yes it is true that a referee must stop the clock by going out of bounds in the last 2 minutes of a football game. no-one knows why they were told to do this but now the rules have changed.
Rules make up the game of football.
In flag football their is a flag if you tackle.
yes they are...the English football assocation wrote the rules for football in 1863
Circle rules football was created in 2006.
there are no rules
Football, Footy, Australian Rules Football, Aussie Rules, Aerial Ping Pong.
Whichever rules NASCAR decides to enforce.
There are many rules to the NFL buut only a few are commonly abused. There have been books written for all tipes of football leages, so I suggest going out and buying a book.
Officially the worlds oldest club playing Association Football (Soccer) is Sheffield FC founded 1857 but unofficially it is Cambridge University Football club who have records going back to 1848 when they played games under their old Cambridge Rules. The Cambridge Rules were later used as a basis for the 'Laws of the game' for Association Football by the Football Association in 1863. Cambridge University Football club adopted the FA rules shortly after they were introduced. Sheffield FC continued to play their Sheffield rules for 14 years after the Football Association were formed and did not adopt FA Rules until 1877 by which time there were dozens of teams playing football by association rules. Guys Hospital London has an even older football club but they play Rugby Football so that is probably not the answer you are looking for.
Australian rules football started in melborne, Victoria in 1859.
The pope makes the rules. If he decides to announce information from the conclave, he has the right to do so. Who is going to punish him?
The rules of football play can be found online from The Rules of Play website. This website summarises the FIFA football rules, also available online, from the FIFA website (but these are 150 pages long).
Association football (a.k.a. soccer, fútbol), Rugby football, American football, Canadian football, Australian Rules football, Arena football, Gaelic football, International Rules football, Futsal, Sepak Takraw and Kickball.
it is the same rules as football:)
Football has the fewest rules out of sports. Football = Soccer
In short: the same rules as every other league. All football leagues are bound by the rules of Association Football, these rules are administered and enforced by FIFA at international level and their own football associations internally.
The English invented Football in 1863 and writ out all the official rules for the game
9,564,347,865,872,108,567,000 rules what did ya thank