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    Soccer Soccer Presentation Transcript

    • S O CCER By Tomomi Arikado
    • History of Soccer
      • We are uncertain when football/soccer is invented.
      • The origin of soccer could be found in all over the world.
      • The Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Ancient Greek, Persian, Viking, and many more played a ball game before the “football” was officially established.
      • On October 1863, eleven London clubs and schools held the meeting and set fundamental rules of football/soccer. It was known as the birth of the Football Association .
      • Before then, they could use hands in football/soccer.
      • In this meeting, they specified that tripping, shin kicking, carrying, and any handling of the ball were forbidden.
      • Since this, Football/soccer was clearly separated from rugby football.
      • An international game is watched and loved by close to 3 billion people.
      • 78654 pro soccer leagues exist in the world.
      • Probably, there are more than 10 000 stadiums in over 223 countries and visited by more than 18 000 daily visitors .
    • Equipment…
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    • Positions.
      • Goalkeeper… one Goalkeeper per team. His job is to defend his team’s goal..
      • Fullbacks… 2,3 defenders. Along with the Goalkeeper, their job is to stop the opponents from scoring.
      • Midfielders… 2,3 or 4 players, play between Fullbacks and Forwards. They can be either defensive or offensive .
    • Cont…
      • Forwards… 1,2 or 3 players, play close to opponents’ goal, the primary source of offensive play.
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    • Sources….
      • http://www.all-soccer-info.com/
      • http://www.soccer-fans-info.com/history-of-soccer.html
      • http://www.soccerpositions.net/
      • http://www.worldstadiums.com/
      • Thank you !