A Breakdown of the Sport of Asia Football

Asian football can be a very dangerous sport to participate in, but a whole lot of fun to watch. The rules themselves are relatively easy to learn, but it can be a very complicated and sometimes drawn out game to participate in. The rules of Asia football are simple and follow the same rules as Australian football.
The Rules
The biggest rule to keep in mind when playing this game is to never put your hands on the ball during gameplay. If you do touch it with any part of your hands or arms; you could end up facing a foul. This may not be the case if the touch was completely by accident. For instance, if another player kicks the ball and it then hits an arm.
If a ball was kicked and happened to hit another players hand or arm, it is then the referee’s job to decide whether the contact was accidental or on purpose. The goalie can’t let the ball touch their hand or arms either, if they do, this can result in an indirect kick from where they touched the ball. Everyone may use their body or their feet.
A throw-in occurs when the ball has left the field via one of the sidelines. The proper way to toss a throw-in is to leave both feet on the ground, and use both hands to throw the ball overhead back onto the field.
A corner kick is preformed when the defensive team kicks the ball out of the field via the end of the field. It is preformed from the nearest corner to where the ball had left the field. A goal kick is done for the same reason, but it’s if the offensive team kicked the ball out. It is performed from the goal box and must leave the penalty area before anyone else touches it. If the ball does not leave the penalty area, the kick is retried.
Fouls and Other Things
Fouls occur when one or more players kick, trip, strike one another, push, jump at one another, trip, hold, or spit at anyone else. The referee then can call a foul, and the team that did the wrong gets penalized.
A direct kick happens when there has been a contact foul or a hand ball. During a direct kick, one player kicks the ball directly into the goal. An indirect kick happens any other time, and the kicker cannot score. There must be one kicker to start the indirect kick, and then a second player to make a goal. When the referee calls for an indirect kick, he will hold one arm straight up in the air until a second player touches the ball. If his arm is not up, you know it is a direct kick.
The two-touch rule states that any one player can’t touch the ball twice in a row. For example, you can’t kick a ball just barely then run to kick it again. Nor can you follow a throw in by kicking the ball.
So in short, the game of Asia Soccer is very easy to learn, but only on paper. You would have to train for years, exercise, and eat well to ever get good at Asia football. Regardless, to some people, it’s worth it.

Asian football can be a very dangerous sport to participate in, but a whole lot of fun to watch. The rules themselves are relatively easy to learn, but it can be a very complicated and sometimes drawn out game to participate in. The rules of Asia football are simple and follow the same rules as Australian football.

The Rules

The biggest rule to keep in mind when playing this game is to never put your hands on the ball during gameplay. If you do touch it with any part of your hands or arms; you could end up facing a foul. This may not be the case if the touch was completely by accident. For instance, if another player kicks the ball and it then hits an arm. If a ball was kicked and happened to hit another players hand or arm, it is then the referee’s job to decide whether the contact was accidental or on purpose. The goalie can’t let the ball touch their hand or arms either, if they do, this can result in an indirect kick from where they touched the ball. Everyone may use their body or their feet.A throw-in occurs when the ball has left the field via one of the sidelines. The proper way to toss a throw-in is to leave both feet on the ground, and use both hands to throw the ball overhead back onto the field. A corner kick is preformed when the defensive team kicks the ball out of the field via the end of the field. It is preformed from the nearest corner to where the ball had left the field. A goal kick is done for the same reason, but it’s if the offensive team kicked the ball out. It is performed from the goal box and must leave the penalty area before anyone else touches it. If the ball does not leave the penalty area, the kick is retried.

Fouls and Other Things

Fouls occur when one or more players kick, trip, strike one another, push, jump at one another, trip, hold, or spit at anyone else. The referee then can call a foul, and the team that did the wrong gets penalized. A direct kick happens when there has been a contact foul or a hand ball. During a direct kick, one player kicks the ball directly into the goal. An indirect kick happens any other time, and the kicker cannot score. There must be one kicker to start the indirect kick, and then a second player to make a goal. When the referee calls for an indirect kick, he will hold one arm straight up in the air until a second player touches the ball. If his arm is not up, you know it is a direct kick. The two-touch rule states that any one player can’t touch the ball twice in a row. For example, you can’t kick a ball just barely then run to kick it again. Nor can you follow a throw in by kicking the ball.

So in short, the game of Asia Soccer is very easy to learn, but only on paper. You would have to train for years, exercise, and eat well to ever get good at Asia football. Regardless, to some people, it’s worth it.

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