Tired of wondering, Baumholder's Erik Majorwitz took the ball and ran with it.
Apparently immune to the tedium of sifting through dusty paper or glitchy electronic files, Majorwitz spent considerable time this fall, ("Many, many hours...," according to DODDS-Europe's ultimate football history-maker and historian, Marcus George of Ansbach) compiling and making available on the Web every All-Europe football team from the inception of the all-star squad in 1968 to the 2010 version which appeared in Saturday's Stars and Stripes.
Those lists are available at the European high school football Web-site hsfootballeurope.net, thanks to the work of webmaster Sam Lightle, and you're invited to check them out. Go to the site and look on the left-hand side of the home page for the "All-Europe" tab.
The site contains lots more history than just the All-Europe teams, mainly because of George's own dogged research efforts.
And more histoical information is expected. Of the most immediate help would be the identities of the schools which won European football championships before 1975, the year the school system began scheduling title games. Prior to that, Stripes' longtime high school sports editor Ben Abrams picked football champions based on his own and coaches' impressions of the relative strengths of the teams each season.