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2 1. Rules and RegulationsRules and Regulations 2. The TeamThe Team 3. The FieldThe Field 4. Fouls and Penalty KicksFouls and Penalty Kicks 5. Socr SkillzSocr Skillz By Antoun Slyman 0932 ©Copyright 2004

3 All players must be in their own half at the kick- off and first kicker cannot make contact with the ball until another player touches it. The game is restarted after a goal in the same way, from the centre-spot, and also at the start of the second half. There are a number of rules which can result in a free kickkick, a yellow card or a red cardcard. They are: Offside: When the player is closest to his opponents goal than the ball or the second last opponent, and interferes with play. This doesn’t include from a goal kickkick, throw in or a corner kickkick. Foul: When a player causes another player to lose control of the ball or focus on the game by using improper technique and conduct. Also a foul is awarded for unsportsmanlike behaviour and mishandling of the ball. World Record: Most Red Cards in a World Cup Teams with the most red cards: Brazil and Argentina # of red cards: 8 (each)

4 A match is played by two teams, each consisting of no more than eleven players, one of whom is the goalkeeper. A match may not start if either team has fewer than seven players on the field. There are four different positions in soccer, they are: Forward: (1-3 per team) Primary focus on scoring goals, the forwards should be quick runners, with moderate - strong leg strength. Accurate shooting is required. Midfield: (3-6 per team) Primary focus is to steal the ball and redirect it to the forwards. They should be quick on their feet and have excellent tackling abilities. Accurate passing is required. Defender: (3-5 per team) Primary focus is to stop goals from being scored against their team, defenders should have good leg strength and to be able to kick the ball a fair distance is required. Goal Keeper: (1 per team) Primary focus on saving goals. Goalies should have good hand-eye co- ordination and have excellent reactions. They should have strong legs, gloves are required. Here are some other ways you can set your team FORWARDS MIDFIELDERS DEFENDERS GOAL KEEPER As play progresses from the kick off, players are allowed to cross to the second half of the field after the whistle has been blown by the referee.

5 The field of play must be rectangular. The length of the touch line must be greater than the length of the goal line. Length: minimum 90 m, maximum 120 m Width: minimum 45 m, maximum 90 m. International Match: Length: minimum 100 m, maximum 110 m Width: minimum 64 m, maximum 75 m. Goals must be placed on the centre of each goal line.goal line They consist of two upright posts from the corner flag posts and joined at the top by a horizontal crossbar. The distance between the posts is 7.32 m and the distance from the lower edge of the crossbar to the ground is 2.44 m.

6 A penalty kick is awarded to the opponent when your team does a foul inside the opponents goal area, which is marked by a rectangle. The ball is placed on the ground on the marked spot 11 metres from the goal. This is considered a direct kick which means it can be scored off the kick, and only the goal keeper can block the kick. The duration of a game is 90 minutes with two equal halves. After each half extra time is given for any time missed by any means. Eg: Injuries, Substitutions, Penalty Kicks.Substitution After a match, if the score is tied, there are 3 different options to choose from by the officials or according to the competition being played. They are; a draw, golden goal, or a penalty shootout. Here are some games to help you get a better understanding of a penalty shootout.golden goalpenalty shootout

7 Balancing Soccer ball: The Rules A regulation size soccer ball must be balanced on the foot as long as possible. "Balancing" does not mean "juggling": The ball should not be moved. The foot must not touch the ground It is not allowed to 'hold' the ball tight between the foot and shin. World Record: Balancing Soccer ball on Foot 13:36 Minutes by Abraham Munoz (USA) in Carpentersville 9:50 Minutes by Toni Ernst (Switzerland) in Winznau There are many different skills you could learn by playing soccer or by practising them you become better at soccer which your benefit your abilities. They are: Eye-leg co-ordination - Shooting Balancing on one foot - Balancing Stamina and techniques – Passing, Dribbling Ever since soccer, which was called football, first began in England during the 12 th century people have become fascinated at the game and has continued till today the worlds most played sports. Many people saw soccer as a way of breaking records and becoming one of the worlds best. Here are three sites which are dedicated to the game:football www1.sbs.com.au/home

8 YOU HAVE LEARNT THE BASICS OF THE WORLDS MOST PLAYED SPORT!


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