SOCCER (HISTORY OF RULES AND PLAY)

SOCCER (HISTORY OF RULES AND PLAY)
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  • Soccer (History of Rules and Play) By: Peyton Strunk, Member of Team ORANGE
  • The Laws of Soccer have been changed
  • The Laws of Soccer have been changed. Professional fouls now get players sent off from the field. After 1990, the offside law gave the advantage to the attacking team.
  • Many new rules have been introduced
  • Many new rules have been introduced to soccer. If an object interfered with the ball going into the goal but doesn't effect the defenders then it can be considered a goal. Another rule added is the rule where in the event which a goal is scored, if an attacker is in the goal then it is an offsides penalty.
  • Soccer has a huge history. The Laws of Soccer have been changed, new rules were added, small changes in gameplay were introduced, and the roles of referees were much larger than before.
  • Small changes in the gameplay of soccer
  • www.fifa.com/about-fifa/who-we-are/the-laws/index.html
  • Big changes in referees roles
  • There were big changes to refs after 1891. Refs were able to send players off of the field the field as a result of a penalty. They could also deal out the penalties and choose whether or not a team gets a goal kick.
  • https://www.sbnation.com/soccer/2016/4/14/11429756/the-rules-of -soccer-are-changing-you-cant-score-an-own-goal-from-a (NO SPACES!!!) Couldn't fit link on one line
  • Conclusion
  • http://the18.com/soccer-entertainment/lists/timelin e-soccer-rule-changes-evolution-laws (NO SPACES!!!) Couldn't fit the link on one line!!!
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  • There were many small changes in soccer's gameplay. In 1891, penalties were added to soccer. Goal kicks were added in 1869.
  • www.fifa.com/about-fifa/who-we-are/the-laws/index.html
  • Within the sport's lifetime, soccer has had many game changes over the years. This involves changes of the Laws of Soccer, rule changes, gameplay changes, and roles of referees. All these changes are what make soccer the most popular sport in the world.
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