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SOCCER THE FIELD FIELD MARKINGS PLAYER POSITIONS DRIBBLING The art of moving the ball on the ground while protecting it from opponents’ tackles. It is a skilled combination of body movements, often performed at high speeds. TACKLING

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the field
THE FIELD

FIELD MARKINGS

PLAYER POSITIONS

dribbling
DRIBBLING

The art of moving the ball on the ground while protecting it from opponents’ tackles. It is a skilled combination of body movements, often performed at high speeds.

tackling
TACKLING

The act if taking away, blocking, or stealing the ball from an opponent by using one’s feet.

heading
HEADING

The act of striking the with the head.

juggling
JUGGLING

With good juggling skills, players will make better passes, beat defenders more easily, and be able to hold the ball against defensive pressure, because of better touch on the ball.

Keeping the toe pointed upward, helps maintain ball control when juggling off the top of the foot.

Soccer juggling is great exercise to develop touch with the soccer ball. When juggling, you learn to control the body. Being able to make quick, body adjustments with all muscles is developed through juggling.  Better balance will enable a soccer player to move to the right, while maintaining balance to shoot the ball to the left, and vice versa.

Juggling is fun and can be done anywhere. It gives a player a feel for the ball.

kick off
KICK OFF

The game is started with a place kick at the half-way line within the center of the field.

The kick-off can only be taken after the referee’s signal indicating that all players are on their respective side of the field and opponents are 10 yards away – out of their side of the kick-off circle.

The ball must move forward.

The first kicker may not touch the ball again until another player touches it, or there would be an indirect kick for the opponents.

throw in
THROW - IN

The throw-in is awarded when the whole ball passes over the touch line, either on the ground or in the air.

Both feet must stay on the ground

Stand on or behind the touch line

Ball must go behind the head

Must use both hands equally

cannot use one hand &

if there is a lot of spin the

referee may call an improper

throw and award the opponents

a throw-in

direct kick
DIRECT KICK

Direct kicks are used to restart play following a physical violation of the rules such as:

Tripping Pushing Jumping

Striking Kicking Holding

Hand Ball

Tackling or Charging offenses

The player taking the kick may shoot the ball directly into the net and score.

Players may request that defenders are 10 yards away from them at the time of the kick.

indirect kick
INDIRECT KICK

Indirect kicks are used to restart play following more technical violations such as:

Obstruction

Dangerous Play

Goal Keeper Interference

Misconduct

Offside

The ball must be touched by another player after it is kicked in order for a goal to be scored.

Players may request that defenders are 10 yards away from them at the time of the kick.

goal kick
GOAL KICK

When the ball goes out of bounds over the end line and was last touched by the attacking team, it is put back into play by the defending team, who may place it anywhere on their Goal Box and then kick it.

The kicked ball may not be touched again by anyone on either team until it clears the Penalty Box and the other team must stay outside the Penalty Box until the ball clears the Penalty Box.

corner kick
CORNER KICK

Restart of play when the ball crossed the goal line, without a goal being scored, after having been last touched by a defensive player. This is a direct free kick taken by the attacking team from the corner of the field on the attacking end.

drop ball
DROP BALL

The dropped ball occurs when the referee stops the game for a double violation with opponents, an injured player, a defective ball, or some sort of external interference. The game is restarted with the ball being dropped from shoulder height in front of two players who will battle for possession.

Players will stand facing the goal they are attacking.

The players may not kick the ball until the ball touches the ground.

shot on goal
SHOT ON GOAL

Check this out!

When taking a shot at the goal, look at your point of aim. Do not look at the keeper, look where you want to ball to go.

keeper save
KEEPER SAVE

Use your body as a barrier.

Move fast and clear the ball well.

Outlet passes go to weak side.

Clear the ball high and wide.

soccer terms
SOCCER TERMS

Man-on – Communicating that the ball carrier or other player is under pressure from another player.

Marking - Closely guarding another player. Used when playing a “man-to-man” defense.

Back – Communication for a pass back or to let a player know there is support behind them.

Obstruction – Deliberately interfering with an opponent without trying to play the ball.

Center – A player whose responsibility is the center of the field. To pass the ball to the center of the field.

Assist – A pass or preliminary play from one player to another who then scores a goal.

Support – Having one or more teammates in position to receive a pass or to cover if beaten by a defender.

Shot – A kick at the goal.

Square – Communication for a pass to a teammate who is parallel to the goal line. A lateral pass.

Stopper – A defender in front of the goal who helps to stop shots on.

Dummy – To pretend to be about to receive the ball, but allowing it to pass oneself in order to deceive an opponent.

