Soccer. Kate Heilich. Health Benefits. Improve overall fitness Reduce overall body fat Lower cholesterol Lower stress Lower blood pressure For kids age 10-13 they had 33% more total bone mineral density . Soccer around the world.
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Soccer Kate Heilich
Health Benefits • Improve overall fitness • Reduce overall body fat • Lower cholesterol • Lower stress • Lower blood pressure • For kids age 10-13 they had 33% more total bone mineral density
Soccer around the world • It is impossible to say accurately where and when soccer started - but it is reasonable to assume that some type of ball game - from which the organized sport we know today developed - has been played somewhere on the planet for over 3000 years. • Exercise involving kicking a ball into a small net, was used by the Chinese military during the Han Dynasty - around the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC. • Scotland and England being co-founders of the organized game. • The game was a war game! In medieval times, towns and villages played against rival towns and villages - and kicking, punching, biting and gouging were allowed. Hundreds of people. Ban soccer • On 26 October 1863, eleven London clubs and schools. This meeting created The Football Association
Players, positions, and the field • Each team is allowed to have 11 players on the field at a time • Although teams play different formations, most teams play with the following positions: Right, left and center forward. Right, left and center midfield. Left and right back. Sweeper and Stopper. Goalkeeper. • The professional size field is usually 120 yards long and 75 yards wide.
Basic Skills • Passing • Trapping • Throw ins • Corner kicks • Goal kicks • Free kicks • Shooting
Offense • Objective: To score • All players are involved in scoring although the forward are thought of as true attacking players • Moves are used to get by players to shoot on goal http://gprime.net/video.php/foottricks
Defense • Objective: Do not let the other team score • Mainly the defenders and goalie are used for defense • Clear the ball out by either kicking it out or passing the ball to move up the field • Slow down the attacking player