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I used these open access sources

I only have a handful of football rules in printed form. My chronology is based on two websites:

 

Archives of the International Football Association Board

On this website almost all the minutes of all The IFAB meetings of the years since 1886. Often the agenda of the meetings is also available as open access.

 

Laws of football on Wikisource

On Wikisource numerous rules are published, however not as a scan, but edited, e. g. different editions of the Sheffield Rules until 1877, the Laws of the Game of the FA and/or the IFAB, the football rules of the Cambridge University, Rugby School and some others.

Possible errors in copying the rules can often be checked, as scanned contemporary newspaper articles are linked in which the rule changes are addressed.

 

Notes:

  • Changes to the laws which do not change the content, or which mention an already established law violation as an example are not included.
  • The law changes of the IFAB meetings of 1933 and 1953 could not be taken into account, since they are not available as a scan.
  • Additional formulations to clarify the meaning and content of the rules do not constitute a change of the law and are therefore not mentioned in the chronology.

 

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Petra Tabarelli, studierte Historikerin, leitet ein Stadtarchiv und schaut Fußball seit ihrem dritten Lebensjahr. Neben der Landesgeschichte ist die Fußballgeschichte ein großes Interessengebiet. Ihr Schwerpunkt ist Entstehung der Fußballregeln und des Schiedsrichterwesens in England und Deutschland.

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