During active play it is possible that no one has possession. In that case, the first player to get to the ball now has possession.
It all depends on how you touch them, if the goalie has possession, and if the goalie is dribbling the soccer ball.
Possession is calculated from the time you touch the ball until it is touched by any other player on the field.
At most, 45 minutes.
If the goalkeeper does not have possession, then yes. Be careful how you define "possession" before attempting it. Having a hand firmly on top of the ball while it is on the ground is possession, for example.
Abs are built from soccer, and what you build from soccer is what you do from soccer, and what you do from soccer you need to practice and train for so technically yes and no, reread the beginning if you do not understand.
That would be the team currently in possession of the ball
Before, if the soccer ball went out of bounds, the first person to get to the ball obtained possession. This is why the sidelines are called the touchlines.
soccer is challenging at the beginning but it get easy if you try hard and play hard
Soccer divisions ar different leagues based in one country that are determined by how good the team is
No Pele didn't invented soccer. China invented soccer in 1258. Though Pele invented some rules in soccer. Like, man of the match, possession and things like that. Thing Pele didn't invented soccer. It was CHina
It is not pro soccer it is FA which =Football Association.It is halfs not quarters and it is 45 minutes a half.
The soccer equivalent to Basketball Guards would be a Forward or a Striker.
No, there is a kickoff.
A Pass is undertaken when a player having possession the soccer ball (football) moves the ball to another team player in effect Passing the Ball
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