Adidas. The Adidas Jabulani is the official match ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
This isn't except for the fact that they use the ball for playing the game. The history of the rugby ball comes from Rugby In Warwickshire England where Gilbert the ball makes were on of 2 companies making footballs for the school where the game of rugby was conceived.
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Rugby like sports can be traced back to Ancient Greece and Middle Age England.However, the codification and rules of rugby were invented, after a young man at Rugby School broke the rules on the school's form of football. The school permitted handling the ball, but not running with the ball in hand, and this young man broke this rule by running with the ball in hand. This was in 1823.During the Victorian era in Britain, it was decided to write official rules for sports, which until that time had varied rules in different areas.It was the pupils at Rugby School who wrote the official rules for rugby in 1845, based on the game the school 'invented' when the pupil who had run with the ball in his hands on that day in 1823, and that's how the sport of rugby was invented (and also got its name).That young pupil was called William Webb Ellis and the Rugby Union World Cup trophy is named after him.The Rugby Football Union was formed in 1871 and the previous year had seen the rules written by Rugby School made the official rules of rugby.In 1895, there was a split in the Rugby Football Union, and a new code of rugby was devised called Rugby League.
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Its called "A Rugby Ball" simple as that - There are different manufactures of these balls but they are all a rugby ball
A rugby ball is oval in shape because it a good shape to throw and catch. It also makes it more aerodynamic and bounces more interestingly and unpredictably when hitting the floor.
There are a number of manufactures Gillbert is the world leader and has is used by the IRB - The Use of differing manufacturers is regulated by the IRB to ensure compliance
William Webb-Ellis from Rugby (the town) school in England. Whilst playing football he picked up the ball and put it over the goal line. this is where holding the ball and putting it over the line came from. The word try came from whe William put the ball over the line he said to the official 'was that a goal sir?' and then the official replied 'no but it was a good try'. A spectator watching thought that this could be made into a game and re made the rules and called the game Rugby from its founded area. William Webb-Ellis is well known as he is the full name of the rugby world cup 'the William webb-Ellis cup.'
An official rugby union ball is oval and made of four panels, has a length in-line of 280-300 millimetres, a circumference (end to end) of 740-770 millimetres, and a circumference (in width) of 580-620 millimetres.
A Rugby Ball. there are no other names for it
Adidas Jabulani is the official match ball of the 2010 fifa world cup.
Go to this webpage: http://www.worldrugbyshop.com/departments-balls-world-team-rugby-balls.html
a rugby league ball is usually a thinner longer make to a rugby union ball which is more round and has a larger sweet spot for kicking.
No. Not a ninja. The rugby ball was made when John Gilbert made a rugby ball out fo pigs bladder
You use a rugby ball to play rugby. It is shaped like an egg.
Richard Lindon, a leatherworker in Rugby, England, designed the rugby ball in the 1840s.
John Gilbert invented the rugby ball. John Gilbert invented the first rugby ball it is a oval shape because it is made from a pigs bladder and I'm not telling porkies . He also owned a small rugby shop in England which is now a museum. His nephew is famous for his lungs because he can blow up rugby balls the biggest and the tightest. John Gilbert lends his name to the company in England which makes most rugby balls.
Its just called a rugby ball.
how was the rugby ball originally made
-A rugby union ball is wider than a rugby league ball, but they are the same in length. -A rugby union ball is rounder. -A league ball is less aerodynamic. -A league ball bounces more unpreddictably -A league ball is lighter
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