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Question Number: 2946


RE: beginner

legerald of orange park, fl asks...

how can i learn more about the history of scoccer

Answer provided by Referee burbidge

Your local library would be a good place to start. Encyclopedias are helpful to give you a bit of info on the development of the sport. If you're fortunate enough to have access to the internet, the Web site sometimes has articles on some aspects of the history of soccer. Another idea is to ask an adult who works in the library for ways to find books on soccer. Good luck and happy reading!

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