Much bigger - yes.
Most of the AFL stadia/grounds measure approximately 175 yards by about 140 to 150 yards. The pitches of most other well-known 'football' games are around 100 to 110 yards in length. These latter pitches do have the advantage of being rectangular, as opposed to the Aussie grounds ovular shape, but with the much larger dimension, the rectangular shape of the soccer pitch nowhere near accounts for such a huge advantage in general dimension of the Australian football ground.
Technically Yes; The game of football was actually a mixture of both games , then October 26, 1863, London the Football Association was formed to standardise the rules of the game due to its popularity. At the time many of the rules were still see in Rugby were removed or mad an offence. Those teams that fought to keep these rules in the game were ignored and they broke away and kept playing teh game as they had known it. Then in 1871 a group were brought together to formulate the rules of "The Rugby Union". This was done because the game had moved across continents and the rules varied from place to place - BY standardising the rules teams from different countries could compete under the same game rules
it depends Golf was played by black and white and soccer was played by Mexican and black so golf is older
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Yes it is ... centuries older. A form of Soccer was first played in the year 1004 BCE. Rugby started in 1823 AD
archeologists discovered Egyptian drawings from 2800b.c. depicting a game similar to rugby/football. Eat sht soccer b!tches..
No, soccer is older than AFL
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Yes it is
It isn't. People think it is because when the people show the football pitch, it looks bigger. When it's the rugby pitch they show it at the side so it looks smaller than a football pitch. From :)
The Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club, is not the 2nd largest stadium in the world. There are many stadiums in the world much bigger than it and there are stadiums in England that are bigger than it.
The Cubs stadium, Wrigley Field is about 1,000 seats bigger than the White Sox stadium, U.S. Cellular Field.
No, a soccer field is bigger than a basketball court.
Yes, much bigger. Ceres is about the size of Texas.
Azteca stadium, MexicoThe Salt Lake "soccer" stadium in Kolkata, India (Calcutta) seats 120,000 people. The largest "American football" stadium is smaller than that.
Yes by roughly 10000
Wembly and something else
a dome is smaller because baseball stadiums are 300ft on field
Yes. If its an animal and bigger than a soccer ball, it's probably a vertebrate.
No, It's the same width; however a soccer field is 20 yards longer.