The origins of Australian rules football date back to the late 1850s in Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria. There is documentary evidence of "foot-ball" being played in Australia as early as the 1820s. These games were poorly documented but appear to have been informal, one-off affairs. In 1858, cricketers, sports' enthusiasts and school students began to regularly play variants of English public school football in the parklands of Melbourne. The following year, four members of the newly fo
The exact origins of Australian Rules footballare a matter of debate. There is speculation that it was influenced by Gaelic football as well as indigenous ball games such as Marnbrook.
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Australian rules football began its evolution in Melbourne, Australia about 1858. The origins of Australian football before 1858 are still the subject of much debate, as there were a multitude of football games in Britain, Europe, Ireland and Australia whose rules influenced the early football games played in Melbourne.
Dating back as far as the 1850s, Australian (Aussie) rules football is a hugely popular sport that is unique to Australia. Although its origins are a little unclear, it is widely believed that the sport was invented as a means of enabling cricketers to keep fit during their off-season.
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In the winter of 1858 students from Scotch College and Melbourne Grammar competed against each other in several games of football. These matches are credited as the first organised games of Australian Rules football. The following year a set of rules was drawn up and regular games became a feature in the parks around Melbourne.
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