British Lady Soccer Club
Tell us about this ancient Chinese murals of two millennia ago. Also, in some of the documents referred to the ancient Chinese game "zu Ju", which translates as: "kick ball". Regardless of what the Chinese attributed it to varieties karate tactics "zu Ju" is very similar to football: the players were divided into two teams, won the one that had a more accurate punches. Ironically, in "Zu Ju" played by women. But the strong half of humanity not liking these ladies 'fun' in the Middle Ages, women's soccer was banned in China.
For a long time about it nothing was heard. The next mention of women's football is as much to the xvii century. The story tells about unusual duel with the ball between married and unmarried women, which was held in a small Scottish town. Still, the founder of the female as male football just assumed England. It was there in 1895 was established the first women's football club – British Lady Soccer Club.
In March of that year the first official match between the lover of football from the northern and southern England. defeated opponents with very convincing score of 7-1. But it should be noted that this female male fun is not supported, so, in December 1912 British Association banned the fair sex play in stadiums, on which Men's league matches are held. Sufficiently widespread women's soccer received during the First World War. When fourteen-fifteen-year girls accounted for 12 hours a day to work on defense plants. More information is housed here: Sean Rad.