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Soccer "The World's Game". By Jeremiah Driessel & Adam Schwaninger. History of the Game. Soccer originated about 3000 years ago in Europe Eton College in England formed a set of standardized rules, Cambridge Rules in 1848. 12 clubs founded the first league.

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Soccer

"The World's Game"

By Jeremiah Driessel

&

Adam Schwaninger

history of the game
History of the Game
  • Soccer originated about 3000 years ago in Europe
  • Eton College in England formed a set of standardized rules, Cambridge Rules in 1848.
  • 12 clubs founded the first league
rules and regulations
The “Laws of the Game” are the set rules of soccer.

The book covers all aspects of the game from fouls to field dimensions.

Rules are revised yearly to make the game more fair.

Rules and Regulations

www.FIFA.com

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Field Dimensions

<--------- 50-100 yds

End Line----->

<-- Halfway Line

<----- 44 yds

18 yd Box-->

6 yd Box----------->

Penalty Box-->

^

18 yds

Touch line

<--------------------------100-130 yds----------------->

how to play the game
How to Play the Game
  • Passing - Kick ball from one teammate to another
  • Dribbling - keep the ball controlled while running
  • Shooting - Strike the ball with great force at the goal

www.socceramerica.com

formations
Formations
  • 4-4-2
  • 3-5-2
  • 4-3-3

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4-4-2

GK

DF

DF

DF

DF

MF

MF

MF

MF

Back

FW

FW

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3-5-2

GK

DF

DF

DF

MF

MF

MF

MF

MF

Back

FW

FW

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4-3-3

GK

DF

DF

DF

DF

MF

MF

MF

Back

FW

FW

FW

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Real Players

Ronaldo: Has scored more goals in the World Cup than anyone, 15

Pele: Arguably the best soccer player ever, with 1,280 goals in 1,360 games

history 100
History $100
  • How many soccer clubs founded the first league?

What is 12 clubs?

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