Football poster reproducing the 1980 football boot patent. The modern origins of football took place in Great Britain in the 19th century, when dedicated football clubs began to appear in schools. However, at the time, there was no clear distinction between football and rugby. The players could use their hands and pass the ball backwards. It was not until 1848 in Cambridge that the first rules of the game were written, which limited the possibility of holding the ball in the hand and favored its kicking. The patent relates to a training shoe, the two parts of which, i.e. the toe area and the inner sidewall area, are visually distinct from the rest of the shoe. Thanks to these awards, a coach who has so far had a hard time noticing the point of contact between a player's shoe and the ball will be able to accurately observe the area of contact between the ball and the shoe. Thus, it will be easier to correct the imprecise technique of a given player. The soccer shoe poster is Patent No. US4204346 A was issued in 1980 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.