Rugby (started in England, 1823) was introduced to North America by the British Army in Montreal in 1868, which played a series of games with McGill University.
In 1874, McGill arranged to play a few games at Harvard, which liked the new game so much that it became a feature of the Ivy League.
Both the Canadian and American games evolved separately from this.American Football was not invented. It evolved over a period of time, from 1874, for at over 30 years. Many people contributed to its development. Though Walter Camp is called the Father of American Football, this was because he promoted it and was prominent on rules committees in its early years, not because he invented it.
The game played by McGill and Harvard might not be recognized as football by a modern audience. For example, it did not permit forward passes, and did not have a line of scrimmage. These developed during the 1880s and 1890s. The flying wedge formation was introduced in 1892 and banned because it was deadly in 1894. But football remained so brutal that in Theodore Roosevelt (of all people) threatened to close it down unless rules supporting safety were adopted. The forward pass was one of the resulting improvements, and is so important to the modern game that it is hard to imagine football without it.
how lon has American football been invented
Charles Lyles accually invented football in 1833.
No they are two persons who made it possible.
It was to rough
depends what football you're referring to: soccer or American football? depends what football you're referring to: soccer or American football?
Walter Camp is considered the "Father of American Football"
Depends on which football you're referring to; if you mean gridiron the yes, that was invented in America, but if you meant football (soccer), then no, this was invented in England.
Walter camp created the football used in American football. He was a graduate of Yale and invented the game in 1820. Since then, the game has grown to be a multi billion dollar industry professionally.
Walter Camp was a pioneer of American football, though it was not invented, but derived from Europe's rugby
Canadian (not just CFL) football was not 'invented.' It developed over many years, just like American football did. Countless numbers of people were involved in the development of both the Canadian and American games.
It wasn't 'invented' exactly. It was derived from Rugby football in the mid-19th century and began to develop on its own.
Whether you are referring to American Football or Association Football, the answer is no. Dr. James Naismith invented the sport of basketball in 1891, the sport of American Football was introduced 2 years earlier in 1889, and Association Football (or soccer) came about approximately half a century before that.
He is claimed by gridiron fans to have invented invented gridiron, commonly called American football. It's commonly believed that Walter Camp was the person who adapted rugby into the sport of American football.
The game of American Football was not invented by any college professor. It is a derivative of the game that became the inspiration for American Football, Rugby, and Soccer.
I think the name pretty much explaines itself.. ?? when you think about it, it should be pretty easy to figure out... AMERICAN 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.
1879 the coach at Yale Walter Camp made football from the game of rugby.
Football developed out of soccer by an American college coach in the early 1900's.
The inventer of the american football sport, his name is walter camp. He is the father of american footbal. He played for yale university from 1876 to 1882.
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.
England invented Football.
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".
they used rocks before the football was invented pretty cool huh?