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NEEDED: 1 Soccer ball,
2 goals (cones), 1 Flag belt and 2 flags per student.
All soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, shooting,
position skills, goal tending, eye-hand coordination, eye-foot
coordination, catching, throwing, evading and dodging skills.
is played with all basic soccer rules and positions.
The positions being Forwards, Halfbacks, Fullbacks and goalies.
For the younger grades I will limit the positions to Attackers
(forwards), Defenders (fullbacks) and
For the sake of rotation, as well as the lack of soccer goals, each
team will have an equal number of players at each position.
rules, as stated above are the same as basic soccer, but with the
Players are allowed to catch any ball that is hit or kicked into
the air. This can occur from
any kicked, headed or lifted ball during play.
This includes ball that are lifted to oneself.
Goalies and throw-ins are an excellent opportunity to get the ball
in the air to be caught.
Once a player
has caught a ball he may run, pass, lateral, pitch or kick the ball at any
time. However, once the ball hits the ground or the ball carrier
has 1 flag removed, the game returns to basic soccer rules. If the
ball carrier has a flag removed he must drop the ball
immediately and may not touch it again until he has replaced his flag.
Players may now score in any one of 4 ways.
Players may score a standing soccer goal, which is worth 1 point. Players may throw the ball into the goal, which is worth 1
point. Players may run the ball between the goals for a touchdown, which
is worth 3 points, or players may pass to another player past the goal for
a touchdown, which is also worth 3 points.