Ninh explains, the Rules of Beach Soccer
The object of the game is for your team to score more goals than the opposing team.
Beach Soccer, also known as Beach Football is a variation of Association Football, and
the general rules of the game apply here, but with some significant differences.
This variation is played with two teams of up to 12 players, with 5 players taking to
the sand at any one time. This includes one goalkeeper and four outfield players. The game is played on a sand pitch that measures
a maximum of 37m x 28m. Penalty areas are 9m in front of the goals,
and the goals themselves are a lot smaller too, 5.5 metres wide and 2.2 metres high. To score a goal, you must put the ball into
your opponent’s goal. For it to count, the whole of the ball must
completely cross the goal line. In Beach Soccer, you are allowed to touch
the ball with every part of your body except your arms.
The main ways to move the ball is to kick the ball to a team mate which, is known as
a pass. Or run with the ball whilst controlling it
with your feet, known as dribbling. Teams will usually orchestrate passes and
dribbles so that they can score. The defending team will try and stop you by
tackling. The can intercept passes, block shots or try
and kick the ball away from you and move the ball in the other direction so that they can
score themselves. A defender must be careful here, as if the
referee decides that they made contact with the player without touching the ball, or made
contact without trying to win ball, he can award a foul against them. Fouls, usually
lead to free kicks and sometimes worse. The game is played in three 12 minutes periods,
for a combined playing time of 36 minutes. Unlike normal football, the clock stops every
time there is a stoppage of play. Highest score at the end of time, wins.
There are no draws in this game, so a three minute overtime period will be played to determine
the winner. If scores are still tied after those three minutes, it goes to a penalty
shootout. Beach soccer is a really simple to understand,
but there’s a few other things you’ll need to know before playing or watching a
game. For example. Fouls.
As mentioned earlier, a referee can award fouls for players who break the rules.
Fouls usually lead to free kicks, but can also lead to a yellow card which is a warning
to the player. This player then has to leave the field for two minutes whilst their team
plays without them. You can also be shown a red card, where you
are ejected from the game completely. The offending team may replace you, but only after
two minutes. Substitution.
There are unlimited substitutions in this game, and they can happen at any time.
All substitutions must be made through the substitution areas on the side-lines.
Hand ball If you happen to touch the ball with an arm,
forearm, elbow or hand, the referee will call ‘hand-ball’ against you, and possession
of the ball is awarded to the other team. The goalkeeper is the only person allowed
to handle the ball so long as he is in his own penalty area.
Penalty Kick If a defender handles the ball in the penalty
area, or brings down an attacker in the penalty area, the referee will award a penalty kick
to the other team. The ball will be placed on the edge of the
penalty area and an attacking player can try and score with one kick, against the goalie.
Direct Free Kick Usually awarded after a team has a foul, a
player is allowed to strike the ball unopposed from the spot of the foul. This in effect
is pretty much a penalty kick, from almost anywhere on the sand.
Throw in & Kick in. If the ball leaves the area of play, the ball
is awarded to the team who did not touch it last.
Unlike normal football, you can elect to throw or kick the ball back into play.
Other differences. Footwear is not allowed. You must play barefoot.
There is no such thing as offside. and goalkeepers only have four seconds to
play the ball. I highly recommend watching my videos on how
to play football / soccer and my video on Futsal, which you can find here on my channel
But if you have found this video at all helpful, please like, share and subscribe.
It takes me ages to make one of these things and good karma is very much appreciated.
