A ‘religion’ called Football

Football is one of the world’s oldest games. The first World Cup tournament took place in 1930, in Chile South America.
Soccer fans go wild at Amahoro Stadium
Soccer fans go wild at Amahoro Stadium

Football is one of the world’s oldest games. The first World Cup tournament took place in 1930, in Chile South America.

It is a fast paced, fun and exciting game that has spread rapidly across the world and is popular wherever you go.

In Italy, football fans call it their second religion and Rwandans confess that the world would be the worst place to live on without soccer. 

Football is a popular game because of a number of reasons: to begin with, it is quite fascinating to watch as players expose their uniqueness in the talent.

The size of the ground and the number of the players coupled with the traditional response by different people towards it make more liked.

Besides, football creates prestige and sense of belonging when one part of the world is playing against another. In most cases one finds more affiliated to a team owing to location region or country.

Though it is the same with other games, football has a lot to say, in comparison. The fact that football is a profitable venture on both an individual and a club also makes it unique as compared to the rest of the outdoor games.

Football clubs are the richest in comparison with other games. Reasons to this phenomenon will also be found with tradition since time immemorial whereby fans greatly surpass those for each single game.

Beyond being the world’s most popular sport, soccer, or football, the reverberating game goes beyond the fields and stadiums where it’s played. Its fans are wild and sometimes violently passionate about their teams.

Surprisingly, like some of other games, football has proved to be not only a thing for men as women have also gone for it.

In Europe and Asia, many countries have formed women football teams which have strong record and sure to prove strong competition with their male counterparties.

“I enjoy football more than any other game, and wish Rwandan women should also develop the aspiration and form football teams like how it is in other countries,” Said Christine Uwera.

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