- This episode premiered first in Latin America on March 29, 2010, a few days before airing in the USA.
- In Brazil, this episode was rerun in June 2010, as part of the FIFA World Cup marathon, where the Nicktoons competed and the most voted by the public would win. "The Fairly OddParents" was the winner, beating shows like "SpongeBob", maybe because the other shows had no soccer-themed episodes.
- This episode was going to air with Playdate of Doom, but it aired with The Boss Of Me instead.
- This the second time someone remarks that Cosmo is the biggest moron, but Timmy's Dad is seen doing something dumber than Cosmo, the first time is "Temporary Fairy".
- The teams The Victims face are:
- The Lecterville Cannibals
- The Cyborgs
- The Black Belts
- The Pirates
- The Dark Knights
- The Dinkle Ducks
- There is a Pirates baseball team in Dimmsdale.
- One odd thing about this episode is that except for the Dimmsdale Victims cry "Not in the Face", none of Timmy's teammates say anything, including Timmy's friends Chester, A.J., Sanjay, or Elmer. Even when Timmy kicks the ball from Chester and heads towards the opposing team's goal, Chester looks surprised, but still says nothing.
- This is one of the only episodes where Timmy doesn't make a wish. The reason is that the wish would probably have been related to soccer but because he was in a competition, he could not make any wishes because it is against Da Rules.
- The other episodes when Timmy doesn't make a wish were "The Big Scoop" and "Crash Nebula".
- This is the first episode Timmy is the main character, but he doesn't make a wish.
- Mr. Turner ripping off his own hair when Timmy misses the goal each time is similar to what he did after he lost the cleanest house award to Dinkleberg in "Channel Chasers".
- The championships were held at the Dimmadome.
- He Poofs, He Scores - The title is based on the phrase, "He shoots, he scores".
- Silence of the Lambs - The Lecterville Cannibals team is a reference to Hannibal Lecter.
- Daffy Duck - When Tootie is cheerleading for the Victims, she jumps up and down and yells "Woohoo! Woohoo!" like Daffy Duck.
- Tour de France - In the scene at France, Tootie wins the Tour de France.
- Mighty Ducks - The Dinkle Ducks may be a reference to The Mighty Ducks.
- Batman - The Dark Knights are an obvious reference to the 2008 Batman movie, The Dark Knight.
- Timmy beating the other team because of Poof.
- Mr. Turner ripping his hair everytime Timmy misses the goal.
- The Verizon Fios channel guide accidentally calls this episode "He Poofs, She Scores". Even though there was nobody who was female playing soccer.