Crossword clues for pele
- Former World Cup star
- Brazilian soccer legend
- Brazilian soccer great
- Sports hero who wore #10
- Star of football, to most of the world
- Only player to be part of three World Cup-winning teams
- FIFA Player of the Century
- Legendary athlete on the 6/23/75 cover of Sports Illustrated
- Sports star with an accent in his name
- 1958 World Cup hero
- Old Cosmos great
- Athlete who won the 1978 International Peace Award
- Cosmos legend
- Goal-oriented superstar?
- Legendary kicker
- Soccer immortal
- Santos rookie of 1956
- Athlete nicknamed "O Rei"
- Brazilian soccer hero
- Forward who wore #10
- One-named soccer legend
- Edson Arantes do Nascimento, to fans
- 1956 Santos rookie
- The King of Football
- National hero of Brazil
- One-named sports star who was once the highest-paid athlete in the world
- Retired Brazilian soccer sensation
- Scorer of 1,281 goals in 1,363 games
- Sports star with a signed jersey in the Vatican
- One-named athlete whose real first name is Edson
- ___ Day (November 19, in Brazil)
- Athlete on Time's list of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century
- Soccer legend
- New York Cosmos star
- A k a Edson Arantes do Nascimento
- Athlete from Tres Coracoes, Brazil
- That Cosmos guy
- Three-time World Cup medalist
- Soccer great
- Brazilian national hero
- 1958 World Cup sensation
- Cosmos star
- One-named soccer star
- Noted Sao Paulo-born athlete
- Soccer superstar
- Brazilian booter
- Soccer great born Edson Arantes
- 17-year-old sensation at the 1958 World Cup
- Brazilian soccer star
- Onetime World Cup star
- One-named sports legend
- Former Cosmos star
- Three-time World Cup star
- Soccer icon
- One-named sports star
- Star player for the Cosmos
- Ex-Cosmos great
- Edson Arantes do Nascimento, familiarly
- Famous kicker
- Achiever of many goals
- Memorable kicker
- He averaged almost a goal a game
- Latino sports legend
Edson Arantes do Nascimento (; born 23 October 1940), known as Pelé , is a retired Brazilian professional footballer who played as a forward. He is widely regarded as the greatest player of all time. Pelé has also been known for connecting the phrase " The Beautiful Game" with football. In 1999, he was voted World Player of the Century by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS). That year, France Football asked their former Ballon d'Or winners to choose the Football Player of the Century; they selected Pelé. In 1999, Pelé was elected Athlete of the Century by the IOC. That year, Time named him in their list of 100 most influential people of the 20th century. In 2013 he received the FIFA Ballon d'Or Prix d'Honneur in recognition of his career and achievements as a global icon of football.
According to the IFFHS, Pelé is the most successful league goal-scorer in the world, with 541 league goals. During his career, Pelé scored 1281 goals in 1363 games, which included unofficial friendlies and tour games. He was listed in the Guinness World Records for most career goals scored in football for this. During his playing days, Pelé was for a period the best-paid athlete in the world. In Brazil, he is hailed as a national hero for his accomplishments in football and for his outspoken support of policies that improve the social conditions of the poor. In 1961, Brazil President Jânio Quadros had Pelé declared a national treasure. During his career, he became known as "The Black Pearl" (A Pérola Negra), "The King of Football" (O Rei do Futebol), "The King Pelé" (O Rei Pelé) or simply "The King" (O Rei).
Pelé began playing for Santos at age 15 and the Brazil national football team at 16. During his international career, he won three FIFA World Cups: 1958, 1962 and 1970, being the only player ever to do so. Pelé is the all-time leading goalscorer for Brazil with 77 goals in 91 games. At club level he is also the record goalscorer for Santos, and led them to the 1962 and 1963 Copa Libertadores. Pelé's "electrifying play and penchant for spectacular goals" made him a star around the world, and his club team Santos toured internationally in order to take full advantage of his popularity. Since retiring in 1977, Pelé has been a worldwide ambassador for football and has made many acting and commercial ventures. In 2010, he was named the Honorary President of the New York Cosmos.
Pelé is a Brazilian footballer, born Edison "Edson" Arantes do Nascimento in 1940.
Pele or Pelé may also refer to:
In the Hawaiian religion, Pele (pronounced or ), the Fire Goddess, is the goddess of fire, lightning, wind and volcanoes and the creator of the Hawaiian Islands. Often referred to as "Madame Pele" or "Tūtū Pele" as a sign of respect, she is a well-known deity within Hawaiian mythology, and is notable for her contemporary presence and cultural influence as an enduring figure from ancient Hawaii. Epithets of the goddess include Pele-honua-mea ("Pele of the sacred land") and Ka wahine ai honua ("The earth-eating woman").
