facilities being established in Tamworth was on 17 December 1864 when the Police Magistrate at Tamworth was appointed as the Visiting Justice at the Tawmorth Gaol. A gaoler and sheriff were appointed in 1868. At the commencement of 1920 there were 11 prisoners detained and during the year 201 prisoners were received, with 183 discharged leaving 29 in prison by 31 December 1920. Almost 20 per cent of the prisoners were aged under 21 years. The Tamworth Gaol closed on 25 March 1943.
Two of the biggest events in the greyhound racing calendar are the St Leger and Trafalgar Cup[self-published source]Both were originally held at Wembley, the St Leger from 1928 until 1998 after which it moved to Wimbledon Stadium and the Trafalgar Cup from 1929 until 1998 after which it moved to Oxford Stadium. In 1931 the famous greyhound Mick the Miller won the St Leger.
The following buildings in Tamworth are listed on the now defunct Register of the National Estate:
The Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum holds more than 50 motorcycles spanning from the 1950s to the 1980s. The museum specialises in Ducati, Triumph, Honda, Velocette and Laverda. The museum holds an example of the limited edition MV Agusta F4 Serie Oro.
The last club match of all was the 2000 Charity Shield, in which Chelsea defeated Manchester United 20. The last international match was on 7 October in Kevin Keegan's last game as England manager. England were defeated 01 by Germany, with Dietmar Hamann scoring the last goal at the original Wembley. On that day, Tony Adams made his 60th Wembley appearance, a record for any player. Adams also claimed England's final goal at the stadium, having scored in the previous home fixture against Ukraine on 31 May.
Tamworth Correctional Centre, an Australian medium security prison for males, is located in Tamworth, New South Wales, 397 kilometres (247 mi) north of Sydney. The facility is operated by Corrective Services NSW, an agency of the Department of Attorney General and Justice, of the Government of New South Wales. The Centre accepts felons charged and convicted under New South Wales and/or Commonwealth legislation and serves as a reception prison for northwestern New South Wales. A periodic detention centre for males was opened in March 1997.
In their last 18 home games in Serie B, Vila Nova FC have recorded 17 undefeated encounters
* First column is Average Total Cards per Match for matches involving Riverside Olympic FC (Includes Opponent team cards). 2nd column is for Devonport City FC.Last column is a simple average percentage for Total Cards Over X calculated between Riverside Olympic FC and Devonport City FC for Tasmania NPL 2019
There is a persistent myth that a small locomotive met with a mishap when Watkin's Folly was being demolished, or the Empire Stadium built, and was buried under what became the "sacred turf" (though in some versions it is a carriage filled with rubble). When the Stadium was rebuilt no locomotive or carriage (or stone circle) was found, though the foundations of Watkin's tower were.
Under 2.5 goals were seen in Oeste FC's last 8 matches in Serie B
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Regional news coverage of the Tamworth area is provided on all three main commercial networks. Canberra-based Prime7 produces and airs a 30-minute local news program for the Tamworth area at 6:00pm. Newcastle-based NBN Television airs news, sport and weather opt-outs for the area within its hour-long 6:00pm bulletin. Subscription television services are provided by Austar.
Riders who won the World Championship at Wembley include; inaugural champion Lionel Van Praag (Australia), Jack Milne (United States), Bluey Wilkinson (Australia), Tommy Price (England), Freddie Williams (Wales), Jack Young (Australia the first two-time winner, first back-to-back winner and the first second division rider to win the title), Ronnie Moore (New Zealand), Ove Fundin (Sweden), Barry Briggs (New Zealand), Peter Craven (England), Bjrn Knutsson (Sweden), Ole Olsen (Denmark), Bruce Penhall (United States the winner of the 1981 World Final), and legendary New Zealand rider Ivan Mauger. With four wins, Sweden's Ove Fundin won the most World Championships at Wembley, winning in 1956, 1960, 1963 and 1967.
* Sum of Cards per match betweenRiverside Olympic and Devonport City
Several other radio stations are based in the town, including 2TM, general community station 88.9 FM, Christian community radio station Radio Rhema 89.7 FM, and hit music station FM 92.9. The community radio stations both broadcast from Bald Hill. FM 92.9 and 2TM are owned by the Broadcast Operations Group, branded as the "Super Radio Network".
Calculated from Riverside Olympic FC's Home stats and Devonport City FC's Away stats
Local services are provided by Tamworth Buslines who also provides interurban services to nearby Quirindi (Rt 428), Manila (Rt 443) and Bendemeer (Rt 444)
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