The Beginning of Football

The Beginning of Football

The Beginning of Football

Football was created in 1879 by Walter Camp and became a major sport. Fans all over the globe love to cheer on their favorite team and shout at their TVS. For the privilege of being there to see these people play, many pay hundreds of dollars. It is hard to believe that football fans can ever truly understand what they are doing by betting on a football game, losing money, and fighting over the GAME we call football. Walter had no idea that the game would become what it is today, even though it was created at first by him. William Ebb Ellis, a student at the Rugby School in England, gave Walter this vision of football.

William Ebb Ellis, who was known for picking up the soccer ball and running with it during the game of soccer in 1823, was criticized. The Massasoit convention in 1876 saw the first attempts to write down the rules for American football. 1920 saw the creation of the first NFL league. It’s not about the fighting over football. It’s about sportsmanship, pride strategy, and having fun. . Only one football game was attended by me and it was incredible.

It’s like you feel a new energy when you walk into a stadium. As I walked into the stadium, I was astonished to see all the people who had come from far away to support their team. I never considered myself a football fan, until I felt proud when I stood up and sang the national anthem. Then I realized that everyone was there to support the men who make our cities proud. As I looked around, I saw everyone wearing their team colors proudly supporting their team. My husband was with me to help me navigate the game. He pointed out two men fighting over their team and threatened each other. I didn’t believe him until he stood up to show me that these were real fights in front of my children. How can you act like two kids fighting, and pretend to be adults while setting no example for your children? It was shocking to me. That’s what I meant by the negative aspects of watch sports online. People don’t like it because it’s all about who is right and who is stronger. My son has always wanted to play soccer but am I going to let him think it’s okay to behave this way? Can we not have fun, play the game, and support one another?

 

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