Ah, the classic pigskin! This ball if known as a football, or pigskin. It is the central item used to play the sport of football.
rugby league i think
football (the one with the brown oval shaped ball)
Early rugby balls were sewn from pigs' bladders covered with leather which is why they had an oval shape. They are now made from synthetic materials, and the original oval or sphere shape was the shape of choice.
a wierd ball
it is played on an oval, witha goal at each end. you are not aloud to use your hands or arms on theball and the aim of the game is to get the ball in the goal
ball shaped like a bowl
An AFL ball is the football used in the Australian game of football. The AFL ball is an oval-shaped/egg-shaped ball (much the same as a rugby ball, but slightly smaller and more elongated) that consists of an inner bladder (nowadays made of rubber) inside a casing of four leather panels stitched together, covering it. When Australian football is played in the day time, they usually use a red ball and when played at night they use a yellow ball.
The main sport which is played at the Jubilee Oval is rugby league football. It is a multipurpose stadium which has also hosted soccer matches.
The ball is classed as a torpedo shape, basically pointed at both ends. The American football was based on the original design . The size, weight and air pressure used to inflate the ball are governed by the NRL and IRB regulations. The are now a number of manufacturers of rugby balls the oldest being Gilbert of UK who produced the first balls used in the Rugby School Warwickshire England. They were made of leather outers with pigs bladder inside which was inflated to make the ball. They are now made of a synthetic polymer with a silicone inflatable bladder inside