An American football, a rugby football and an Aussie rules ball are all prolate spheroids (pointed ovals). A soccer ball is a sphere.
Haumea is ellipsoid in shape. In this way it is not unlike a rugby ball or an American football.
Its an oval ball similar in shape to an American football but larger.
The shape of the football was changed from the shape used in rugby to a prolate spheroid in 1897. Cllick on the 'History of the Football' link below to read about the evolution of the ball used in American football.
The ball in American football is ovoid shaped so that it may be held easily in the hand and hugged to the body. Also the shape of the ball means that it is more aerodynamic when it is thrown.
A rugby (league or union) ball is a prolate spheroid. The same shape is also used in Australian Rules Football, and in both American and Canadian football.
A ball has the shape known in mathematics as a sphere. (Unless it's an American football.)
The football was round at first like an ball, but i don't know how it became the shape it is today! The ball used in American football was modeled after the rugby ball. Rugby originally used a round ball, but it gradually flattened out into an egg shape, which allowed for easier handling and carrying. The rugby ball was at this stage of development when American football came along. The modern rugby ball is still a little fatter than the modern football and more rounded at the ends to allow for good bounces on dropkicks. After the forward pass was legalized, the American ball gradually became skinnier and pointier at the ends. These design changes made the ball more aerodynamic and easier for the thrower to handle.
in American football they where padding gear and helmets and in Aussie rules they don't need too. Also in Australian football they kick the ball and in American football they throw and kick. And American football is way more violent than Australian rules. In Australian football the field is shaped like an oval in American football a rectangle. And in American football the goalpost is a wierd shape in Australian football it is just 4 posts.The rules are different too because American football is about scoring points by adavncing the ball into the endzones in Australian football they kick it between the four posts.Also in Australian football the ball is smaller and rounder than an American football and an American football is bigger and pointed.Also in American football there are loads of penalties.
a football or any type of ball ========================= Any kind of ball with a ballular shape. The [American] football is not one of them.
Michael Ball - American football - was born on 1964-08-05.
Eric Ball - American football - was born on 1966-07-01.
Jason Ball - American football - was born on 1979-03-21.
The ball used in Gaelic Football is round.
An American football is the same shape as a rugby ball. A football is slightly smaller and is more pointed whereas a rugby ball is rounder in overall shape. A football skin is rougher to make it easier to be carried and can be leather whereas a rugby ball is slightly smother for aerodynamics (kicking and passing ) of a synthetic rummer outer panelled skin and a silicone bladder which is inflated to give the ball its shape. The size, weight and construction materials of a rugby ball is very closely monitored by the NRL and IRB Boards.
a football is ovoid shaped It's shape is designed to be able to spiral neatly through the air when thrown correctly. The American football's shape is based on the shape of the rugby ball. The rugby ball is egg-shaped -- a little fatter than an American ball, with blunter ends to allow for better bounces for dropkicking. The American ball was originally shaped the same way, but it gradually became skinnier with points at each end -- shaped more or less like a torpedo -- after the forward pass was legalized and became an integral part of the game. Its current shape makes it more aerodynamic and easier for the passer to handle during his throw.
American Football uses an oval ball and french football means Soccer.
Yes, the inside and the outside of the ball.
They are different in sll ways except that the ball is the same shape, a goal is kicked, and people are tackled.
Rugby/American Football - Prolate Spheroid Association Football - Sphere Old style World Cup ball - Truncated Icosahedron
play with the ball
Gaelic Football and American Football are radically different, and have very few similarities. They are both team games, played with a ball, but even the ball differs in that Gaelic Football uses a round ball, not an oval ball. Both are extremely popular football codes in their country of origin but are minority sports in the majority of the world. There is virtually no similarity between Gaelic Football and American Football.
Some football type games with a oval ball are AFL (Australian Football League*), American Football and Rugby.
When the ball is caught