Fake (or feint) – Faking an action to confuse a defender. Step-overs, rollbacks and other moves.

Sweeper – A defender whose responsibility it is to “sweep up” loose balls played behind other defenders.

Far Post – The goalpost farthest from the ball.

Save – Prevention of a goal by the goal keeper.

Offside – A violation when an attacking player receives a pass without two defenders between them and the goal.

Striker – An forward player whose job it is to score goals.

Cross – A pass from one side of the field to the other.

yellow card

YELLOW CARD

When a referee shows a yellow card it is a first warning or caution that the player’s misconduct will result in removal from the game should a second incident occur.

Yellow Card Infractions:unsporting behavior dissent by word or actions, persistently breaking the rules, delaying the restart of play, defenders failing to stay the proper distance away from the kicker on a corner kick, free kick or throw-in, entering or re-entering the field without the referee's permission, deliberately leaving the field without the referees permission.

REDCARD

A player is ejected from the game & may not be replaced (i.e., his team must "play short"). A red card does not have to be preceded by a “yellow card".

Red Card infractions:serious foul play violent conduct, spitting at anyone, deliberately touching the ball with a hand or fouling an opponent in order to prevent a goal or to deny an obvious goal scoring opportunity, using offensive, insulting or threatening language and/or gestures,receiving a second yellow card in one game

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The art of moving the ball forward on the ground, with a series of kicks, while protecting it from an opponent’s tackle.

Dribbling

Heading

Marking

Stopping

Tackling

the act of striking the ball with one s head
The act of striking the ball with one’s head.

Dribbling

Heading

Marking

Stopping

Tackling

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The act of controlling, or guarding an opponent. A team using this rigid system of defense is said to be playing “man-to-man”.

Dribbling

Heading

Marking

Stopping

Tackling

the act of taking away blocking or stealing the ball from an opponent by using one s feet
The act of taking away, blocking, or stealing the ball from an opponent by using one’s feet.

Dribbling

Heading

Marking

Stopping

Tackling

what would the referee s call be for this situation
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

A player was just tripped.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

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What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

A player was offside.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation37
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

A player steps into the field, over the touchline on their throw-in.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct Kick Penalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation40
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

A player has been held.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation43
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The defending team has sent the ball over its own goal line (not into the goal).

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation46
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The offensive team has just sent the ball over the defensive goal line (not into the goal).

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation49
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

A player has been pushed.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation52
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The ball rolls up the touchline.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation55
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The defense has tripped an opponent in the penalty area.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation58
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

Dangerous play has been called.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct Kick Penalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation61
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The player taking a direct kick touches the ball twice-in-row.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation64
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

Goalkeeper interference has been called.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation67
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The ball completely crosses the touchline.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal KickPlay On

Indirect KickThrow-in

what would the referee s call be for this situation70
What would the referee’s call be for this situation?

The defense has been called for an inadvertent handball in the penalty area.

Corner KickOpponent’s Throw –in

Direct KickPenalty Kick

Goal Kick Play On

Indirect KickThrow-in

a pass from one side of the field to the other
A pass from one side of the field to the other.

AssistFake

Back Long Ball

CenterObstruction

CrossSquare

a player passes the ball to a second player who scores as a result of the pass
A player passes the ball to a second player, who scores as a result of the pass.

AssistFake

Back Long Ball

CenterObstruction

CrossSquare

a pass made parallel to the goal line
A pass made parallel to the goal line.

Assist Fake

Back Long Ball

CenterObstruction

CrossSquare

a ball kicked to the middle of the field
A ball kicked to the middle of the field.

AssistFake

Back Long Ball

CenterObstruction

CrossSquare

when the referee shows a yellow card to a player
When the referee shows a yellow card to a player.

Caution

Disqualification

Dummy

Marking

Obstruction

Support

Total Soccer

when a referee shows a player a red card
When a referee shows a player a red card.

Caution

Disqualification

Dummy

Marking

Obstruction

Support

Total Soccer

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The term used for communicating that the ball carrier or the player about to receive the ball is going to be under pressure from a defender.

Assist

Caution

Man on

Marking

Save

Shot

a kick at goal
A kick at goal.

Assist

Caution

Man on

Marking

Save

Shot

the prevention of a goal by the goalkeeper by using the hand or foot
The prevention of a goal by the goalkeeper by using the hand or foot.

Assist

Caution

Man on

Marking

Save

Shot

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This is a violation when a player receiving a forward pass does not have two opponents between him or herself and the goal line at the time the pass was initiated.

Back

Fake

Obstruction

Offside

Overlap

Support

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