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By David Allyn | The Daily Beast
On Sunday, I stumbled across a rare treat: a documentary entitled “The Beautiful” that focused on the game of football that’s played in the foothills of the Himalayas and Mongolia called… You guessed it: “rugby.”
The game is a hybrid of soccer and rugby, and both the fans and players are in their early 20s. It’s played on dirt, with players wearing helmets, shoulder pads, knee pads and shin guards. The game culminates with a final ceremonial match, with teams huddled on a playing field that sits on top of a hill.
I’m not exactly sure how to explain the concept, so here’s a perfect visualization:
One reason I stumbled on the documentary was that a group of New York friends hosted a playdate a few months ago. Most of the parents were game to try it, so they put on a white T-shirt and had the kids play with a plastic grocery bag filled with pebbles and tossed it across the yard, picking up the balls that landed. It’s a game for children, and it’s been around for a few decades.
Then, I saw a New York Times article reporting that a dad had reportedly tried to teach a family friend’s daughter and a few of her friends to play hockey. The game has been around for more than 150 years. There’s even an annual national tournament.
After watching the rugby documentary, I realized that there were similarities between the world of football and the world of rugby. Here’s why:
This is the first and most obvious reason that football is global. It has been for more than a century, and by 2050 it is predicted that it will be played by four billion people.
Rugby, on the other hand, is based on the English game of rugby league, which was 0b46394aab