football had the most injuries.
by football do you mean soccer?
no football because you can break every bone in your body
They are actually the same game.
Football is the official name for soccer. Soccer comes from association football. Only in the USA and Canada do they say soccer. The global name for football is of course football. The global name for American football is gridiron. Football is a sport played using the feet and a ball, only football does this. Both sports have many injuries but the more serious ones happen in gridiron. if mean Canada and usa soccer is better football is dangerous but what about soccer all the leg injuries
Its 1872 and yes Soccer was called Football in Europe and soccer the real Football because they use their feet and Australian or American Football should be called Handball or Handegg because they use more hands for handpasses and throws and it doesnt involved kicking except Australian football
There Is More Injuries IN Football Than Hockey, Hockey Has Less
No. In Australia, the term "Football" [colloquially "footy"], mainly refers to the Australian football game, also called, "Aussie Rules". Even in the two states that play much more rugby than Australian football, they do not reference soccer with the word 'football' - the 150+ year tradition within Australia has therefore long been to be speaking of either Australian football or one of the rugby codes - 'league or union' when football is mentioned. The only change that has occurred is that the major soccer / "association football" league in Australia has changed its own lead name from "Soccer" to include the word "Football", but certainly, neither the general populous, nor the culture as a whole refers to soccer by the term football. The chief governing body of Australian Football has long been named, "The Australian Football League". The true name of the soccer brand of football, by the way, is actually "Association Football".
Association football (Soccer), Five-a-side soccer, Gaelic football, Rugby League, Wheelchair rugby,Freestyle football, Rugby Union, American football, Canadian, Australian football, Subbuteo, Table football and quite a few more.
It depends. Personally i would say football. But soccer can be dangerous too. I've played it for 9 years i would know. Then u have to think on who is playing the sport is it a 5 year old or a 20 year old. In 2006 418,260 children were sent to the emergency room with injuries from playing football. Soccer produced only 174,686.
Cricket, rugby, tennis, soccer. Probably many more. Australian Rules football.