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Popularity of Soccer Around the World I am going to talk about the most popular sport in the world football Now you may be having visions of huge quarterbacks dressed up in their padding and helmets parading down the field during the Super Bowl But the other kind of football the football the rest of the world knows has no padding or helmets This other football is known in America as soccer In more than 175 countries across the globe football or soccer rates as the number 1 national sport Football dates back as far as thousands of years ago There are records that show that ancient civilizations of Greece Egypt and China among others played an age-old form of football with a stuffed leather ball Early games in Old England were like mob riots There were no rules it was anything goes The games were so rowdy and violent that many English rulers tried to outlaw them But it didnt work In fact English travelers took the game with them spreading it all around the globe But there needed to be rules In 1863 the Football Association was formed or FA in England They developed the first real set of rules for modern soccer or football as we know it And actually the word soccer came from their name specifically from the word assoc By 1900 football teams from all different countries were playing against each other and there was a need for a common set of rules In 1904 the Federation Internationale de Football Association or more commonly known as FIFA was formed They proposed one set of rules for all countries in the world to follow At first there were only 7 countries that members of FIFA but today almost every country in the world recognizes them In the present there are more than 2 million players registered with official football organizations and about 275000 clubs play in official leagues
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