HISTORY OF SOCCER
Football is a sport that uses ball that is generally made of leather and is played by two teams, each consisting of 11 (eleven) core players and some spare players. Entering the 21st century, this sport has been played by over 250 million people in 200 countries, making it the most popular sport in the world. Football aims to score as much as possible by using the ball into the opponent's goal. Football is played in a rectangular open field, on grass or synthetic grass.
In general, only the goalkeeper is entitled to touch the ball with his hands or arms in his goal area, while 10 (ten) other players are allowed to use his whole body other than the hand, usually with legs to kick, chest to control, and head to head the ball. The team that scores the most goals at the end of the game is the winner. If until the end of time still ends in a draw, it can be drawn, extra time and penalties, depending on the format of the championship. From an official match, 3 points are awarded to the winning team, 0 points for the losing team and one point each for the two teams playing out a draw. Nevertheless, the winner of a football game can be canceled at any time over the scandals and criminal acts that are proven in the future. A soccer match can be won automatically by a team with 3-0 if the opposing team deliberately withdraws from the game (Walk Out).
The match rules are generally renewed annually by the parent organization of international football (FIFA), which also hosts the World Cup every four years.
The History Of Football
The history of soccer (the kicking of the ball) starts from the 2nd and 3rd centuries before Christ in China. At the time of the Han Dynasty, people dribble the skin by kicking it into a small net. Similar games are also played in Japan as Kemari. In Italy, the game kicks in and brings football (kicking soccer) games from the 2nd and 3rd centuries before Christ in China. At the time of the Han Dynasty, people dribble the skin by kicking it into a small net. A similar game is also played in Japan as Kemari. In Italy, the game kicks in and carries the ball well, especially since the 16th century.
Modern football began to flourish in the UK by setting the ground rules and becoming very popular with many circles. In some competitions, the game provoked a lot of violence during the game so King Edward III finally banned the sport from playing in 1365. King James I of Scotland also supported the ban on playing football. In 1815, a major development led to soccer becoming famous in the university and school environments. The birth of modern soccer took place at Freemasons Tavern in 1863 when 11 schools and clubs gathered and formulated the standard rules for the game. At the same time, there is a clear separation between rugby sports and soccer. In 1869, carrying the ball with the hand began to be banned in football. During the 1800s, the sport was brought by British sailors, merchants, and soldiers to various parts of the world. In 1904, the world's top soccer association (FIFA) was formed and in the early 1900s various competitions were played in various countries. Ola is also popular especially since the 16th century.