more commonly spelled futbol. Internationally, the game of American football is known as 'gridiron'. The vast majority of the world calls soccer football. Only in North America is football called soccer and gridiron called football.
Football,Rugby and Tenis
Internationally known football clubs of Rome... of today! Lazio Rome AC Rome Both in Serie A, the first league of Italy. I hope you didn't mean "romanians"... They - of course - play in their national league...
As of 2009/2010, David Beckham is the most famous internationally.
Australian Football has more injuries than soccer, its only because soccer is played internationally, there is alot more ways for a person to get hurt in Australian football than soccer
French often excel at soccer/football, skiing and handball.
Frank Lampard plays his club football for Chelsea and represents England internationally.
The word "ten" does not mean anything in some languages!
That sounds as if you are talking about a unit that is used internationally. Usually those would be the SI units, such as meter, ampere, kelvin, etc.
Football (world champions in 1998, runner-ups in Seoul), handball (world and Olympic champions), rugby (codified in Britain but originating from south-western France), fencing, judo, karate, ... As most countries, France plays nearly all sports internationally even if it has a low raking in some (Amreican football, etc..)
England is the country that first played football. Football is the association of scorer. Explanation: Internationally England has become the first country who played football in 1872 on 30 November. At Hamilton Crescent , West of Scotland Cricket Club 's ground in the ‘ Partick area of Glasgow ’. Reference
Soccer/football tennis le tour de France
Certainly, a prime example would be soccer(or football, as it is referred to internationally).
There several codes of football played nationally and internationally. "American football" is one of these codes created in the USA. Other popular codes include Association football (Soccer), Rugby Union football, Rugby league football, Gaelic football, Canadian football and Australian football. They can all trace their origins to a medieval ball game played in Britain called 'football' which was one of several similar games traditionally played to celebrate Shrovetide.
If football you mean American Football? Then yes. If football, you mean Soccer? Then yes also!
Nationally, NASCAR is the fastest growing professional sport, rivaling professional football. Internationally, Formula 1 racing ranks second to what the rest of the world calls football (soccer).
The word "soccer" is derived from "association football". Soccer is a game played under rules determined by the International Football Association Board (IFAB)and governed internationally by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (International Federation of Association Football), commonly known by the acronym FIFA. The English language word "football" is also applied to gridiron football (which includes American football and Canadian football), Australian rules football, Gaelic football, rugby football (rugby league and rugby union), and related games.
Internationally, it is football/soccer. no doubt its soccer...d passion for soccer is jst like nething.......
It is popular in the US and to some extent Canada and is gaining popularity in Europe, but it isn't too popular in the rest of the world.
If by football you mean the American version of football, then it's le football americain If by football you mean futbol (Soccer), then it's le football
In English football the record is shared by Roy McDonough and Steve Walsh which is 13 red cards. Not sure internationally though.
Sunday Night Football
In what form exactly? It can mean Illinois Athletics, it can mean Italian Football, etc.
dude every country other than America uses the word football to mean football, as you play football with your feet hence football.....
There is not an internationally agreed standard, but generally it is the amount, by weight, of nitrogen.
What does the Football term pig in a poke mean?