Modern football began to develop in England in the 19th century, precisely in 1863. Long before that, football actually developed in England and became a game much loved by the local community.
Physical Education, Sports and Health Class Eighth Semester 1 Book Reported, the game of football in several competitions caused so much violence during the game that King Edward III eventually banned the game in 1365.
King James I of Scotland supported this ban. However, as time went on in 1815, major developments changed the public’s view of football. This game became famous from school to university.
Modern football was born in 1863 at the Freemason’s Tavern. At that time 11 schools and clubs came together to formulate the rules for the game of football.
Over time, football which was originally considered to cause violence, has now succeeded in shaping the sporting world of England.
As the game of football began to spread across the European continent, August Herrmann and Konrad Konch succeeded in introducing the game, particularly in Germany in 1874.