TERMINOLOGIA
ESPECIFICA
INGLESA
Técnicos deportivos Nivel II
Carles Domingo
Gerard Artigas
Albert Sabaté
Versión 2.0
UNIT 1

FUTSAL BASICS

1.1 BASICS
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FOOTBALL PITCH
1.3 THE MATCH
1.4 SCORING
1.5 FUTSAL INJURIES
1.6 PREVE...
1.1

BASICS

THE PITCH
10

12 11

9
1-CORNER KICK
2-PENALTY SPOT
3-SECOND PENALTY
4-TOUCHLINE
5-GOAL KICK
6-MIDLINE
7-CENT...
1.1

BASICS

PENALTY AREA

Penalty spot
3,16 m.
6 m.
3 m.

15,16 m
1.1

BASICS

SUBSTITUTION ZONE AND TECHNICAL AREA

1 m.

1 m.

Bench

Technical area

0,75 m.
5m.

Substitution zone

5m. ...
1.1

BASICS

THE GOAL

CROSSBAR

TOP CORNER

GOAL POSTS
1.1

BASICS

THE BALL

Spherical
Made of leather or other approved material
Of a circumference of not more than 64 cm and ...
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH

THE REFEREE

A TIMEKEEPER
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
THE PLAYERS

THE SUBSTITUTE PLAYERS

THE COACH
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
THE REFEREES
A REFEREE
Each match is controlled by two referees, the
main referee and the s...
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
PLAYERS

A match is played by two teams, each consisting of not more than five
players, one...
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
SUBSTITUTE PLAYERS
The substitute players must wear a bib
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
COACH
Is the person responsible for the direction, instruction and
training of an individua...
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
PLAYERS EQUIPMENT
Safety
A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous...
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
BASIC EQUIPMENT
The basic compulsory equipment of a player comprises the following
separate...
1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH
BASIC EQUIPMENT
Stockings – if tape or similar material is applied
externally it must be th...
1.3 THE MATCH
THE MATCH
Two teams playing against each other in a 40 minutes game futsal
The match lasts two equal periods...
1.3 THE MATCH
THE KICK OFF
At the start of the match.
After a goal has been scored.
At the start of the second half of the...
1.3 THE MATCH
DROPPED BALL

If, while the ball is still in play, the referees are required to stop play
temporarily for an...
1.3 THE MATCH
BALL OUT / IN OF PLAY
The ball is out of play when:
It has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whethe...
1.3 THE MATCH
BALL OUT / IN OF PLAY
The ball is in play at all other times, including when:
It rebounds off a goalpost or ...
1.4 SCORING
SCORE BOARD

Time

Period

Guest or visitor
team goals
Home team goals
Five fouls guest
Fouls guest

Five foul...
1.4 SCORING
GOAL SCORED

A goal is scored when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line,
between the goalposts and ...
1.4 SCORING
WINNING TEAM
The team scoring the greater number of goals during a match is the winner. If
both teams score an...
1.4 SCORING
VOCABULARY
To concede
To allow a goal in, to allow the opposite to score a goal
An own goal
A goal scored acci...
1.4 SCORING
VOCABULARY
A drawn
A match that ends in a tie, has no winner or loser. The teams get
one point each for a draw...
1.4 SCORING
VOCABULARY
A head-to-head
A way of deciding which team is ranked higher if two teams are level (or equal)
on p...
1.4 SCORING
VOCABULARY
Extra time
Competition rules may provide for two further equal periods, not exceeding five
minutes ...
1.5 TYPES OF SHOT
VOCABULARY
TO KICK, to hit something, or somebody, with your foot. In futsal,
the players kick the ball
...
1.5 TYPES OF SHOT
VOCABULARY
A PENALTY, a free shot at goal from 12 yards (11 metres or the
penalty spot) awarded by the r...
1.5 TYPES OF SHOT
VOCABULARY
A CROSS, a pass from the side of the pitch into the penalty area
in a attempt to find an atta...
1.5 TYPES OF SHOT
VOCABULARY
TO VOLLEY, to kick where a moving ball from the air before it
hits the ground.