Follow me on Twitter also and if you’re on Reddit, you can post this video and discuss
it there, but in the meantime, enjoy Beach Soccer. Ninh Ly – www.ninh.co.uk – @NinhLyUK
What happens when 800 of the world’s most elite footballers and their managers live together under one roof? Players stop being polite and start getting Real. This is The Champions People say I lack focus I say focus on THIS Rules are meant to be broken so is Mo Salah I’m not here to make friends I’m here to make history I’m not here to make friends either but if I did make a friend that’d be nice because I’m a bit lonely at Real At first I thought it was a language barrier thing but now I speak some Spanish and still nobody sits with me on the bus I’ve been with Barca most of my life It’s more than a football club it’s really more like a family Since Don Andres left it’s important that I step up as the emotional leader of this team Sh-sh…don’t cry He’s afraid he’ll have to play a La Liga match in America It’s my job to make sure all the players on the team are happy Like I’ve noticed Messi has been a bit down since the World Cup I think he realizes he’ll never win a World Cup with Argentina So I thought it would be fun to take Messi and the rest of the squad to a pottery class! If he can’t WIN a World Cup he can MAKE one!!! So, I’m making a Latin Grammy for mi amor Shakira She collects them When are you going to give it to her? Whenever, wherever What are you making, Malcom? Oh, I’m making Rakitic Oh wow, the likeness is uncanny You guys, you guys, look see how happy he is Leo hold up your World Cup so I can take a picture of you with it No, Pique, it’s not for me It’s for Cristiano Of course! He’s not sad about Argentina he’s sad because he misses Ronaldo in La Liga! Without the Joker, there’s no Batman Without Frazier, there’s no Ali Without Russian sports, there’s no Anti-Doping Agency These things need each other I’m very excited to give Ronaldo my gift Dear Cristiano we had so many epic Clasicos together but this will always be how I remember you What is Nooooooo!!! Lionel!! You dog! Ahahahahaha!!! Suck my ball.
It’s time to kick off
Nick Jr’s top soccer highlights. May the best team win! First up, it’s the PAW Patrol. The pups are taking on
the Kitty Catastrophe crew. Game on! [whistle blowing] – Rubble!
– On it! Zuma! Goal! [whistle blowing] I’m gonna try Rubble’s rocket kick. Whoa! Oh, no. Bring it on, I’m ready! Is that liver sausage pizza? Come and get it. Oh, no! Sorry, everyone. That’s OK, Rocky.
The PAW Patrol never gives up! To the goal, let’s roll! – Yay!
– Yeah! Yay, woo-woo! Yeah, tie game! Ha-ha! Vamanos!
Dora racing to the goal. [music playing] Don’t worry, Boots.
We’ll get the ball this time. Boo! Hey, they did it again. Uh-oh, the monsters scored two goals. And they just need one goal to win. We have to catch up fast, team. But they keep scaring us.
What do we do, Dora? Remember Boots, we beat
the Samba Trees and the dinosaurs. If we work together,
they can’t scare us. Yeah! First, we gotta find out
which monster has the ball. The ball could be with any number.
Count with us. Start with nine. Nine. Ten. Eleven. Twelve. Thirteen. Fourteen! And if they say “boo”,
we say “we’re not scared!” We’re not scared! [whistle blowing] Come on, we’ve gotta find that ball! Which number monster
has the ball? Number… Number fourteen!
Yeah, that’s Blobby. Boo! Let’s all say, “we’re not scared!” We’re not scared! Go, Boots, go! Goal! Next up, learn about soccer
with Peppa and Papa Pig. – Hello, everyone!
– Hello! We’re playing tennis. Can we play too? But there aren’t enough rackets. Oh… Let’s play something else. Let’s play football. Yes, football! Girls against boys. [laughing] We each need a goalkeeper. – Me, me!
– Me, me! Pedro Pony and Rebecca Rabbit
will be the goalkeepers. We’ll start. [squealing] Goal! Richard Rabbit has scored a goal. The boys are winning. That’s not fair!
We weren’t ready. Hey, that’s cheating. You can’t hold the ball. Yes, I can.
I’m the goalkeeper. Go, Rebecca, go! Goal! Hooray! The goal is not allowed. Yes, it is! – No, it isn’t!!
– Yes, it is! Not a lot of noise. Daddy, the boys are cheating. No, the girls are cheating. It sounds like you need a referee. What’s a referee? It’s someone who makes sure
everyone plays fair. I’ll be the referee! – Me, me, me!
– Stop, stop. I’ll be the referee. The next team to get a goal,
will win the game. Hooray! Where’s the ball? [laughing] Quick, score a goal! Stop them! [laughing] Goal! Richard Rabbit has scored a goal. Hooray! The boys win. Oh… Football is a silly game. Just a moment.
The boys scored in their own goal. That means the girls win. – Really?
– Hooray! Football is a great game! [laughing] Now it’s Sunny and the gang,
sporting the best styles on the field. Sunny, Rox, Junior, Blair.
They’re a team beyond compare! Take that ball, style that hair.
Sunny, Rox, Junior, Blair! [groaning] This is harder than I thought. Just keep trying, Blair.
You’ll get it. Ankle locked… [moaning] I did it! Whoa! Please don’t kick it at me.
