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BERNARDO CUJU CHALLENGE | Lunar New Year special

Bernardo has put on the traditional Hanfu dress and is taking on a challenge from Chinese performers! A gifted playmaker for City and Portugal, how are his skills when it comes to the most ancient form of football?

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SUPA STRIKAS Po Polsku | Miłość do Cuju | Piłkarskie Rozgrywki

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EL ORIGEN DEL FUTBOL ! EL CUJU CHINO ! EL KEMARI JAPONES !

Cual es el origen del futbol. Inglaterra, Japon, China. Donde comenzo.
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Chinese Challenge – Old School Cuju Football with Dembélé and Schmelzer

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Only in China! On the BVB China Tour, Borussia Dortmund stars Marcel Schmelzer and Ousmane Dembélé stepped up to a challenge involving a traditional Chinese football game named Cuju. Despite a few initial problems adapting to the local variant of the game’s most essential piece of equipment, the pair ultimately managed a couple of goals, drawing rapturous applause from the watching fans.


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139. derbi CUJU, CUJU

prozivanje grobara sa severa...

Xi'an Daxing Chongde 0-2 Zibo Cuju | Chinese FA Cup 2019

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Innovation | Cuju | Ancient Chinese Soccer (Part 1)

THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF CUJU:
(NOTE: Pictured is the all-new CUJU game set designed by Rob Brannon of Prodigy Sports International). Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, and one of the oldest ball games in history. About 2,500 years ago a game called Cuju, a game much like our modern-day soccer, was already being played in China. Cuju is officially recognized by FIFA (the international soccer association) as the predecessor to the game of soccer. In Chinese, the word: “cù” means “to kick” and “jú” means a leather ball filled with feathers used in the game. Literally translated from Chinese, “cùjú” means “to kick a ball.”
In ancient China, the earliest form of Cuju was originally used as a military exercise. However, archeologists discovered a book in China on Cuju entitled, Twenty-Five Articles on Cuju which was written during the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 24). In this book, Cuju is explained as being played by two teams on a field with goals, and the matches were officiated by referees who followed prescribed rules. Cuju rules and methods underwent many changes during the Tang Dynasty (AD 618 - 907). Instructive illustrations of ancient Cuju were found dating from AD 1322. During this epoch, the game of Cuju revolved around a single goal (or wangzi) located at the center of the play field. This goal had a net that was 10.5 meters high and 3 meters wide. The actual target within the net was the prominent eye: an 85 centimeter, circular hole in the middle of the net located between the two crossbars. The object of this ancient version of Cuju was for each of the two teams to kick the ball through this hole in the net. Chinese literature exists which refers to this opening as a “bull's-eye” (or zhengsai). The team which scored the most points by kicking the ball through the bull's-eye was the winner of a Cuju match.
THE MODERN HISTORY OF CUJU
With this Cuju Game Set, we are pleased to revive the timeless dynamics of one of the world’s oldest ball games ever: “Cuju - The Ancient Game of Soccer™”. Cuju is the progenitor of Soccer - the world’s most popular sport! The modern version of Cuju is a fun and an efficient soccer-based game that can be played by multiple players in a small or large play area. The goal of the game is to use soccer skills to kick, to head, or to knee the Cuju ball through the large holes located within the Cuju net. The Cuju ball is a special oversized ball that emulates the larger and lighter ball of the ancient game of Chinese Cuju. This special ball helps make Cuju a very inclusive and user-friendly game for all ages and skill levels. This exciting game provides a fun way to motivate the players to develop physical coordination and cooperative play attitudes in an inclusive and fun-filled environment. For those who are familiar with soccer, the game rules of Cuju will be very quickly mastered as the rules of Cuju are very similar to soccer.
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Innovation | Cuju | Ancient Chinese Soccer (Part 2)

THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF CUJU:
(NOTE: Pictured is the all-new CUJU game set designed by Rob Brannon of Prodigy Sports International). Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, and one of the oldest ball games in history. About 2,500 years ago a game called Cuju, a game much like our modern-day soccer, was already being played in China. Cuju is officially recognized by FIFA (the international soccer association) as the predecessor to the game of soccer. In Chinese, the word: “cù” means “to kick” and “jú” means a leather ball filled with feathers used in the game. Literally translated from Chinese, “cùjú” means “to kick a ball.”
In ancient China, the earliest form of Cuju was originally used as a military exercise. However, archeologists discovered a book in China on Cuju entitled, Twenty-Five Articles on Cuju which was written during the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 24). In this book, Cuju is explained as being played by two teams on a field with goals, and the matches were officiated by referees who followed prescribed rules. Cuju rules and methods underwent many changes during the Tang Dynasty (AD 618 - 907). Instructive illustrations of ancient Cuju were found dating from AD 1322. During this epoch, the game of Cuju revolved around a single goal (or wangzi) located at the center of the play field. This goal had a net that was 10.5 meters high and 3 meters wide. The actual target within the net was the prominent eye: an 85 centimeter, circular hole in the middle of the net located between the two crossbars. The object of this ancient version of Cuju was for each of the two teams to kick the ball through this hole in the net. Chinese literature exists which refers to this opening as a “bull's-eye” (or zhengsai). The team which scored the most points by kicking the ball through the bull's-eye was the winner of a Cuju match.
THE MODERN HISTORY OF CUJU
With this Cuju Game Set, we are pleased to revive the timeless dynamics of one of the world’s oldest ball games ever: “Cuju - The Ancient Game of Soccer™”. Cuju is the progenitor of Soccer - the world’s most popular sport! The modern version of Cuju is a fun and an efficient soccer-based game that can be played by multiple players in a small or large play area. The goal of the game is to use soccer skills to kick, to head, or to knee the Cuju ball through the large holes located within the Cuju net. The Cuju ball is a special oversized ball that emulates the larger and lighter ball of the ancient game of Chinese Cuju. This special ball helps make Cuju a very inclusive and user-friendly game for all ages and skill levels. This exciting game provides a fun way to motivate the players to develop physical coordination and cooperative play attitudes in an inclusive and fun-filled environment. For those who are familiar with soccer, the game rules of Cuju will be very quickly mastered as the rules of Cuju are very similar to soccer.
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Los inicios del futbol: Cuju la raiz del deporte.

