Barette, Barrette or Barrette Acquitaine was a form of football, originating in the south-west of France. Very similar in outward appearance to rugby union, it was codified in the 1880s and evolved into a popular women's team sport in the 1920s before disappearing shortly before the Second World War.

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  • La barrette aquitaine est un sport collectif, variante de la soule en beaucoup moins violente. Philippe Tissié lui donne, d'ailleurs, les règles du Rugby à XV à la fin du XIXe siècle, puis le développe à l'école en tant que jeux d'activité physique principalement en Aquitaine. (fr)
  • Barette, Barrette or Barrette Acquitaine was a form of football, originating in the south-west of France. Very similar in outward appearance to rugby union, it was codified in the 1880s and evolved into a popular women's team sport in the 1920s before disappearing shortly before the Second World War. (en)
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  • La barrette aquitaine est un sport collectif, variante de la soule en beaucoup moins violente. Philippe Tissié lui donne, d'ailleurs, les règles du Rugby à XV à la fin du XIXe siècle, puis le développe à l'école en tant que jeux d'activité physique principalement en Aquitaine. (fr)
  • Barette, Barrette or Barrette Acquitaine was a form of football, originating in the south-west of France. Very similar in outward appearance to rugby union, it was codified in the 1880s and evolved into a popular women's team sport in the 1920s before disappearing shortly before the Second World War. (en)
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  • Barrette aquitaine (fr)
  • Barette (sport) (en)
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