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Street soccer

Street soccer

access_time April 16, 2013

The street soccer is the favorite pastime for teenagers and the good thing about this game is that people need to be spontaneous while performing it as there is no planned team strategy issued before starting the game and all players bring the best in them on the street they are playing on.

How to Play Golf

How to Play Golf

access_time November 21, 2012

It is not too difficult to learn how to play golf, but the most important thing is that you practice a lot, at least a few times a week, with your own clubs, so that you can get used to them.

Baseball Teams

Baseball Teams

access_time March 4, 2013

Baseball teams are based on an intricate system of training and their homogeneity is best described through the secret messaging and coding they relay between each other in order to fool and misguide their adversaries.

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Flag Football Rules

access_time December 20, 2012
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Football is the world’s favorite sport, being played professionally and on an amateur basis in over 200 countries; this explains why there are several versions and variations of the sport. One of the more popular of these variations is flag football, which is a sort of American or Canadian football. Flag football rules are very similar to those involved in playing regular American football, or “tackle football” as it is sometimes called. The main difference in flag football rules is that the players aren’t supposed to tackle their adversaries, but they have to strip a flag from the ball carrier’s belt to acquire points. In more organized games of flag football, the flag carrier wears a flag belt called “Triple Threat” which has to be removed outright. In other instances, the flag carrier wears what is termed “Sonic Pop” and his adversaries only have to remove the flag.

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Because it isn’t really recognized as a professional sport everywhere and its status changes from country to country, flag football is itself divided into several variations. This means that the flag football rules can also slightly change, so we find instances when the game is played with nine-man teams, eight-man, seven-man, five-man and four-man teams. It can allow kicking, shoving and tackling or not. Field size can also vary, ranging from standard NFL sizes to only a third of that.

Other flag football rules that might differ from place to place are if the lineman is permitted to catch passes or not. The first situation is described by Eligible Linemen, whereas the other, which follows NFL rules, is described through Ineligible Linemen. The rules of flag football separate this sport into two more categories, “contact” and “non-contact”, the first describing a game where blocking is permitted; even when it is, flag football is never as aggressive as American football, being limited to only touching the chest of another player.

Non-Contact flag football prohibits its players to block their adversaries, and in some instances the linemen positions are altogether eliminated. Here, defensive players can try to remove the flag without blocking the runner, and offensive players are not allowed to try and block them when they go for the flag. In Contact flag football linemen are always present and they are allowed to block others but only in the chest area and never below waist. Here, defensive players can get in direct contact with offensive players while trying to take the flag. All in all, flag football is a popular and loved sport, and besides its great amateur following it is also professionally organized in national and even international contests.

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