# A brief overview of the game of soccer so you can get moving!

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A brief overview of the game of soccer so you can get moving!

Soccer 101: Introduction This presentation is meant to help you learn about the basics of soccer. You will learn: -the size of the field -fundamentals -rules -game time -players/positions

Soccer 101: Size of the Field
3 2 4 1: Length of the Field 3: Half way marker of the field 2: Width of the Field 4: Penalty spot where shots are taken

Soccer 101: Size of the Field (2)
Take a closer look this time! 1 1 3 2 4 1: Length of the Field 3: Half way marker of the field 2: Width of the Field 4: Penalty spot where shots are taken

Soccer 101: Size of the Field (3)
Take a closer look this time! 1 1 3 2 4 1: Length of the Field 3: Half way marker of the field 2: Width of the Field 4: Penalty spot where shots are taken

Oooops! Not the best choice but review the next slide to help try and jog your memory to get it right this time.

Oooops! Not the best choice but review the next slide to help try and jog your memory to get it right this time.

Click on the correct star to show where penalty shots would be taken.

Question 1 is Correct! The penalty shots are taken right in front of the goal since the opponent was not playing by the rules and it was a large enough infraction that the rule allows you to try and get a head in the game by scoring a goal. No other person on your team has to “touch” the ball meaning that this is an indirect kick. Click the button to move on to the next question

Click the smiley face that shows where the width of the field is measured.

Great Work on Question 2! The width of the field is determined by the organization that is playing and the location of the game. If you might forget, remember that the width always has the goals on them! Click the button for the next slide.

Soccer 101: Fundamentals There are many skills to be learned for the game of soccer. For our class, we are just going to focus on 4 of the main skills. In the next few slides you are going to watch videos on how to trap the ball or stop it, dribble the ball (move with the ball), pass the ball and how to kick the ball. Pay close attention to the cues that they are using and the parts of the foot that are being used. Click on the button to begin your journey!

Soccer 101- How to trap the ball
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101- How to trap the ball, con’t
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101: How to dribble the ball
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101: How to dribble the ball, con’t.
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101: How to pass a ball
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101: How to pass a ball, con’t.
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101: How to kick a ball
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Soccer 101: How to kick a ball, con’t.
Click on the link below to watch the video. Once you are done, close out the window to move to the next slide.

Fundamental Question # 1
Answer the question by clicking on the letter. When you trap a soccer ball, the ball should hit the ________before your foot to slow the motion down? Ground Foot Hand Head

Fundamental Question # 2
Answer the question by clicking on the letter. When you are dribbling the ball, what part(s) of the foot do you use? Your ankle, toe, and your knee The inside and outside of the foot The inside, outside and laces of the foot The inside, ankle and toe

Fundamentals Question #3
Answer the question by clicking on the letter. When passing the ball you use the ___________part of your foot. Outside Instep Knee Ankle

Fundamental Question # 4
Answer the question by clicking on the letter. When you are kicking the ball, you should step with the ___________foot and have your _________extended out. Same, toe Opposite, leg Right, arm Opposite, arm

Soccer 101: Rules There a many rules to a soccer game. We are going to learn about a few that will help you in class. The 4 main rules you should remember are: 1. You can not use your hands while playing the game of soccer. There is only one position (the goalie) that can legally touch the ball. 2. When the ball goes out of bounds, the team whose body it went off on, turns the ball over to the opposite team. To put the ball back in play, they must do a throw in. 3. Every goal scored equals one point. 4. After a goal, the game will resume in the center of the field as a kick off by the team who did not score.

Soccer 101: Rules There a many rules to a soccer game. We are going to learn about a few that will help you in class. The 4 main rules you should remember are: 1. You can not use your hands while playing the game of soccer. There is only one position (the goalie) that can legally touch the ball. 2. When the ball goes out of bounds, the team whose body it went off on, turns the ball over to the opposite team. To put the ball back in play, they must do a throw in. 3. Every goal scored equals one point. 4. After a goal, the game will resume in the center of the field as a kick off by the team who did not score.

Soccer 101: Game Time A full soccer game is typically 90 minutes
long. Depending on the league and age of the players determines the length of quarters or halves and total playing time.

