It is football in Britain, and soccer in America.
it is widely known the game football or soccer as the Americans and autralians know it, is from England.
Football players in America do not play the same game as football players in England play. The game that America calls football is the game that England calls gridiron. The game the England calls football is the game America calls soccer. acutally i live in England and we refer to Americans football as American football. imaginative i know
The game is actually the same as rugby, because of slightly different rules, but is commonly known as American football.
The end of a football game.
England's national games are Football, Cricket and Rugby. But people mainly associate England with Football
England, although other countries claim to have invented the game, it was in England the game we know today as football was invented.
England invented Football.
England is where football originated, they had the first league and made the first rules for the game. England is the motherland of football.
when you get picked for an England football team game.
'Soccer' comes from the word 'association'. The 'Football Association' was formed in England to administer the Sport. It was an association of Football clubs. The game they administered became known as 'Association Football' to differentiate it from 'Rugby Football' which was also invented in the 19th Century.
Coaches and quarterbacks can call a timeout on the field during a college football game.
You play with your foot, and it is a ball in the game!
The game known as football in Canada and the US is said to have originated at Rugby, a school in England, when William Webb Ellis picked up a soccer ball and ran the length of the field with it in 1823.
Which Version? The US call American football-football and association football-soccer.In the UK we call association football-football,Rugby football-Rugby and American football a girl's game because of all the padding they wear!
Probably because in the USA the single word 'football' is more commonly connected with 'American Football' rather than with "association football" - also known as 'soccer'. In those countries where another brand of football is much more popular than soccer, those more popular football games are what those regions call "football". There are many of them. 'Soccer' was originally a slang name for the game played in accordance with Rules set by The Football Association in England, where the game is sometimes still formally called 'Association Football', perhaps as a way of distinguishing it from other forms of football including American, Australian Rules, Gaelic and Rugby, to name a few.
England you bellend
In England in the end of middleage.......
'Soccer' comes from the word 'association'. The 'Football Association' was formed in England to administer the Sport. It was an association of Football clubs. The game they administered became known as 'Association Football' to differentiate it from 'Rugby Football' which was also invented in the 19th Century. 'Soc' is a common diminutive of Society or Association, and so the game became known as 'Soccer'. There is now a myth in England, that only Americans have ever called it 'Soccer', whereas the British call it 'Football' and always have. This myth is not true. As recently as 30 years ago, everyone in Britain called it Soccer. Only our mothers ever called it 'Football', and we ridiculed them for it!!! 'Soccer' was the name adopted by the US when 'Soccer' (as it then was known) was first marketed earnestly in the States. Possibly BECAUSE the Yanks started calling it 'Soccer', the perverse British started calling it 'Football', and now bare-facedly lie that they have NEVER called it 'Soccer'. i think it has somethin to do with scoring or the roman gods
In America it is known as soccer...
"jouer au foot / jouer au football" Americans call football "soccer"; Europeans call the American football game "American football"
Every sport has some type of danger involved. Attending a football game in England is no more dangerous than attending a hockey match in Canada, or a baseball game in the United States.
Football is probably more popular. (That's soccer, not American Football!)