Want to make creations as awesome as this one?

More creations to inspire you

STEVE JOBS

Horizontal infographics

FIRE FIGHTER

Horizontal infographics

ONE MINUTE ON THE INTERNET

Horizontal infographics

SITTING BULL

Horizontal infographics

BEYONCÉ

Horizontal infographics

ALEX MORGAN

Horizontal infographics

Transcript

History of Football

1885

BECOME PROFESIONNAL SPORT IN eNGLAND

subtitle here

1848
1891

in england

1848

FIRST RULES

Creation of the fa

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit.

1863

1891

1888

First championship

INCORPORATION OF REFEREES, PENALTIES AND NETS

The Football Association is an association of football clubs in England and organizes national competitions and international matches for the England national team. In 1871 the FA have around 50 club but now we can count 42000 it's a very good evolution. In 1888 the first professional league in the history of football was launched on English soil under the auspices of the FA. Since 1939, the English FA has had an honorary President from the British Royal Family.

In October 1848, after more than seven hours of debate between representatives of several Cambridge schools, the "Cambridge Rules" were issued. This was the first attempt to unify the various codes. It would take another half century before this unification was achieved. These rules are notable in the history of football because they describe, among other things, the conditions for awarding free kicks and touches, allow forward passing of the ball and prohibit running with the ball in your hands.



The 1888-89 English Football Championship was the inaugural season of the first national championship in the history of football. The competition, created by football clubs, was a competition between professional clubs and exclusively from the centre and north of England.

History of Football

1990

Foreign businessmen buy up major UK clubs

1992

the fa become the premier league

1966

the victory of england to the world cup

1930

No team at the first world cup

1895
1992

in england

End of the 19th Century

the origins of women's soccer

The first World Cup was held in Uruguay in 1930 but The FA didn’t enter a team. England had only played against the other Home Associations before making a tour of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia in 1908. The World Cup might have provided a useful examination of the strength of the British teams but they had withdrawn from FIFA, the competition’s organisers, over the thorny question of ‘broken time’ payments to amateur players.

The Origins of Women’s Soccer. The British Ladies Football Club held their first match at Alexandra Park in Crouch End, London in 1895. British Ladies' Football Club, 1895. Nettie Honeyball, captain.