Americans of reddit, why do you call American football football and football soccer?
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Why do Americans call football soccer, and american football football? Like, you play association footbal with your foot. In american football you just run with it or throw it (i know that you can also kick it but still cmon). Doesnt make sense to me.
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Europeans that gatekeep Americans for saying soccer/calling American football, football are fucking dumb

Like holy fuck, we all have culturally different dialect so just shut the fuck up and hold off your need to whine and complain about the way someone else calls something different than you.

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CMV: I find Association Football (soccer) much more action-packed and exciting than American Football (football)

I’ve been watching the NFL for as long as I can remember, and have been an avid follower of the KC Chiefs over that entire time. They have been to the playoffs many times, almost every season in my formative years, and to the conference championship once that I’ve seen. They’ve had one of the best running backs in the league over the past couple seasons and last year experienced a dramatic turnaround from their recent run-of-form prior to that. I’ve been to more games than I can count in one of the best game-day stadiums in America. The point of all this is that I’m not some NFL newbie, I’m a 20+ year vet.

Over the past decade or so, however, I’ve really gotten into Soccer. I have season tickets to Sporting KC and have since 2007. I’ve watched every match of the past 2 World Cups. I watch every EPL game on TV on Saturday mornings and as many matches from teams around the globe as I can. I find myself much more engaged for an entire Soccer match than I ever was with American Football. My reasons that I can put into words are as follows:

In Soccer there is constant motion, constant action. The clock never stops and the sense of urgency never lets up (except in blowout matches, which are few and far between.) The shift between offense and defense for a team is instantaneous and frequent so you really get to see the full skillset of all 22 (to 28 depending on subs) players in every match. Every match has a unique flow and feel, every team has a unique style and formation, and every game matters (yes even the ties). There are literally hundreds of thousands of players in the talent pool around the globe so a team doing poorly has no excuse, beyond their financial means, to continuously be bad but even if they can’t compete with the β€œtop dogs” in their nation due to financial limitations or level of prestige of the club most nations have a tiered league system so they can be competitive within their league with a chance to claw their way to the top over the long haul.

Contrast that with Football. Most games are more pre-snap and post-snap set up than actual in-game motion and action. The clock stops every time someone runs out of bounds or the ball is incomplete. There is an unlimited number of substitutions and players only play a couple positions (if that) so you rarely get to see someone outside of their comfort zone athletically and their skillsets are less varied within their sport. For a given team, most games play out relatively th

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What would be a good alternative name for American football?

We call traditional football "soccer", and we call American football "football". Given that foot-to-ball contact in American football accounts for a very small portion of the content of an actual game, what would be a good alternative name?

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Today is the 'Day of South American football'

On June 9, 1924 the Uruguayan national team defeated Switzerland 3-0 at the Colombes stadium in Paris, during the Olympic Games final. The goals were scored by Petrone, Cea and Romano.

As a tribute to the first South American world title, the South American Football Confederation decided, in 1941, to designate June 9th as the Day of South American football.

Football at the 1924 Summer Olympics

In Paris, Uruguay, who had paid their third class passage to Paris and gone on a dazzlingly successful tour of Spain beforehand, would join as many as 18 European teams; the United States, Turkey and Egypt. In terms of the numbers of participating teams this would be the biggest international football tournament until the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain.

The Uruguayans had comfortably won the 1923 South American Championship by maximum points in the December of the previous year to qualify for the tournament as their continent's sole participants; defeating bitter rivals Argentina 2-0 in the final game in which Pedro Petrone scored halfway through the first half.

Video: Uruguay arrive as an Olympic Football Force - Paris 1924 Olympics

They would bring to Paris a revolution in ideas.

> A doctor and a physical expert were as important elements of the staff as the coach himself. They saw to it that their charges reached perfect physical condition. They were kept that way by staying away from the attractions of Paris at a villa in the quiet village of Argenteuil.

Once they arrived, once they started playing they would amaze and attract. The way their forwards would pass the ball between themselves would captivate, belittling their early doubters. In Paris Jose Leandro Andrade would be dubbed La Merveille Noire (The Black Wonder).

> [They] played first-rate football, combining speed, skill and perfect ball-control. By marrying short passing to intelligent positional play, they made the ball do all the work, and so kept their opponents on the run.

Video: Uruguay-Switzerland 1924 Summer Olympics Football Final

In the final the Swiss proved no match, ultimately, for the Uruguayans whose two goals in the second half put paid to their opponent's ambitions, Uruguay eventually prevailing 3-0. Interest in the

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Update: Sami Zayn's views on the Israel/Palestine situation, New York Mayoral candidates, homelessness in America, Military Flyovers at Football games, Obama's record as President & American foreign policy is related to wrestling. John Cena's apology for offending the Chinese government is not.
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[OC] The altitude controversy in South American football

With the ESL news last week, a lot of you have been scared for the future of your club/football. Luckily it did not go through! As we never know what the future holds, why not adopt a South American team? Lots of options for all tastes: perhaps Venezuelan powerhouse (domestically) Deportivo Tachira fits your taste; if you are Uruguayan at heart you could support Libertadores debutants: Rentistas; hell, if you are willing to embrace ALL 1282 goals PelΓ© scored you could even support Santos. With this text/analysis I intend to explore a peculiarity of SA football: playing at high altitudes.