Please don’t kick it at me. Please don’t kick it at me.
Please don’t kick it at me. They’re kicking it to me, ah! That was a stylin’ goal. What a kick, perfect aim! Sunny’s squad has won the game! What was your favorite soccer highlight? [cheering]6 Goal! [howling] You can ask your parents to subscribe
to the Nick Jr. YouTube channel for new videos every day. And find more of your
favorite shows on TV on Nickelodeon and the Nick Jr. channel.
[Narrator] On June 11, 2019,
the US women’s soccer team beat Thailand 13 to 0. That’s more goals than
any team has ever scored in a game in the history of the World Cup. It’s also more goals than the US men’s team has scored in every World Cup since 2006 combined. Yeah, the women’s team dominates. In fact, as of 2019, they’re
the No. 1 ranked team in the world. So, why are American
women so good at soccer? Well, it starts with this graph. For at least four decades, women’s soccer has been rapidly gaining
popularity in the US. In 1971, for example, there were only 700 high-school
female soccer players. But by 2014, that number had grown to nearly 376,000. And more young players means: Eileen Narcotta-Welp:
That there is gonna be an increase in competition, which means that’s going to lead to better technical and tactical play that will weed out the best players. [Narrator] That’s Eileen Narcotta-Welp, a soccer scholar at the
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. There are a few reasons, she says, why women’s soccer has
become so popular in the US. And one of them is Title IX, which legislators passed in 1972. It prohibits federally funded
educational institutions from discriminating on the basis of sex. And that applies to high-school and college athletic programs. Narcotta-Welp: They said,
“Listen, you have to add women’s programs, you have to be able to demonstrate that you are at least providing opportunities for women. So you just saw an explosion
of different sports. [Narrator] Especially soccer. In large part, Narcotta-Welp: Because you can carry such a large number of
women on those teams. [Narrator] It was simple math: By starting a women’s soccer team, schools could easily iron
out gender discrepancies in their athletic programs. But it wasn’t just Title IX that pushed women’s soccer
into the American mainstream and onto the world stage. It was also victory.
Two victories, actually. In 1991, the US national women’s team won the World Cup, the first
Women’s World Cup in history. And shortly after, major
brands like Nike and Umbro sponsored some of its players, cementing them as American icons. Then there was the World Cup of 1999, when women’s soccer exploded. The final game against China is widely considered the biggest moment in US women’s sports ever. It went to penalty kicks, and Brandi Chastain scored the last goal, beating China 5 to 4. After that, it seemed like every American girl wanted to play soccer, which only increased the pool of talent. But the team’s success isn’t
just about the popularity of women’s soccer in America. It’s also about the suppression
of the sport abroad. England, for example, essentially banned women’s soccer from 1921 to 1971, Germany did the same from 1955 to 1970, and so did Brazil from 1941 to 1981. These countries and many others claimed that soccer was
simply not a woman’s sport. So for a long time there
were hardly any teams abroad, and that’s true even in more modern times. In 2006, for example,
there were about 3,000,000 registered youth female players worldwide, and more than half of them were in the US. And even today, Narcotta-Welp: Soccer
really is only defined as a female sport in the United States. Everywhere else, it is a male sport. [Narrator] Taken altogether, that’s why the US women’s soccer team is so good, but other countries
might now be catching up. At least if there’s
anything to this graph. It shows what’s called
the Soccer Power Index, which is an estimate of
a team’s skill level. The US is in first, but France, Germany, and a handful of other
countries are now close behind. And that’s largely thanks
to a sharp increase in the number of players in Europe, and to money. From 2012 to 2017, for example,
European soccer associations more than doubled their
spending on women’s teams, from about 50,000,000 euros
to nearly 112,000,000. And with more money, Narcotta-Welp: You might have
access to better trainers, to better fitness instructors, to strength coaches, to maybe even start specializing
particular coaching areas. [Narrator] Now whether that
translates to victories is another question. At least for now, the US is one of the favored teams to win the World Cup in 2019. Take it from the expert: Narcotta-Welp: I wouldn’t put it past them to continue to remain at
the top of women’s soccer for the foreseeable future.
