The football history has begun long ago. For example, in Egypt, and in Germany, and in China there were the games similar to football. The Most similar to modern football of them was called harpastum. But when there appeared modern football, harpastum has been forgotten. When Englishmen have invented football, they began to popularise it at once in all the countries, including Russia.
First football rules were drawn up at Cambridge University in During the early 1860s, there were increasing attempts in England to unify various football games that were played in the public schools as well in the industrial north. In early October 1863, a revised version of the Cambridge Rules was drawn up by a seven member committee, representing former pupils of Eton, Harrow, Shrewsbury, Rugby, Marlborough and Westminster
Ebenezer Cobb Morley, is regarded as the "father of football". He was a solicitor. He wrote to « Bell's Life » newspaper in 1863, proposing a governing body for football. Morley was to become the FA's first secretary (1863-6) and its second president ( ), but is particularly remembered as it was he who drafted the first Laws of the Game at his home in Barnes, London, that are today played the world over
The need for rules for football became apparent at the beginning of the 20 th century. FIFA was founded in Paris on 21 May Its first president was Rodert Guerin. FIFA organized its first international competition in The next football competitions were in 1908 in Olimpics in London.
On 10 May 1947 a Match of the Century between Great Britain and Rest of Europe XI was played at Hampden Park in Glasgow before 135,000 spectators - Britain won 6-1. This was followed by FIFA's first post-war World Cup in 1950, held in Brazil. FIFA, meanwhile, continued to expand so that by the time of its fiftieth anniversary it had 84 members.
The first football World Cup was played in Uruguay in In the first championship there was a match between Argentina and Uruguay. The Brazilian team, known as "Seleção", became the biggest title holder in the World Cup, having won five times. The runner-up is Italy, with four titles, having won the latest World Cup in 2006.
In summer 2009 Ronaldo beg a n to play in Real Madrid. In the course of negotiations Florentino Peres and Devid Gill agreed at the amount of 93,4 million euro (~ 90 mln pound sterlings). The Portuguese half-back became the most expensive player in the history of the world football, having beaten the record of Zidan.
The biggest number of goals during the season of The best soccer player of Europe on the version of Fr Football in 2008 The best soccer player of the year in the world on the version of FIFA in 2008 The Best soccer player of the world on the version FIFPro in 2008 The best club soccer player on the version of UEFA in 2008 The Best club forward on the version of UEFA The best Player of the year on the version of World Soccer The Owner of Golden Boots in 2008.
Кака ("Milan" – "Real") – $94,5 million The Brazilian halfback who became the best football player in the world in 2007, has left MILAN because of an economic crisis. The Italian club has won the last League of champions. In the national championship Milan has taken only the third place and requirs a good financial injection. The present president of "Real" Florentino Peres has given such an injection, having made Kaka the first player of «GALAKTIKO».
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