this was a sport in 1815 or that is when the first rules were released
will you believe the rules are the same in soccer in australia, as they are in the uk. seen as how it is the same sport
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All sports need rules, or else they cannot be played. So like any sport, soccer needs rules.
Football has the fewest rules out of sports. Football = Soccer
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.
I think it's cause its the most popular sport and almost if not all countries play it. SOCCER RULES!!
Australia's main sport is cricket, followed by AFL - Australian Rules football (not soccer).
The rules for soccer in Ireland are the same as the rest of the world. You may be referring to the sport of Gaelic Football. See the related question below if that is what you are looking for.
Soccer balls are used instead of golf balls in the sport FootGolf. The cups are made bigger for the soccer ball and the rules of the game follow the rules of golf.
It is probably soccer. Soccer is the biggest sport in the world I think because they have leagues all over the world other than like basketball or football. In football they have lots of leagues but different rules, but soccer is worldwide and has the same rules wherever you play it.
The major rules of Soccer were drawn up around 1850. Beyond that little is known.
Soccer (or Association Football) became recognized as a "Sport" under the Cambridge Rules of 1848. From there the rules were refined in 1857 in Sheffield England until they became the rules as we know them today. To be honest, the sport was developed well before then as the sport was used a training regimen by Chinese forces in 3000 BC and throughout history since. Many would claim it as the first sport ever played.
No. Soccer is an international sport, with standard rules around the world. There are different variations of soccer, like 5-a-side, but they are the same around the world. So the standard rules of soccer apply in Estonia, like in other countries.
Ryan Potter's favorite sport is soccer! This is obvious because his text signature is *soccer rules!* Plus, he and his best freind Evan always wear soccer shirts from the two teams that they play on.
The noun 'soccer' is an abstractnoun, a word for the sum total of people, objects, rules, and actions that combine to make up the sport of soccer. The noun 'soccer' is a word for a concept.
Yes, the noun 'soccer' is an abstractnoun as a word for all of the elements of people, objects, activities, and rules that combine to form the sport.
It depends on what you consider official. Soccer was played at universities in Europe as far back as 1815. Eton College established a specific set of rules. Soccer was played at a lot of colleges in the US in 1820, but there were no intercollegiate games, and the rules changed quite often. Soccer was first considered an official sport of the Olympics starting in 1904.
Soccer does not have twenty rules. Soccer has 17 rules, called the Laws of the Game.
Soccer is the most popular sport in most countries. A few countries prefer other forms of football (such as NFL, rugby, or Australian rules), hockey, baseball, and so on.
every sport training in high school has safety rules yes the have about 7 rules although i can't remember what they are they are very stupid rules though
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.
Like any sport, rules in soccer do change, so they have changed lots of times since the game was first given formal rules.
A form of soccer was played during the Civil War years. The first soccer rules were written in 1848, long before the Civil War was fought.
Soccer os a sport that you kic the ball.