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I kada ne budes prvi ti...

Kada gledam tvoju igru,
Uvek osetim vedrinu,
Koju nosi silna noć.

Živeti za našu boju,
Doživeti tu silinu,
Koju nam je dala noć.

I kada nas sreća napusti,
Mi znamo da smo najbolji,
I kada nam bude teško,
Sve do kraja mog života,
Od tebe neću poć'.

I kad dođe dan, taj tužni dan,
Kad izgubi naš Partizan ...

I kada ne budeš prvi ti,
I kada se čuju zvižduci,
I tada ću Partizane znaj,
Da te volim ja ...

I kada ne budeš prvi ti,
I kada se čuju zvižduci,
I tada ću Partizane znaj,
Da te volim ja ...


Kada gledam tvoju igru,
Uvek osetim vedrinu,
Koju nosi silna noć.

Živeti za našu boju,
Doživeti tu silinu,
Koju nam je dala noć.

I kada nas sreća napusti,
Mi znamo da smo najbolji,
I kada nam bude teško,
Sve do kraja mog života,
Od tebe neću poć'.

I kad dođe dan, taj tužni dan,
Kad izgubi naš Partizan ...

I kada ne budeš prvi ti,
I kada se čuju zvižduci,
I tada ću Partizane znaj,
Da te volim ja ...

I kada ne budeš prvi ti,
I kada se čuju zvižduci,
I tada ću Partizane znaj,
Da te volim ja ...

¿El lugar de nacimiento del fútbol está en China?

Muchos historiadores, e incluso la FIFA, creen que las raíces del deporte más popular del mundo, el fútbol, en realidad estarían en territorio oriental.

Se llamaba cuju.

Los jugadores pateaban una pelota más pequeña que la que se utiliza hoy en día, y se cree que estaba hecha de la vejiga de un animal, plumas, bambú y tela.

Algunos chinos creen que el Emperador Amarillo inventó el juego para el entrenamiento militar. Pero la mayoría cree que surgió en El periodo de los Reinos Combatientes, hace unos 2.500 años.

Doscientos años después durante la dinastía Han, el juego se hizo popular en las cortes reales y entre las clases altas.

Aficionados chinos en Beijing mantienen vivas las antiguas tradiciones.

Los turistas y la gente del lugar se visten con trajes tradicionales Han que podrían haber sido usados cuando el deporte era extremadamente popular.

(Anna Turista Rusa):
Esta es la primera vez que me pongo un traje tradicional Han y me gusta mucho. La ropa es tan hermosa. Me gusta ver fútbol, pero esta también es mi primera vez jugándolo. Es muy interesante.

Las reglas del cuju eran muy diferentes a las del fútbol moderno. El objetivo no era una red, sino un gran aro que colgaba de un árbol.

Aunque el fútbol fue modificado y se le pusieron reglas en Gran Bretaña en el siglo XVIII, muchos chinos están convencidos de que su país es el verdadero lugar en el que nació el juego.

[Xufei Huang, Estudiante universitario:
Ha sido jugado por miles de años. El pueblo chino ha jugado al fútbol durante tantos años. Me gusta ver la Liga Europea de Campeones, pero su fútbol se juega solo desde hace unos pocos cientos de años. Estoy muy orgulloso de que el fútbol se haya originado en China.

En su sitio oficial, la FIFA describe el cuju como la forma más temprana del juego, lo cual confirma que el fútbol efectivamente se originó en China.

The History of Football in 10 Minutes

From the ancient Chinese sport of cuju to France lifting the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, HITC Sevens attempts to recap on the entire history of football / soccer in under ten minutes.

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VELIKI BRAT 2015 - Mirjana je spremna i neka svi to čuju!

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Le foot vient de Chine, son ancêtre s'appelle le Tsu-Chu

Le football vient-il de Chine? C'est en tous cas ce qu'a affirmé la FIFA en 2004, faisant grincer des dents en Angleterre, jusque-là internationalement reconnue comme pays d'origine du football moderne. De nombreuses voix s'étaient élevées pour dénoncer une décision dictée par des raisons plus financières qu'historiques. Mais dans la ville de Zibo, il existe un musée destiné à montrer que le sport qui s'apprête à faire vibrer le monde entier pendant un mois a bien vu le jour en Chine. Durée: 01:31

WHO invented football? | Facts about how the game began

Football is the most popular sport in the world. Did you now that everything began in China? Around about the third century BC. Back then, the game was called Cuju. But the real home of football is England. But what's the size of a football pitch? Who won the first World Cup? Here's a bunch of facts you can use to impress your friends.

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