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Football - American
American Football History
Who discovered football?
April 19, 2013 2:44AM
Since ancient times, peoples from around the world have played games which involved kicking or carrying a ball. The more modern version of traditional football mainly got its origin in England, though.
When was football discovered?
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The first football like games were discovered by the ancient tribe of Incas they used to kick the ball around and kick it in a hole to score a goal then soccer was discovered in china the Chinese used to play a similar sort of game they used to kick a ball into a hoop and when the British came to China they adapted soccer; changed the rules
Who was the first person who discovered football?
How was football discovered?
That's a too general question if you ask me... Football as a game, that was completely different than the modern AF nowadays, has been played by native Americans centuries ago... from what we know today. But, the "blowing development" of football started from rather "brutal traditions", that were celebrated in England in XIX. Those "Brutal traditions" were games played during Fat Thursday. Eventually, Americans have cribbed that IDEA from Englishmen and adapted into intercollege competitions. From that moment on, the football became very popular discipline, and was modified - several times. Those modifications gave us the Football we know today. Answering your question: Nobody knows how the football was discovered; what we know are only effects of this discovery.
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Was the NFL discovered before collegiate football or after?
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