You would get to know about football through the HOME (บ้านผลบอล) pages of news and sports websites. Likewise, let us know the basic rules of the game in this article.
The main objective of the game is to score higher goals than the opponent. Likewise, both teams will be scoring goals within the time of 90 minutes, divided into two halves. At the end of ninety minutes, the team with the higher goals will win the game. If the two scores are leveled, the game ends in a draw. In crucial matches that will decide the fate of the tournament, the game will continue for an extra time of around thirty minutes to decide the winner. Else, a penalty kick will also decide the winner.
Start of the game
The game starts with a toss. Both team captains will go for it, and the winner will choose the side of the field they wish and the team which is going to start the kickoff. If he decides that his team will start the game, then there will be no one to object to their team’s opening from the center. After a pass, they can come in and tackle. Likewise, there would be kickoffs when a goal is scored, and a half is starting.
As said earlier, when the ball passes the goal line and goes into the area covered by the goalposts and the nets, it will be a goal. It can be from a freekick, penalty kick, or a casual strike. If a player kicks the ball towards the goal and misses it, then the goalkeeper will kick it off to the field once it crosses the goal line.
If a player pulls, holds, or kicks an opponent accidentally, he is committing a foul. It will be misconduct when he intentionally does it. Depending on the seriousness of this action, the referee can punish the offender with a yellow or red card. A player with a red card should leave the field.
A freekick is a reward for a team when a player from the opponent team ends in a foul outside of the D-box. There are two types of freekicks, direct freekick, and indirect freekick. In a direct freekick, the player will be aiming to score a goal directly without passing it on to the next player. An indirect freekick will pass on the ball to the next player after which the opponents can tackle it.
The penalty is given to the opposing team when a player commits a foul or handles the ball within the penalty area of their goal side. In a penalty, a player will keep the ball in the penalty spot and will strike it into the goal without the hindrance of any opponent players except the goalkeeper.
When there is no opposing player to hinder a player standing near his goal post before receiving the ball, it is offside.