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Football in Arabic culture

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Raquel Valdez

on 3 December 2013

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Football in Arabic culture
How did Arabic countries learn about this sport?
Arab Nations Cup
Arab Nations Cup is a specific competition between Arabic Countries for football which originated in 1963.
Today, there are 19 Arab countries that compete in this cup. This includes:
Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
Iraq has the most titles won to this day; 4.
Football & Women
The modern football was said to have started around England and Scotland around medieval times.
England created several colonies in Africa. Where there are several ties of Arabic culture.
It became very popular in colonies of Europe
Football has spread in Asian and African Arab Countries so much that they made their own sort of competition.
Women, just recently in Arabic Culture, have been able to play.
The streets of Arabic Nations
Yemen
Qatar
Morocco
Iraq
Iraq
Olympics!
In 1928, 1964 Egypt got fourth place in the Olympics. Then in 2004 Iraq got there as well.
http://www.historyofsoccer.info/
Google Images
http://www.uhcg.org/Lost-10-Tribes/chapter-12.html
http://www.sportstats.com/soccer/world/arab-cup-of-nations/
Bibliography
There has been lots of arguments on how much the women should cover while playing.
All kinds of people play this common sport! Young, old, women, and children!
Egypt
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