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dibya kanhar

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About Me: Football or Bridge is a team sport played between two teams, each team has 11 players on the field. This game uses a ball and is often played on a rectangular grass field with two goals on either side of the yard.

Online football (Bong da truc tuyen) is the place where you can update the most accurate information about the status of the top football leagues in the world via phone, tablet or computer in front of you.

The goal of the game is to score points by putting the ball into the goal of the opposing team. Except for the goalkeeper, the other players are not intentionally using their hands or arms to play. The winning team is the team that has scored more goals at the end of the match.

Football is played at the professional level in the world. Tens of thousands of people came to the stadium to watch matches with their favorite teams, and millions of others watched over the television if they couldn't get to the stadium. In addition, many people play this sport at an amateur level.

According to a survey published by FIFA in 2001, the world's football management organization, more than 240 million people regularly play football in more than 200 countries. Simple rules and low-cost competition tools make this game thrive. In many countries, football plays an important role in the lives of fans, in the local community or the nation; so it can be said that this is the most popular sport in the world.

You can update the latest news of world football through the Tin tuc bong da channel

The most basic rule of football is that players, except goalkeepers (known as goalkeepers), are allowed to use any part of the body to play the ball except for the arms and hands. Their (however, players have to use their hands to do the throwing).

In a normal game, players can play in any position and can bring the ball in any direction on the field, unless the player falls in the offside position and cannot receive the ball. Based on these basic rules, players often use their feet to perform technical movements such as dribbling, dribbling, passing the ball to teammates, kicking the ball, with the main purpose of finding ways to put the ball into the goal. the opponent and prevent the opponent from putting the ball into the goal.

Players of two teams may collide through ball-and-ball but it is absolutely forbidden to make mistakes in the law such as the ball from the back, pushing people and playing tricks. Control of the match is an arbitration team consisting of a referee and two linesman, the referee using a whistle with two types of cards, yellow cards and red cards, and is responsible for starting, ending or temporarily stop the match.

A football match usually has two halves, each of 45 minutes with a 15-minute break between halves.
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