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  • 1. FootballFootball Juan Manuel Armario 2º AD
  • 2. • What is Football • History • Gameplay and Laws • Ball in and out of play • Duration and tie-breaking methods • International Competitions • Summary • Some questions INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION
  • 3. WHAT IS FOOTBALLWHAT IS FOOTBALL • Commonly known as football or soccer • Two teams of eleven players • Espherical Ball • It is played on a rectangular field • It is the most popular sport in the world • The objetc of the game is to score by driving the ball into the opposing goal
  • 4. HISTORYHISTORY • The Football Asociation was created in 1863 • However the history of football in England date back to at least the Middle Ages • The english football at the beggining was characterized by a little organization and extreme violence • Today football is played at a professional level all over the world
  • 5. GAMEPLAY AND LAWSGAMEPLAY AND LAWS • The Laws of the Game specify the number of specialised roles, these include three main categories: – Strikers – Defenders – Midfielders
  • 6. GAMEPLAY AND LAWSGAMEPLAY AND LAWS • Football is played with a set of rules: Laws of the Game • The team that have scored more goals at the end of the game is the winner • The primary law is that players other than goalkeepers may not deriberately handle the ball with their hands or arms during the play
  • 7. • The ball cannot be received in an offiside possition • Opposing players may try to regain the control of the ball • Physical contact between opponents is restricted • There are seventeen laws in the official Laws of the Game • The Laws of the Game are published by FIFA GAMEPLAY AND LAWSGAMEPLAY AND LAWS
  • 8. BALL IN AND OUT OF PLAYBALL IN AND OUT OF PLAY • Kick-off • Throw In • Goal Kick • Corner Kick • Indirect Free Kick • Direct Free Kick • Penalty Kick
  • 9. DURATION AND TIE-BREAKINGDURATION AND TIE-BREAKING METHODSMETHODS • Two periods of 45 minutes each and sometimes extratimes • If both teams have scored an equal number of goals then the game is a draw, it can finish in: – Draw – Overtime – Penalties
  • 10. INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONSINTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS • The Major International Competition in Football is the World CupWorld Cup – This competition take place over a four years periods – In this competition plays all the Nationalities teams in the world
  • 11. INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONSINTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS • After the World Cup, the most important international football are the ContinentalContinental ChampionshipsChampionships – Are organised by each continental confederation and contested between national teams – In this competition plays the winners of the UEFA, CONMEBOL, CAF, AFC, CONCACAF and OFC
  • 12. SUMMARYSUMMARY • Two teams of eleven players, Espherical Ball, It is played on a rectangular field • the history of football in England date back to at least the Middle Ages • Football is played with a set of rules • The team that have scored more goals at the end of the game is the winner • The Major International Competition in Football is the World CupWorld Cup
  • 13. • What do you need to play football? - A Stone - A Espherical Ball QUESTIONSQUESTIONS
  • 14. • What is the most important competition in football? - The World Cup - The Continental Championship QUESTIONSQUESTIONS
  • 15. THANKS FOR YOURTHANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!ATTENTION!