the rules of nothing have never changed and will change never until they change or they will never change . nothing will never change but be changed.KEEP READING THIS WILL LEAD TO NOTHING , BUT CAN'T, BUT WILL CHANGE
What happened was that at the time it was called football but it was actually played like soccer. When they changed the rules to football (which then made it more like rugby), they kept the old football rules and just called that sport soccer.
Football has the fewest rules out of sports. Football = Soccer
Football is a sport. It is played, not "applied".
Aussie rules Football ...
Yes, football is a sport. Of course it is. It meets all the criteria for a sport: an organized, competitive athletic activity governed by a set of rules.
Rugby is goverened by Laws not Rules Steve
Australian Rules Football (AFL), football, rugby, cricket
Australian rules football
Aussie Rules Football
They have cricket and Australian rules football
Australian Rules Football
AFL, or Australian Football League - Football (Australian Rules)
Walter Camp was the man that invented the great sport of football. He made the rules official back in 1879. Football is the most popular sport in the world.
English invented official rules in 1863
The most popular sport in Australia is AFL (Aussie Rules Football)
Football (soccer) is the national sport, but the national sport in terms of spectator popularity is almost certainly Cricket, followed by Australian Rules Football, and then Rugby League.
it depends on the sport. football rules are enforced by penaltys and yards. basketball rules are enforced by fouls and foul shots.
Football evolved from rugby. The founders changed the rules around alittle and ta da! Football!
A gym teacher was supposed to create a sport that football players were supposed to play during the off season. This game was then created and rules have changed many times.
Australia's main sport is cricket, followed by AFL - Australian Rules football (not soccer).
The football code of Australian Rules was invented in Australia.
In both country's they have football, but in Australia, they have Australian rules football, and in Germany, they have Association football. That is an example.