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Top types of football: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 In Scotland the Ba game is still popular around Christmas and Hogmanay at: 38667
2 American football — called "football" in the United States, and "gridiron" or "gridiron football" in Australia 20522
3 Rugby union 7429
4 Australian rules football (called football in the south and west of Australia and also in Victoria) 6067
5 Rugby football - game which split into rugby union and rugby league 5121
6 Rugby league 4340
7 Gaelic football(called football by this sporting community) 2673
8 Canadian football — called simply "football" in Canada. 2364
9 * Flag football — non-tackle American football, like touch football but a token must be taken to indicate a tackle. 1368
10 Arena football — an indoor version of American football 1008
11 ** Tag Rugby a form of Touch Rugby but a velcro tag must be taken to indicte a tackle. 649
12 Blood Bowl 557
13 Calcio Fiorentino — a modern revival of Renaissance football from 16th century Florence. 469
14 Paper football 311
15 Alnwick in Northumberland 275
16 Subbuteo 268
17 * Kirkwall in Orkney 265
18 * Rugby league nines 256
19 Austus — a compromise between Australian Rules and American football, invented in Melbourne during World War II. 246
20 * Wheelchair rugby league 224
21 * Rugby league sevens 222
22 * Scone in Perthshire 199
23 Atherstone in Warwickshire 156
24 * Duns in Berwickshire 133
25 Ashbourne in Derbyshire (known as Royal Shrovetide Football) 121
26 Corfe Castle in Dorset The Shrove Tuesday Football Ceremony of the Purbeck Marblers 121
27 Sedgefield in County Durham 96
28 Auskick — a version of Australian Rules designed for young children 61
29 Penny football (also known as coin football) 53
30 Touch football — non-tackle American football. 49
31 Cubbies 41
32 Three sided football 37
33 Haxey in North Lincolnshire (the Haxey Hood, actually played on Epiphany) 28
34 Blow football 14
35 Penny rugby 6
36 Hurling the Silver Ball takes place atSt Columb Major in Cornwall < 5
37 Foosball (also known as table football/soccer, babyfoot, bar football or gettone) < 5
38 ** Federation of International Touch codified version of Touch Rugby < 5
39 International Rules — a compromise code used for games between Gaelic and Australian Rules players. < 5
40 *** OzTag — a form of rugby league replacing tackles with tags. < 5
41 Eton Field Game < 5
42 * Touch Rugby a.k.a. Touch Football — a form of rugby without tackles. < 5
43 La Soule in Normandy and Brittany < 5
44 * Quad Rugby < 5
45 Eton Wall Game < 5
46 Canadian flag football — non-tackle Canadian football. < 5
47 Wheelchair Rugby < 5
48 Winchester College Football < 5
49 Beach Rugby — Rugby played on sand. < 5
50 Harrow Football < 5
51 * Rugby Sevens < 5

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