No. It is the score of one team. There are two ways of scoring in Gaelic Football. They are goals, by getting the ball into the net. A goal is worth 3 points. The other way is to score a point, by hitting the ball over the crossbar. The scores are often given showing both the amount of goals scored and the amounts of points scored, rather than the overall total. 2 - 15 means 2 goals and 15 points. That would be a total of 21 points.
Well if you mean a is in the state then there is the Arizona Cardinals and the Atlanta Falcons.
The AS in the names for a football club means Associazione Sportiva or Sport Association in English. Associazione Sportiva is Italian and adds the same effect of FC, or Football Club, in the names and it is not necessary in describing the team.
If you mean what professional football teams are there in Arkansas, there are none.
France probably. But if you mean Gaelic football, that would be Ireland.
I'm not 100% sure what you're asking or if you mean American football or futbol but there are about 120 women's tackled football teams (American football) as of 2012 and the numbers are growing.
It is a special cup teams compete in.
From Norse as a measure of land or from Gaelic ditch.
Gaelic for Son of. For example MacDougall translated into the Son of Dougall.
college football?. Don't you mean American college football,or the real thing?
Do you mean the referee or linesmen?
The meaning of SEC in college football is South Eastern Conference. Teams in the SEC include Alabama, Tennessee, and Auburn.
Neil is a Gaelic name. It has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew.
It depends on what you mean by a football team. In Merseyside it usually means soccer teams in the Football League, that is the big commercial soccer teams. On that narrow definition there are three, Liverpool, Everton and Tranmere Rovers. Several more (about 7) play in minor leagues, and then there must be hundreds of amateur teams, both formal and informal. There are also rugby football teams, notably St. Helens RLFC.
If you mean starting with the letter U, then there are none in the top 5 leagues, unless you count 'uddersfield and 'ull! Sounds like a dumb question really.
That could be the Raiders or the Steelers...
Hurling and Gaelic football were both banned by the British in Ireland at one stage (although it was a rather ineffective ban). If by football you mean soccer not Gaelic football, the original form of fsoccerr (and rugby) was banned at one time in England because it took up time that sohould have been spent practisign archery!
Rebekah is not a Gaelic name and therefore doesn't mean anything in Gaelic.
GAA BEO(Irish) means Cumann Luthcleas gael beo which means Gaelic Athletic Association live. It is the name of a TV program that's shows hurling and Gaelic football matches.
defence in football is stopping the goals that the other teams strikers try to score so they have to block them and make sure they dont score.
There is only 32 and they are all in the United States if you mean the NFL.
It is not a Gaelic word. Gaelic has no K.
If you mean "International teams", you've got as much teams as officially recognized by FIFA (Football International Federation Association) : 207 teams (in august 2008) If you mean "professional teams", it's like between 20 and 100 by country which have professionnal league (like 50) But if you mean "teams, local like huge", nothing like France has nearly 10 000 teams (or maybe more)
Irish football can mean one of two things: namely, football (association football/soccer) which is governed by either of the two governing bodies on the island, one on each side of the border (i.e. the FAI - Football Association of Ireland - situated in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, or the IFA - Irish Football Association of Ireland - situated in Belfast, Northern Ireland), or Gaelic Football, one of a range of indigenous Irish sports, the official rules of which were drawn up in 1884 in a hotel in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Republic of Ireland. For more information on Gaelic Football and its sister sports (Hurling, Camogie and Handball), it may be prudent to visit the website of the governing body, the Gaelic Athletic Association, at www.gaa.ie.
"Gaelic" can mean "Irish Gaelic' or "Scottish Gaelic". They are classified as two distinct languages.