A lover of South American football will soon find out the importance that altitude plays in international matches. The moment it clicked for me was in the 2012 Libertadores when Santos played Bolivar in the R16. In a match filled with controversies, including an orange being thrown at Neymar, Bolivar, huge underdogs, won the game in La Paz (3600m/12000ft), and then proceeded to be stomped at Vila Belmiro, losing 8X0 (with some amazing goals!).

The effects of altitude are well documented in sports, the decrease of oxygen in altitude will reduce carbon uptake by players, thus reducing aerobic performance. It is important to note, that this happens for both teams playing in high elevation: the home team, acclimatized with this effect, and the away team, with little experience with this type of effect.

In the Libertadores, it is somewhat a common occurrence for teams to struggle to play away against a Bolivian side, usually much weaker than their opponents are, because of altitude. The competition has just begun, but we have had Always Ready (BOL) beating Internacional(BR) 2X0, and Boca Juniors (ARG) winning by a tight margin against underdogs The not really Strongest (BOL), winning in La Paz for the first time in 52 years. This is also well known and documented in science, with Bolivia having the greatest home advantage in the World Cup qualifiers (LMAO). Even in Europe, where the altitude variation is much lower, there are records of an altitude home advantage.

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Siege is just (American) football

A lot of times, when I hear people talk about how to play siege, the most common things are all about intel, utility, and how to take engagements. While these are very important, and probably the majority of high level play, Rainbow Six Siege, at it's core, is just a football game.

American football is, in essence, a fight for territory. Defense has to stop the advance of the offense, and the offense has to take area from the defense. It's often referred to as a "game of inches," because of the fact that giving an inch on either side can have butterfly effect-like results.

The premise of siege, at least the Bomb mode, is simple enough; get into site and plant the defuser. In football, same simple idea; get to the end zone and score a touchdown. Each yard in football is almost like an area of a map control your team just took. Planting the defuser, in this metaphor, is like a touchdown, and conversely, a turnover is like keeping the attackers out before they can plant.

Even the positions have similar ideas. The IGL (In Game Leader for those who are newer) is like the quarterback or middle linebacker for each team, calling plays, relaying intel, and making sure everyone is on the same page.

Roamers can be equated to defensive linemen or interior linebackers, making sure that the initial effort is stopped where it started. Entry frag is the same side of the coin, the offensive linemen making the initial push for territory. (Don't worry, the irony of this comparison isn't lost on me)

Supports are almost like the running backs or receivers of siege, carrying the ball/defuser to the goal, and also help clear the way. Since this is a bit hard to explain, imagine it like a goal line stand, and the offense is running an Iso play. The fullback leads the charge behind the O line, much like how a support follows the entry frag into the map. Then, the other support, usually a hard breacher, much like the halfback/tailback, uses that push ahead to get into the end zone.

Now flex operators are a bit of a weird one, but it lines up relatively well. Think of your flex as the tight end/slot receiver/safety. They do the jobs others can't, like flank watch, utility clearing/denying, or intel gathering. On the football side, same applies. Tight ends can be either a receiver or a lineman, like how some flex operators can either gather intel or help open up site (example, Zero with his cams and hard breach charge). Or a safety, who covers deep into the field, making sure

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Football (American Football) is so incredibly boring to watch on TV.

Majority of the broadcast is just shots of the players or coaches standing around and commercials. There’s only like 10 minutes of game action and then they just roll a replay of said action a couple of times. The clock rules with timeouts at the end of a game drive me crazy and the fact you can stretch the last two minutes out over half an hour is ridiculous. Too much time with absolutely nothing happening.

Edit: I am from the US, just put American Football to clarify to those overseas.

Edit: I actually enjoy watching just about every sport in person, just not on TV.

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The over glorification of American football in high schools by Hollywood or people is wrong and shouldn't be encouraged

I am a teenager; my age isn’t significant. I have been in High-School long enough to make a constructive opinion. I think this is an unpopular opinion because many people I know have disagreed with me on this, including my parents, and felt I should share. My opinion and stories are purely based on personal experiences, so bear with me.

When I was in middle school, my entire plan for high school was to go in, don’t bully or get bullied past the exams I need, and get into the fun stuff(college.) But during the summer, a bunch of my friends and people I knew watched shows you consider as β€œ fantasy or teen” shows. I am talking about shows like Riverdale, Vampire diaries, etc.

There was a common theme in those shows, the over glorification of American Football; they made it seem like football was what you need to succeed in high school; you know the status and girls. I am not trying to say that Football is terrible; I mean kids have to exercise. Teenagers are still developing, and they emulate what they see on TV.

