Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 150 countries, making it the world's most popular sport. The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end.
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In the USA and Canada, football or American football is a word used for rugby while the word “soccer” is used for Cambridge football. Australia and New Zealand historically also used the word soccer for the Cambridge game, and the word football was reserved for rugby or American football.
Soccer triumphs over Football. American Football was based on Soccer and Rugby. Soccer is more healthier than Football. Soccer is more popular than Football internationaly while Football is the best sport in the US. Soccer people are more on the movepractically running the whole time while Football player are usually more in a static position.
I cannot respond to the above posted argument, because my opponent has taken the same side as myself. In the opening argument, I stated that I would be pro (for soccer). Also, in the title, I state "Soccer vs Football (Futbol vs 'American Football'). So I cannot respond, unless the opponent changes his/her view. Report this Argument. Con.
Every four years during the World Cup, it becomes a much bigger debate: Why do Americans call it soccer instead of football? You might be surprised to learn where "soccer" gets its roots. Sports
As con has stated, football is more short and abrupt while soccer is more lengthy at a time which is exactly the reason soccer is more demanding. There is only one break in between the two time periods in soccer while there are countless amounts of whistle-blowing in football.
While it may be a basic discussion; arguing whether the beautiful game should be called "football" or "soccer" is one of the most fundamental debates of the code. On the face it, the answer should ...
June 2, 2021. The soccer versus football debate has raged on for years, mostly at the expense of American fans. We take a look at the origins of the “American” term, while also explaining why the contentious talking point is nothing more than noise. I used to be a Euro snob when it came to the beautiful game.