Almost all do! You can look at the official FIFA world rankings. It states the number of national soccer teams and their ranking in the standings of all internationonal teams. I believe that there are more than 200 on the list, and you can view the rankings for club teams on the website as well.
They do play American Football in Ireland.
China played an ancient form of football. Then in 1863 the British wrote the rules and invented football. Over 200 countries play Football...and over 90% have football as their #1 sport. Spain and England are the biggest countries for football
If it is American football it is Canada.
Nearly every country plays FutBol (soccer, sounds like football), however, America and Canada are the only countries that play Football professionally (as in the sport with tackling, bla blah)Every country play football in a way or other.
The United States plays both American style football and soccer.
You can learn to play football at Shivaji Park, Dadar. There are many coaches to train you in football. There are many other locations as well spread across Mumbai, visit list sites like FindURClass.com to know the list in detail
The national Football players are players who play for different countries or for example come to England to play for a team but they are from a different country.
united states china Europe and my house
Think there were 8 nations at 1992 football Olympics
yes but in some countries they may call it futbul (fut-bul)
In Australia and Nauru, it is virtually the national sport. If you refer to the Wikipedian article on "Australian football", you will see that, right now, there are about 50 countries worldwide running Australian football leagues.
One can find a list of football clubs in England by using the website Wkipedia. The website presents a list of football clubs that play in the top ten levels of the English football league. Most of the clubs are directly in England, however some are located outside of England and operate in the English football league.
Click on the 'Division 1-A Football Colleges' link on this page to see all schools that play NCAA Division 1-A football. Click on the 'Division 1-AA Football Colleges' link on this page to see all schools that play NCAA Division 1-AA football.
All Latin countries have an international team from Brazil, Uraguay Argentina Chilie Paraguay. They play in the Copa America where the latin or south American countries play each other in a group and knockout round.
no just because your rich does not mean you can play football. you could be completley and utterly poor but be great at football
You can switch sides if you played under 21 football for one country and can play senior football for another country (but you must be a national). So you can but at a different level.
Yes, football is only played in the US. Countries in Europe and Asia play a game similar to it called rugby
Technically speaking, football is soccer. In Austalia they have a sport called football, and that's why the original football is called soccer (confusing lol). But in most countries, soccer is football.
There are 207 countries in the FIFA World Rankings. Spain is number 1. Turks and Caicos Islands are number 207.
Football is commonly termed "American Football" in other countries. Most countries refer to football as soccer. American Football thus clarifies which sport they are actually talking about.
Both countries play lots of soccer football.
Spain. China. Iceland. Pretty much anywhere but the US and Canada, and Canada just has a variation of American football.
I play football in the local park.
The football is always in play.