There Is More Injuries IN Football Than Hockey, Hockey Has Less
football is more dangerous
Every sport has some type of danger involved. Attending a football game in England is no more dangerous than attending a hockey match in Canada, or a baseball game in the United States.
Hockey has more padding
Yes hockey might be more dangerous from the hockey shoes hitting into walls and fighting but yes football may be the toughest sport Football and Hockey are both Tough Sports, but wrestling (Not WWE nonsense ) is easily one of the toughest, if not the toughest sport there is.
football, more people are into that sport
i believe that ice hockey is more violent but, football is up their
Yes, Hockey is more popular then (American) football on a global scale. The United States are the only country that plays this kind of football and hockey is played in over 25 Countries.
Hockey. Football is good too but in hockey it requires just as much phisycal strength as football and a whole lot more mental strength. In football you have a set play to make. In hockey everything is spur of the moment so you have to have a lot quicker reaction time. And anyone can run. If you can't skate you are done. Hockey harder and more fun
That's a hard question, because some times football is more brutal and other times hockey is more brutal. It depends on what the situation is.
Football is more dangerous because it is the most physical sport in America. However no sport is dangerous if you play it right, and are in shape!
I would say hockey, but I'm not entirely sure.
American football more positions and better contact
That depends on your tastes. In my personal opinion, hockey is far better than football. It's more fun to watch and play. Hockey has so many more exciting things than football.
They are both the same sport, unless you referring to American Football and soccer, in which case then American Football is much more dangerous.
Yah Right lol There are way more footballfans then hockey fans
It depends on which kind of hockey and football you refer to. See the related questions for more ddetails on each of the various options.