The English invented Football in 1863 and writ out all the official rules for the game
in CHINA, but rules and regulation in ENGLAND.
England invented Football in 1863 writing out official rules
WaLter Camp invented the rules of football around 1912. He basically developed the game off of Rugby.
Walter Camp was the man that invented the great sport of football. He made the rules official back in 1879. Football is the most popular sport in the world.
Never use your hands Football being invented in England in 1863 the first Rules were written by the English FA, you can read them online.
English invented official rules in 1863
It china that played ancient version of football...the English then invented football and made official rules in 1863
The real name for Soccer is Football. You use your foot, to move the ball. Football was invented before American Football, the rules were written before American Football's rules. American Football shouldn't be called Football because the foot is barely used.
The football code of Australian Rules was invented in Australia.
In the 19th century England invented and called the game football 1863 to be precise is when English invented and wrote the rules for Football.....Rugby then evolved from it....and then nfl Gridiron evolved from Rugby
Nobody invented it - the rules are much the same as men's Gaelic Football. Main difference is that Ladies are allowed to pick the ball off the ground.
It was invented to keep cricketers fit during winter.
The English Football Association created the first widely accepted official rules of the game in 1863, dubbing the game association football. These rules were known as the "Laws of the Game."
Soccer is an alternative name for Association football. The rules for this code of football are known as the 'Laws of the game'. They were wrote in the 19th centaury for and behalf of the Football Association by a man called Ebenezer Cobb Morley in the year 1863. These rules were strongly influenced by the Cambridge rules first drafted in 1848. Other codes of football existed before this such as Rugby football 1823 but as the question is specifically in reference to Soccer earlier games are irrelevant to the question. A form of soccer was invented about 2500 BC.
Walter Camp helped to standardize the rules of American football and make it more like the game we know today.
The first modern documented evidence of soccer rules can be found in the rules laid down at England's Trinity College at Cambridge in 1848. The rules were known as the 'Cambridge Rules' back in the day. Hence in that sense it is pertinent to state that football was invented by the representatives of various universities across the UK, namely Eton, Harrow, Rugby, Shrewsbury, and Winchester. The first formal association to govern soccer was also born in England, in 1863. In that year, the Football Association (The FA) was formed to govern all the rules and solve any football related disputes arising in the UK. Today, the FA is still the highest authority governing football in England.
Soccer, the story goes that rugby was invented when a boy playing soccer became bored by the rules and took up the ball.
The forward pass was originated in a college football rules change in 1906. Bradbury Robinson gets the credit for throwing the first legal forward pass in a football game.
Modern Football was officially invented in England. The Football Association was established in 1863 writing the rules for the game... with league and cup competitions following years later. England is referred to as the "Home of Football"
Rules make up the game of football.
Australian rules football (commonly locally called "footy" and which is vastly different from English football, rugby league, rugby union, or American football) is considered Australian because it was invented and developed in Melbourne, Australia.
England invented Football.
In flag football their is a flag if you tackle.
The man credited for designing the football shape we know today is a man named Walter Camp who enrolled at Yale University in 1876 and joined the IFA rules committee. He is also credited with proposing a number of rules that were established in the following years.