Soccer is a sport that improves your stamina and foot-eye coordination.
publicity, money, the fact its fun, interesting and gthe fact its called football instead of ricking soccer its a british sport, shouldn't you start calling it the same name as thwe people who invented it, and isn't football a more logical name for where you kick a ball with your foot, what does American 'football' have to do with football anyway, shoudlnt we be calling that soccer instead of American football?
Soccer "foot ball"
"Football" is not an acronym. It's a combination of the words "foot" and "ball" and actually refers more to the sports of association football (soccer) where the foot makes much more contact with the ball, but in the USA, the name stuck with the sport known around the world as gridiron football.
because it is a sport you play with a ball but use your feet so instead they call soccer foot ball because you obviously use your feet to kick the ball.
Soccer is a nickname for association football. The british have many nicknames for their sports, as do other countries. For football they would often say "asoc" or "soccer" which were shot for association. Football is the official name and simply refers to playing a sport with your foot and a ball. Some others sports have tried to take the football name. Australian rules football, American football, rugby football, Gaelic football. But few can be called real football as they don't use their feet to play the sport. Only association football, the world most popular sport, can call itself football in any reals ense of the word.
the name "soccer" is not the real name it is football. Football is because you use your foot. duhhhh!
Soccer, there is no protective gear other than shin guards, and a lot of players hit the goal frame with their heads or at high speed. It's also a common occurrence to raise your foot in soccer, which doesn't happen in football and causes severe injuries.