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Early Ball History Through out history, humans have enjoyed kicking a ball or something like a ball.
South American Indians were known to use a light elasticized ball. However; rubber was not to be practically manufactured until a few thousand years later.
According to historical references and legend, early balls ranged from human heads, stitched up cloth, animal and human skulls to pig or cow bladders.
Certain ancient Egyptian rites are said by historians to have similarities with football, and both the ancient Greeks and Romans also played a game that entailed carrying and kicking a ball.
According to pre-medieval legend, an entire village would kick a skull along a path to a nearby village square.
Wow, that probably caused more riots than in modern soccer games. A Medieval custom was to take pig bladders used from live stock killed in preparation for winter sustenance and inflate them. They would play a game using their feet and hands to keep the "ball" in the air.
Sounds like hacky sack to me. The animal bladder balls were eventually covered with leather for better shape retention. The more irregular the bladder, the more unpredictable the behavior of the ball was when kicked.
However; it would not be until the twentieth century until most balls were made with rubber bladders.
InCharles Goodyear designed and built the first vulcanized rubber soccer balls footballs. For more information on the Charles Goodyear oldest soccer ball, click here In theH.
Lindon developed one of the first inflatable rubber bladders for balls. Tragically his wife previously died from lung disease.
The balls with the rubber bladders ensured that the ball remained hard and oval. Lindon also claimed to have invented the rugby ball but did not patent the idea. In those days, the round ball was preferred because it was easier to kick and the oval ball was easier to handle.
In the newly formed English Football Association met to hammer out the laws of the game. No description of the ball was offered in the first set of rules. When the rules were revised in it was agreed that the ball "must be spherical with a circumference of 27 to 28 inches" Very little has ever been written about the ball, probably because it has remained very much the same over the years.
The official size and weight of the ball was first fixed in The Encyclopedia of Association Football first published in England in says as follows "According to the Laws of Football, the ball must be spherical with an outer casing of leather or other approved materials.
The circumference shall not be more than 28 in. What has changed drastically over the last 30 or so years is the material the ball is made of and the shape of the panels that make up the ball. The top grade covers were made with leather from the rump of a cow while lower quality balls were made from the shoulder.
Advances in ball design came with the development of interlocking panels instead of the previously used leather sections that met at the north and south poles of the ball.
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