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  1. College Football: History, Spectacle, Controversy by John Sayle Watterson, 2002-10-14
  2. Game Changers: The Greatest Plays in Philadelphia Eagles Football History (50 Greatest Plays) by Reuben Frank, Mark Eckel, 2009-10-10
  3. Postcards from the Edge of Football: A Social History of a British Game by Hunter Davies, 2010-10-05
  4. Game Changers: The Greatest Plays in Ohio State Football History (50 Greatest Plays) by David Lee Morgan, 2010-08-31
  5. Illustrated History of Pro Football Sports by Smith, Robert Smith, 1983-02
  6. The Pictorial History of Football by Roland Lazenby, Adam Sherman, 2002-08
  7. 75 Seasons: The Complete Story of the National Football League, 1920-1995 by Peter King, Will McDonough, 1994-09
  8. Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics by Jonathan Wilson, 2009-08-04
  9. The 50 Greatest Plays in Iowa Hawkeyes Football History by Michael Maxwell, Forewords by Kirk Ferentz and Gary Dolphin, 2008-08-15
  10. The 50 Greatest Plays in Pittsburgh Steelers Football History (50 Greatest Plays the 50 Greatest Plays) by Steve Hickoff, 2008-09-01
  11. How Football Explains America by Sal Paolantonio, 2008-09-10
  12. Game Changers: The Greatest Plays in Penn State Football History (50 Greatest Plays) by Lou Prato, 2009-10-10
  13. The 50 Greatest Plays in Chicago Bears Football History (50 Greatest Plays the 50 Greatest Plays) by Lew Freedman, Foreword by Doug Buffone, 2008-09-01
  14. Gridiron Glory: The Story of the Army-Navy Football Rivalry by Barry Wilner, 2005-10-25

1. About Football - Football History
Includes annual award winners, Super Bowl and NFL Draft History plus franchise genealogy.
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    About Football's football history section includes the history of football at every level, along with accounts of the sports early days. Check out tons of historical information on the players, teams, equipment, records, annual award winners, and much, much more!
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    2. Gridiron Glory - 100+ Years Of Iowa Football
    Information on the last 100 years of Hawkeye football sponsored by the University of Iowa Alumni Association.

    3. Baltimore Ravens | News | Football History
    PRERAVENS HISTORY; Year Date History Information; 1946 12/28 Baltimore awarded bankrupt Miami Seahawks franchise of the All-America Football Conference.

    4. World Almanac Kor Kids
    Pro Football HISTORY. The first professional football game in the U.S. took place in 1895 in the town of Latrobe, Pa., between a team representing that town and the team of

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    Programme Monthly PO Box 3236 NORWICH NR7 7BE United Kingdom Telephone +44 (0)1603 449237 Programme Monthly Football Collectable costs 3.30 per issue
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    costs £3.30 per issue inclusive of UK postage Europe by airmail £4.35 ; elsewhere in the world by airmail £5.50. Subscriptions are available for any number of months, in multiples of the above prices (e.g. a six month UK subscription is £19.80). Sterling cheques should be payable to J. Litster. For a sample, introductory copy of the current issue, send payment as above, or send 9 unused first class stamps (UK), or a 5 Euro note (Europe) We have been publishing SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN magazine since 1982. For details of the current issue, and all back issues, click here sfhmagazine For details of RAITH ROVERS history books, handbooks, programmes etc., click here rrbooks A History of VALE OF LEVEN FOOTBALL CLUB, Founder Members of the Scottish League. Over 100 pages, £4.95 plus 80p postage A vailable from John Litster, PO Box 3236, Norwich, NR7 7BE A RECORD OF POST-WAR SCOTTISH LEAGUE PLAYERS
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    6. Football History - Home : Electra Independent School District
    Acceptable Use Policy Disclaimer Location Maps WebMail 2005 Electra Independent School District All Rights Reserved 621 N. Waggoner St., Electra, Texas 76360

    7. History Of American Football - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The history of American football can be traced to early versions of rugby football. Both games have their origin in varieties of football played in the United Kingdom in the mid19th
    History of American football
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search An early American football team, from the turn of the twentieth century American football can be traced to early versions of rugby football . Both games have their origin in varieties of football played in the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century, in which a football is kicked at a goal and/or run over a line. American football resulted from several major divergences from rugby, most notably the rule changes instituted by Walter Camp , considered the "Father of American Football". Among these important changes were the introduction of the line of scrimmage and of down-and-distance rules. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, gameplay developments by college coaches such as Eddie Cochems Amos Alonzo Stagg Knute Rockne , and Glenn "Pop" Warner helped take advantage of the newly introduced forward pass . The popularity of collegiate football grew as it became the dominant version of the sport in the United States for the first half of the 20th century. Bowl games , a college football tradition, attracted a national audience for collegiate teams. Bolstered by fierce

    8. Football: Encyclopedia II - Football - History
    Throughout the history of mankind the urge to kick at stones and other such objects is thought to have led to many early activities involving kicking and/or running with a ball.

