Only capitalize the word 'football' when it is the beginning of a sentence or forms part of a title.
No. It's not necessary.
You call it football because you play with ball and kick the ball
Do you capitalize the word soccer in a sentence. For example, I like to play soccer.
A soccer ball is round, a football is shaped like a lemon. A soccer ball is smooth, a football has some grip. A soccer ball is a lot bigger than a football.
A Gaelic Football ball is a leather ball, similar to the ball used in soccer.
A football weighs more than a tennis ball.
Yes, because it is a propernou n.
The quarterback throws the football in football
Yes, if you are referring to a particular hall of fame, such as, "We visited the National Football League Hall of Fame." No, when referring to a generic or unspecified hall of fame, such as, "He is in the hall of fame," or "He is in the football hall of fame."
to play football.
A football and a golf ball are both faster than a book, even if kicked with the same force. Between a football and a golf ball the winner will be the golf ball, because the football has much more drag.
A soccer ball is the same thing as a football in Europe. So it's free if you have a soccer ball because it already is a European football.
Yes a football is heaver than a soccer ball.
Ball State Cardinals football was created in 1924.
Some football type games with a oval ball are AFL (Australian Football League*), American Football and Rugby.
You play with your foot, and it is a ball in the game!
Football is to get the ball and goal to the goal
Football and golf are the only major sports without a round ball. Football has a unique shaped ball (the football) while hockey uses a puck.
kicking the ball
You can't be a ball boy
A soccer ball is mostly kicked or sometimes football or flag football