How Well Do You Know Football? Take Our Ultimate Quiz
Did you know that football was invented in China? Originally called 'cuju', the first version of the game originated in the Han dynasty more than 2000 years ago. Pies and programmes were not available at early games, as far as we know. And we can say for certain that games were not televised at all. If you wanted to watch, you had to go and stand on the sidelines, no matter what the weather was like. People in Canada and the United States of America call it soccer so they don't get it confused with the other one. The word 'soccer' comes from the term Association Football, which sounds really fancy, especially if you say it in an old-fashioned radio voice. There are 20 teams in the English Premier League and 12 in the Scottish Premiership? The football experts at FIFA (the football organisation, not the blam game) reckon there are 3,900 professional teams in 201 countries around the world. And then there's school teams, local teams and those who simply have a kick about for the fun of it... That's a lot of people who love the game! And speaking of FIFA (the game, not the football organisation), there's an estimated nine million people around the world who log in for some online footie fun. Amazing, right? How much do you know about football? Are you something of a footie expert or just someone who occasional boots a ball around in the park? Either way, there's nothing more exciting than a football-based trivia quiz! Let's find out. What's that pheeeeeep noise? It's the referee's whistle. Here we go!
The below quiz tests your knowledge of the history of the Southeastern Conference. Whether it is the conference founding, SEC expansion or recent championships, we examine your knowledge of this great conference.
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Welcome to the website that helps students interested in football improve their English language skills. Soccer fans can enhance these skills with lots of free language resources: a weekly podcast, football phrases, explanations of football vocabulary, football cliches, worksheets, quizzes and much more at languagecaster.com.
Welcome to the website that helps students interested in football improve their English language skills. Football fans can practise with lots of free language resources, including football-language podcasts and our huge football-language glossary.
Please enter your name and e-mail address below for a chance to win an autographed Donald Driver football! Thanks and remember, if you see a friend or family member not wearing their seat belt, remind them to CLICK IT OR TICKET!!
This map quiz can help you locate the home city of every team in the National Football League (NFL). Los Angeles boasts two football teams, the Chargers, and the Rams, while 3000 miles to the east in Boston, New England Patriots fans stake their claim to football supremacy. There's the Seattle Seahawks and, on the opposite coast, the Miami Dolphins. You'll have to span the contiguous US to identify each team's turf, but if you work with this fun NFL quiz, you'll be able to memorize the locations of all 30 NFL team cities in no time!
The U has examined and approved the footballs provided by each team prior tothe game. During the game, the weather condition changes for the worse. TheHT requests to have additional footballs approved during the halftime break foruse throughout the remainder of the game.
A, 4/8 @ A 14 YL. B88 blocks the punt and the ball rolls into the EZ. B14attempts to secure the ball in the EZ but he is touching the SL when hefinally controls the football. Touchdown, safety or touchback?
K is preparing to kickoff and has 5 players on one side of Kicker K33 and 5players on the other side. All 11 players of K are within 5 yards of theirfree kick line. After the readyforplay from the R, K33 runs toward thefootball as though he/she will kick but slows down and teammate K32 which isimmediately to his/her right actually kicks the football.
During the CT the HT speaker for the toss comes out without his game jerseyor shoulder pads on and only wearing his football pants and a compressionshirt. The R informs the HT HC all captains must be legally equipped for the CT.
A K1 attempt to down a punt beyond the neutral zone, but his touching slowsit down. The bouncing ball is subsequently recovered by R1, who advances 25yards, but then fumbles and K2 recovers. K2 is immediately tackled. Where, ifanywhere, can the RT get the football?
Print one copy of the review questions. Print and cut out one football for eachteam. You may choose to color them in two different colors for each team or havethe teams choose team names and write the names on their football. On theboard draw 6 vertical lines and label them 50, 40, 30, 20, 10, and End Zone torepresent the yard lines on a football field. Make the lines long enough so there isroom for the team footballs to be placed along them with room in between.
In the meantime, you can put your football knowledge to the test with our trivia quiz, covering everything from legendary players to historic moments. Challenge your friends and see who comes out on top as the ultimate football aficionado!
This game is great for either a big or a small group. For a big group, break up into groups of 4 requiring at least one person on each team to be a football fan. Pass out one copy of the following list of clues of pro-teams to each team.
Are you excited to know the people who are die-hard NFL fans? Quiz them on NFL history and other fun facts using this questionnaire over beer and some delicious snacks. You will surely have a great night; and who knows? A football game to settle the scores might just come up!
7. Which footballer became the first to win back-to-back European trebles when he won the Spanish league, the Spanish cup and the Champions League in 2009 and the Italian league, the Italian cup and the Champions League in 2010?
32. In 2006, Mars Bars were sold with special packaging to support the England football team in the World Cup. Which one word appeared in place of the usual "Mars" as the main word on this packaging?
34. Which football manager once said, "Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I'm very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that"?
The Lady is the nickname of the original Football League Championship trophy, a large and typically ornate piece of Victorian silverware, awarded to the winners of the world's oldest football league competition. Of course, the first ever Football League champions were Preston North End's 'Invincibles' in 1889, and they followed up their famous double success with another league title the next season... but they never lifted a trophy, as the Lady was only commissioned in 1891!
In honour of the passing of a quarter of a century since it was last lifted in triumph, we have created this quiz to test your knowledge: The Lady was lifted by 22 different clubs between 1891 and 1992. Can you name them all?
SPOILER ALERT: Once you've finished the quiz you can take a look at The Lady in more detail on our collections page (no cheating though; you'll find all 22 teams listed here, too); _detail/football-league-first-division-trophy-1890
The first five questions (1-5) will cover general college football questions. The next five questions (6-10) will cover the top rivalries of college football, and the last five questions (11-15) will cover questions about the Heisman trophy. There may or may not be a bonus question at the end.