Fun and Games are always an inevitable part of entertainment for young and old. Americans celebrate this festival of charitable giving with their passionate participation in the game of Soccer that brings waves of pure joy and delight into the hearts of multitudes of fanatic football fans who are driven mad by the football mania this holiday season. Over the years, Soccer has become synonymous with this happy feast of Thanksgiving.
Many interesting traditions deeply permeate the Thanksgiving festival, as the game of soccer compliments this festive festival. Professional football was the latest in contemporary trends to celebrate the spirit of Thanksgiving. In 1874, eleven years after Lincoln’s proclamation, the first intercollegiate football game has been played. Two years later, the Intercollegiate Football Association was formed in the Northeast, which instituted a championship game primarily to amuse people on Thanksgiving Day. Every year, powerful contenders like Princeton and Yale competed for the winner’s most coveted trophy. Players, students and fans would wear their school colors as a mark of representation with banners flying high from cars, hotels and commercial establishments in New York City. Sure Thanksgiving Day church services would end early to welcome fans, with the game starting the season of festivity for the social elite in New York. It had gained such popularity that soon, by the mid-1890s, 120,000 college, club and high school athletes participated in 5,000 Thanksgiving Football games across the country.
The custom of watching a football game on Thanksgiving Day evolved during the first decades of the 20th century. As football made its way into the hearts of people who won the hearts of millions, gave it enormous popularity as early as the 1920s and 1930s, and earned the very prestigious position it now enjoys, many people started to visit the football stadium to watch. the same. Renowned teams playing for the famous world Football league America finally established the tradition of playing game shows nationwide on Thanksgiving afternoon. In addition to the conventional competition organized by the nationally renowned company Football league in America, many high schools and colleges also organize “Turkey dayThanksgiving weekend football games, often between regional or historic rivals. However, Thanksgiving football played in schools and colleges in America has now more or less been forgotten in most areas. of the country and is only kept alive in two franchise towns. of this globally recognized american football league, namely Detroit and Dallas, where Thanksgiving Football really is a way of life.
Thanksgiving Football most often associated with the Lions team and a tradition that has been popular since 1934 in the city of Detroit. The game was the idea of G.A. Richards, the first owner of the team with a fierce lion like quality players making up the team. In fact, four generations of Detroiters proudly participated in the American Thanksgiving celebration. About 71 years later, fans residing in the state of Michigan turned a local event into an annual holiday event, shaping it into the largest tradition in the history of American professional team sports. In fact no other professional team sports can claim to be so much part of a American vacations like this team with a fierce lion like a team of players with Thanksgiving. This team has hosted a game every Thanksgiving Day since 1934, with the exception of 1939-1944 due to World War II. The Dallas also hosted soccer games every Thanksgiving Day. since 1966.
We can see that everything saw its genesis in 1934 when a local radio executive, G.A. Richards, bought the Spartans from Portsmouth (Ohio) and moved the team to Detroit, Motor City. the the Lions being new to town had taken a backseat for the baseball Tigers in the sports pages. Richards had practical reasons for scheduling the game on Thanksgiving Day, as he was also wise enough to understand that the best way to advertise the team would be to opt for the Thanksgiving Day contest to attract fans from Motor City in the teams’ first season. . The fierce clash between the Lions and the invincible world champion, that is to say the robust Bear from Chicago turned out to be an all time classic. the the Lions were exceptionally good with eight wins backing them, leading them to their entry alongside the Bear with a 10-1 record. But Chicago still had a better record holding a dominant position with 11 straight wins. The match then reached an interesting phase where a victory in the only fateful game would ensure if the the Lions will get the first place with the Bear. Two weeks before that fateful match, 26,000 tickets were sold for the shock of “Turkey Day” at the University of Detroit stadium. Richards hasn’t been disheartened in the last two losses, rather happy enough with his team’s performance in their very first year. His faith and trust in the team paid off when the Lions won the popular America of 1935 football league championship. The final game was scheduled for Thanksgiving Day when the Lions beat the Bears 14-2 to win the Western Championship trophy. Radio with its enormous advertising potential was used as bait to capture audiences. Richards, in conjunction with the nationally renowned broadcasting company, has established a network of 94 stations to broadcast the Lion-bear strong test. Since then, the league conventionally schedules two nationally televised games on Thanksgiving, typically featuring the famous football players of Dallas, one of the most successful and popular franchises in sport and Detroit players, one of the least successful.
2006 will be the 87th world famous season Football and is scheduled to take place from September 7 to December 31 for New Year’s Eve. Three matches were ideally scheduled to be played on Thanksgiving Day. In addition to the traditional annual game between world famous players Football players from the Detroit and Dallas home games on that day, the Kansas City Chiefs who hosted games during their days in the American Football League, relive that tradition by 2006 by welcoming the players from Denver to Thanksgiving. All of these games should be broadcast in prime time.
Friends and family across America usually prefer to snuggle up around their radio or television to watch the game’s live broadcast while munching on the special dishes prepared to commemorate. Thanksgiving. So each Thanksgiving would actually rekindle the old classic tradition of enjoying a football game as part of the celebration. Through the decades, Soccer and Thanksgiving made a strong connection, leading to a strong adrenaline rush.