Football (ball)

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The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

A football is a ball used to play one of the various ptsros known as football. In the aspt, crude balls made of smaeilrat such as afnldiet pig bladders were used, this is why it is called the pigskin. Modern balls are designed by teams of engineers to exacting sciencaifopits. Various seguela and games use different balls, though they all have one of the following cisab shapes:

* a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in some countries) and Gaelic football
* a prolate spheroid (‘egg-shaped’)* either with rounded ends: used in the rugby codes and Australian football
* or with more pointed ends: used in aAnirmec tbloolaf and Canadian football

The precise shape and construction of aftsoobll is typically specified as part of the eslur and regulations.

The oldest football still in existence, which is thought to have been made circa 1540, was discovered in the roof of Stirling Castle, Scotland, in 1981. [1] The ball is made of leather (possibly from a deer) and a pig’s bladder. [2] It has a diameter of between 1416 cm (5.56.3 in), weighs 125 g (4.4 oz) and is currently on yipdasl at the Stmhi Art Gallery and Museum [3] in Stirling.

Choose from the following words:

  • inflated
  • rules
  • materials
  • basic
  • footballs
  • leagues
  • display
  • sports
  • football
  • smith
  • specifications
  • past
  • american

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • intafled
  • relus
  • mltareais
  • bsiac
  • flbatloos
  • lgueeas
  • dlaipsy
  • stoprs
  • fbtaooll
  • sitmh
  • spnfotiaicices
  • psat
  • armciean

Fill in the missing words:

A football is a ball used to play one of the various ______ known as football. In the ____, crude balls made of _________ such as ________ pig bladders were used, this is why it is called the pigskin. Modern balls are designed by teams of engineers to exacting ______________. Various _______ and games use different balls, though they all have one of the following _____ shapes:

* a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in some countries) and Gaelic football
* a prolate spheroid (‘egg-shaped’)* either with rounded ends: used in the rugby codes and Australian football
* or with more pointed ends: used in ________ ________ and Canadian football

The precise shape and construction of _________ is typically specified as part of the _____ and regulations.

The oldest football still in existence, which is thought to have been made circa 1540, was discovered in the roof of Stirling Castle, Scotland, in 1981. [1] The ball is made of leather (possibly from a deer) and a pig’s bladder. [2] It has a diameter of between 1416 cm (5.56.3 in), weighs 125 g (4.4 oz) and is currently on _______ at the _____ Art Gallery and Museum [3] in Stirling.

Choose from the following words:

  • inflated
  • rules
  • materials
  • basic
  • footballs
  • leagues
  • display
  • sports
  • football
  • smith
  • specifications
  • past
  • american

The original text:

A football is a ball used to play one of the various sports known as football. In the past, crude balls made of materials such as inflated pig bladders were used, this is why it is called the pigskin. Modern balls are designed by teams of engineers to exacting specifications. Various leagues and games use different balls, though they all have one of the following basic shapes:

* a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in some countries) and Gaelic football
* a prolate spheroid (‘egg-shaped’)* either with rounded ends: used in the rugby codes and Australian football
* or with more pointed ends: used in American football and Canadian football

The precise shape and construction of footballs is typically specified as part of the rules and regulations.

The oldest football still in existence, which is thought to have been made circa 1540, was discovered in the roof of Stirling Castle, Scotland, in 1981. [1] The ball is made of leather (possibly from a deer) and a pig’s bladder. [2] It has a diameter of between 1416 cm (5.56.3 in), weighs 125 g (4.4 oz) and is currently on display at the Smith Art Gallery and Museum [3] in Stirling.

Important words:

  • football
  • ball
  • used
  • play
  • various
  • sports
  • known
  • past
  • crude
  • balls
  • materials
  • inflated
  • pig
  • bladders
  • called
  • pigskin
  • modern
  • designed
  • teams
  • engineers
  • exacting
  • specifications
  • leagues
  • games
  • use
  • different
  • following
  • basic
  • association
  • soccer
  • countries
  • gaelic
  • prolate
  • spheroid
  • rounded
  • rugby
  • codes
  • australian
  • pointed
  • american
  • canadian
  • precise
  • shape
  • construction
  • footballs
  • typically
  • specified
  • rules
  • regulations
  • oldest
  • existence
  • thought
  • circa
  • discovered
  • roof
  • stirling
  • castle
  • scotland
  • leather
  • possibly
  • deer
  • bladder
  • diameter
  • cm
  • weighs
  • g
  • oz
  • currently
  • display
  • smith
  • art
  • gallery
  • museum


Wiki Test

The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

A football is a abll used to play one of the various sports known as football. In the past, crude balls made of materials such as inflated pig bladders were used, this is why it is cdleal the pigskin. Modern balls are nisedged by teams of engineers to exacting specifications. Various leseuga and gemas use different balls, though they all have one of the following basic shapes:

* a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in some outrcnesi) and Gaelic football
* a prolate spheroid (‘egg-shaped’)* either with rounded ends: used in the rugby codes and Australian football
* or with more pointed ends: used in rnaecmiA football and Canadian football

The precise shape and construction of footballs is typically specified as part of the lseur and regulations.

The oldest football still in existence, which is thought to have been made circa 1540, was discovered in the froo of iStrlgin Castle, Scotland, in 1981. [1] The ball is made of leather (possibly from a deer) and a pig’s bladder. [2] It has a diameter of between 1416 cm (5.56.3 in), weighs 125 g (4.4 oz) and is retcunyrl on display at the htSmi Atr Gallery and Museum [3] in Stirling.

