Football, hockey, rugby, boxing .... jees, they are so 1985. Why doesn't the army focus it's attention on the more modern sports that the youth of today are practicing? Extreme Sports. Instead of playing foorball why not give the platoon skateboards and go sk8ing round the local town? Also, Parkour (free running) is a new phenomnenom that is becoming popular amongst the urban underground. Why not have soldiers all doing Parkour? This also helps with agility for when you are running away from enemy fire and need to clear obstacles. Boxing? Meh, it's all about Cage Fighting these days. Boxing is ok ... if you are a woman that is. But 2 men in a cage, no rules ... now that's a man's sport innit. For team games, rather than the cliched old football/rugby routine, get the lads down the ice rink for a hard game of Ice Hockey. By 2007 eXtreme Sports should have made it to the Army. Isn't it time we moved forward?