Presentation on theme: "なまえ： カイル と ジョナサン By: Kyle and Jonathan 6JS Japanese soccer is a sport which is very popular in Japan. It has 36 teams in 2 leagues. Here are the 36 teams."— Presentation transcript:
Japanese soccer is a sport which is very popular in Japan. It has 36 teams in 2 leagues. Here are the 36 teams in 2 leagues: これ は に にほん そっか りぐ ぺじ。
SSoccer has become the second most popular professional spectator sport in Japan. SSoccer in Japan is also the second most widely practiced sport among boys in primary schools. TThe Japan Football Association (JFA) was established in 1921. IIn 1948, the first national championship games were held. IIt became known as the Emperor's Cup. BBy 1997, more than 3,000 teams participated in this tournament. これ は だいたい にほん そっか りぐ れきし ぺじ。
In 1987, the chairman of the Japan Soccer League (JSL), Mori Kenji, determined that soccer players should be allowed to register as professionals. Then in 1988, a committee made up of members of the JSL discussed ways to popularize soccer among the general public. The committee favored the establishment of a professional soccer league. In January of 1991, the Japan Football Association announced the basic structure of the Japan Professional Football League, or J. League for short. By July of the same year, ten teams were established. Finally, on September of 1992, the first official J. League tournament took place. In 1993, league competition was begun. New teams were added throughout the following years, with 26 participating teams today. これ は あの ぺじ にほん そか それから じゅきゅじゅはちしち。
In recent years, Japan has emerged in the international soccer scene. In the 1998 World Cup, Japan's national soccer team represented Asia in the championship games in France after surviving the elimination rounds. After vigorous campaigning, Japan was chosen to co-host the World Cup in 2002. In the end of international soccer league Japan was eliminated out of the finals. France won against Brazil 3 goals -0 goals. DateTeamsScore 14.6.1998Jamaica vs. Croatia Argentina vs. Japan 1 - 3 1 - 0 21.6.1998Japan vs. Croatia Argentina vs. Jamaica 0 - 1 5 - 0 26.6.1998Argentina vs. Croatia, Japan vs. Jamaica 1 - 0 1 - 2 これ は あの ぺじ の あの いんたなしょなる にほん そっか りぐ。
Japanese soccer is like any other soccer game. It has rules especially such as: Kicking or attempting to kick an opponent. If a player slide tackles from the front, it will be considered at least "dangerous play" (which is an indirect kick foul), or kicking, or tripping, or "unsporting behavior“. Tripping or attempting to trip an opponent, Charging into an opponent (the goalkeeper can also be called for this). Striking or attempting to strike an opponent, Pushing an opponent, including the goalkeeper, これ は あの ぺじ の あの きそく の にほん そっか。
Jumping at an opponent (like going for a header but you actually hit either the goalkeeper or another player). Holding or pulling anyone (this includes pulling clothes from another player if you want to go for the ball). Making contact with an opponent before touching the ball. Spitting at an opponent, even if it doesn't hit the opponent (if this happens the player will get a red card). Purposely handling the ball (e.g. to protect himself or other players from injury).
Other rules of soccer include cards that are red. あか (red) cards are for: serious foul play, violent conduct, spitting at anyone, purposely touching the ball with a hand in order to prevent a goal or a goal scoring opportunity, fouling an opponent to prevent a goal scoring opportunity, using offensive, insulting or threatening language and/or gestures, or receiving a second yellow card in one game. あき (red card) これ は あの ぺじ の あの きそく の にほん そっか。
TThe game also include きる (yellow) cards for: uunsporting behavior, ddissent by word or actions, ppersistently breaking the rules, DDelaying the restart of play, ddefenders failing to stay the proper distance away from the kicker (a corner kick, free kick or throw-in). eentering or re-entering the field without the referee's permission, oor purposely leaving the field without the referees permission. きる (yellow card) これ は あの ぺじ の あの きそく の にほん そっか。
JJust like in a normal soccer game, there are 11 ( じゅいち )players in one soccer team. There are 10 ( じゅ )players and 1 ( いち )goalkeeper. All of these players have to play in 15 ( じゅご )positions: TThe 15 ( じゅご )positions in soccer are similar to Australian Football League. There are 2 ( に )goalkeepers, right corner-back, full back, right half-back, centre half-back, left half-back, 2 ( に ) midfielders (left ( ひだい ) and right ( みぎ )), right half-forward, centre half-forward, left half-forward, right corner forward, full forward and left corner forward. これ は あの ぺじ の あの かず の ぷれや と いち に じゃぱん。
IIn regular soccer it’s has the same time. In the first half, the game goes for 45 minutes and in the second half it has 45 minutes ( しじゅうご ). In total, of both halves is 90 minutes ( きゆじゅ )(1 hour and 30 minutes). きゆじゅ ちょっと のあいだに にほん そっか りぐ。 これ は あの ぺじ の あの げんかい どじ に。
This the timeline of the soccer in Japan: YearWhat happened? 1003 B.C.A group of Japanese people invented soccer by playing in a small field with a ball that was made from leather. Approximately 50 B.C.Teams from China and Japan played soccer which was a little bit similar than the regular soccer. 611 A.D.A soccer game was played in Kyoto, one of the Japanese Capital cities. 1307-1327King Edward made a law that if anyone plays soccer they’ll be in prison. 1681Soccer was no more played in England. 1800’sSoccer was played in England again and it was now popular and northern and middle England played matches against each other. 1815Eton College had already known the rules of soccer. これ は あの ぺじ の あの そくじせい の そっか。
hhttp://web.mit.edu/21f.066/www/mhori/soccer.html hhttp://www.soccerphile.com/soccerphile/news/j-league/j-league- stadiums.html hhttp://www.athleticscholarships.net/history-of-soccer.htm hhttp://www.soccerrules.org/ hhttp://www.soccerassociation.com/42/ hhttp://web.mit.edu/21f.066/www/mhori/soccer.html hhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan_Soccer_League hhttp://www.wsoccer.com/history_and_rules/law7.htm These are the references I went on to find all the information. これ は あの ぺじ の はくいん。
This page is about the Japanese soccer home ground. HOME GROUND : Niigata ‘Big Swan’ Stadium ADDRESS : 68 Seigoro, Niigata-city, Niigata,950-0933 CAPACITY : 42,300 WHEN BUILT: 2001 It is known as the ‘Big Swan’ because the roof of the stadium looks like resting swan. これ は あの ぺじ の あの のほん ほむぐらうんど。
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