Italy is different from England in various ways. Some of the common differences include language, currency and the variance in cultures.
Yes. They call it football.
No. They are different countries with many differences in all sorts of ways.
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.
Yes, there r tryouts for football in England!
"American football" is what football is called in England. This is because the names "associated football" and "football" are already used for soccer.
Southern, New England, Midlands, Appalachian, Midwestern, Western, for the really broad categories.
English football (or soccer in American) originated in England.
Sorry to disappoint you, but you can't play football for England; football is only for USA. But, FUTBOL, on the other hand, you can play for England.
England invented Football.
No, Football was "invented" in England.