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Soccer

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  • 1. The History of Soccer
    Evan Bastarache
  • 2. Where it Originated
    Is also known as Football in different parts of the world.
    Originated (in its current form) from England in 1800’s
    The Chinese played “football” games that dated back to 3000’s
    Ancient Greeks and Romans used football games to sharpen warriors for battle.
  • 3. How to Play Soccer
    In the game of soccer, there are many different things one must learn.
    Some of the key concepts of soccer are:
    Kicking
    Passing
    Throw-in
    Goal Keeping
  • 4. Kicking
    Free Kick
    Indirect Free Kick
    Penalty Kick
    Goal Kick
    Corner Kick
    Bicycle or The over Head Kick
    Instep Kick
  • 5. Passing
    Push Pass
    Wall Pass
    Chip Pass
    Backward Pass
    Passing into Space
  • 6. Throw-ins and Goal Keeping
    Never throw or kick the ball back to your teammates unless they are open and ready for the ball.
    Throw the ball low so it is easier for your teammate
    Roll along the ground
  • 7. Where do You Play Soccer?
  • 8. Some Rules of Soccer
    In the game of soccer, there are many rules and regulations. Some of the most important rules are:
    Field of play
    The ball
    Number of players
    The Referee
  • 9. The Soccer Ball
    There are three different sizes of a soccer ball
    In early times, rubber had not yet been discovered, so the alternative to a soccer ball was anything from human skulls, to pig and cow bladders
    Soccer balls are usually black and white so they can be seen on the field
  • 10. What is the World Cup?
    A soccer tournament held every four years between national soccer teams to determine a world champion
    The world cup will be played the summer of 2010 in South Africa.

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