will you believe the rules are the same in soccer in australia, as they are in the uk. seen as how it is the same sport
The rules of soccer are covered in the Laws of the Game. They are posted at the FIFA website, and a link is provided. The history of the game is recounted at the Wikipedia website, and a link is provided.
Soccer started as a form of football played at schools in England. Different schools played by different rules until they were codified into the Laws of the Game. This marked the birth of Association Football (soccer). Later, the IFAB was created as the conservator of the Laws (because different national associations, specifically England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, played by differing rules by that time), and later FIFA became the governing body for International soccer.
Soccer has evolved in a number of ways since the 1800's. There are a great many more rules to soccer now than back then for example.
The rules of soccer is called the laws of the game
no the rules are all the same
There are tons of rules in soccer... You can find soccer rules here http://www.soccerrules.org/
The rules of soccer are the same anywhere you go.
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What would soccer be without rules?
The soccer rules are made by F.I.F.A, they can only change them.
not soccer man.football.
There are 17 laws that outline the rules of Association Football (soccer).
Yes over the years the soccer rules have been changed by F.I.f.A.
Professional soccer rules are specific to the type of professional soccer being played. For example, clearly indoor soccer is significantly different than outdoor soccer. However, there are worldwide official soccer rules known as the "Laws of the Game." The rules are maintained by the International Football Association Board, and published by FIFA. Most, if not all, professional soccer leagues subscribe to these basic rules.
Soccer was not created in the U.S. but was imported from England.firstly you mean football, and it has been around in different varietys for centuries but the first written rules were at cambridge university in 1848