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Shrovetide Football

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Florentine Football: Sport of the Modern Gladiator | 60 MINUTES SPORTS Preview

60 MINUTES SPORTS covers the modern day gladiators of Florence, Italy whose sport is so intense and chaotic that even its most ardent fans have trouble explaining it. Dive into the honor, glory and passion of Florentine Football on a new edition of 60 MINUTES SPORTS - Tuesday, December 1st at 8PM ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

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Folk Football and the Efforts to Ban it

Medieval Football

David Beckham and other footballing stars go back to Medieval Times to show how they can use their soccer skills in a different light.

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Calcio Storico 2016 ● Azzurri - Rossi ● Highlights

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The Most Dangerous Game Of Football | Calcio Storico

Calcio Storico is football like you’ve never seen before! Dating back to the 15th century, this early form of the game is brutal. But behind the blood and punches lie a story of tradition, pride and honour. A sport as unique and loved in Florence as ACF Fiorentina are, next season will see a unique collaboration between the two... #4Quartieri1CuoreViola
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Medieval fight: Beckham, Ronaldinho, Roberto Carlos, Totti...

Best footballers Beckham, Ronaldinho, Roberto Carlos and Totti reunited for epic game in the middle ages ! Fighting for Pespi...

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The Spirit of Ashbourne - Shrovetide Football 2011

A Documentary I made for my university dissertation about Shrovetide Football- the ancient game of the up'ards v down'ards played in the streets of Ashbourne in Derbyshire.

Why Is Football Called Soccer?

This video goes over the development and history of football in order to let people have a better understanding of the context for both football in general and soccer. Let the truth be shared!

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Calcio Storico Gladiator Fight Football

Calcio fiorentino (also known as calcio storico historic football) is an early form of football that originated in 16th-century Italy. Once widely played, the sport is thought to have originated in the Piazza Santa Croce in Florence. Here it became known as the giuoco del calcio fiorentino (Florentine kick game) or simply calcio; which is now also the name for association football in the Italian language. The game may have started as a revival of the Roman sport of harpastum. Song: Blue Eagle Vision - Moment of Truth
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UFC Fighters React to 'MMA Football' (Calcio Storico), feat. Elias Theodorou and Misha Cirkunov

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Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football - Shrove Tuesday 2008

Ancient game of football, 2 teams, hundreds of players and thousands of spectators, goals 3 miles apart and play is through the streets of the town.

Calcio Storico Fiorentino 2016, ROSSI vs AZZURRI, Florence, Tuscany, Italy, Europe

Calcio fiorentino is an early form of football that originated in 16th century Italy. Once widely played, the sport is thought to have originated in the Piazza Santa Croce in Florence. Here it became known as the giuoco del calcio fiorentino or simply calcio; which is now also the name for association football in the Italian language. The game may have started as a revival of the Roman sport of harpastum. Calcio was reserved for rich aristocrats who played every night between Epiphany and Lent. Even Popes, such as Clement VII, Leo XI and Urban VIII were known to play the sport in Vatican City. The games were known to get violent as teams vied with each other to score goals. This game was probably played already in the 15th century, so much that some matches were organized on a completely frozen-over Arno river in 1490. In a historically famous occasion, the city of Florence held a match on February 17, 1530 in defiance of the imperial troops sent by Charles V, as the city was under siege. In 1574 Henry III of France attended a game of bridge fighting put on in his honor during a visit to Venice; the king is recorded as saying: Too small to be a real war and too cruel to be a game. The official rules of calcio were published for the first time in 1580 by Giovanni de' Bardi, a Florentine count. The game is played on a field of sand with a narrow slit constituting the goal, running the width of each end. Each team comprises 27 players who are allowed to use both feet and hands to pass and control the ball. Goals are scored by throwing the ball over into the netting at the end of the field. There is a main referee, six linesmen and a field master. Each match is played out for 50 minutes with the winner being the team with the most goals scored. Interest in Calcio waned in the early 17th century. However, in 1930 it was reorganized as a game in Kingdom of Italy, under Mussolini. After playing each other in two opening games, the two overall winners go into the final which occurs each year on June 24; this is San Giovanni (St. John's Day), the Patron Saint of Florence. The modern version of calcio allows tactics such as head-butting, punching, elbowing, and choking but sucker punches and kicks to the head are banned. It is also prohibited for more than one player to attack an opponent. Any violation leads to being thrown out of the game. Matches last 50 minutes and are played on a field covered in sand, twice as long as it is wide ( approximately 80x40 meters ). A white line divides the field into two identical squares, and a goal net runs the width of each end. Each team has 27 players and no substitutions are allowed for injured or expelled players. The teams are made up of four Datori indietro (goalkeepers), 3 Datori innanzi (fullbacks), 5 Sconciatori (halfbacks), 15 Innanzi o Corridori (forwards). The Captain and Standard Bearer's tent sits at the center of the goal net. They do not actively participate in the game, but can organize their teams and sometimes act as referees, mainly to calm down their players or to stop fights. The Referee and his six linesmen referee the match in collaboration with the Judge Commissioner, who remains off the field. The referee, above everyone else, is the Master of the Field. He makes sure the games runs smoothly, stepping into the field only to maintain discipline and reestablish order in case of a fight on the field. The game starts when the Pallaio throws the ball towards the center line, then at the first whistle, 15 forwards or Corridori begin fighting - punching, kicking, tripping, hacking, tackling, and wrestling with each other in the brutal and often savage contests designed to an effort to tire the opponents out and punch, kick, or strike a hole in the opposition defenses, but which often descends into an all-out brawl. Then followed by a small cannon firing; the shot announces the beginning of the contest. From this moment on, the players try by any means necessary to get the ball into the opponents' goal also called caccia. The teams change sides with every caccia or goal scored. It's important to shoot with precision, because every time a player throws or kicks the ball above the net, the opposing team is awarded with half a caccia. The game ends after 50 minutes and the team which scored the most cacce wins. The prize is also interesting, because along with the Palio, the winning team used to receive a Chianina, a type of cow. However, the prize has been reduced to a free dinner for the winning team; the players earn no other compensation.

Pepsi Football Compilation ● ft. Ronaldinho, Beckham, Roberto Carlos, Henry, Messi, Luis Suárez

Amazing Compilation of Legendary PEPSI Commercials 2002 - 2012 featuring Ronaldinho, David Beckham, Thierry Henry, Lionel Messi, Roberto Carlos, Fàbregas, Rivaldo, Fernando Torres, Totti, James Rodrigues, Luis Suárez, De Gea, Alexis Sánchez, Kompany and Sergio Aguero.

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