Former FIFA President Joao Havelange watched the action during the International Friendly between Spain and Brazil played at the Estadio Balaidos in Vigo, Spain. The game finished in a 0-0 draw. \ Photo by Nuno Correia. \ Mandatory...More
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Portugal legend Eusebio (L), Former FIFA President now FIFA Honorary President, Dr Joao Havelange (C) and President of Germany 2006 Organising Committee Franz Beckenbauer (R) speak prior to the FIFA World Cup Germany 2006 Group D match...More
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Outgoing 82-year-old FIFA president Joao Havelange of Brazil holds the opening speech of the 51th FIFA congress, 07 June in Paris. During this congress, a secret vote is to be held to designate a new president of the international...More
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9th December 1989, World Cup Draw in Rome, Joao Havelange, FIFA, President
10th June 1987, FIFA,Exhibition Match in Zurich, Italy 3, v Argentina 1, FIFA,President Joao Havelange, left, with Brazil's Pele, who won an award for services to football, and FIFA, Secretary Joseph 'Sepp' Blatter
Joao Havelange, President of FIFA during a press conference held in Toyko, Japan on the 8th December 1984.
Brazilian sports administrator Joao Havelange, 7th President of FIFA, June 1983. Havelange also served on the the International Olympic Committee from 1963 until his resignation in 2011.
Argentine footballer Diego Maradona (left) receives the FIFA Fair Play Trophy, on behalf of the Argentine national team, from FIFA President Joao Havelange (right), 1978.
Sport/Football, May 1959, England's Billy Wright is greeted at the airport by Brazil's Joao Havelange, England were in Brazil to play the national side on May 13th 1959 losing to Brazil 2-0
Sport, Football, 1958, Brazil's Joao Havelange hoists the Jules Rimet trophy assisted by the country's President Juscelino Kubitschek after the Brazilian team had been victorious in Sweden and become world champions by beating the host...More