What was the first football game ever filmed?

BLACKBURN ROVERS V WEST BROMWICH (UK 1898) Dir: Arthur Cheetham; 35mm, 42ft, 1' (16fps) The earliest surviving film of an actual game, played between the English sides Blackburn Rovers and West Bromwich Albion (in stripes) at Blackburn in September 1898. Originally 250ft in length, the film was taken from a single viewpoint behind one goal and shows action from both halves of the match. Blackburn won 4-0.