Here comes a regular kick followed by a big commotion. There’s a lot going on in the bottom corner of the screen. It looks like there’s minor contact yet major fucken pain. Yeah, nah he looks like me when I stub my toe on the coffee table. A doctor is called in. He’s like “Don’t fall asleep. Stay with me. Stay with me. Think of your family and friends”. “You’re gonna get through this damn it.” And he does. Either the doctor is Jesus reborn or he was fucken faking it. Look out for the massive choke hold and it’s after effect, Which is a full facial pain. Haha, he checks for blood. Look away now just in case look away. Ah no it’s all good. There’s no blood. Fuck me there’s a sniper in the stands. This dickhead has clearly taken a bullet to the back. And the impact has shattered his ankle, foot, toes, knee, leg. Everything. This fella has a lot of space between him and his opponent. Surely nothing can go wrong. OOHHH, of course it can. He is confused and outraged for not being awarded a free-kick. Here comes KSI representing youtubers everywhere and he’s gone down. I think he’s imitating his role models. But if not, I hope this old injury doesn’t come back to haunt him when fighting Logan Paul. Here comes a headbutt. No! Maybe! Kind of. I don’t think so. And another headbutt. Or is it a kiss on the forehead? I’d say it was a kiss and he feels like his boundaries have been crossed. These two wankers have absolutely, no intention of keeping their eye on the ball. Is that Ronaldo? Isn’t he meant to be good? Awh dear! We’re gonna need another magical Jesus doctor down here again. Or an exorcist. He is fucked. There’s a bit of wrestling and a punch to the face. It could be a knockout. Or perhaps slight dizziness. Let’s double check how hard the punch was. Yeah it was a big one. It fair dinkum had Mike Tyson power behind it. Look out for brain damage, ey. Oh, it’s gonna be another brutal headbutt. I can’t watch it’s too violent. OOHHH Dear!! Both wankers go down like a couple of sacks of shit. Check out my second YouTube channel and twitch channel. Links in the description below!
– Have you ever wondered what would happen if you put a football
field on it’s own island in the middle of the heart
of the Norwegian Sea? I hadn’t either until I heard about it. And I decided I had to go
see what it was all about. My name is Cody Buffinton and I’m an adventure
seeking world traveler, exploring the incredible
country of Norway. But before we can reach
this group of islands where the what might be the
world’s coolest football field, we have to make a quick stop at a place that looks like the set
of an epic fantasy movie. (“We are Legends 5” by Rannar Sillard) Just a quick two kilometer hike. And we cross these super helpful planks covering the soaked ground. Then just shortly after
we come to a clearing where we can see the overlooking viewpoint that we’re looking for. We just made it down to the beach now. And we didn’t realize, you
actually go down to the beach and then up the hill to
get to the viewpoint. There’s actually a lot of
people camping down here as well which is pretty smart. You can just come down
here, camp and chill. And there’s a good amount of people here. It’s almost like it’s own camping site. (“Keep You Near 3” by Niklas Gustavsson) It’s like the vikings just
came and settled here. There’s all these little
tents. (chuckling) Everyone’s settling here. This is amazing. This one’s probably the best one. It’s like a full on teepee
tent, with it’s own campfire. Baaaa (sheep bleats) So now that we’ve made it
pretty much the two kilometers to the beach, I didn’t realize that it’s probably another two
kilometers up to the top. When they tell you it’s two kilometers, it’s I guess just to the beach. Extremely sore and cold up here, but I can tell this view’s
about to be worth it. I think Josh is almost dead. Before this whole hike,
I ate a whole pizza. Josh didn’t. So I’ve got like all
the energy in the world. Josh, not so much. – I actually, to be honest,
I was trying to give up. I thought, I don’t think I can do it. I never once said that to a hike. I never once said I’m
not gonna do the hike. I really felt like I was gonna pass out. Never once done that. I didn’t realize how legit
energized you can get off carbs. – [Cody] Yeah, I know. – Like I had good protein. Yeah, this is fine. – [Cody] But you don’t wanna
eat like salad before a hike. You don’t wanna do that. – Yeah, like I feel dizzy and everything. – [Cody] What is this
world we’ve come up to. I think we’ve gone too high. We’re gonna have to hang
out on this part right here until it clears. It’s kinda been the problem
the past couple days here is it gets, the clouds
and fog get really low. So a lot of the mountains are covered and you can’t see the views from up top. The sun is covered by this haze right now. So it’s like a giant, just
a giant orb in the sky. It’s pretty interesting,
like if there was smoke like sometimes in forest fires, they have this really weird haze. That’s what it looks like right now. The sun is covered. It is freezing and I’m
