What Is The History and Origin of Football? (part 2)

Football began to develop in Europe from the Middle Ages onwards in the 10th century. The game is often seen as a nuisance and even banned in some historical periods of England. Finished the game is still handed down in folk. They organized the game and divided into two teams together to hold the ball and against their opponents.

It is said that games often have low scores. The standard rules are not enforced, so most of the time when they play they often have quarrels, even violence. Some time later, football was one of Britain’s most popular games.

As the country industrialized, the limits of space and leisure time were less, people were busier with life, so the time for football was less. This is also partly due to legal concerns about violence. Folk football versions are also played in Germany, Italy, France and other European countries.

The football system began in British public schools in the early nineteenth century. In the private school system, football is a game in which hands are also used to play. However, the rules have not been strengthened and there is still violence.

Rules and regulations continued to grow in England and in the 1800s specialized football clubs at schools began to appear.

During those years, the schools began to hold social exchanges with each other. Players are still allowed to use their hands and are only allowed to pass the ball back in the same way as they play in rugby.

In 1848, the Cambridge Rules were established at the University of Cambridge. In rules allow students to move up in the ranks of the enemy to attack. Until they graduate, adult soccer clubs become more popular.

Nowadays many new rules have been created to make the match more dramatic and fair. Then, on October 26, 1863 football associations, to the Football Association of England (FA) was formed and developed until today.