    9. American Football History
    The history of American football. How and when the game of football, known originally as soccer and rugby in England, came to America. Details of both college and pro levels.
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    The history of American football. How and when the game of football, known originally as soccer and rugby in England, came to America. Details of both college and pro levels.
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    HISTORY OF AMERICAN FOOTBALL Football historians, those who have studied the game and its origins, place the game’s beginnings in rugby, an English game played with many similarities to football. Rugby began in eighteen twenty-three at the famous Rugby Boys’ School in England. Another cousin of the game of football is soccer; its beginnings can also be traced to English origin, being played as early as the eighteen twenties. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: ITS BEGINNINGS At the same time, a group of students at Princeton began playing what was then known as ‘ballown’. First using their fists to advance the ball, and then their feet, this game consisted mainly of one goal: to advance the ball past the opposing team. There were no hard and fast rules applied to this earliest attempt at the game we now call football. At Harvard, the freshman and sophomore classes competed in a football-type game, played on the first Monday of each school year; this event came to be known as ‘Bloody Monday’ because of the roughness of the game. Pick up games, similar in style to that played on ‘Bloody Monday’, soon became popular on the Boston Common, catching on in popularity around eighteen sixty.

    10. Welcome | Trinidad & Tobago Football History
    Welcome to the Trinidad Tobago Football History website, a window into the twin islands' footballing past. Though far from complete it covers over 100 years of the sport with

    11. => All Matches Of European National Football Teams 1872-1989
    Details of all matches for European national football teams from 1872 to 1929.
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    12. Football History - The Story Of The Beautiful Game
    Here you'll find stories about every aspect of football history, like great matches, legendary players, glorious defeats, cult heroes, and much more.
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    Ancient games Ancient Greek football player balancing the ball. Depiction on an Attic Lekythos.The Ancient Greeks and Romans are known to have played many ball games, some of
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        A revived version of Kemari being played at the Tanzan Shrine.The Japanese version of cuju is kemari (è¹´éž ), and was developed during the Asuka period. This is known to have been played within the Japanese imperial court in Kyoto from about 600 AD. In kemari several people stand in a circle and kick a ball to each other, trying not to let the ball drop to the ground (much like keepie uppie). The game appears to have died out sometime before the mid-19th century. It was revived in 1903 and is now played at a number of festivals.
        These games and others may well go far back into antiquity. However, the main sources of modern football codes appear to lie in western Europe, especially England.

    14. All About Football
    Football history, events, organization, and players.

    15. Articles About Football History - Page 2 - Los Angeles Times
    Football History News by Date. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about Football History from the Los Angeles Times (Page 2 of 5)

    Details of Scottish football history from 1874 to the present.
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    Welcome to SCOTTISHLEAGUE.NET - a FOOTBALL HISTORIES website. This site has been established by Scottish football historian David Ross. For over 30 years David has been searching through libraries, books, newspapers and magazines all over Britain compiling a comprehensive history of Scottish football.
    On this website you will find some of the fruits of that search. Every side currently playing league football in Scotland is featured here with details of their past glories and, in some cases, their failures. League triumphs, Cup victories, relegation battles - all have a place on From Queen's Park winning the first Scottish Cup in 1874 to what's happening in 2010, this is a site dedicated to every aspect of Scottish football. And only football. There are a few football ads but no banner ads, no pop-ups, no distractions of any kind.
    And every club has a place here. While the web overflows with Man Utd or Old Firm sites, there are few that focus on the other face of football - on the teams that face a constant struggle simply to survive. On you will find out as much about Raith as about Rangers. And the site is updated regularly with new articles on the Scottish game on the Forum pages.

    17. History Of Football
    Football (as well as rugby and soccer) are believed to have descended from the ancient Greek game of harpaston. Harpaston is mentioned frequently in classical literature
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    Football (as well as rugby and soccer) are believed to have descended from the ancient Greek game of harpaston Harpaston is mentioned frequently in classical literature, where it is often referred to as a “very rough and brutal game“. The rules of this ancient sport were quite simple: Points were awarded when a player would cross a goal line by either kicking the ball, running with it across the goal line, or throwing it across the line to another player. The other team’s objective was simply to stop them by any means possible. There was no specific field length, no side line boundaries, no specified number of players per team, only a glaring lack of rules.
    Most modern versions of football are believed to have originated from England in the twelfth century. The game became so popular in England that the kings of that time (Henry II and Henry IV) actually banned football. They believed that football was taking away interest from the traditional sports of England, such as fencing and archery.
    Evolution and the Beginnings of Standardization
    Football didn’t really begin to take on any consistency of rules and boundaries until it was picked up as a sport in the seven major public schools of England in the early 1800’s.

    18. Nebraska Cornhuskers Husker Football History
    Nebraska Cornhuskers Husker football history. Past Huskers teams and players, as well as great games and play's. All Husker history from past seasons to now.
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    Nebraska Cornhusker's Football History PG #1
    The University of Nebraska is rich in tradition, and college football is one of the reasons why. The Huskers are 5 time national champions, twice winning back to back trophies. The Huskers enjoy the greatest following and fan support in the history of college athletics. Sharkfeet lets you look back on past coaches, players, and games. Links Descriptions - Husker History links. Awards / Records Husker awards,trophy's,and records. History Page 2 All Time Lists, past polls, and alot more. 2001 Season Game re-caps,pictures,audio and video. 1999 Records Several 1999 record setters return in 2000. Series Records All time won loss records vs OU,TU,OSU,KU,KSU,etc Eric Crouch Eric Crouch became NU's 3rd Heisman winner.

    19. Link Lookup
    The official site of Brockton High School football history, which dates back to 1987, includes records and trivia.

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