Believe it or not, but the modern soccer owes its origin to the barbarous war mongering nature of human beings.
There is no proper documentation that the sport may day, the date and place of birth of the most modern -. Football However, depending on the socio-historical facts and data we can assume that some kind of a ball game was played over somewhere on this planet for at least 3,000 years.
The earliest evidence of soccerwas in Kyoto, Japan, where a field marked to play a ball-kicking game was found found.
There is some good documentation, the fact that the Chinese armed forces by 2 Century BC (Han Dynasty) 3 played a game that we support a ball involved in a small network. It was then an essential skill-building exercise for the armed forces.
Historical evidence also shows that the form of Romans played football was any by the Greeks and the, but the primitiveForm involved a larger team on each side. In times of increasing strength of the team were even around 27 persons on each side. The Greeks were playing four different forms of the ball game, namely "Episkyros", "Urania", "Pheninda" and "Keritizein. Episkyros was closest to football. In this 2 equally numbered teams, would try to throw the ball over the heads of the other team. It was a white line between the teams and another white line behind each team. Teams would change the ball oftenuntil one team is forced behind the line at their end.
Now, many of you would like to believe that the modern football game actually originated as a war?
Unbelievable but true! The first football (as soccer is called Great Britain) game was played by the locals of east of England, where one began kicking around the severed head of a Danish prince whom they war a defeat in. This marks the origins of football as a war game.
AfterThis, for a long time, football was by rival towns and villages where the objective was the ball played to a predetermined point move. Hundreds of people would attend these games and one game was a whole day. Hitting, kicking, biting, everything was allowed.
The wild nature of this form of football was not much appreciated by the rulers and the Royalty took all possible steps to stop these games. King Edward III of England, in 1331 adopted legislation to end the game, he willwas followed by King James I of Scotland in 1424. Queens were not far behind, but had a more vigorous approach. Queen Elizabeth I of England, Law decided that could sentence a football player to jail for a week followed by penancing in a church.
But despite her best efforts and intentions they could not stop the game. It was too popular with the masses, and they loved the game.
The first approach to regularize and give a civilized form, this game was made bythe famous Eton College of England, founded in 1815, when they have a set of rules for the games. These rules were accepted by the other schools, colleges and universities. Later, in 1848, these rules were further standardized and a new version was adopted by all schools, colleges and universities. The new rules became known as the Cambridge Rules.
At this time there were actually two rules that were followed in this game. Some organizations preferred to followRules of Rugby School, allowed the release, kicking and with the ball, while the Cambridge rules prohibited all these methods.
In October 1863 the Football Association formed when together eleven London schools and clubs to establish a single set of rules for any football games that were among them manage to be played. On 8 December 1863, Association Football and Rugby Football finally split into two different organizations.
In 1869, these rulesbe further amended to acceptance of any contact with the ball on the level and laid the foundation for today's sports mania – Football!