A CLEARANCE, ...
UNIT 2

POSITIONS IN FUTSAL
2.1 GOALKEEPER

GOALKEEPER O GOALIER

GOALKEEPER, permitted to handle the ball in his/her team’s penalty area, but
also us...
2.2 CLOSER

CLOSER
CLOSER, this player is located in front of the goalkeeper as the base line of
three players to attack a...
2.2 WINGS
WINGS

WINGS

WINGS, players who are located on the flanks. They go up and down without
stopping and always seek...
2.2 PIVOT

PIVOT
PIVOT, team player closest to the opponent’s goal, with the functions of receiving
offensive and play the...
UNIT 3

THE GAME
3.1 DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS
SYSTEM: 1-2-1
3.1 DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS
SYSTEM: 2-2
3.1 OFFENSIVE SYSTEMS
SYSTEM: 1-2-1
3.1 OFFENSIVE SYSTEMS
SYSTEM: 4-0
3.2 STYLES OF PLAY
COUNTER-ATTACKING FUTSAL, when the opponent gives
away possession in midfield or attack, defensive play...
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE

BALL CONTROL

INDIVIDUAL
TECHNIQUE

ABILITY/AGILITY
KICKS
DRIBBLING
HEADERS
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE

PASSING

COLECTIVE
TECHNIQUE

DUMMYING
FEINT (FAKE)
TAKEOVER
COMBINATION PLAY
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE

CLEARANCE

DEFENSIVE
TECHNIQUE

BLOCK TACKLE
SLINDING TACKLE
INTERCEPTING
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE
GOALKEEPER
TECHNIQUE
INDIVIDUAL
SAVES/BLOCKING
CLEARANCE
EXTENSION
DEFLECTION

COLECTIVE
SAVES/BLOCKI...
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE

INSIDE OH THE FOOT
OUTSIDE OF THE FOOT

DIFFERENT
METHODS
OF
CONTROL

SOLE OF THE FOOT
INSTEP
THIGH
...
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE

INSIDE OH THE FOOT
OUTSIDE OF THE FOOT

DIFFERENT
METHODS
OF
STRICKING
THE BALL

INSTEP DRIVE
INSIDE...
3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE
There are two general types ok kicks based on the position of
the ball.
GROUND KICKS

HOW THE
STRIKE
...
UNIT 4

SKILLS

TECHNICAL SKILLS
PHYSICAL SKILLS
GOALKEEPER SKILLS

The importance of a skill depends much on the player’s...
4.1 TECHNICAL SKILLS
CONTROL
CROSSING
DRIBBLING
HEADING
MARKING

TECHNICAL
SKILLS

PASSING
SHOOTING
TACKLING
TECHNIQUE
SPE...
4.1 PHYSICAL SKILLS
AERIAL ABILITY/JUMPING
AGILITY
BALANCE
HANDLING
PACE

PHYSICAL
ABILITIES

STAMINA
STRENGTH
THROWING
SH...
4.1 GOALKEEPING SKILLS
AERIAL ABLITY/JUMPING
AGILITY
BALANCE
COMMUNICATION
HANDLING

GOALKEEPING
SKILLS

POSITIONING
REFLE...
UNIT 5

FUTSAL INJURIES
UNIT 5
ANKLE

MUSCLE

FUTSAL INJURIES
KNEE

LIGAMENT
UNIT 5

FUTSAL INJURIES

THIGH

ELBOW

SHIN
UNIT 5

FUTSAL INJURIES

Most common futsal injuries
HAMSTRING STRAIN
When sprinting the hamstring muscle
can be stretched...
UNIT 5

FUTSAL INJURIES

TORN CARTILAGE
Most are injuries to the
Meniscus.
It usually happens when the
weight of a player ...
UNIT 5

FUTSAL INJURIES

CRAMP
A muscle goes into spasm
It is often associated with the fatigue.
First treatment: gentley ...
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAMME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY

RIGHT

DERECHA

LEFT

IZQUIERDA

IN FRONT OF

DELANTE DE

BEHIND

DETRÁS

UP

ARRIBA

DOWN

A...
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY

GOOD
TIRED
DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

BIEN
CANSADO
ENTIENDES?

