Mob football emerged during the Middle Ages in Europe. It was a local game tradition played annually by a few game rules.
There were different kinds of football played in the Middle Ages, and mob football was one of them. There was no set of rules, except as was agreed upon at the beginning of the game. In the case of mob football, the rules might have consisted merely of where the goals were, and the number of people playing on either side was not stipulate, so the sides could be whoever wished to join in, in whatever number they came.
The Mob Rules was created in 1981.
Mob Rules - band - was created in 1994.
Yes mob football is still played to day!
There was no fixed set of rules. The rules for any given game were probably just those agreed upon at the beginning. This might have included merely stipulating the goals. In the form called mob football, even the number of players was not fixed, and anyone who wanted to join in did so. There is a link below to an article on medieval football.
enya lynchAnswerThe answer depends on which form of football you mean as there have been numerous forms of football coded in England. I will assume you are referring to Association Football(Soccer) in which case the rules or 'Laws of the Game' were wrote by Ebenezer Cobb Morley for and behalf of the Football Association founded 1863. Other English codes include Rugby School football 1823, Cambridge Rules football 1848, Sheffield rules football 1857, Rugby Union football 1871, Rugby League football 1896 and many more all of which evolved from Shrovetide football also known as mob football or folk football played for hunderds of years from medieval times.
Rules make up the game of football.
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The commissioner decides on the rules in football.
In flag football their is a flag if you tackle.