Alternate Sport History is a wiki that was initially based off a thread on alternatehistory.com under the name of An Earlier World Cup of Football with the simple point of difference being what if it was a earlier World Cup. With a contributing Wiki on the Althistory Wikia, the original thread would die in 1938. But the timeline laid dorment until I picked it back up and expanded to include all sports in the timeline. From there, I have expanded with different PODs from other sports and hopefully expand the timeline onwards until hopefully the modern day.
January 1, 2023: Happy New Year for 2023. December 9, 2022: 500 pages have now been hit with the 1958 FIFA World Cup qualification (EFU) page. March 12, 2022: Got the computer to work but still probably be safe to not have the live tournament finals. March 5, 2022: Live tournament is currently on hold for now due to computer dying. February 20, 2022: The first live event will begin with the 1962 FIFA World Cup to be held from February 20 to March 10, 2022.
Helping out the server
So if you want to be contribute towards this timeline, you can send me a message via my talk page with what area you want to work with. There is the reminder that the timeline currently only goes up to June 1963 so try and keep that in mind when you are doing updates.
June 23, 1963: Jim Clark wins the 1963 Dutch Grand Prix once again by over a full lap over the competition. June 22, 1963: Jacky Cupit wins the 1963 US Open by one stroke over second place Julius Boros and Arnold Palmer. June 20, 1963: Australia takes home the first ever edition of the Federation Cup as they defeated the Americans 2-1. June 16, 1963: Italian pair, Ludovico Scarfiotti and Lorenzo Bandini win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. June 9, 1963: Jim Clark wins the 1963 Belgian Grand Prix by one full lap over the competition.
For a list of archived news you can go here.