Games will be hosted by teams playing in the lower division in the 2015–16 season. Hosts of matches between teams playing in the same tier were decided by a draw conducted on 20 July 2015, with the exception of the Katowice derby, where both teams agreed to play on GKS’s Stadion Miejski.
1939–40 Gauliga. The 1939–40 Gauliga was the seventh season of the Gauliga, the first tier of the football league system in Germany from 1933 to 1945. It was the first season held during the Second World War.
Thomas Octavius Callender. Sir Thomas Octavius Callender (born 9 April 1855 at Clydeview, Partick, Lanarkshire, Scotland; died on 2 December 1938 at Bidborough Court near Tunbridge Wells, Kent) was an engineer and businessman, who promoted the electrical industry.
Girolamo Dal Pane. Girolamo Dal Pane or Dalpane (1 October 1821 - 1856) was an Italian painter active in Bologna in a Neoclassical style. Born in Bologna, starting in 1834, he attended the Collegio Artistico Venturoli. he gained fame in painting frescoes for palaces in Bologna, including the Palazzo Zagnoni-Spada Ceralli (1846); the Palazzo Malvezzi-Saraceni (1852-1853); and the Palazzo Bonasoni.
Theodore had been installed as prebend in October 1559, and ordained by Bishop Grindal three months later. He died peacefully in 1569, though he was not succeeded by his brother as Archbishop Parker had already filled the vacancy.
Favorite topics included wars, military affairs, diplomacy, and court business and gossip. After 1600 the national governments in France and England began printing official newsletters. In 1622 the first English-language weekly magazine, A current of General News was published and distributed in England in an 8- to 24-page quarto format.
The striker joined Walton Casuals in November 2015, before switching to Tooting & Mitcham United in January 2016. He is a Guyana international having made his debut in July 2015 in 2018 World Cup qualification.
2016 Avispa Fukuoka season. The 2016 Avispa Fukuoka season is the club’s ninth season in the J1 League, they returned to the Japanese top flight after winning the 2015 J2 League playoffs. Avispa Fukuoka will also be competing in the J.League Cup and the Emperor’s Cup.