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Association football is a sport played between two teams. It is usually called football, but in some countries, such as the United States, it is called soccer. In Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Canada and Republic of Ireland, both words are commonly used.

Each team has 11 players on the field. One of these players is the goalkeeper, and the other ten are known as "outfield players." The game is played by kicking a ball into the opponent's goal. A match has 90 minutes of play, with a break of 15 minutes in the middle. The break in the middle is called half-time.


There are many competitions for football, for both football clubs and countries. Football clubs usually play other teams in their own country, with a few exceptions. Cardiff City F.C. from Wales for example, play in the English leagues and in the English FA Cup.

Who plays football (this section is in pre-formatted text)

Football is the world's most popular sport. It is played in more
countries than any other game. In fact, FIFA (the Federation
Internationale de Football Association) has more members than the
United Nations.

It is played by both males and females.

Text adapted from Simple Wikipedia page on Association Football, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.