Well, kickers and punters do use their feet. But as for why it is called football when you rarely use your feet, it's because it evolved from Rugby, soccer and other sports that were all referred to as "football" at the time. Rugby and soccer got different names, but football never did.
Yes. Of all the different sports that are called Football, it is the one that most uses the feet.
All sports named football in some way are descended from association football/soccer, so they are named '-football', e.g. rugby football was based in Rugby, England and American football was developed in America.It should be said that they do not "rarely" use their foot in American football. They use both feet through out the entire game. They rarely use their feet to actually touch the ball in American football, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be called football.
Its 1872 and yes Soccer was called Football in Europe and soccer the real Football because they use their feet and Australian or American Football should be called Handball or Handegg because they use more hands for handpasses and throws and it doesnt involved kicking except Australian football
football has a goal basketball has a net football you use your feet basketball you use your hands football you use a football basketball you use a basketball football you use a pitch basketball you use a court there is loads
use paper a ruler or use google for images of feet.but dont use your feet.
well isaved when you press "Save". <P> <P>I have often wondered about that myself. North American football is a version of rugby, real football is only called "soccer" in English speaking North America.</P> n most countrys football is called soccer and soccer is called football.
Soccer you can't use ur hands u use ur feet and in football u use ur hands and ur feet to run
Believe it or not. THEY USED FEATHER AND LEATHER TO MAKE THE BALL. and before it was called FOOTBALL not soccer. You know now football means American football I HATE THAT. YOU DONT EVEN Use YOUR FOOT alot in FOOTBALL
because it is a sport you play with a ball but use your feet so instead they call soccer foot ball because you obviously use your feet to kick the ball.
Fiji people dont play football but rather Rugby. If you mean Football as in soccer??
People use their feet to run with the ball, and to kick it, and to punt it.
Just the one (if you're talking proper football, the one where you use your feet...)
i dont know pay more attention
well i will give you a list of people who dont use football helmets. Hockey players, cheese makers, mechanics and so on..... Obviously a football player would use a FOOTBALL HELMET!!!
if you dont have your book use this but if you dont then dont but the answer is INFLATION
Neither. I would use a centimetre.
Because Soccer, Rugby and American/Canadian football all have their roots in a similar variety of games that all involved (to varying degrees) kicking a ball through a goal, all of which were commonly called football. Different regions of the world each called the game that became most popular in their region by the generic name of football. American Football, Australian Rules Football (aka Rugby) and Soccer (international football) are simply reflecting this historical naming confusion. The players feet are not "hardly" used in American Football. They use their feet through the entire game; they just don't touch the ball as often as in soccer. It's also worth noting that of all the world's football codes (soccer, American/gridiron football, rugby league, rugby union, Australian rules football, Gaelic football), soccer is the ONLY one that prohibits use of the hands. All of the other codes allow all players to use the hands, and they all involve kicking to a greater or lesser degree.
No, its called illegal use of hands.
In Australia, the game of "Touch" is played with a football. It is sometimes incorrectly called "Touch football", but it has no allegiance to the game of football.
it is called Ambipedal ;)
make sure to keep your feet chopping and step forward and bend your arm and throw the football
they dont they use thier legs
The origins of American football are linked to rugby, also called football, where the hands are used more often than the feet in terms of controlling possession of a game ball, and in turn stems from association football ("soccer"), from which all such games are variations of.
I think its called "samba"