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The Story Of Football

Author : Kumar Mukherjee
ISBN : 8123007825
Genre : Soccer
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The Story Of Football

Author : Rob Lloyd Jones
ISBN : 1409545563
Genre : Soccer
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A lively and engaging look at football through the ages, this book describes when the first matches kicked off, why the rules developed and how rugby and American football were born.

The Story Of Football

Author : Anastasia Suen
ISBN : 0823959961
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the history of football, including how it got started, and changes that have been made in equipment.

The Story Of Football

Author : Eleanor Donaldson
ISBN : 8853005343
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Football

Author : Nicholas Mason
ISBN : IND:39000003709479
Genre : Australian football
File Size : 54. 23 MB
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Kick Off

Author : Patrick Adams
ISBN : 0230400493
Genre : English language
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"The history of football is as fascinating and exciting as the game itself. In this Macmillan Reader, Patrick Adams describes football's beginnings in Central and South America to its arrival on the streets of 19th-century England. The story ends with international stadiums, big business and multi-million-pound players."--back cover.

The People S Game

Author : James Walvin
ISBN : 9781780577777
Genre : History
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At the beginning of the twentieth century, soccer was widely accepted as the most popular game in the western world. In the space of a few decades, it had become the best-supported team game in Britain, watched and played by more boys and men than any other sport. Yet here was a game with strong traditional folk roots and a history that stretched back to the late Middle Ages. In the course of the nineteenth century, football was transformed, mainly within the British public schools, to become the codified and disciplined game of urban working men. The passion for the game spread from one town to another, a passion that, though familiar today, was new in the years after 1870. Thereafter, the game rapidly spread to much of the world: to Europe, South America and a host of other societies. This book tells the story of the rise of this remarkable British game and the way it became the game of the masses across the world. In the wealth of literature about football published in recent years, no other book provides so concise and colourful an account as The People's Game.

The Story Of Football

Author : Martin Tyler
ISBN : 0856851779
Genre : Soccer
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Author : Ulrich Hesse
ISBN : 095401345X
Genre : Football
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The Story Of Football

Author : Dave Anderson
ISBN : 0688143148
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Traces the history of this American sport from the first college game at Rutgers in 1869 to the present.

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