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Title: SOCCER F


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SOCCERFÚTBOL
2
HISTORY
  • Played by many ancient cultures Romans (early
    Olympics), Japanese (1004 B.C.), Chinese (611
    A.D.).
  • England Outlawed for being vulgar and indecent
    until officially sanctioned in 1861.
  • England Grew in popularity by the 1800s, annual
    contests held in northern and middle England.

3
HISTORY CONT.
  • Eton College has the earliest known rules of
    Soccer in 1815.
  • Later, standardized rules known as the Cambridge
    Rules were adopted by Englands major colleges.
  • Today, Soccer is the most watched single sports
    event in the worlds history (8 billion people).
    More than the Olympics and bigger than baseball,
    football, and basketball combined.

4
OBJECT OF SOCCER
  • The object of the game is to score more goals
    than the other team.
  • The best way to score is to use teamwork and pass
    the ball around to your teammates.
  • Dont just kick the ball as hard as you can, look
    around for another teammate who is in a better
    position and pass the ball to them.

5
RULES
  • Each team has 11 players-including a goalie.
  • Hand Ball (No Hands) do not use any part of the
    body from the tips of the fingers to the
    shoulders. The player cannot handle the ball but
    the ball can hit the player.
  • Ball to Hand (Legal)
  • Hand to Ball (Illegal)
  • Equipment Jersey or shirt, shorts, stockings
    (socks), shin guards, and footwear.

6
RULES CONT.
  • Start Restart. A kick-off is the way a soccer
    game is started and restarted.
  • The ball is placed at the center of the field.
  • All players must be on their own sides.
  • Other team must be at least 10 yards away.
  • At whistle, ball is in play when it is kicked
  • and moves forward.
  • Kick-off At the start of the game.
  • After a goal has been scored.
  • At the start of the half.

7
RULES CONT.
  • A throw-in is taken when the ball crosses the
    Side/Touch Line and leaves the field.
  • WHEN THE BALL IS THROWN
  • Both feet must be on the ground.
  • Both hands must be over the head.
  • A corner kick or goal kick is taken when the
    ball leaves the field across the Goal Line.

8
RULES CONT.
  • Corner Kick If the Defense kicks the ball past
    the Goal Line, the other team takes a kick from
    the nearest corner to restart the game.
  • Goal Kick If the Offense kicks the ball past the
    Goal Line, any opposing player may kick from
    anywhere inside the goalie box or goal area
    to restart the game.

9
RULES CONT.
  • Penalty Kick Contact foul or hand ball (hands)
    by Defense in Penalty Area. Ball placed on
    Penalty Spot. Goalie with both feet on Goal Line.
    All other players outside penalty area until ball
    is kicked. If shot is missed, ball is still live.
  • Two-touch Rule A player cannot touch the ball
    twice in a row when putting the ball in play.
    Also applies to all throw-ins.

10
PENALTIES
  • Yellow Card Warning if player regularly breaks
    rules, does not respect the referees decision,
    delay the start of play, argumentative, show
    unsportsmanlike conduct.
  • Red Card Expelled for committing a serious foul,
    being violent, using offensive or insulting
    language, or receiving a second yellow card
    during game.

11
POSITIONS (11)
  • Offense (5) 2 Strikers
  • 1 Attacking Midfielder
  • 2 Midfielders (Left Right)
  • Defense (6) 1 Defensive Midfielder
  • 2 Backs (Left Right)
  • 1 Stopper
  • 1 Sweeper
  • 1 Goalie

12
SKILLS
  • Passing when a player kicks the ball to a
    teammate used to move the ball closer to the
    opposing goal, to keep the ball away from an
    opponent, or to give the ball to a player who is
    in a better position to score.
  • Dribbling the basic skill of advancing the ball
    with the feet while controlling it.
  • Trapping when a player uses his body to slow
    down and control a moving ball, most often using
    his chest, thighs, or feet.
  • Shooting when a player kicks the ball at the
    opponent's net in an attempt to score a goal.

13
SOCCER FIELD TERMS
  • Side Line/Touch Line
  • Goal Line
  • Halfway Line
  • Center Circle
  • Corner Arc
  • Dimensions
  • 100-150 yds X 50-100 yds
  • Goal Area
  • Goal
  • Penalty Area
  • Penalty Spot/Mark

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SOCCER FIELD
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