VERY GOOD

MUY BIEN

STOP

PARA

FOLL...
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY

PUSH

APRIETA

NEXT ONE

LA PROXIMA

ONE TOUCH

UN TOQUE

TWO TOUCHES

DOS TOQUES

SWAP OR SW...
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY

APPEAR IN THE MIDLE

ENTRE LINEAS

COVERING

COBERTURA

COME BACK

REPLIEGUE

FIFTY-FIFTY

BA...
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY

FEINT

REGATE

GOOD FOOT

PIERNA BUENA

BAD FOOT

PIERNA MALA

YELLOW CARD

TARJETA AMARILLA
...
UNIT 7

SPECIFIC VOCABULARY

WALL

PARED

SQUARE

CUADRADO

RINSE

ACLARADO

SPLIT

DIVIDIR

PLAY FIVE

JUGAR DE CINCO

AC...
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  1. 1. TERMINOLOGIA ESPECIFICA INGLESA Técnicos deportivos Nivel II Carles Domingo Gerard Artigas Albert Sabaté Versión 2.0
  2. 2. UNIT 1 FUTSAL BASICS 1.1 BASICS 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FOOTBALL PITCH 1.3 THE MATCH 1.4 SCORING 1.5 FUTSAL INJURIES 1.6 PREVENTION PROGRAME 1.7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY
  3. 3. 1.1 BASICS THE PITCH 10 12 11 9 1-CORNER KICK 2-PENALTY SPOT 3-SECOND PENALTY 4-TOUCHLINE 5-GOAL KICK 6-MIDLINE 7-CENTRE CIRCLE 8-GOAL 9-BENCH 10-TIMEKEEPER 11-SUBSTITUTION ZONE 12-TECHNICAL AREA 13-GOAL LINE 14-GOAL AREA 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  4. 4. 1.1 BASICS PENALTY AREA Penalty spot 3,16 m. 6 m. 3 m. 15,16 m
  5. 5. 1.1 BASICS SUBSTITUTION ZONE AND TECHNICAL AREA 1 m. 1 m. Bench Technical area 0,75 m. 5m. Substitution zone 5m. To midline
  6. 6. 1.1 BASICS THE GOAL CROSSBAR TOP CORNER GOAL POSTS
  7. 7. 1.1 BASICS THE BALL Spherical Made of leather or other approved material Of a circumference of not more than 64 cm and not less than 62 cm.
  8. 8. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH THE REFEREE A TIMEKEEPER
  9. 9. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH THE PLAYERS THE SUBSTITUTE PLAYERS THE COACH
  10. 10. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH THE REFEREES A REFEREE Each match is controlled by two referees, the main referee and the second referee and one timekeeper. A TIMEKEEPER Ensures that the duration of the match complies with the provisions.
  11. 11. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH PLAYERS A match is played by two teams, each consisting of not more than five players, one of whom is the goalkeeper. Up to maxim of seven substitutes be used in any match played in an official competition. The number of substitutions that may during a match is unlimited. A match may not start if either team consists of fewer than three players. The match is ended if one of the teams has fewer than three players on the pitch.
  12. 12. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH SUBSTITUTE PLAYERS The substitute players must wear a bib
  13. 13. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH COACH Is the person responsible for the direction, instruction and training of an individual athelete or a group of athletes
  14. 14. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH PLAYERS EQUIPMENT Safety A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to himself or another player (including any kind of jewellery). SLOPE NECKLACES PIERCING RING BRACELET
  15. 15. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH BASIC EQUIPMENT The basic compulsory equipment of a player comprises the following separate items: Jersey or shirt – if undergarments are worn, the colour of the sleeve must be the same main colour as the sleeve of the jersey or shirt Shorts – if undershorts are worn, they must be of the same main colour as the shorts. The goalkeeper is permitted to wear long trousers
  16. 16. 1.2 PEOPLE ON THE FUTSAL PITCH BASIC EQUIPMENT Stockings – if tape or similar material is applied externally it must be the same colour as that part of the stocking it is applied to Shinguards Footwear – canvas or soft leather training or gymnastic shoes with soles of rubber or a similar material
  17. 17. 1.3 THE MATCH THE MATCH Two teams playing against each other in a 40 minutes game futsal The match lasts two equal periods of 20 minutes, unless otherwise mutually agreed between the referee and the two teams. TIME-OUT The teams are entitled to a one-minute time-out in each period. HALF-TIME INTERVAL Players are entitled to an interval at half-time. The half-time interval must not exceed 15 minutes. FULL-TIME The point of the game when the referee blows the final whistle and the match is over.
