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  1. Soccer Jeopardy Created by Sean O’Brien

  2. How to play Soccer Jeopardy • There are 3 categories to choose from. • Choose a 100 or 200 point question from any one of the three categories by clicking the amount (100 or 200). • Read the question carefully and attempt to get the answer correct. • Too see the answer click the mouse a second time. • Too pick another category click the link at the bottom of the page.

  3. Soccer categories

  4. Category 1 - 100 pointsRules • How many players are on the field to start a game? • Answer: 11 Players • Back to Categories Foul !!!

  5. Category 2 - 100 PointsHistory • Which city was home of the first soccer club team in the United States? • Answer- Boston • Back to Categories

  6. Category 3 -100 Points World Cup Facts • What country won the last World Cup in 2002? • Answer- Brazil • Back to Categories

  7. Category 1- 200 PointsRules • What type of kick is rewarded for a hand ball? • Answer- Direct Kick • Back to Categories Goal!

  8. Category 2- 200 PointsHistory • Who is one of the most recognized soccer players in the world and what country is he from? • Answer- Pele and Brazil • Back to Categories

  9. Category 3- 200 PointsWorld Cup Facts • What country is hosting the 2006 World Cup? • Answer- Germany • Back to Categories

  10. World Cup Winners • The world cup began in 1930 and takes place every four years. • Their have been 17 World Cup competitions. • Brazil leads World Cup winners with 5. • The United States has yet to win a world cup yet but is currently ranked 6th in the world.

  11. Soccer Links • Official site of World Cup • Offical site of U.S. soccer • Back to first slide