History of Football: Han Dynasty Association of football today
History of World Famous game football spread on more than 100 years. It all started in 1863 in England, Once rugby football and football association divided on their different levels and the Football Association in England was formed – that was the first governing body of football association. That is followed in today football .
Both games came from a joint root and both have a long and complex ancestral reationship. A examination down the periods tells at least half a dozen dissimilar games. At varying to different grades, and to which the past development of football has been drew back. Whether this can be right in some cases is arguable. Nevertheless, the detail remains that people have liked kicking a ball. More then thousands of years and there is absolutely no reason to consider it an deviation of the more ‘natural’ method of playing a ball with the hands.
History of Football Association
On the different, apart from the need to service the legs and feet in threatening battles for the ball. Frequently without any laws for safety, it was recognised right at the kickoff that this is not easy to control a ball with feet that is good art , as such, require too much skill for controlling ball. There is another thing reveal that in early ages. Some countries train their troops through football like China or Mongolian countries.
This Han Reign ancestor of football was called Tsu’ Chu and that is base on kicking a ball. Which is made of leather filled with hair, have width 30 to 40 cm played in small net which was created by long bamboo canes. Use of the hands were not allowed. Acoording to this exercise player cannot hit directly target without unimpeded them, by using legs, shoulders, back
Another form of the game, also creates from the Far East, was the Japanese Kemari. which start some 500-600 years later and is still played today. This is a sport missing the modest element of Tsu’ Chu with no struggle for control involved. Player stands in circle and play with their shoulders, legs, head and their back.