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 These codes have in common the absence of an offside rule, the prohibition of continuous carrying of the ball (requiring a periodic bounce or solo (toe-kick), counting on the code) whereas running, handpassing by punching or sound the ball instead of throwing it, and different traditions.

Australian rules soccerformally called "Australian football", and informally as "football", "footy" or "Aussie rules". In some areas it's stated as "AFL", the name of the most organising body and competition Auskick – a version of Australian rules designed by the American Federation of Labor for young youngsters Metro footy (or railroad line rules footy) – a changed version made-up by the USAFL, to be used on gridiron fields in North yank cities (which usually lack grounds massive enough for typical Australian rules matches) Kick-to-kick – informal versions of the sport 9-a-side footy – a additional open, running kind of Australian rules, requiring eighteen players in total and a proportionately smaller athletic field (includes contact and non-contact varieties) Rec footy – "Recreational Football", a modified non-contact variation of Australian rules, created by the AFL, that replaces tackles with tags bit denizen Rules – a non-tackle variation of Australian Rules vie solely within the uk Samoa rules – localised version custom-made to Samoan conditions, appreciate the utilization of football fields Masters Australian football (a.k.a. Superules) – reduced contact version introduced for competitions restricted to players over thirty years elderly Women' Australian rules football – women' competition played with a smaller ball and (sometimes) reduced contact Gaelic football – vie preponderantly in Ireland. unremarkably stated as "football" or "Gaelic" women Gaelic football International rules football – a compromise code used for international representative matches between Australian rules football players and Gaelic football players See also: Comparison of Australian rules football and Gaelic football Medieval Calcio Fiorentino – a contemporary revival of Renaissance football from sixteenth century Florence. la Soule – a modern revival of French medieval football lelo burti – a Georgian ancient contact sport United Kingdom The Haxey Hood, vie on Epiphany in Haxey, Lincolnshire Mardi Gras games marking the Hales in Alnwick, Northumberland Royal season soccer in Ashbourne, Derbyshire The Shrovetide Ball Game in Atherstone, Warwickshire The Shrove Tuesday soccer Ceremony of the Purbeck Marblers in Corfe Castle, Dorset Hurling the Silver Ball at St Columb Major in county The Ball Game in Sedgefield, County Durham In European country the Ba game ("Ball Game") continues to be common around Christmas and New Year's Eve at: Duns, Berwickshire Scone, Perthshire Kirkwall within the Orkney Islands British faculties Harrow soccer players once a game at Harrow college (circa 2005). Games still vie at GB public (independent) schools: Eton outdoor game Eton wall game Harrow football public school football Recent and hybrid Keepie uppie (keep up) – the art of juggling with a soccer victimisation the feet, knees, chest, shoulders, and head. Footbag – many variations employing a tiny bean bag or sand bag as a ball, the trade marked term hacky sack is usually used as a generic synonym. race football – participants are hierarchal for his or her diversion worth and expression of skill. Association 3 sided football design rugger Force ’em backs alias forcing back, forcemanback