Presentation on theme: "Team Hand Ball. History and Objective TThis is a team sport where two teams of seven players each (six players and a goalkeeper) pass and bounce a ball."— Presentation transcript:
Team Hand Ball
History and Objective TThis is a team sport where two teams of seven players each (six players and a goalkeeper) pass and bounce a ball trying to throw it in the goal of the opposing team. AAs of February 2007, the International Handball Federation lists 159 member federations which represent approximately 1,130,000 teams and a total of 31 million players, trainers, officials and referees.
Rules of the game A standard match duration consists of two halves of 30 minutes each. After a goal has been scored, the team conceding the goal restarts the game. Their players move to the center line. Once a player has the ball under control the referee will blow his whistle to restart play. All players of the team which are restarting the play, must be behind the line on their own half, or else the restarting throw will have to be retaken. Only the defending goalkeeper is allowed to step inside the six meter (6m) perimeter, though any player may attempt to catch and touch the ball in the air within it. Should a defender make contact with an attacker while in the goal perimeter, their team is penalized with a direct attempt at the goal, with only one attacker on the seven-meter line and the defending goalkeeper involved.
Rules Continued… The ball is smaller than a football in order for the players to be able to hold and handle it with a single hand (though contact with both hands is perfectly allowed). It is transported by bouncing it between hands and floor — much as in basketball. A player may only hold the ball for three seconds and may only take three steps with the ball in hand. After taking three steps the player will have to make a dribble with one hand in order to continue moving forward, but if the ball is held in both hands after making a dribble and the player makes another dribble, a free throw will be given to the other team for a "double dribble". When you have the ball you may either dribble, pass or shoot. Ball movement and possession is similar to basketball. If the attacker commits an infraction, such as charging, the possession of the ball can be awarded to the defending team. Players may also cause the possession to be lost if they make more than three steps without dribbling or after stopping their dribble.
Rules Continued… FFREE THROW: AA free throw is taken immediately without the referee touching the ball, from the place the violation occurred. The defense must be (3M) away. The thrower must have one foot continuously in contact with the court and must throw or pass within 3 seconds. AA free throw is taken for any violation not covered by the penalty throw. IIf the foul or infringement occurs between the goal line and the free throw line, a free throw is taken just outside the free throw line opposite from where the foul took place.
Penalties Penalties are given to players if particularly rough contact is made the referees may award a nine-meter free throw to the attacking team, or if the infraction was during a clear scoring opportunity, a seven-meter penalty shot is given. This would be a minor foul or also the possession might just be given to the other team depending on the contact. When defending, p layers are not allowed to pull, hit, or punch the ball out of the opponent's hands, endanger an opponent with the ball, or contact the ball below the knees. Free throws are awarded to the opponent in the event of minor fouls or violations. In more extreme cases they give the defender a yellow card (warning), a 2-minute penalty, or a red card (permanent expulsion). A team can only get three warnings (yellow cards); after that they will only be able to be penalized with 2-minute suspensions. One player can only get three 2-minute suspensions; after that he/she will be shown the red card, and cannot participate in that game anymore
The Playing Field GOAL AREA: Only the goalie may stand inside the goal area. If an offensive player is in the circle or on the line, with or without the ball, the ball is given to the opponent and the goal does not count. A free throw is awarded to the defense. If the defense gains an advantage by being in the goal area, a penalty throw is awarded the attackers. A ball inside the goal area belongs to the goalie. A thrown ball is not considered to be in the goal area if it is in the air. Handball is played on a court (40mx20m), with a dividing line in the middle and a goal in the center of either end. The goals are surrounded by a near- semicircular line that is generally (6m) away from the goal. There is also a dashed near- semicircular line that is (9m) away from the goal. The (7M) mark is used for penalty shots.
The Playing Field
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Worksheet How many players are on a Team Handball team? The object is Team Handball is to…… A Team Handball game is divided into how many minute halves. How do the players advance the ball in Team Handball? What are players not allowed to do when defending an opponent? When a player is in possession of the ball, what three things can they do with it? What happens when a minor foul of violation occurs in Team Handball? Describe what the “circle” is in Team Handball? Who can be in it? Who cannot be in it? What can the goalie do inside this area? What is a “free throw” in the game of Team Handball? What is the difference between a yellow card and a red card in Team Handball? Draw and label Team Handball court with the following markings: CenterlineBaseline20 meters40 metersGoal 9m line7m line6m line4m line
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