What is the earliest existing film footage of a football match, shot for the entire duration of the game, not just fragments and highlights ?
Regarding oldest footage:
"Blackburn and West Brom feature in oldest footage of a football match dating from 1898"
But there's no mention whether Arthur Cheetham filmed the whole match or just parts of it.
Source: The Daily Mail
"In October 1946, the first live televised football match was broadcast by the BBC from Underhill. Twenty minutes of the game against Wealdstone were televised in the first half and thirty five minutes of the second half before it became too dark."
During the World Cup 1954 the first international match was broadcasted (Austria - Scotland, with Austria winning 1:0).
The final match between Germany and Hungary was broadcasted as well (Germany winning 3:2), but not much of the footage is still in existence today.
Other than that, it's really hard to find anything about when the first whole match has been recorded on tape. I also doubt that the footage still exists.