Ancient football originated in China and modern football originated in Britain. Football is a sport in which two teams attack and defend each other on the same rectangular field according to certain rules. Because of its strong antagonism, changeable tactics and large number of participants, football is called "the first sport in the world".
The predecessor of modern football originated from the ball game "Cuju" in Zizhou, Shandong Province (now Zibo City) in ancient China. Later, it was spread from China to Europe by Arabs and gradually developed into modern football.
Modern football began in England. In 1848, the Cambridge Rules, the first written rule in the history of football, was born. On October 26, 1863, England established the world's first Football Association and unified the competition rules of football.
In 1872, England and Scotland held the first official game between associations in the history of football. In 1900, in the second summer Olympic Games, football was included in the official project.
In the modern standard football game, the two teams send 10 players and 1 goalkeeper, a total of 11 people, to fight and attack on the rectangular grass court. The purpose of a football match is to try to shoot the football into the opponent's goal. You can get a point for each goal. When the game is over, the team with more points will win.