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What Is The Difference Between American Football, Rugby and Australian Rules Football

The Differences Between American Football, Rugby and Australian Rules Foothll American Football Rugby Aussie Rules FIELD SIZE Length: 110 metres Width: 49 metres Length: 100 metres Width: 70 metres OVAL SHAPED Length: 130-185 metres Width: 110-155 metres BALL STRALIAN RULES FOOTBAL RIME Wilson GILBERT BELCO NUMBER OF PLAYERS 11 UNLIMITED SUBSTITUTIONS 4 QUARTERS 15 MINUTES EACH 15 7 SUBSTITUTIONS 18 3 SUBSTITUTIONS GAME LENGTH 2 HALVES 40 MINUTES EACH 4 QUARTERS 20 MINUTES EACH USA WORLDWIDE England, France, New Zealand, South Africa COUNTRY AUSTRALIA National Football League BIGGEST Domestic - The French TOP 14, The English Aviva Premiership International - The Rugby World Cup RWC Australian Foothall League AFL NFL TOURNAMENTS CURRENT Seattle Seahawks CHAMPIONS Won the Super Bowl in 2014 The New Zealand Al| Blacks The Hawthorn Foothall Club a.ka. The Hawks Won the RWC in 2014 SCORING * SCORING - by getting the ball to the END ZONE - by getting the ball to the IN-GOAL AREA ball through the 4 goal posts SCORING is done by kicking the called a TOUCHDOWN and worth 6 POINTS. called a TRY and worth 5 POINTS. |- if the ball is kicked through the - by kicking the ball through the vertical by kicking the ball through the vertical outer posts - that's a BEHIND, goal posts - called an EXTRA POINT and goal posts - called a CONVERSION and worth 1 POINT. RULES PASIE worth 2 POINT. * PASSING worth 1 pt if it's kicked through the inner posts that's a GOAL (6 pts) * PASSING - a FORWARD PASS is allowed only if the a FORWARD PASS is not allowed. player passing is behind the line of SCRIMMAGE. TACKLING - if a player is tackled this results stopping the play ATTIRE - plastic helmet, shoulder pads, gumshield for teeth protection. hip pads and knee pads. STACKLING - if a player is tackled the ONLY by kicking or punching the ball is still in play ATTIRE - players are allowed to wear only modest, light padding and a ball TACKLING -is not as hard as in the other two sports * ATTIRE - similar to the used in RUGBY.

What Is The Difference Between American Football, Rugby and Australian Rules Football

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American football, rugby and Australian rules football seem like a three very similar sports. Actually, they aren't. Even though, American football and Australian rules originate from rugby, in time t...

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