Sport Education: Soccer Created by: Kim Nordtveit Physical Education Click the ball to get started:
Field of Play Rectangular shape marked with lines or boundaries Two longer boundary lines are called side-lines Two shorter boundary lines are called goal lines Field is divided into two halves divided by halfway line Next
Field of Play Goal area- where the ball is placed for the defending team to take a goal kick Penalty area- restriction area where a) the goalie can use their hands b) if a foul is committed in this box the offensive team is awarded a penalty kick on the penalty spot Corner Arc- where the ball is place when the offense is taking a corner kick Next
Number of Players A game is played with two teams Each team consisting of 11 players, one of which is the goalkeeper A game may not start if either team has less than 7 players Next
Basic Equipment A jersey Shorts Socks Shin-guards Footwear Next
Duration of the Game A game last two equal periods of 45 minutes The half-time interval last 15 minutes Allowance is made in either period for all time lost through: substitutions, assessment of injury, and the removal of injured Next
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What are these boundary lines called? A A B B C C Half field, and goal line Side-line, and goal line Center circle, and side- line
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Conclusion Soccer is a game played with two teams of 11 players on each team. A soccer player’s uniform consists of; a jersey, shorts, socks, shin guards and footwear. The game lasts a total of 90 minutes with a 15 minute halftime. Reference Play Again?
References http://www.fifa.com/aboutfifa/officialdocume nts/doclists/laws.html http://www.fifa.com/aboutfifa/officialdocume nts/doclists/laws.html Google Images
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