5 most popular sports in the world

Football (about 3.5 billion people).

Football has simple and easy rules to play. This helps football become the most popular sport in the world. Football grows at a very fast pace and has wide coverage throughout the planet. Currently, cities in the world often have one or several teams of their own. Every match is always a surprise to viewers.

Cricket (about 2.5 billion people).

Today the sport is mostly played in the countries of Oceania, West Indies (the Caribbean and North Atlantic), South Africa and the British Isles. It has a large fan base because it is popular in populous countries like India, Pakistan, Indonesia, and the United Kingdom. In the early 1700s, this sport was popular with the complete legal system.

Cricket also included two 11-player teams competing against each other. But this law allows games to last until the winner is selected. So there was a cricket match that took place until 5 days before it ended.

Field hockey (about 2 billion people).

Hockey is a sport with a ball. Each team has 11 players. This discipline was originally developed separately in Europe and Asia from the 3rd century BC. But it was not until the nineteenth century that the British developed the discipline and the existing law system, and spread it to their colonial regions.

India, Pakistan, Australia, and the Netherlands are the strongest countries in this category. In North America, the number of hockey players is high.

Tennis (about 1 billion people).

If only counting the subjects that take place between the two players, tennis is the most popular subject on the planet. This subject has a history of development before the 14th century. By the middle of the 19th century, this subject had a modern system of laws. Tennis attracts many players.

Volleyball (about 900 million people).

Volleyball is a sport with relatively simple rules. The match may take place on grass, cement yard or sand court. Volleyball was first held at the Olympics in 1964. The United States and Brazil were the two countries that dominated beach volleyball.