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Soccer

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Vanessa Alexander

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By: Vanessa, Kacey, and Sara
Culture of Soccer Soccer











No one knows exactly when and where soccer was created, only that variations of it have been played for three thousand years. The modern-day systematic version of soccer was developed by Britain, and partly by Scotland and England. History of Soccer Soccer has been around for years. It is the most popular sport played world wide. People of all ages and different cultures continue to play this sport we love all around the world. Positions Positions Defenders Midfielders Forwards Basic FORMATION 3-5-2 Goal Keeper Soccer terms (Basic) Pass/ ball
Dribble
Shot

Play on/Play to whistle
To feet
Into space
Through ball
Create space
Step up/Drop
1 touch/2 touch pass
Give "n" go/ 1,2 pass Overlap
Cross
Switch
No turn
Shield
Check in
Pressure
Possess Here is the field! Dress and Adornment cleats shin guards Jersey, shorts, socks NOW YOU ARE READY TO PLAY Rules 11 players on each side
Two 45 mins with 15 mins half
Out of bounds (Throw in)
No hands
High kick
Offside
Corner Kicks
Direct/Indirect kicks
Goal kick
Yellow/Red Cards
Referee FIFA World Cup FIFA world cup- over 30 billion accumulated people watched the 2006 world cup in Germany
A survey in 2001 by FIFA showed more than 240 million people play soccer in over 200 countries.
32 Men's national teams.
Largest, most popular and most watched sport around the world.
Occurs every four years.
Venue changes
Some of the best teams in the world include, Spain, Brazil, Portugal, Germany, and Italy.
There have been 19 World Cups and Brazil has won 5 times.
The World Cup is the world's most widely viewed sporting event; an estimated 715.1 million people watched the final match of the 2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany.
The next three World Cups will be hosted by Brazil in 2014, Russia in 2018, and Qatar in 2022. Soccer is categorized under MACRO. MACRO Focus on large-scale conditions and process. Soccer is a large scale condition because it is apart of a social force called Globalization. Soccer is a function because it helps individuals with their health and life-style skills.

Soccer is also a dysfunction because it is a physical contact sport that can cause injuries and effect your time managing skills.

You have to be very dedicated because soccer takes up a lot of your time and efforts. Functional Perspective To many, soccer is symbolic because it is more than a sport to them. Individuals such as us play the best to our ability every time we perform. We play soccer not because we like it but because we love it and we want to go as far in life while still being able to play soccer.
Thanking the social system people are able to go to school, get an education, and play soccer on a scholarship. Symbolic meaning believe that you should play the game you love All cultures <3 SOCCER!!! SOCCER!!! Culture Shock International players having to adopt to the ways of a new culture.
Communicating verbal and nonverbal can be a barrier on and off the field
Not feeling comfortable
Home sick
Not eating correctly
Culture Reentry Shock Learning about new cultures
Being around new people will create diversity because of different backgrounds, culture, and behaviors. Cultural Diffusion The culture of soccer has been adopted into many different societies from all around the world, since it is played by nearly every part of the world. The players and the game represent all the different countries, and is seen as a religion to most people that enjoy it. Selective Borrowing
and Adaptive Culture Common practices that come from other cultures includes things such as different styles of playing from different countries, and different uniforms. Every culture or location that plays soccer adapts to the norms of the sport, by its main rules, but by playing with each teams own playing style, they can somewhat make it their own.
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