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There is only one sort - the rest have to have other words to qualify the bastardized version being played.
Not quite there's 3 forms of popular footy: League, Union and AFL.
Rumours are there is some soccer too (aka/proper name association football), not than anyone notices; for sure it's not ever called football/footy here unless preceded with the word "pooftah." (summary: hard to watch any game where the style and cleanliness of clothing and avoidance of sweat seems far more important than the comp.)
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I did consider that, but how would it be possible to know? Depends how high you can kick the ball... or is there technically a maximum "legal height" for a ball? Though that would be pretty difficult to enforce. Hence you can only really give a point-to-point answer.
I guess you could kick it to one corner and then a strong gust of wind could send it right back to the original corner doubling the length... but then maybe the wind suddenly changes direction and sends it back yet again.
1. There are 22 players and 3 referees, so max 50 football shoes.
2. Pythagor tells me 125.096m, even if such a pass is very probably not legal because the player getting it has a high change to be offside.
1) 45 - 22 players + the ref. but the player who takes the kick-off realistically has to have one foot in the air at the time of kick-off.
2) It's hard to say as the ball will travel horizontally and vertically and may well bend a bit on the way. Generally speaking, though, it's the distance between Paul McGrath and whoever is on the other end of the pass: a distance that can only be calculated by using either a complex missile tracking system or Paul McGrath's brain.