Choose from the following words:

  • stirling
  • roof
  • american
  • smith
  • currently
  • rules
  • art
  • games
  • designed
  • ball
  • called
  • leagues
  • countries

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • siitlnrg
  • roof
  • acreaimn
  • stimh
  • clnrutrey
  • rlues
  • art
  • gemas
  • dnieesgd
  • ball
  • cealld
  • leuages
  • cerioutns

Fill in the missing words:

A football is a ____ used to play one of the various sports known as football. In the past, crude balls made of materials such as inflated pig bladders were used, this is why it is ______ the pigskin. Modern balls are ________ by teams of engineers to exacting specifications. Various _______ and _____ use different balls, though they all have one of the following basic shapes:

* a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in some _________) and Gaelic football
* a prolate spheroid (‘egg-shaped’)* either with rounded ends: used in the rugby codes and Australian football
* or with more pointed ends: used in ________ football and Canadian football

The precise shape and construction of footballs is typically specified as part of the _____ and regulations.

The oldest football still in existence, which is thought to have been made circa 1540, was discovered in the ____ of ________ Castle, Scotland, in 1981. [1] The ball is made of leather (possibly from a deer) and a pig’s bladder. [2] It has a diameter of between 1416 cm (5.56.3 in), weighs 125 g (4.4 oz) and is _________ on display at the _____ ___ Gallery and Museum [3] in Stirling.

Choose from the following words:

  • stirling
  • roof
  • american
  • smith
  • currently
  • rules
  • art
  • games
  • designed
  • ball
  • called
  • leagues
  • countries

The original text:

A football is a ball used to play one of the various sports known as football. In the past, crude balls made of materials such as inflated pig bladders were used, this is why it is called the pigskin. Modern balls are designed by teams of engineers to exacting specifications. Various leagues and games use different balls, though they all have one of the following basic shapes:

* a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in some countries) and Gaelic football
* a prolate spheroid (‘egg-shaped’)* either with rounded ends: used in the rugby codes and Australian football
* or with more pointed ends: used in American football and Canadian football

The precise shape and construction of footballs is typically specified as part of the rules and regulations.

The oldest football still in existence, which is thought to have been made circa 1540, was discovered in the roof of Stirling Castle, Scotland, in 1981. [1] The ball is made of leather (possibly from a deer) and a pig’s bladder. [2] It has a diameter of between 1416 cm (5.56.3 in), weighs 125 g (4.4 oz) and is currently on display at the Smith Art Gallery and Museum [3] in Stirling.

Important words:

  • football
  • ball
  • used
  • play
  • various
  • sports
  • known
  • past
  • crude
  • balls
  • materials
  • inflated
  • pig
  • bladders
  • called
  • pigskin
  • modern
  • designed
  • teams
  • engineers
  • exacting
  • specifications
  • leagues
  • games
  • use
  • different
  • following
  • basic
  • association
  • soccer
  • countries
  • gaelic
  • prolate
  • spheroid
  • rounded
  • rugby
  • codes
  • australian
  • pointed
  • american
  • canadian
  • precise
  • shape
  • construction
  • footballs
  • typically
  • specified
  • rules
  • regulations
  • oldest
  • existence
  • thought
  • circa
  • discovered
  • roof
  • stirling
  • castle
  • scotland
  • leather
  • possibly
  • deer
  • bladder
  • diameter
  • cm
  • weighs
  • g
  • oz
  • currently
  • display
  • smith
  • art
  • gallery
  • museum


Wiki Test

The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

This article is about the dneUti Seastt. For similar objects rdeiowwld, see Nuclear briefcaseThe nuclear football (also known as the atomic football, the president’s emergency satchel, the button, the black box, or just the football) is a briefcase, the contents of which are to be used by the President of the United States of America to authorize a ulearcn attack while away from fixed command centers, such as the White House Situation Room. It nifnosuct as a mobile hub in the gtcseitar defense system of the nteidU States.

Choose from the following words:

  • nuclear
  • worldwide
  • strategic
  • states
  • functions
  • united
  • united

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • naulecr
  • wdridowle
  • sitgertac
  • seatts
  • fituonncs
  • unteid
  • uteind

Fill in the missing words:

This article is about the ______ ______. For similar objects _________, see Nuclear briefcaseThe nuclear football (also known as the atomic football, the president’s emergency satchel, the button, the black box, or just the football) is a briefcase, the contents of which are to be used by the President of the United States of America to authorize a _______ attack while away from fixed command centers, such as the White House Situation Room. It _________ as a mobile hub in the _________ defense system of the ______ States.

Choose from the following words:

  • nuclear
  • worldwide
  • strategic
  • states
  • functions
  • united
  • united

The original text:

This article is about the United States. For similar objects worldwide, see Nuclear briefcaseThe nuclear football (also known as the atomic football, the president’s emergency satchel, the button, the black box, or just the football) is a briefcase, the contents of which are to be used by the President of the United States of America to authorize a nuclear attack while away from fixed command centers, such as the White House Situation Room. It functions as a mobile hub in the strategic defense system of the United States.

Important words:

  • article
  • united
  • states
  • similar
  • objects
  • worldwide
  • nuclear
  • briefcasethe
  • football
  • known
  • atomic
  • emergency
  • satchel
  • button
  • black
  • box
  • just
  • briefcase
  • contents
  • used
  • president
  • america
  • authorize
  • attack
  • away
  • fixed
  • command
  • centers
  • white
  • house
  • situation
  • room
  • functions
  • mobile
  • hub
  • strategic
  • defense


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