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THE ORGIN & HISTORY OF THE GREAT GAME . The new beginning . History of Soccer . S occer was played almost 3000 years ago . Most popular game in earth

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history of soccer
History of Soccer
  • Soccer was played almost 3000 years ago.
  • Most popular game in earth
  • One of the earliest forms of soccer in which player kicked ball around on a small field has been trace as far back to 1004B.C. in Japan. The Munich Ethnological Museum is Germany has a Chinese text from approximately 50 B.C.
  • The Romans played a game similar to soccer. In the early Olympics 27 men had competed. After 50 min 2/3 had to be hospitalized
  • Historians kept records soccer but had no interest of preserving the various origins of it. So no one knows how soccer spread from Asia to Europe.
number of players
Number of players

The Number of Players

  • 10 outfield players and one goalkeeper (TOTAL=11)
  • Several substitutes on the bench.
  • The number of substitutions doesn’t matter
rules and regulation
Rules and Regulation

Law 1: The field the height of the flag of the play- the rule specifies the dimensions of all the following items: the soccer goal area, the penalty area, the height area of the flag posts, the corner arcs the actual goal: its position on the field and the size of its post, crossbar and opening.

Law 2: The ball : a soccer ball

Law 3: The number of players- the minimum and maximum number of players required to play the game.

Law 4: The Player’s Equipment safety first as mandated by the soccer rules.

Law 5: The referee : the decisions of the referee are final

Law 6: The assistant referee duties are to assist

Law 7: The duration of the match periods of play half time allowance of lost time penalty kick extra time

Law 8: you can’t use your hands nor arms to hit the ball : only you head, legs, knee, chest , and thigh you can use your shoulders.

Law 9: The penalty kick (extra kick to the opposing team)

continued rules and regulations
Continued rules and regulations
  • Law 10: Throw in (the other team awarded a throw in due to the lack sportsmanship of another player on the team). The goal kicker always has to kick.
  • The corner kicker is awarded to the attacking team when the ball leaves the field of play by crossing the goal line.
  • A goal kicker get a free kick in soccer that is awarded to a defensive team when the ball has been driven out of bounds over the goal line by an opponent.
  • The throw in soccer is a method of restarting play once the ball has gone out.
  • The whole of the ball must pass over the touchline, either on the ground or in the air.
  • The throw must be taken from where the ball went out of play.
  • It goes to the team who did not put the ball out of play.
types of skills to use when playing soccer football
Types of Skills To use when playing Soccer (football)
  • HOW TO THROW IN: Throw over your head on to the field, bending your back more for power.
  • To enhance your throw, remember to:
  • Drag the toes of the rear foot when taking the throw.
  • Point elbows out to the sides.
  • Follow through with the throw.
types of skills to use when playing soccer football1
Types of Skills To use when playing Soccer (football)
  • Heading– when you hit the ball with your head.
  • Remember how the ball hurt your head the first time you tried heading it? That's most likely because you let the ball hit your head and not vice versa.
  • Dribbling– using your feet in order for the ball to move on the field . You kick the ball with your side foot. step over skill, rolling over the ball and allowing it to go between your legs.Be careful not to take the ball too far wide. The idea is to beat the opponent while maintaining as straight a path as possible.
  • Tackling-Never charge at the ball unless you are absolutely sure that you will get it. If the enemy has the ball in control at his feet you must contain him. To contain (or jockey) your opponent means to position yourself in front of him and wait until he releases the ball far enough for you to intercept it. Some dribblers will move the ball without providing you with adequate time for a tackle. All you can do in such cases is remain between the ball carrier and your own goal.

Goalkeeper-The name comes from the positioning of the keeper's hands. The index finger and thumb on both of his hands are locked at about 45 degrees. His hands are put next to each other, forming the letter W. Ideally, the index fingers should not be perpendicular but pointing slightly inward.

  • Using your chest to pass the ball –Balls directed below shoulder level (or dropping balls) are handled by cushioning it from below. Similarly to handling a baby, the keeper must cushion the ball from underneath, pressing it against his chest.
  • Lounge – kick the ball with all your might (stretching out your leg while kicking)
  • Fake Kick – you pretend to kick the ball when you actually push it behind you to protect it .
  • Shooting- When you kick the ball in order to score a goal
  • Punting – having the ball off the grass and its balanced on your toe
  • Juggling- When your actually trying to move the ball up and down on your feet
jugging the ball
Jugging the ball


dribbling the ball
Dribbling the ball

Don’t fall !!!!!!!!

penalties and information about soccer
Penalties and Information about Soccer
  • Red card- a ejection card (have to sit out the game)
  • Yellow card- a warning card
  • Minutes in a half- 90mins
  • Soccer was first played in China
  • In the year of 2003 women soccer had collapsed
  • There are seventeen laws that soccer is based upon
  • The skills and techniques of soccer are known as the backbone
  • In 1900’s defensive soccer was not popular
  • Football, soccer ,fussball ,futbol, voetball are acceptable names for soccer
  • Soccer is the most popular game of earth