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Cuju is the predecessor of modern soccer.
Cuju was actually the first to invent Football/Soccer in 206 BC but great Britain then Introduced it in 1900
I guess so considering that they have a international team but there is a a sport called Cuju which is just like soccer which is very popular, not sure which ones more popular?
yes ,many years agoAnswerThe Chinese invented a game called Cuju which has similarities to football. However, despite FIFA's inexplicable attempts to perpetuate the myth Cuju was the forerunner of soccer the game has no historical connection with American football, Association football (soccer), Rugby football, Australian Rules football or any of the family of football games which evolved from ball games first played in medieval Europe. The most likely ancestor of these foot ball games is Episkyros first played by the Ancient Greeks 2000 BC which was adapted to create a ball game called Harpastum played by the Romans from 200 BC.
There is no exact date for soccer because there was different types of it. The first recorded, though was in 2nd and 3rd centuries B.C in Asia it was known as "Cuju". But people argue that it was in Europe in the 1800s. Now you decide where it was.
Well, there were many games that were played throughout history that were similar, including a game called Phaininda in Ancient Greece and the Chinese game Cuju. However, the modern version of soccer was created by trying to unify the rules to the game that was played in the public schools of England, and the history of that particular game goes back to about the 8th century AD in England. it was started by the Aztecs
During the Han dynasty in ancient China, people enjoyed various board games and sports. One popular game was Liubo, which involved dice and strategy. Cuju, an early form of soccer, was also enjoyed by many, along with archery and horse riding. Additionally, the upper class engaged in intellectual games such as Weiqi (Go) and Xiangqi (Chinese chess).
Soccer was not invented by a single person. Soccer was first institutionalized in England at Cambridge University in 1848. Since then, there have been several evolutions of the game. Today, the highest governing association of soccer is FIFA (International Federation of Association Football), which began in 1904. Centuries before soccer became an organized sport, several similar games had emerged all around the world. An example of this is the game called "Cuju" which was played in ancient China. Ancient Romans and Greeks are said to have played similar games as well.
the English invented football writing the rules for it in 1863.... if you notice on alot of the European clubs badges (Barcelona, ac milan) they have the English flag on their badge, this is because English people started up these clubs. Nope, it is likely that the English developed the modern game. No,English invented football
the aztecksSoccer is believed to have evolved from ancient games. Cuju was played by the Chinese in the 2nd century BCE. The game, as soccer does today, involved players kicking a leather ball. In Cuju, the object was to kick the ball into a hole in a piece of silk. The sheet of silk was held up by two 10 meter poles. Later, in 600 CE, the Japanese started playing a game called Kemari. The object was to keep a ball up in the air for as long as possible. From those games and possible others, the game, soccer was born. The game became a popular game for kids and adults alike, which started its spread across Europe. The game, soccer, is now the most popular sport in the world.
The earliest soccer was came from ancient China named Cuju (蹴鞠- means kick ball), it first appeared in the Records of the Grand Historian (史記, Shiji - 109B.C. to 91 B.C.) of Han Dynasty. The Chinese started to use Cuju as a military training during the Chinese Warring Period (475 B.C. to 221B.C.). Later on is had spread to Korean, Japan and Vietnam. The English had modified and created the rules for the primitive soccer game. Around 1900, soccer brought back in China and Chinese formed the Chinese Football Association (CFA) in 1924. Until 1931, it affiliated to the FIFA (International Federation of Association Football).