The rules for the game word association vary from person to person. The most common form involves the first player thinking of a word with each following player saying the first word that pops into their head and is associated with the previous word.
The English Football Association created the first widely accepted official rules of the game in 1863, dubbing the game association football. These rules were known as the "Laws of the Game."
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The first College Football game played in 1869 used the rules modified from the London Football Association. Over the next few years as the game gained popularity the colleges began to favor the rules of Rugby over the rules of soccer. The game as we know it today evolved from the game of rugby.
The root word for soccer is, believe it or not, "Association". The word comes from the English propensity to at "er" to the end of words, and was meant to delineate certain football clubs with varying rules, (such as rugby was being split off as its own sport) and "Association Football", with more stringent rules traditional rules. The word started out as "Assoccer", and very quickly was adapted to "Soccer".
The word "football" was used early in the game's history, where the rules for different types of football had not been codified. Different codes - such as rugby football - evolved from earlier variations on the same game. The official name for the type of football that is now known as "soccer" in the US, Australia and Canada is "Association Football", because it is managed by the "Football Association" in England. "soccer" comes from "Association".
The NBA was founded in 1946. Then the American Basketball Association was founded in 1967 and changed some rules of the game and officials were added.
The International Football Association Board holds a meeting every year to determine approperate alterations to the rules of soccer (offically known as "The Laws of the Game").
the Englishwell the world don't exactly knowAnswerThe 'Laws of the game' for 'Association football' also known as 'Soccer' were wrote by a man called Ebenezer C. Morley on behalf of the newly formed Football Association in 1863. They are based on earlier rules known as the Cambridge Rules written at Cambridge University for their own football team and other schools to use in an attempt to standardise the various football rules played at different educational establishments. The word soccer is a phonetic abbreviation of the word 'Association' coined by English public school students who took the 'soc' from 'Association' and put an 'er' on the end. That is why prior to 1863 the word soccer did not exist. It is probably worth noting the same students called Rugby football 'Rugger' but this word fell out of use.
There are a few general rules for the game called Catch Phrase. These rules include refraining from saying words that rhyme with the word being guessed, giving the first letter of a word that is being guessed, or saying a part of the word that is being guessed.
The Laws of the Game for Soccer (Association football) were written by a man called Ebenezer Morley for and behalf of the fledgling Football Association in England 1863. The game was based on Cambridge rules football playedat Public Schools.
As the referee was announcing the rules for the game, i patiently waited.