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    • Objective of the GameThe most important part of the game of football is the goal, arectangular demarcated area at the end of both sides of arectangular pitch on which the game is played. There are twoteams playing the game at a time and the objective of thegame is to get the ball into this goal. Depending on the gameplan, the teams need to score on the oppositions goal andsimultaneously try to stop the opposition from scoring at ourgoal. The team with the maximum number of goals at the endof the game time is the winner.The game is known as football, which meansthat it is to be played with the feet.But the players (except the goalkeeper)are allowed to use any part,apart from their forearms, arms and hands,to drive the ball forward or defend.The goalkeeper is allowed to use his hands,but only in the penalty area.
    • TeamsTo this end of scoring goals, each team will have 11 players. One ofthem is a goalkeeper. The other 10 players are known as outfieldplayers.
    • The PitchThe basic football rules will tell you that the football pitch is105m long and 68m wide. The halfway line and the centre circleare in the centre of the pitch where the kick off takes place atthe start of the game or the start of the second half or after theopposition has scored.The goal is a rectangular area on each side.The penalty area is a rectangular area surrounding the goal onboth sides of the pitch. This area has a few special provisions.It is only in this area that a goalkeeper guarding the goal in thatarea can handle or touch the ball.Consequently, if the goal-ward advanceof an opposition attacker is stoppedby fouling him, or the goal-wardtrajectory of the ball is handledby a defender other than a goalkeeper,a penalty kick is given to the teamwhose player has been fouled.The penalty is taken from the penalty spot.
    • The TimeThe normal playing time is 2 half periods of 45 minutes each.But time may be added on at the end of each half for anystoppage during the regulation playing time, on account ofany injury or disturbances.
    • Corners and Throw-InsIf the players of one team kick the ball out of the playing area, on thelength side of the pitch (not facing the goal) then they concede athrow-in. If the ball goes out of the pitch from the line behind the goalthat they are attacking, then the goalkeeper of the opposing teamgets a goal kick. If the defender puts the ball behind the line of thegoal which they are defending then the opposing team gets a cornerkick. A corner kick is from that vertex of the pitch, on the side fromwhere the ball has gone out.
    • A FoulA foul is said to be committedwhen a player commits an actwhich is considered illegalaccording to the laws of the game.Common reasons why a refereemay call a foul include, handlingthe ball, attacking a player bodilyfrom behind, knocking the playerdown without getting the ball,trying to knock the ball out of theplayer’s legs etc. A foul wouldnormally result in a free kick to theteam of the fouled player, from theplace where he was fouled.
    • A PenaltyA penalty kick is given toone team when one of theirplayers is fouled in thepenalty box. Any unfairways to stop the goal-wardadvance of the player isknown as a penalty. Apenalty means that oneplayer of the team whoseplayer has been fouledsquares up against thegoalkeeper of the opposingteam. The player takes thekick from the penalty spotwhile the goal is unguardedexcept for the goalkeeper.
    • The Sending OffA player can be sent off (red-carded) if he is found to committoo many fouls. If the playercommits too many fouls, orconceded a penalty by making ablatant hand-ball in the penaltyarea, or making a bad tackle, hewill be sent off and his team willhave to finish the game with oneplayer less.The one thing you have toremember is to play fair, use yourhead and think on your feet!Football is a great game.
    • The Sending OffA player can be sent off (red-carded) if he is found to committoo many fouls. If the playercommits too many fouls, orconceded a penalty by making ablatant hand-ball in the penaltyarea, or making a bad tackle, hewill be sent off and his team willhave to finish the game with oneplayer less.The one thing you have toremember is to play fair, use yourhead and think on your feet!Football is a great game.