What is soccer?
What happens during soccer and how can it be fixed?
A common problem used to be shin injuries. The solution to that problem was to enforce all players to wear shin guards. A shin guard or shin pad is a piece of equipment worn on the front of a player's shin to protect them from injury. These are commonly used in sports including soccer, baseball, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, rugby, and cricket. This is due to either being required by the rules/laws of the sport or worn voluntarily by the participants for protective measures.
This is a shin guard, they are used to prevent shin injurys
Where do you start?
Well to start out you first need to have the correct equipment, that includes a ball, cleats or proper shoes, and shin guards. So if you don’t have a ball you can’t play because you will have nothing to play with, and as far as cleats if you don’t have cleats you will be slipping and falling all over the field. Lastly shin guards if you do not have shin guards and are playing with a league you can not play, shin guards are required for your own safety. After you get all of that stuff, it is important to find a fairly large field to play on, 100-130 yards long and 50-100 yards wide.
Soccer field diagram
What can happen?
If you intentionally foul somebody that will result in a yellow card, then get another penalty or foul you will get a red card and be ejected from the game. Also when you foul a person in the 118 yard line or the goalie box, the person that got fouled will get a penalty kick from the 12 yard line or the penalty spot. Some ways to get a yellow card are tripping, and using your hands to push. Also you can get an automatic red card by after something happens weather it be a goal or a penalty, if you cause a confrontation you will get a automatic red card.
Soccer Vs. Football
Soccer can compare to many things one of those things could be american football. American football and soccer are similar in someways but also very different. In soccer you use you feet and in football it is 99% of your hands. But, they are similar because you are trying to score points in the opponents side, by beating the defense.
1.) Besides when you are a goal keeper, when is the only time you can touch the ball?
a.) Whenever you feel like it
b.) When you are throwing the ball in
c.) To score a goal
2.) How many players are on the field at a time, between both teams?
3.) What are all soccer players required to wear?
a.) Shin guards
b.) Shoulder pads
4.) How wide is a soccer field?
b.) 50-95 yards
c.) 50-100 yards
5.) How many yellow cards do you need to get a red card and get kicked out of the game?
Spherical: having the form of a sphere.
Goalkeeper: a player whose chief duty is to prevent the ball or puck from crossing or entering the goal.
Cleats: a shoe fitted with such projections.
League: an association of individuals having a common goal.
Intentionally: done with intention or on purpose; intended