Soccer 101: Game Time A full soccer game is typically 90 minutes
long. Depending on the league and age of the players determines the length of quarters or halves and total playing time.

Soccer 101: Players/Positions
There are 11 players that can be on the field at a time. This does include the goalie. More players are on the team roster but may only play when someone on the field is tired or injured. Team USA

Soccer 101: Players/Positions
There are 11 players that can be on the field at a time. This does include the goalie. More players are on the team roster but may only play when someone on the field is tired or injured. Team USA

Soccer 101: Players/Positions
There are 4 positions that are played on the soccer field. Read each one below and it’s description carefully. Forward: These players play close to the opponents goal and are the primary scorers of the team. Midfielders: These players assist the forwards in scoring goals and assist the backs by preventing goals from being scored. Backs (defenders): Play closest to their own goal and their primary job is to stop goals from being scored with their goalie. Keeper (Goalie): There is only one per team and this player prevents goals from being score in their own net. They can use any part of their body to stop the ball and they wear a different color jersey to distinguish themselves from field players.

Soccer 101: Players/Positions
There are 4 positions that are played on the soccer field. Read each one below and it’s description carefully. Forward: These players play close to the opponents goal and are the primary scorers of the team. Midfielders: These players assist the forwards in scoring goals and assist the backs by preventing goals from being scored. Backs (defenders): Play closest to their own goal and their primary job is to stop goals from being scored with their goalie. Keeper (Goalie): There is only one per team and this player prevents goals from being score in their own net. They can use any part of their body to stop the ball and they wear a different color jersey to distinguish themselves from field players.

Soccer 101: Positions This picture shows where players are on the field. Each color represents a different position.

Soccer 101: Positions This picture shows where players are on the field. Each color represents a different position.

Soccer 101: Final Question # 1
Click the circle that best represents where a forward would play on the field according to the diagram on the previous slide. 3 2

Soccer 101: Final Question #2
Click true or false to answer the question. The primary job of a forward to is to prevent goals from being score in their own net by assisting the goalie. T F

Soccer 101: Final Question # 3
Click on the letter for the correct answer. How many players are on a soccer field at one time? 10 18 11 9

Soccer 101: Final Question # 4
Click on the letter for the correct answer. A typical game in soccer is ___________minutes long. 2 halves 90 35 120

Soccer 101: Final Question # 5
Click on the letter for the correct answer. Choose the best answer for a rule in the game of Soccer. You have to wear shoes that have spikes on the bottom. You can only be friends with the people that are on your team. You are not allowed to use your hands unless you play goalie. If you are not playing in your position, the referee with give you a penalty.

Oooops! # 1 Not exactly the right spot. Take a look again and make a mental picture of where each position is located. Click the button below for the next slide.

Great work on Question # 1!
Good thing you remembered how the initial slide looked with all the labeled players. Remember, that the forwards are always near the opponents goal because their main job is to score goals. Click the button below to move on to the next question.

Ooops! Question #2 Well, it could only be the other answer!! Defenders are supposed To prevent goals from being scored in your teams net by helping out The goalie. Click the button below to move onto to the next question.

Ooops! Question # 3 Not the answer we were looking for. Make sure you read the next slide again looking for key words and numbers that will help you try again. Click the button below to move onto the next slide.

You rocked question #3! You must have been paying close attention when you read about how many players are on a soccer field at one time. Only 2 more questions to go and you will be on your way! Click the button below to move to the next slide.

Oh no! Question #4 You must have gotten confused on your minute count. Take a look at the next slide and try and remember the whole time in a typical game. Click the button below to move to the next slide.

You Got Question #4! 90 minutes is a long time to play but it’s a great workout. You are One question away from completing the basics of soccer. Do you think you have what it takes? Click the button below to move onto the next slide.

Rules are Rules……. Take a look at the next slide and really make sure you understand that there are many rules in the game of soccer but only 1 that you need to answer correctly to finish up. Take your time on this one…… Click on the button below to move on.

Soccer 101: COMPLETE!! Congratulations! You know the basics of soccer that should help you get through your class. Enjoy playing the game.

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