Pele is an instrumental post-rock band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The group formed in the summer of 1997 by guitarist Chris Rosenau, bassist Scott Schoenbeck and drummer Jon Mueller. Ever-evolving in sound, the band was difficult to classify. Early in Pele's career, critics had dubbed the band post-rock. However, later many fans began to hear them as jazzy, with "nimble" guitars, "rolling" bass, and "skittering" drums "with angular fills and layered beats." These so-called jazz elements shone through untraditional " syncopated handclaps, voices, and various blips and bleeps."
After seven years, thirteen releases, and various national and international tours, Pele announced their winter 2004 tour would be their last. The remaining members went on to various projects, most notably The Promise Ring and Paris, Texas, but also New Rising Sons, Volcano Choir, and Collections of Colonies of Bees.
In 2014, the lineup of Mueller, Rosenau and Tennessen reformed and supported fellow Polyvinyl act American Football, who themselves reunited that year, at their New Year's Eve show at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago. A show in Milwaukee was later announced for April 18, 2015 at the Cactus Club.
Pedro Miguel Cardoso Monteiro (born 2 May 1978), commonly known as Pelé, is a Cape Verdean footballer who plays for English club Totton as a central defender or a defensive midfielder.
See also Pele_(disambiguation).
Pele were an English indie rock band, formed in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire in 1990, by the guitarist and frontman Ian Prowse and keyboard player Andrew Roberts. They were joined by Dally on drums, Jimmy McAllister on bass guitar and finally Nico on violin. Despite only reaching the lower end of the UK Singles Chart, the band built up a loyal live following, but split in 1995 due to a legal wrangle with their record label.
Pele is an active volcano on the surface of Jupiter's moon Io. It is located on Io's trailing hemisphere at A large, tall volcanic plume has been observed at Pele by various spacecraft starting with Voyager 1 in 1979, though it has not been persistent. The discovery of the Pele plume on March 8, 1979 confirmed the existence of active volcanism on Io. The plume is associated with a lava lake at the northern end of the mountain Danube Planum. Pele is also notable for a persistent, large red ring circling the volcano resulting from sulfurous fallout from the volcanic plume.
Vítor Hugo Gomes Passos (born 14 September 1987), known as Pelé, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder.
Usage examples of "pele".
I led Pele and Lono and Avoirdupois out the back door, across the little brick patio, across the public walkway, and onto the sand.
Some say she is part of a trinity whose other aspects are the creator Hina and the fiery Pele.
Mainly, Bihari wanted her to follow the progress of the sundiver lately detected on a course for Pele itself.
Usava outra das camisas coloridas que lhe comprara, esta era verde e ressaltava a pele e os cabelos claros.
Forster, Daniel Day-Lewis, the Monty Python team, Gore Vidal, John Updike, Thomas Harris, Gabriel García Márquez, Milan Kundera, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Melvyn Bragg, Dennis Bergkamp, David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Sam Mendes, Anthony Burgess, Virginia Woolf, Michael Nyman, Philip Glass, Steven Spielberg, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ted Hughes, Mark Hughes, Sylvia Plath, Stevie Smith, Maggie Smith, the Smiths, Alan Ayckbourn, Harold Pinter, David Mamet, Tom Stoppard, of course, all other contemporary playwrights, Garrison Keillor, Sue Lawley, James Naughtie, Jeremy Paxman, Carole King, James Taylor, Kenneth Branagh, Van Morrison, Jim Morrison, Courtney Love, Courteney Cox and the entire cast of Friends, Ben Elton, Stephen Fry, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras and all contemporary male tennis players, Monica Seles and all female tennis players throughout history, Pele, Maradona, Linford Christie, Maurice Greene ('How can a sprinter who's faster than anyone else be overrated?
In it we find 'A perfume for a sweet bagg,' as follows: 'Take half a pound of Cypress Roots, a pound of Orris, 3 quarter of a pound of Calamus, 3 Orange stick with Cloves, 2 ounces of Benjamin, 3 quarters of a pound of Rhodium, a pound of Coriander seed, and an ounce of Storax and 4 pecks of Damask Rose leaves, a peck of dryed sweet Marjerum, a pretty stick of Juniper shaved very thin, some lemon pele dryed and a stick of Brasill.
The women must be blind, too, or they would grab their men whenever Pele came onstage and take off like bats out of an erupting volcano.