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  1. 1. Football Soccer { By: Hector Espinoza
  2. 2. What is the football soccer?  Is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball and some officials dealing with the rules are properly followed.  It is considered the most popular sport in the world, practiced by some 270 million people.
  3. 3. Where was the football soccer invented?  It was invented in the universities of England in the nineteenth century.  The first attempt to unify all football codes in one was in 1848, when at the University of Cambridge, Henry de Winton and John Charles Thring made an appeal to members of other schools to regulate a new code, the Cambridge Code.
  4. 4. Which are the positions of football soccer  Goalkeeper: Is the player whose main objective is to prevent the ball from entering his goal during the game.  Defense: Its function is stop the opposing team attacks  Midfielder: Its functions are to recover the balls and encourage the creation of plays.  Front: Is a player of a football team that excels in attack position, and primarily responsible for scoring the goals.
  5. 5. What are the rules of football soccer?  Playing Field: It is played on a natural or artificial turf rectangular shape measures 90 to 120 meters long and 45-90 meters wide.  Duration and Result: The duration of a match shall be two equal periods of 45 minutes, with intermediate rest period which shall not exceed 15 minutes.
  6. 6. What are the rules of football soccer?  Faults and restart of game: Each time a player tries to hit or strike another, push it, retain it to get an advantage, spit it out or touch the ball with their hands , the referee will mark a direct free kick to the team not he committed the offense, to be taken from the place of infringement.

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