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FOOT BALL.pptx

  1. 1. FOOT BALL THE LIFE
  2. 2. FOUNDER OF FOOT BALL ? England is typically credited for inventing the modernized version of the sport beginning in 1863 with the founding of the Football Association, which differs from China's origins
  3. 3. FATHER OF FOOT BALL? WALTER CAMP is credited with altering the rules of rugby to create the game of modern North American football we are familiar with today.The line of scrimmage, use of downs, point system, the number of players per side, and the creation of the quarterback position all stemmed from Walter Camp's influence.
  4. 4. BASIC OF FOOT BALL?  Football, also called association football or soccer, is a without using their hands or arms a game involving two teams of 11 players who try to maneuver the ball into the other team's go.The team that scores more goals wins. Football is the world's most popular ball game in numbers of participants and spectators.
  5. 5. 5 BASIC LAW OF FOOT BALL?  Teams will be told which way they are kicking at start of game.  Teams cannot score directly from a kick off.  There is no offside.  All free kicks and corners are direct and opposition must be 3 metres away.  Goal kicks to be taken anywhere inside penalty area
  6. 6. THE MAIN 17 LAWS?
  7. 7. THE FIRST LAW?  THE FIELD OF PLAY  This law determines the size and markings of the football field, called a football pitch, or a soccer field.The pitch is composed of natural or artificial grass, apart from recreational matches that sometimes take place in dirt ground.
  8. 8. THE SECOND LAW?  THE BALL  This law specifies the shape, size, and material composition of the ball.The law states that the standard diameter of a size 5 ball must be around 22 cm and a circumference of 68–70 cm.The soccer ball must weigh between 410-450 kg
  9. 9. THE THIRD LAW?  THE PLAYERS  here should be 11 eleven players in each team. Out of 11, one must be the goalie. A team must have at least seven players in order to be considered complete.The players should hit the ball with either their legs or torso. No player is permitted to use their hands or arms to touch the ball, except the goalkeepers
  10. 10. THE FOURTH LAW?  THE PLAYER EQUIPMENT  Every player must wear a shirt, shorts, socks, shoes, and proper shin protection according to the rules.They may also choose to wear headgear, though it is not mandatory.  Players are not allowed to use or wear any equipment that might be harmful to them or others, like rings.The goalie must be dressed differently than the other players and match officials.
  11. 11. THE FIFTH LAW?  THE RAFAREE  A referee is an official who oversees a game. They have the last say in all matters, including disputes.They have the power to penalize a player, stop a match in case of a foul and have the general responsibility to oversee the game so that it goes without a hitch
  12. 12. THE SIXTH LAW?  THE OTHER MATCH OFFICIAL  An assistant referee helps the referee in maintaining the decorum of the game.The assistant referees are placed on either side of the field and have the authority to step in the occurrence of an offence.
  13. 13. THE SEVENTH LAW?  THE DURATIONOFTHE MATCH  The gameplay time in a typical football match is 90 minutes long, which is divided into two halves of 45 minutes each. Between the two halves, there is a 15-minute halftime break. Full-time marks the conclusion of the game.
  14. 14. THE EIGHTH LAW?  THE START AND RESTART OFTHE PLAY  Every football game begins with a toss.The two team captains meet in the middle of the pitch with the match referee.The captain of the winning team (toss winner) chooses which goalpost to pursue in the first half, while the team that loses the toss kicks off the game.  The teams trade goals during the second half, and the side that won the coin toss gets to kick off.
  15. 15. THE NINETH LAW?  The Ball In and Out of Play  Ball in play and ball out of play are the two primary stages of play during a soccer game.  The ball is said to be in play from the start of each playing period with a kick-off until the completion of the playing period. Only in rare cases does the ball leave the field of play or the referee stops play.
  16. 16. THE TENTH LAW? DERTERMING OF OUT GOING MACTH  The objective of Football or Soccer is to score goals by kicking or passing the ball over the goal line and into the opponent’s goalposts. A goal is said to have been scored, if the ball crosses the goal line, between the goalposts, and under the crossbar, provided that no offence has been committed by the scoring team.
  17. 17. THE ELEVENTH LAW?  OFFSIDE  If a player’s body parts, excluding hands and arms, are in the other team's half of the field and closer to their goal line than the ball, then the player is said to be in an offside position.  Being in an offside position is not an offence, but the player who is in that position uses that as an advantage to their team, they can be found guilty of outside offence
  18. 18. THE TWELVTH LAW?  FOULS AND MISCONDUCT  A foul is committed when a player goes against the rules of the game and subsequently prevents the game from being played.The opposition team of the player who committed the foul is given a free kick as punishment.  Any action by a player that the referee determines requires a disciplinary consequence is considered to be a misconduct.The player who commits this will either receive a warning or get kicked off the field.  A player who is sacked cannot be replaced.
  19. 19. THE THIRTEENTH LAW?  FREE KICKS  Indirect free kicks:These are given to the opposite side after "non-penal" fouls, or when play is paused to warn or dismiss an opponent without a specific foul having occurred.This may or may not result in a goal being scored.  Direct free kicks:These are given to the team that was fouled after one of the above fouls. With this, a goal may be directly scored.
  20. 20. THE FOURTEENTH LAW?  THE PENALTY KICKS  Penalty kicks are given to the team that was fouled after a foul that typically results in a straight free kick but happens within their opponent's penalty area
  21. 21. THE FIFTEENTH LAW?  THETHROW - IN  A throw-in is given after the ball has left the field of play.The opponents of the player who last touched the ball receive a throw-in.
  22. 22. THE SIXTEENTH LAW?  THE GOAL KICK  These are given when the entire ball crosses the goal line, whether on the ground or in the air, having last touched a member of the attacking side, and the goal is not scored.The ball is given a goal kick by the goalkeeper.
  23. 23. THE SEVENTEENTH LAW?  THE CORNER KICK  A corner kick is given when the entire ball crosses the goal line, whether on the ground or in the air, having last touched a defender but no goals are scored.  Only the opposite side may score directly from a corner kick; if the ball penetrates the goal of the kicker, the opponents are given a corner kick.
  24. 24. THE LAWS ARE COMPLEAT
  25. 25. THE END

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