still looking for puffins. I haven’t seen any puffins yet. I’m still trying, still trying
to find one here on my hike. (“The Lost Cities”) – Oh yes. Dude without this, I swear, without this I don’t even know if I
can make it to the rest. Even if we could actually get up there. Really. – Just a couple Skyrs worth of boys. How do you feel, better? – Getting there. – It’s like, it’s like
those snickers commercials. (laughs) You’re not you when you’re hungry, Josh. Have a Skyr. We decided to hike down due to the low visibility from up top and head up further north
to the football field. In this small fishing village the population is a little under 500 and has recently gained many new tourists due to it’s beautiful layout and it’s popularity on social media. We have made it to the
soccer/football field depending on what country you’re in. And it is beautiful. It is kinda like a moody day. It’s overcast here, but it
makes it look so much better. Look at the clouds on that
mountain in the background. That is amazing. These little wooden stalls right here, I believe if they’re like the other ones all around Lofoten, they
are used to dry cod heads. Cods are a popular fish
here that everyone catches, and they actually cut off
the head and the body, and they just dry the heads. And what they do is they
actually, once it’s dry, they crush it up into protein. And they send it out to Africa. So they keep the bodies here,
and they send the protein– it’s like a protein cod
head basically powder that goes out to Africa. Josh and I are being
challenged by this guy who is from Afghanistan but
living here in Norway now. He looks like a good soccer player. And he’s challenging us. Josh is right now trying to be the goalie. I’m gonna try next, see how I do. (Josh yells) (Cody laughs) – [Josh] Whoa, karate chop. Sorry. Here we go. – Aye. – Goal. (“Carnaval Para a Bala”
by Niklas Ahlstrom) – [Cody] With increasing popularity and it’s scenic backdrop, the European Soccer
Organization and Pepsi Max have filmed campaigns here as well. (“Carnaval Para A Bala”
by Niklas Ahlstrom) It’s a small field with
no stadium seating, but for the 500 residents,
it’s a perfect size. Now does this place flood when the big waves come in the winter? Well due to the surrounding
rocks and islands, most of the harsh waves
are actually stopped before they even get to this field. So if you’re in Lofoten, you have to see what could be the world’s
most amazing football field. Thank you guys for watching. If you’re interested in or
planning on going to Norway, I have a free travel guide video preview to get you started in the right direction and ease you’re planning headaches, so that you can start
enjoying these views as well. The link to the video to help
you plan your epic Norway trip is in the description as always. And until next time, explore the world. (“Carnaval Para A Bala”
by Niklas Ahlstrom)
The History of Football in 90 seconds… that’s
soccer for us Americans! The ancient greeks played a game called Episkyros, which the
Romans would steal (much like they did everything) and call Harpustum. When they invade Britain,
the Romans bring their game with them. In its Earliest form, football was mob-like and
much more violent. Players also used an inflated pig’s bladder and in at least one recorded
case, a human head. In 1308, Irish records tell of a spectator at a football game, being
charged with accidentally stabbing a player. Things get so bad that in 1363, King Edward
III bans cock fighting from the entire country. The pigs and the chickens rejoice, but people
keep playing in secret. 1613, King James officially unbans football, urging everyone to play Sunday
after church. In the 1800’s, English schools start establishing official rules, but not
every school agrees. Rugby School wants a more violent game, where you can pick up the
ball. This evolves into a completely game, which you can guess the name of. However most
children can’t play football, spending six days a week working in factories and inspiring
Charles Dickens novels. This changes with the factory act of 1850. Now children can
only have to work from 6am to 6pm. Big difference! The English start to grow their Empire, bringing
football (and some persecution) around the world! Football becomes so popular that in
1900, it is added to the Olympics. In 1904, France, The Federation International De Football is founded. 1930, FIFA holds its first World Cup in Uruguay, bringing all the nations (on its good side) together in competition. The World Cup has been played every four years ever since!
south korea’s national football team
will soon be on their way to North Korea for a World Cup qualifier the Korea
Football Association says the table warriors and their coach Paulo bento
will fly to Beijing on Sunday afternoon and then to Pyongyang on Monday the
match between the two Koreas will take place Tuesday afternoon the highly
anticipated game however is unlikely to be broadcast live since the North has
not responded to suggestions from the South about ways to do that
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