There are so many rules that even people who grew up playing and loving the game do not know. There is a reason why there are "laws" of the game in soccer (association football) and that you never hear this term mentioned in American football.
In short, no one I have ever asked this question has been able to answer.
What kind of football? American football, Association Football or Australian Rules?
11 in soccer and American Football. 15 in Gaelic Football and Rugby. 18 in Australian Rules Football.
The real name for Soccer is Football. You use your foot, to move the ball. Football was invented before American Football, the rules were written before American Football's rules. American Football shouldn't be called Football because the foot is barely used.
in American football they where padding gear and helmets and in Aussie rules they don't need too. Also in Australian football they kick the ball and in American football they throw and kick. And American football is way more violent than Australian rules. In Australian football the field is shaped like an oval in American football a rectangle. And in American football the goalpost is a wierd shape in Australian football it is just 4 posts.The rules are different too because American football is about scoring points by adavncing the ball into the endzones in Australian football they kick it between the four posts.Also in Australian football the ball is smaller and rounder than an American football and an American football is bigger and pointed.Also in American football there are loads of penalties.
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Association football (a.k.a. soccer, fútbol), Rugby football, American football, Canadian football, Australian Rules football, Arena football, Gaelic football, International Rules football, Futsal, Sepak Takraw and Kickball.
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technically soccer is football, the original football, unlike rugby or American football, or Aussie rules
Walter Camp is considered the "Father of American Football". He introduced the line of scrimage and down-and-distance rules to rugby.
NO, SOCCER IS AN AMERICAN VERSION WITH DIFFERENT RULES
US football has numerous rules, most of which concern how the ball is used (play and scoring), what players may or may not do (scrimmage and penalties), and how specific situations are handled (officiating). See the related links below, which reflect "NFL Football Rules" and "NCAA Football Rules" (college).
All the modern football games in the world would have originated from various games played in the middle ages, with balls of different shape. Out of these have come sports like Soccer, Rugby, Gaelic Football, Australian Rules Football, American Football and others. Many of these games share similar rules and have obvious similarities.
You can find the rules for Australian football online at websites such as Point Me To It and WikiHow. You can also find the different between Australian and American football by visiting its associated Wikipedia page.
Because it's one of the world's many football codes: association football (soccer), rugby football, Gaelic football, Australian rules football, and American/gridiron football. All of them except soccer allow use of the hands in open play. American football began as a kicking-oriented game. It wasn't until the first American colleges to play football met and standardized their rules, based on the English rugby code, that kicking played less of a role in the game. In fact, kicking remained a primary strategy until the forward pass was legalized in the early 20th century.
American Football descended from Rugby about 1869. It wasn't until the 1880's that the rules were standardized which made American Football different from Rugby. The rule adoption was led by Walter Camp of Yale University.
An American football, a rugby football and an Aussie rules ball are all prolate spheroids (pointed ovals). A soccer ball is a sphere.
The first American football games were played by the IVY League schools Yale, Harvard and Princeton. By the early 20th century, there were many deaths, and the president, Teddy Roosevelt. was going to outlaw the game unless some chaneges were made. The schools formed the NCAA and made rules and regulations. These rules also introduced the first forward pass in American football. The rest is history.
Assuming you mean American football and NOT European Football (soccer) Yes it is. American football resulted because of a number major diverse changes to the rules of rugby, most notably the rule changes instituted by Walter Camp, who is considered the "Father of American Football".
Because football is its original name, as the ball is kicked by the foot. It is called football around the vast majority of the world, it is only in America where 'American Football' is so popular it is called soccer. Soccer is sometimes used in Australia due to Australian Rules Football. Both American and Australian Rules football are variations of soccer (football) hence there names.
Yes. There are lots of types of football. American football, Rugby and Australian Rules Football all use oval balls. Soccer and Gaelic Football use round balls.
Rules make up the game of football.