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- Sport: Activity that involves skill and physical exertion, and is governed by a generally accepted set of rules and guidelines.
- Football (general): Any of a number of team sports which involve kicking and/or handling a ball with the purpose of territorial gain leading to the scoring of goals or points.
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- : In association football, an attempt at scoring by kicking (or heading) the ball towards the opposing team's goal.
- : In association football, a member of the team's front line who is especially adept at scoring goals (also called a centre forward).
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- American football: A high-contact sport played by two teams of 11 players on a 100-yard field that originated in the United States of America.
- Australian rules football: A form of football involving two teams of eighteen players on an oval-shaped field. Players can kick or handle the ball.
- Football to 1900: A history of football's development through the 19th century from a folk activity into its modern variants.
- Gaelic football: An outdoor sport played by two teams of 15 players a side. It is a form of football using a round ball which the players may both handle and kick, with the object of kicking or punching the ball into the goal.
- Rugby league: A form of rugby football played in teams of thirteen. It began in 1895 as a breakaway sport from rugby union on the issue of professionalism.
- Rugby union: The original form of rugby football played in teams of fifteen. It was strictly amateur until 1995 when it opened up to professionalism.