It was a sport created for Australian cricketers to train and exercise, it was derived from Gaelic football which Australia takes part in representative game against the irish
If you are talking about Gaelic Football and Australian rules teams, then the answer is no. The first time Gaelic Football and Australian rules teams played each other was in 1967. A Meath team played an Australian team.
Australian Rules Football and Gaelic Football were his two main sports.
England, although other countries claim to have invented the game, it was in England the game we know today as football was invented.
It would become bigger then Soccer and all other sports VERY quickly and I'm not even Australian
Australian rules football is a fast paced and potentially dangerous game. Its rules are unlike those of any other version of football. To dribble in a game a player must use their feet in a fashion similar to how basketball players use their hands.
Because football is its original name, as the ball is kicked by the foot. It is called football around the vast majority of the world, it is only in America where 'American Football' is so popular it is called soccer. Soccer is sometimes used in Australia due to Australian Rules Football. Both American and Australian Rules football are variations of soccer (football) hence there names.
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i would suggest Google or ask.com to get some more info! i got this info from Google, which brought me 2 wiki answers, to the question, who invented the game of football! Throughout history people have played sports involving ball and using hands, feet and sticks. Each local area had their own rules so there was no definitive global definition of any sport. In the 1300's the king of England Edward III banned football, hockey and handball. This shows a difference between sports using the feet, hands and sticks. So football was traditionally played using the feet and not the hands. In 1863 at Cambridge university a group of Englishmen formed the Football Association and invented football. After this event many other "versions" of football were invented. Rugby and Australian rules were the first. In north America rugby and football were both played, and a hybrid of these two sports was invented called Gridiron (American football) The first sport called football with global rules is football, other sports using the term football have words placed in front such as rugby, Gridiron (American) or Aussie Rules (Australian) or Gaelic (Irish) to differentiate them from football. There remains only one football accepted by FIFA and the Olympic committee.
The English invented Association Football in 1863, and compiled the official rules for the game. That is when the FA was formed. And, arguably, that is when the modern game of Football was born. FIFA were formed 40 years later.Pre-Association has a history going back to centuries B.C. Throughout history, people have played sports involving ball and using hands, feet and sticks. Each local area had their own rules so there was no definitive global definition of any sport.In the 1300's the king of England Edward II banned football, hockey and handball. This shows a difference between sports using the feet, hands and sticks.In 1863 at Cambridge university a group of Englishmen formed the Football Association and invented football.After this event many other "versions" of football were invented. Rugby and Australian rules were the first. In North America, Rugby and Football were both played, and a hybrid of these two sports was invented called Gridiron (american football).The first sport called football with global rules is Association Football, other sports using the term football have words placed in front such as Rugby, American or Australian to differentiate them from football.There is remains only one football accepted by FIFA and the Olympic committee.
Australian Rules Football (AFL) Aussie Rules, or AFL, a code of football, is played in Australia and Nauru as major sports of those nations. It also has presence in many other nations, but is not well-known in most. However, the newly-invented Australian game of GrappaBall [initially grappleball, invented in Melbourne by ex-physical educator, Denis Towers] is, at present, only played in Australia. There is also some outback game connected with goannas that is believed to only exist in Australia.
football was played by a group of people in the streets with a pigs bladder and they kicked it to each other then in 1863 it turned into a leather football and was kicked around the street. I don't know when it was invented
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ANSWERSoccer is the most popular sport around the world by farANSWERRugby Union, however, is much more popular in the Australian and in the Pacific Regions and in South Africa.Soccer is not a viable sport in Australia compared with the other Australian football codes (Rugby League, Rugby Union, AFL - Australian Football)In the Australian case, taking Queensland and New South Wales: the rugby codes are more popular by a country mile.However, in the southern, western regions of Australia and in Northern Territory, by far the most popular football code is AFL [Australian football].
Almost everywhere. "Soccer" is used only where people need to distinguish association football from other codes of football:The USA and Canada (because of gridiron football)Ireland (which has Gaelic football)Australia (which has Australian rules football)
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Thomas Wills had originally devised the game with his two brothers to keep professional cricketers fit during the off season. The game developed from there into the VFL and that spread from there to other states, who each made their own independent leagues. They eventually amalgamated in 1990 to become the AFL.
It depends on what you mean by soccer vs football. If you are referring to the beautiful game. Most countries and territories call it football or something similar to the name. However, some countries say soccer(Association Football) because they have other sports or versions of football, such as American Football, Canadian Football, Australian Football, Gaelic Football and Rugby Football.
Aussie Rules, or AFL, a code of football, is played in Australia and Nauru as major sports of those nations. It also has presence in many other nations, but is not well-known in most. However, the newly-invented Australian game of GrappaBall [initially grappleball, invented in Melbourne by ex-physical educator, Denis Towers] is, at present, only played in Australia.
The original purpose of 'Soccer' or 'Association Football' was to standardise football games played in the UK. Soccer is one of a family of football games which evolved from medieval foot ball games played in Europe. The rules of these games varied from one place to another. The fledgling Football Association set up in London England in 1863 was one of a number of groups who attempted to standardise these varying rules. Ultimately the FA failed partly due to some of the founder football clubs not agreeing on the rules and leaving the FA. One of these clubs, Blackheath FC, went on to help form the Rugby Football Union in 1871. Around the same time, in the second half of the 19th Centaury, other forms of football including American Football and Australian Rules football were evolving from the same early football games taken to America and Australia by emigrants.
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There several codes of football played nationally and internationally. "American football" is one of these codes created in the USA. Other popular codes include Association football (Soccer), Rugby Union football, Rugby league football, Gaelic football, Canadian football and Australian football. They can all trace their origins to a medieval ball game played in Britain called 'football' which was one of several similar games traditionally played to celebrate Shrovetide.
People don't really know which country invented football, but the most sources come from England. First you played it with your hands like rugby you had to take an object to an other village it developed quickly. Sometimes it was even played with your feet and so football came. They began to make goals and a good ball (although it was made of pig organs) and played games against other villages.
Probably because it was invented by men and dominantly played by men. Women's football is no where near as popular in the UK and Europe as it is in the USA, but football isn't even that popular in the USA compared to other sports.
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