Monday, November 9, 2015

Football playing rules | The law of football

American football is a team sport known for mixing complex strategies and intense physical play. The aim of the game is to score points by wearing an oval ball to a goal box named offensive zone after end of the field. The ball can be advanced by carrying it (a race) or by throwing it to a teammate (a pass). The points can be marked in different ways such as by crossing the goal line with the ball, by throwing the ball to another player on the opposite side of the goal line, pinning an opponent with the ball in his own end zone or pulling the foot the ball between the posts of the opposing goal. The winner is the team with the most points at the end of the match.
There are several ways to score points:

The touchdown, also called testing or touchdown, worth 6 points. It takes place when a player in possession of the ball inside the area in-goal by the opposing team. Just as the ball crosses the line of the zone of in-goal for the touchdown to be valid on a racing game or a player receives the ball in the area with one of the two feet into the ground (or . both feet according to the league a touchdown results in an attempt to transform or convert this attempt, played 2 yards (or 3 according to the league) in the in-goal line can be done in two ways.:
By striking a kick on the same model as the field goal. This type of transformation called extra points, 1 point.
By marking the equivalent of a touchdown. This type of transformation called two point conversion [7] 2 points. This type of transformation is much more difficult to score a kick and is therefore generally used only in special cases where the team must quickly score points.
The field goal - field goal - is worth 3 points. A kick to be validated must pass between two vertical bars of the goal. If the kick is unsuccessful, possession of the ball is given to the opposing team from where the kick was hit.
The safety - safety touch - is worth 2 points. A safety occurs in the in-goal area of the team in possession of the ball. It is awarded if the ball carrier is tackled in his own in-goal area or beyond the limits of it or if a fault attack is committed in this area.

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