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There are 3 types of additional time added in Association Football, none of which are called "overtime."

Extra time is two, 15-minute periods added to the end of a tied match where a winner must be determined.

Stoppage time is time added onto the end of any half (or extra time period) by the referee to make up for wasted time.

Extended time is time added onto the end of a half (or extra time period) in order to complete the taking of a penalty kick.

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