History of Soccer
History of Soccer in Spain
England created inspiration for Spain and in 1909, Spain had formed their own soccer organization called the Royal Spanish Football Federation.
The knowledge of soccer was brought to Spain in the late 19th century from some Spanish students who were studying in Britain. The culture of soccer also came from visiting sailors and British immigrants.
History of Soccer Overall
The early growth of modern soccer is said to have started in England. During the medieval times, the old for of soccer allowed many ill practices. For example: kicking, biting, punching, and gouging. Caring the ball to the target was the main purpose of the game.
In 1365, King Edward III banned soccer due to its many incidents involving violence and military indulgence. In 1424, King James I of Scotland proclaimed "No man shall play football."
The exact point of origin of soccer is that there is no precise answer. However, the origin of modern soccer is credited to Britian.