Soccer in Chile
Soccer in Chile
Soccer was originated in China but records show there are traces of ancient Greeks in 1000 AD that have a game very similar to the game of Soccer and how it is played today.
Rules of Soccer:
When you are on the field you can not touch the ball with your hands or upper arms. But, anywhere else is fine. Also players can't push, tackle, hit, and or knock down other opponents. Coaches can have 11 players including the goalie on the field. The main goal of the game is to fight for possession of the ball and kick it into the other teams net, this is to score a goal.
Length of the Game:
Each quarter is usually 15-30 minutes long. Depending on the league and where you are playing, in Chile they play for 15 minutes in youth leagues and 30 in professional teams.
The main goal of the game is to fight for possession of the ball and kick it into the other teams net, this is to score a goal. Usually teams swap back and forth often between possession by stealing the ball.
The field dimensions are 90-120 meters long and 45-90 meters wide.
The strategies of soccer really depends on the player, like if there shorter then they might have to have other team mates there to help, or if there taller they may have to pass a lot.
The penalties of soccer in Chile is if you hit another player on purpose. Like when you steel the ball and you elbow a person in the face on purpose, depending on where you are they may have a foul kick into the goal or you may get a yellow card, but if you hit someone purposely you will get a red card and have to sit out for the rest of the game.
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