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Indoor soccer

access_time March 8, 2013
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Among other sports, the indoor soccer seems to be appreciated all over the world, even though there are some slight differences between the ways different nations choose to play this sport. This favorite sport is currently been played on almost all continents and it seems to be more popular in Europe and in the United States of America, Mexico and Canada.

You should know that differences are even between the indoor and outdoor soccer. And while in the outdoor soccer the playing field is much larger than the indoor field allowing more players on the field and more precise rules and regulations, in the indoor variation of soccer the number of players usually refers to six players for each team and the rules can skip a part of the standard rules belonging to the outdoor soccer. We can mention here that the soccer games that are held indoors usually are being played without the off-side rule that is a basic rule in the outdoor soccer.

This type of football is played by people belonging to different social categories and ages but it seems to be the most preferred type of football by kids and teens. We can not say though that amateurs are not fond of this type of football, especially as it requires fewer players on the field and less rules to follow. In fact, this is all about in the indoor soccer keeping the rules simple and easy to follow and making a football game enjoyable between teams made of six players each.

Playing a football game that involves the standard eleven players per team on the field could mean more organized teams and more fighting techniques and strategies along with more rules to respect, while a six-player team sticks to more collaboration between a goalkeeper and the rest of the team that is divided into attackers and strikers. In fact, the players aside the goalkeeper can have different roles on the field and they can switch roles between them in order to score in the opponent goal gate.

Usually the playing field of this type of football refers to a rectangular arena with walls and a harder surface comparing it to the one of the outdoor soccer field. The penalties which are given by a referee usually are been signalized by using a yellow and red card and in some cases an additional card carrying a blue color can be used before showing a yellow card. What you should know more about the indoor soccer is that is has some similar features to basketball in scoring some multi-points from some more distant places to the gate.

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