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Football Rules

December 27th, 2011

In a game of football is a game played by many, but understood by few. At any given game, half of the stadium at the bar will be crowded in the cheers from fellow fans cues, without really knowing what just happened. This will help you who have not studied the game, and act as a refresher course for those who know.

The aim of football is to score as many points as possible. The team that scores the most points in a certain period of time is the winner. That’s the easy part.

Football rules can be confusing. When it’s not called “football”, the game is referred to as “green field”, because that is what is called a field. Gridiron has a grill-like marks and is 120 meters long and 53-1/3 yards wide. The 120 meters is divided into five sections, each 20 feet in length. Classified pages are marked every five feet and number of each goal line to the pitch, also called the fifty-yard mark. Confused yet? Listen to this: a green field consists of the sidelines and end lines, and have been posting the field near each end zone. The end zone is 10 meters wide, is located just before the postal field. Post field is used to mark a field goal, they are 18.5 meters.

That’s just the description field. We have not even started on the rules of football. A football match is played between two teams. NFL teams typically have fifty or more members, but only eleven possible on the playing field at one time. Because this game is so complicated, most of the fifty players will have the opportunity to play in every game. Each team member has a special role, either offense or defense. Players in uniform numbered systematically. Every football team also has a dedicated team.

It is difficult to determine the duration of a football match, because the coaches and players could be called a penalty shootout and a violation that would extend the game time. Games are important, such as the Super Bowl, can take hours to complete. Each call must be made because there is so much riding on the game of this caliber.

Football rules dictate that each team tries to advance in the field and gain as many yards at a time as possible. The closer the team’s progress is the goal line, the harder the opposing team must play to stop the touchdown. When a defensive player to overcome and get the runner advanced to the ground, plays performed, and the ball dead.

The point of football is to get a touchdown or field goal, because that’s what get points. The team with the most points taking all the glory. If it’s a championship game, the winning team will take the title as well. Get as many points as possible and win the game.

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