What country invented football?
Many countries and cultures have historically played games similar to modern football, including Greece, China, Japan, Rome, Britain, many parts of Africa, and the Americas. Modern association football rules appear to have originated in England, starting as an effort to standardize the game played in schools.
Gridiron football (not futbol or soccer) was actually born in Canada by British soldiers against civilians in a game in Toronto on November 9, 1861. It has been modified since then and includes Canadian and American football.
The UK actually invented baseball it was invented in 1744 by the british but the Americans took it over to their country in 1762. It was popular in England, more popular than football is today and because the USA is bigger and just as popular the Americans claimed it as their sport.anwerd by mohamed mido
People don't really know which country invented football, but the most sources come from England. First you played it with your hands like rugby you had to take an object to an other village it developed quickly. Sometimes it was even played with your feet and so football came. They began to make goals and a good ball (although it was made of pig organs) and played games against other villages.
Sports that involve kicking a ball have been played all over the world for centuries, but it was in England that a game that so much as resembled football was played. The English Football Association then devised the rules of Association Football so, despite what that %*$&€!# Sepp Blatter says, football was invented in England.
Because the English invented the modern game of football and they take pride in that and the rest of the world loves football to.Its the same for Americans and their American football, they think its important but the rest of the world thinks they are stupid for calling their sport American football, football, which it is not. Plus no one in the world likes American football and everyone likes real football. Its important to every…