FIFA & US Soccer. - A goal area is defined at each end of the field as follows: Two lines are drawn at right angles to the goal line, 6 yds (5.5 m) from the inside of each goal post. These lines extend into the field of play for a distance of 6 yds (5.5 m) and are joined by a line drawn parallel with the goal line.
The 3-4-3 formation allows you to press teams back as well as dominate possession. With tons of attacking options, teams can be creative in their approach play with the wide forwards and wide midfielders able to create a number of 2-on-1 situations on the wing.
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Soccer is played on a large grass field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to get the soccer ball into the opposing team's goal. The key to soccer is that, with the exception of the goalie, players cannot touch the ball with their hands or arms, they can only kick, knee, chest, or head the ball to advance it or score a goal.
Soccer is played outdoors on a rectangular field of grass or turf, with a goal located in the middle of both short ends of the field. Indoor soccer is similar, though the court is smaller. There are 11 members on each team, playing either forward, midfield, defense or goalie. Moving the Ball
Fields Overview & Maps. Bay Soccer Club has three site locations for games: Cahoon Park, Walker Road Park, and Bay High School. Coaches, please refer to the Coaches page for additional location field options to hold practices. Field Maps will be posted at the start of the outdoor season.
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The history of football (soccer) Football (or soccer as the game is called in some parts of the world) has a long history. Football in its current form arose in England in the middle of the 19th century. But alternative versions of the game existed much earlier and are a part of the football history.
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Field Hockey, Softball and Lacrosse Fields (pictured above) Made possible from a lead gift from David O. MacKenzie “Mr. LFA” class of 1950 in memory of his wife. $1.6 million project; 158,400 square feet that includes two practice fields and one competition field for soccer, lacrosse, field hockey and softball