Soccer is a very popular
sports game. In this game you have two opposing teams trying to
score a goal for their team by hitting the ball into th other
side’s soccer goal. While this can be a fun game both to watch
and play there are a few basic rules of soccer that need to be
followed. These are mainly ways to keep the game from turning
rowdy and very dangerous.
In the first part of game you
will have to have two teams who are willing to play against
each other. The very first basic rules of soccer should come
into play as soon as both of these teams are on the field.
There should be 11 people on the field who are going to play
the game. The rest of the team should be sitting or waiting on
the sidelines only. They must stay there unless they are needed
to go on the field.
In the most basic rules of
soccer besides having fun you should make sure that you control
the ball with the rest of your body. You want to be sure that
your hands and arms come absolutely no where near the soccer
ball or the other team will get a free turn at playing and your
team will have to begin the defensive soccer ball
When you are playing this game
you will need to make sure that you don’t tackle the goal
keeper. Doing a move like this will only earn your team a foul.
This is a penalty which will let your opponents have a free
turn at trying to score a goal. Of all the basic rules of
soccer is that of winning the game by having the most goals
scored. You must try to achieve this by playing fairly,
otherwise your team will lose valuable points.
So besides the basic rules of
soccer what else can you expect? You should try and avoid any
diving tackles as this can cause injury to the person that you
are tackling. You will need to invest in the right soccer
equipment that your soccer team approves of. In addition to
this there is only one main rule that you will need to
remember. From all of the basic rules of soccer this one counts
the most – have fun.
Well now that you know a few
of the basic rules of soccer you can try this game out for
yourself. There are very few rules for you to really remember
but if you want to know some of the other rules that are around
for more formal (big matches) soccer games you can see what the
FIFA web site has about these soccer rules.