  18. 18. 1.3 THE MATCH THE KICK OFF At the start of the match. After a goal has been scored. At the start of the second half of the match. At the start of each period of extra time, where applicable. A goal may not be scored directly from the kick-off.
  19. 19. 1.3 THE MATCH DROPPED BALL If, while the ball is still in play, the referees are required to stop play temporarily for any reason not mentioned elsewhere in the Futsal Laws of the Game, the match is restarted with a dropped ball.
  20. 20. 1.3 THE MATCH BALL OUT / IN OF PLAY The ball is out of play when: It has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air play has been stopped by the referees it hits the ceiling
  21. 21. 1.3 THE MATCH BALL OUT / IN OF PLAY The ball is in play at all other times, including when: It rebounds off a goalpost or crossbar and remains on the pitch. It rebounds off the referees when they are on the pitch.
  22. 22. 1.4 SCORING SCORE BOARD Time Period Guest or visitor team goals Home team goals Five fouls guest Fouls guest Five fouls home Fouls home
  23. 23. 1.4 SCORING GOAL SCORED A goal is scored when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line, between the goalposts and under the crossbar, provided that no infringement of the Futsal Laws of the Game has been committed previously by the team scoring the goal. A goal is disallowed if the goalkeeper of the attacking team throws or hits the ball intentionally with his hand or arm from inside his own penalty area and is the last player to touch or play the ball. The match is restarted with a goal clearance to the opposing team.
  24. 24. 1.4 SCORING WINNING TEAM The team scoring the greater number of goals during a match is the winner. If both teams score an equal number of goals, or if no goals are scored, the match is drawn. When the competition rules require there to be a winning team after a match or home-and-away tie, the following are the only permitted procedures for determining the winning team: Away goals rule Extra time Kicks from the penalty mark
  25. 25. 1.4 SCORING VOCABULARY To concede To allow a goal in, to allow the opposite to score a goal An own goal A goal scored accidentally by a member of the defending team that counts in favour of the attacking team. The lead When a team scores first, it is in the lead, winning the match at the point of scoring. An equaliser The goal that cancels out the opposing team’s lead an leaves the match tied os drawn. It can also used be used as a verb.
  26. 26. 1.4 SCORING VOCABULARY A drawn A match that ends in a tie, has no winner or loser. The teams get one point each for a drawn. It can also be used as a verb. A defeat The team who losts the match, the opposite of win. To knock out To eliminate another team from a competition. A goal difference If team A has scored four goals and the team B one, the difference is three
  27. 27. 1.4 SCORING VOCABULARY A head-to-head A way of deciding which team is ranked higher if two teams are level (or equal) on points. For example, if team A and B both have six points, but the team A beat team B in the head-to-head game, team A will be ranked above team B A play-off An extra match to decide which of two or more teams go through to next round. The away-goal rule In some competitions, a rule that rewards teams for scoring away home over two legs (or matches).
  28. 28. 1.4 SCORING VOCABULARY Extra time Competition rules may provide for two further equal periods, not exceeding five minutes each, to be played. Kicks from the penalty mark Competition rules may provide for kicks from the penalty mark in accordance with procedure stipulated below. -The referee chooses the goal at which the kicks will be taken -The referee flip a coin and the team whose captain wins the flip decides whether to take the first or the second kick -The referee, the second referee, the third referee and the timekeeper keep a record of the kicks being taken -Subject to the conditions explained below, both teams take five kicks -The kicks are taken alternately by the teams -If, before both teams have taken five kicks, one has scored more goals than the other could score even if it were to complete its five kicks, no more kicks are taken
  29. 29. 1.5 TYPES OF SHOT VOCABULARY TO KICK, to hit something, or somebody, with your foot. In futsal, the players kick the ball TO SHOOT, to kick the ball towards the net at one end the picth (the goal) in a attempt to score goal A GOAL-KICK, a kick taken from the 6-yard line by the defending team after the ball has been put over the goal line by the attacking team. A FREE-KICK, the kick awarded to a team by the referee after the foul has been committed against it.
