Whilst the true name is Gaelic Football there are references made to the same sport using the term Gaelic Soccer. However, few use the "soccer" reference as it gives the impression it is similar to Association Football (Soccer). Followers of the game, especially Irish supporters would not use the soccer terminology in the same context as Gaelic Football. The only real similarity is the use of a round ball and goals at each end of the pitch. The game is derived from "caid" (said Kad). Gaelic football was first formally coded in 1887.
Irish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic
A Gaelic Football ball is a leather ball, similar to the ball used in soccer.
No Gaelic version.
Irish Gaelic: salacharScots Gaelic: salachar
Irish Gaelic: áiméanScots Gaelic: amen
w do you say two in scots gaelic
In Scottish Gaelic it is iuchair;in Irish Gaelic it is eochair.
In Irish Gaelic: Bí i do shláinte. In Scots Gaelic: ?
Scottish Gaelic is foileag; Irish Gaelic is bocaire.
Irish Gaelic: boirleach; damba Scottish Gaelic: ?
Scottish Gaelic: neoini Irish Gaelic: nialas