My friends and I wanted to get a β€œsix-pack” and went to one of our parents’ gyms in his house and lifted dangerous weights, and we injured ourselves and all in the name of being able to play football the next school year. I have also seen two kids that were great at soccer, and if they focused on soccer and practiced they could have signed for a professional team, but they switched, and they are and are yet to be chosen to the varsity football team(which is where all the prestige is; anyone with a pulse can make it to the regular team). We shouldn’t forget about the impacts on grades; I know grades aren’t all about High School but overtraining for Football has negative consequences on grades, which are detrimental for a kid to go to college and succeed in life.

My Advice to anyone in middle school, high school is better and worse than what is on TV. Stay away from really controversial drama unless you really have to intervene. Also, stand up to bullies. Most of them don’t have balls when you scold them; 2 or 3 to 1 is not an excellent odd for them; also, you might make a new friend.

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i honestly cant tell if they mean American football or actual football
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Americans literally invented beef. Won all the wars and are tougher than football players πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ imgur.com/qlEwMpN
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Anti-armor hand grenade – a shaped charge, packed in a hollowed-out Nerf football, 1973. The US Army worked to develop grenades the same size and weight as footballs and baseballs in order to take advantage of American’s familiarity with the sport.
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American football is boring, and I don't get why people care.

I am an American, just didn't want people confusing American football with soccer. Im not a fan of sports in general, as I just find it hard to care about any of it. Really though, football, is just boring and slow. Its like 10 or so seconds of actual play time followed by 30 or so seconds of players walking around and cameras zooming in on the guy that caught/carried the ball or tackled the guy with the ball, followed by 3 replays of what you just saw, and almost meaningless chatter from the announcers throughout. Why do people like this stuff? With how deep down the rabbit hole some people go, you would think their kid is on the team, or they are an investor/part owner. Why not watch hockey, or basketball where there is more play time?

EDIT: Yes, I understand the games rules.

EDIT 2: With so many people mentioning chess, I am a little surprised chess is not more popular in the football community.

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Rugby Vs American football, who is harder!? πŸ€”
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I visited the American Football house last night!
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Eric from heart attack man visited the American football house!
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Parma owner Kyle Krause frustrated at β€˜American owner’ stereotype in football theathletic.com/news/kyle…
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Fairly good article in NYT for fellow gooners not familiar with American sports... β€œAre American Values Ruining European Football?” nytimes.com/2021/04/20/op…
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I'm Glad All American Isn't Just Football....

Hey, the reason I'm saying this is because besides the football this television show, shows real friendships and other issues and you guys have to understand if every single episode was about football and just winning games it wouldn't be as good. Any sport's show that doesnt have non related sport's episodes ratings wont be low cause it'll be the same thing winning games or losing games, then arguing about who played on the team bad. It's just repetitive. I personally love that not every episode has been about football.

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What rule would you add to Football (not the American one) to make the sport completely unplayable?
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TIL American literary icon Jack Kerouac grew up speaking French, until he was six. He also played football at Columbia. wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_K…
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An alternate reality where rugby is as popular as American football in the States. What do you think of my picks?
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[IIL] Midwest Emo like American Football, Cap'n Jazz, Brave Little Abacus, as well as post-hardcore/screamo/emoviolence like Orchid, I Hate Myself, Drive Like Jehu, Gospel, etc., [WEWIL?]
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Bladee has now referred to both American football and British/Association football as β€œfootball”

WHICH ONE IS IT BLADEE???? YOU CANT HAVE IT BOTH WAYS 😑😑😑😑

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American Football is the most boring, mind-numbing sport out there.

I’m not a sports fanatic by any means, so that may mean people will disregard my opinion right away, but I seriously do not get the appeal of football at all. Other sports I can watch and be decently entertained by (basketball is a good example for me personally), but watching football with family or friends is the equivalent of watching paint dry, in my eyes. It seems like the game has to stop every 3 seconds for God knows what, takes an eternity to start back up, and when it does, the cycle just repeats itself. Even when the β€œexciting” moments occur, such as when the team you’re rooting for scores a touchdown, it feels like a letdown; All that runs through my mind when I run into diehard, obnoxious football fans is, β€œyou’re really screaming and losing your mind over THAT?” Idk man, maybe there’s just something I’m not comprehending, but I just wanted to rant about it lol. Obviously, feel free to disagree with me, I’d love to hear your opinions!

Edit: Wow, I wasn’t expecting this post to blow up as much as it did. I’d like to thank everyone who left a comment on this; you all brought some thoughts to my mind that I would’ve never considered. I should also add that I might’ve conveyed my opinion a little harsher than I should have; imagine the title of the post like this: β€œAm I the only one who finds American football really boring?”

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American Football vs. Soccer (Association football)

Why do Americans call football "soccer" and why do they called American football "football" when in that sport you barely touch the ball with your feet?

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