  30. 30. 1.5 TYPES OF SHOT VOCABULARY A PENALTY, a free shot at goal from 12 yards (11 metres or the penalty spot) awarded by the referee to a team after a foul has been committed in the penalty area A CORNER, a kick from the corner flag awarded to the attacking team when the ball has crossed the goal-line ( or byline) after last being touched by a player of the defending team. A THROW-IN, a throw is a taken from the sideline or touch line after the balls has gone out of play. A PASS, a kick of the ball from one player to another. It can also be used as a verb, exemple the defender passed the ball to the wings.
  31. 31. 1.5 TYPES OF SHOT VOCABULARY A CROSS, a pass from the side of the pitch into the penalty area in a attempt to find an attacker and score goal. It can also be used as a verb, exemple, the defender crossed the ball into the penalty area. A ONE-TWO, a passing move in which player 1 passes the futsal to player 2 who immediately passes it back to player 1 A HEADER, the “shot” that occurs when a player touches and guides the ball with his or her head. A BACKHEEL, a kick where the ball is hit with the heel ( or the back) of the foot.
  32. 32. 1.5 TYPES OF SHOT VOCABULARY TO VOLLEY, to kick where a moving ball from the air before it hits the ground. A CLEARANCE, a defensive kick that is intended to put the ball out of danger. A PENALTY SHOOT-OUT, in a knock-out competition, a penalty shoot-outtakes place if a match is a draw after full-time or extretime. Five players from a each teamtake a penalty each., and is the score is still level after that, one player for each team takes a penalty in turn, in order to decide who wins the match.
  33. 33. UNIT 2 POSITIONS IN FUTSAL
  34. 34. 2.1 GOALKEEPER GOALKEEPER O GOALIER GOALKEEPER, permitted to handle the ball in his/her team’s penalty area, but also uses skills like punching to prevent the other team from scoring. Identifiable by a uniquely coloured jersey
  35. 35. 2.2 CLOSER CLOSER CLOSER, this player is located in front of the goalkeeper as the base line of three players to attack and is the last player on the defensive field. This player is usually the one that moves the game, and is one of the players, after the goalkeeper, who must organize the team.
  36. 36. 2.2 WINGS WINGS WINGS WINGS, players who are located on the flanks. They go up and down without stopping and always seek the support of their peers.
  37. 37. 2.2 PIVOT PIVOT PIVOT, team player closest to the opponent’s goal, with the functions of receiving offensive and play the ball behind the goal, either to turn and shoot or to pass to his teammates, and defensive, and integrate the first line of defense to rival. This player must be on the move, looking for any hole to give a pass to an unmarked player
  38. 38. UNIT 3 THE GAME
  39. 39. 3.1 DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS SYSTEM: 1-2-1
  40. 40. 3.1 DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS SYSTEM: 2-2
  41. 41. 3.1 OFFENSIVE SYSTEMS SYSTEM: 1-2-1
  42. 42. 3.1 OFFENSIVE SYSTEMS SYSTEM: 4-0
  43. 43. 3.2 STYLES OF PLAY COUNTER-ATTACKING FUTSAL, when the opponent gives away possession in midfield or attack, defensive players will tend to be further up the field than usual and not be able to adjust to a defensive position quickly. POSSESSION FUTSAL, teams that retain control of the ball over longer periods of time, in the process of making a large percentage of passes that give low risk of losing the ball. DIRECT FUTSAL, players spend little time with the ball before passing.
  44. 44. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE BALL CONTROL INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUE ABILITY/AGILITY KICKS DRIBBLING HEADERS
  45. 45. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE PASSING COLECTIVE TECHNIQUE DUMMYING FEINT (FAKE) TAKEOVER COMBINATION PLAY
  46. 46. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE CLEARANCE DEFENSIVE TECHNIQUE BLOCK TACKLE SLINDING TACKLE INTERCEPTING
  47. 47. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE GOALKEEPER TECHNIQUE INDIVIDUAL SAVES/BLOCKING CLEARANCE EXTENSION DEFLECTION COLECTIVE SAVES/BLOCKING SAVES/BLOCKING
  48. 48. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE INSIDE OH THE FOOT OUTSIDE OF THE FOOT DIFFERENT METHODS OF CONTROL SOLE OF THE FOOT INSTEP THIGH CHEST HEAD
