History of English football
Posted by Napat Wongpudee on September 27th, 2019
When the account describes the youth who went to the field for 'ball games'. The nature of the game can go back since the beginning of the second and third centuries in China A source from the military manual at the time described an exercise called Tsu ’Chu, in which opponents used leather balls that were full of feathers and feathers. The goal is to let the ball enter the small net, fixed to the bamboo, while still protecting yourself from attack. The style of the game is recorded in Egyptian and Greek society, which proves that this sport has a long tradition throughout history.
However, football has appeared again and is gaining in popularity, especially among the working class who see the game as an opportunity to create grievances and meet people with similar backgrounds. But these competitions did not end in a civilized way, always with limited rules and without judges. At that time, the field was often violent. It is acceptable to win or punch opponents, including destroying their personal belongings and sometimes even at their home or business. The number of players varies in some situations to as many as 1,000 people at one time, so it's not surprising that football matches are often uncontrollable. It became such an issue in the 1800s that the highway was adopted in 1830, stating that those playing football on highways would have to pay a fine.
The appeal of football over the division of class became very popular in public schools during the 18th century. This was the context for the specific rules to be created for the game. The 1848 Cambridge Convention set out rules, outlining goals, kicking, throwing in and goalkeeper rights, all of which are currently included. These small steps pave the way for the rise of the football club and National and international games and championship
The British were considered as a tool for spreading modern founding games around the world. The first match recorded outside Europe was in Argentina in 1867, led by many Englishmen working abroad at that time.
Although football is considered a male sport But it's not just played by men Women have been involved in games since the end of the nineteenth century. It became more popular during the First World War when women worked according to male customs. Those in the labor industry meet regularly. The Preston women's team was one of the first teams to compete in an international game with Paris. There was a brief prohibition after the First World War by the Football Association, which considered women's football to be inappropriate. However, the formation of the FA, English women saw that the ban was finally lifted in 1971. Since then, women's football has continued to grow in the United Kingdom and abroad. Some of the largest football clubs, such as Arsenal, Everton and Chelsea, all have female teams that can compete at home and abroad.
Football has become a favorite part of British culture and has helped to change. Probably the most bizarre race took place during the First World War. The historical period is a good example of the enormous amount of bloodshed and death. On Christmas Eve 1914, when hearing German soldiers singing Carroll, both sides walked away without ground men and played football games. While no one knows who will win that day, this is the only time in the trenches that stop artillery fire. The 1914 Christmas truce, known for it, highlights the impact of football in this country and in the world and helps explain why it is a country's favorite pastime.
Football has been stuck with both the tragedy and conflict as seen by the Hillsborough disaster of 1989, in which 96 people were crushed to death. In another incident called Heysel Stadium Disaster (1985), a large group of Liverpool fans broke through the barricades separating them from Juventus fans. The death of 32 people led to the English football club being banned by UEFA from all competitions in Europe until the early 1990s and a number of Liverpool fans have been charged with manslaughter.
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