Lots of men have captained their Gaelic Football team on more than 5 occasions. The only man to have captained his county in 5 All-Ireland senior finals was Jimmy Murray of Roscommon. He was captain in the final of 1943, the replay of the final of 1943, the final of 1944, the final of 1946 and the replay of the final of 1946. Roscommon won the replay of 1943 and the final in 1944. They are the only two occasions that Roscommon has won the All-Ireland Senior Football Final.
Marseille has been crowned French football champions 10 times.
Nantes has been crowned French football champions 8 times.
AS Monaco has been crowned French football champions for 7 times.
Bordeaux has been crowned French football champions for 6 times.
Nice has been crowned French football champions for 2 times.
Lille has been crowned French football champions 3 times.
Lyon has been crowned French football champions for 7 times.
The two national sports in Ireland, Hurling and Gaelic Football. Hurling is a stick and ball game, similar to hockey or Lacrosse, and it is the fastest field game in the world. Gaelic Football has sometimes been described as a cross between soccer and rugby.
Saint-Etienne has been crowned French football champions 10 times.
The Olympique Lillois been crowned French football champions 7 times.
It is not known who invented Gaelic Football. The game is in existence for centuries. Like other football sports, such as soccer and rugby, it is believed to have its origins in forms of football that would have been played around Europe in the middle ages. In 1884 the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was set up in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, and it is now the governing body of Gaelic Football and some other sports. The main two people who acted as founders of the GAA were Michael Cusack and Maurice Davin. There are some confusion as to who else was at that founding meeting. The seven founder members were Michael Cusack, Maurice Davin (who presided), John Wyse Power, John McKay, J. K. Bracken, Joseph O'Ryan and Thomas St. George McCarthy. Others said to have been there were Frank Moloney, William Foley, a Mr. Dwyer, a Mr. Culhane, William Delehunty, John Butler and William Cantwell.
Yes, Captain America's shield has been broken five times.