Presentation on theme: "Soccer. Positions on the field Goalie: Keeps the ball out of the goal Also called goalkeeper. Forwards: Attack the opposition to create scoring opportunities."— Presentation transcript:
Positions on the field Goalie: Keeps the ball out of the goal Also called goalkeeper. Forwards: Attack the opposition to create scoring opportunities. Take the majority of shots. Also called attackers. Midfielders: Enable the transition from the fullbacks to the forward. Constantly in motion, both defending and attacking. Also called halfbacks. Defense: Also called fullbacks, provide the last line of defense before the goalie. Stop the opposition before a shot is taken.
Terminology by the defensive team.Corner kick- if the ball is kicked out of bounds along the end line by the defensive team. by the offensive team.Goal kick- if the ball is kicked out of bounds along the end line by the offensive team. Hand ball- when the ball hits any part of a players hand or arm. This results in a indirect kick. Indirect kick- Another player must touch the ball before a goal can be attempted. Direct kick- A player can kick a goal without anyone touching it. If there is a tripping penalty is called on the field, a direct kick will take place.
Game Play The game always starts with a kickoff –Kickoff must be passed backwards to a teammate??????? After the kickoff anyone can play the ball at anytime. Try to remain in your positions until a goal is scored. Once a goal is scored, you may switch positions. –If you are a defender (fullback) you do not have to stand by the goal box the entire time. You can move up the field as the ball moves up the field.
Game Play -Players can not score from their defensive end of the field -If the ball goes out of bounds on the sidelines, it is a throw-in. –Throw-ins should be overhead with two hands.