  49. 49. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE INSIDE OH THE FOOT OUTSIDE OF THE FOOT DIFFERENT METHODS OF STRICKING THE BALL INSTEP DRIVE INSIDE CURVE OUTSIDE CURVE CHIP VOLLEY
  50. 50. 3.3 FUTSAL TECHNIQUE There are two general types ok kicks based on the position of the ball. GROUND KICKS HOW THE STRIKE THE BALL VOLLEYS
  51. 51. UNIT 4 SKILLS TECHNICAL SKILLS PHYSICAL SKILLS GOALKEEPER SKILLS The importance of a skill depends much on the player’s position on the field
  52. 52. 4.1 TECHNICAL SKILLS CONTROL CROSSING DRIBBLING HEADING MARKING TECHNICAL SKILLS PASSING SHOOTING TACKLING TECHNIQUE SPEED/AGILITY
  53. 53. 4.1 PHYSICAL SKILLS AERIAL ABILITY/JUMPING AGILITY BALANCE HANDLING PACE PHYSICAL ABILITIES STAMINA STRENGTH THROWING SHOT POWER
  54. 54. 4.1 GOALKEEPING SKILLS AERIAL ABLITY/JUMPING AGILITY BALANCE COMMUNICATION HANDLING GOALKEEPING SKILLS POSITIONING REFLEXES RUSHING OUT THROWING SHOT POWER
  55. 55. UNIT 5 FUTSAL INJURIES
  56. 56. UNIT 5 ANKLE MUSCLE FUTSAL INJURIES KNEE LIGAMENT
  57. 57. UNIT 5 FUTSAL INJURIES THIGH ELBOW SHIN
  58. 58. UNIT 5 FUTSAL INJURIES Most common futsal injuries HAMSTRING STRAIN When sprinting the hamstring muscle can be stretched beyond its limit and the muscle tissue can be torn (Tear in a muscle = strain) ANKLE SPRAIN Caused by twisting or turning the ankle inwards or outwards. Causes soft tissues damage mainly to the ligaments.
  59. 59. UNIT 5 FUTSAL INJURIES TORN CARTILAGE Most are injuries to the Meniscus. It usually happens when the weight of a player is mainly on one leg an he is turning or twisting and the knee is semibent. LIGAMENT DAMAGE It usually occurs throught twisting an ankle or knee when you stretch to reach the ball, for example. It results in immediate pain and bad swelling.
  60. 60. UNIT 5 FUTSAL INJURIES CRAMP A muscle goes into spasm It is often associated with the fatigue. First treatment: gentley massaging and stretching the affected muscle
  61. 61. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAMME
  62. 62. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  63. 63. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  64. 64. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  65. 65. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  66. 66. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  67. 67. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  68. 68. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  69. 69. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  70. 70. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  71. 71. UNIT 8 THE PREVENTION PROGRAME
  72. 72. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY
  73. 73. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY RIGHT DERECHA LEFT IZQUIERDA IN FRONT OF DELANTE DE BEHIND DETRÁS UP ARRIBA DOWN ABAJO NEAR CERCA FAR LEJOS YES SI NO NO
  74. 74. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY GOOD TIRED DO YOU UNDERSTAND? BIEN CANSADO ENTIENDES? VERY GOOD MUY BIEN STOP PARA FOLLOW SIGUE HELP AYUDA WAIT ESPERA EASY FACIL HARD DIFICIL
  75. 75. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY PUSH APRIETA NEXT ONE LA PROXIMA ONE TOUCH UN TOQUE TWO TOUCHES DOS TOQUES SWAP OR SWITCH CAMBIO DE MARCA SUBSTITUTION OR SUB SUBSTITUCIÓN FAKE OR DUMMY FINTA SET PISA STRONG OR HARD FUERTE FORBIDDEN PROHIBIDO FREE LIBRE
  76. 76. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY APPEAR IN THE MIDLE ENTRE LINEAS COVERING COBERTURA COME BACK REPLIEGUE FIFTY-FIFTY BALON DIVIDIDO PARALLEL PASS PASE PARALELO DIAGONAL DIAGONAL CLOSE THE MIDLE CIERRA EL CENTRO CLOSE THE SIDE CIERRA LA BANDA TIME TIEMPO CLEAR LINE OF PASS CIERRA LINIA DE PASE INTENSE MARKING MARCA DURO
  77. 77. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY FEINT REGATE GOOD FOOT PIERNA BUENA BAD FOOT PIERNA MALA YELLOW CARD TARJETA AMARILLA RED CARD TARJETA ROJA ACCUMULATION FAULTS FALTAS ACUMULATIVAS INFRINGEMENTS INFRACCIONES SANCTION SANCIÓN TIMING TIEMPO DIRECT FREE KICK TIRO LIBRE DIRECTO RHOMBUS ROMBO
  78. 78. UNIT 7 SPECIFIC VOCABULARY WALL PARED SQUARE CUADRADO RINSE ACLARADO SPLIT DIVIDIR PLAY FIVE JUGAR DE CINCO ACCUMULATES ACUMULACIÓN BACK POST SEGUNDO PALO BREAK ROMPER BLOCKADE BLOQUEO PICK AND ROLL BLOQUEO Y CONTINUACION
  79. 79. "No player is as good as all of us." Alfredo Di Stéfano "Some people think football is a matter of life and death, I do not like that position, is much more than that" Bill Shankly "In sports, predict what might happens is almost as important as what actually happens" Bob Costas
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