The same rules as in every country Soccer rules are defined by an international organization. for those who have never heard about it, this organization is called: FIFA
International soccer rules are the same everywhere.
The International Football Association Board(IFAB) regulates the rules of soccer. They were the first group to organized the rules of soccer as we know it today.
Professional soccer rules are specific to the type of professional soccer being played. For example, clearly indoor soccer is significantly different than outdoor soccer. However, there are worldwide official soccer rules known as the "Laws of the Game." The rules are maintained by the International Football Association Board, and published by FIFA. Most, if not all, professional soccer leagues subscribe to these basic rules.
No. Soccer is an international sport, with standard rules around the world. There are different variations of soccer, like 5-a-side, but they are the same around the world. So the standard rules of soccer apply in Estonia, like in other countries.
There are 17 rules in soccer. They can be found in the FIFA Laws of the Game. www.fifa.com/mm/document/affederation/federation/lotg_en_55753.pdf
The International Football Association Board holds a meeting every year to determine approperate alterations to the rules of soccer (offically known as "The Laws of the Game").
FIFA is the world governing body of soccer, and the English version of the 17 Laws of the Game can be found at their website. A link is provided.
As far as I know, Australian play soccer along the rules of the FIFA (international Federation of Football Association), as do the French; there shoudn't be any difference.
The Laws of the Game are specified by FIFA. An international organization that the USSF is a member of.
The rules of soccer is called the laws of the game
Soccer rules are codified into the 17 "Laws of the Game" (LotG), which are revised annually by the International Football Association Board (IFAB) and published by FIFA. The Laws change sometimes. You can find the most recent version at the FIFA.com website.
In short: the same rules as every other league. All football leagues are bound by the rules of Association Football, these rules are administered and enforced by FIFA at international level and their own football associations internally.
no the rules are all the same
Each team can make only three substitutes in a match.
There are tons of rules in soccer... You can find soccer rules here http://www.soccerrules.org/
International Soccer happened in 1983.
International Soccer was created in 1983.
What would soccer be without rules?
The soccer rules are made by F.I.F.A, they can only change them.
It would become bigger then Soccer and all other sports VERY quickly and I'm not even Australian
what are Flag post Rules of SOccer
There are 17 laws that outline the rules of Association Football (soccer).
International Online Soccer happened in 2002.
International Online Soccer was created in 2002.