Football matches have had major developments in England.

Football rules and soccer games all change. The game of football originated in China and ancient football in China was called Cuju. Modern football was developed in England rather than China. Being an ancient football game in China, how Cuju came about. Game procedures were established, but later provisions were far from the rules of the day. For example, there is a later rule to formulate that it is considered to win the ball when it comes off the goalpost or crosses the space above no matter how high it is as long as you don’t throw, hit or haul it with your hands. The player positions and team formations then differ nowadays when each team has a goalkeeper, defender, avant-garde and eight front lines. It wasn’t long after formulating the regulations that the formation was changed to goalkeeper, two defenders, three avant-gardes and five forwards.

How has football developed in the UK?

The eleven members work together to fully compete with other teams. But much material suggests that China has a longer history of playing football and football appeared earlier in ancient China than in Europe. The name of ancient Chinese football is Cuju or Taju and it means Cu and Ta to kick, as for Ju, it is a kind of ball name. The word Cuju was first recorded in the Biography of Su Records, besides, it was also recorded in Bie Lu in the Han Dynasty by Liu Xiang and Biography of Han Mei Cheng in the Tang Dynasty by Yan Shiceng. Cuju’s activities were very well known for being elegant activities in the palace in the Tang and Song Dynasties. Former FIFA President named Dr. The Havelange was in China in July 1958 when he announced that football originated in China. Of course, due to the limitations of feudal society, Cuju in ancient China did not develop into modern football having fair competition as a principle in the end. This developed into the modern game of football in England as a capitalist country.

A history of the FA

In 307 BC as well as in the Warring States Period in China when there was a King named Wuling Zhao reformed to do Hu riding and shooting clothes to have the people in Zhao learn horse riding and shooting. He was so compelled to walk out of town on horseback with his retinues. One day, he saw there were some rabbits in the forest and asked his retinues to grab a live rabbit for him, then the retinues were grouped into four teams to catch them together but the frightened rabbit ran here and there to escape the horse gap and no rabbit grasped at last to make everyone there shake their heads. Suddenly someone there stepped forward to offer advice to the king that the ball could be played instead of the rabbit in the palace because it was quite interesting. The king was so happy that he asked the man to be in charge of preparing this interesting game for him. So that football matches were born in China at that time. It was a kind of horse riding game called Cuju back then. Cu or Ta Chinese means kicking and Ju is that football. But Cuju then progressed greatly for three aspects especially covering the ball expanding, goals set and various playing styles.