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sOCCER

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How Has Soccer Changed Over Time? How did soccer get started? Some people say that soccer got started when pirates attacked an English Village. The villagers killed the pirates, cut off one of the heads and started to kick it around.
Others say that soccer got started back then in 2500 B.C. in China where people dribbled leather balls by kicking it in to a small net.
Modern-day soccer was born in England in the 1800s. What has made the ball change? technology They used to be made of leather and
have stitching like a football on the outside. Now they are synthetic. Every year they try to make the balls faster, lighter and stronger. the Jubilani ball Here is what a MBHS soccer coach said about how soccer has changed... "The beauty of soccer is that the game has not changed that much over time especially the rules. The rule regarding the goalkeeper picking the ball up on the pass back from their own teammates changed in the late 80s. It made it so that the keeper could not pick up the ball if passed from their own teammates. It has helped create more goal scoring opportunities." SOCCER
INJURIES Ankle sprains Are the rules different than a long time ago? YES!!! A long time ago they could kick,bite and punch each other!!!! What they needed to do is take the ball from each other and get it to the other side. That sure is weird. How many goals were scored in the Olympics this year by the female soccer teams? 84 SOCCER
by: Beatriz How girls´ and boys´injuries differ. - Girls tend to hurt their knees while boys tend to hurt their ankles.
- Girls tend to injure their supporting leg while boys injure more their dominant leg.
-Girls are more prone to heat illness and concussions.
- Experts blame these differences on
different physiology and styles of play. ACLtear 55% = gymnastics
28% = soccer
18% = softball What do you think is the most popular sport in 3rd grade at Crestline? Some new vocabulary words I found. ACL tear means an injury that happens in your knee.
Synthetic means man made.
Illness means that you are sick
Keeper means the one who stays in the goal to protect it.
Physiology means how your body works.
Prone means that something is likely to happen.
Survey means a sheet of paper that you write questions and people answer them. A long time ago they could kick, punch, and bite each other!!! What they had to do is get the ball from each other and get it to the other side.
Modern-day soccer rules were developed in 1863 when the Football Association (F.I.F.A) was born. The main change was that it was no longer allowed to touch the ball with the hand.
Since then basic soccer rules are the same. I hope you enjoyed my prezi!!!! How many years has soccer been in the Olympic Games? When and where did female soccer start? The first soccer Olympic Game was held in Paris in 1900. Great Britain, France and Belgium were the only teams. Great Britain beat France for the gold medal. In 1932 soccer was excluded from the Los Angeles Games and returned at the 1936 Berlin Games. Women's soccer was added to the Olympic program in 1996. SOCCER CHAMPIONS SPAIN - EUROCUP Champion in 2008 and 2012
- WORLD CUP Champion in 2010 MEXICO Gold Medal in 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES When and where did soccer start is a question that has no precise answer!!! Here are the sources where I found my information. Websites:
kaboose.com
livestrong.com
neuroscience for kids

Books:
Fast Facts Soccer by Tom Palmer
Soccer History by Dana Star Helmer and Thomas S. Owens
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