whatever the status of the clock is at the time of the infraction, is when the clock will start on the next play. example if the previous play was an out of bounds play then the clock would start on the snap. if the previous play was in bounds, then the clock will start when the referee blows the 25 second clock in
When the referee determines that play has restarted.
It doesn't. However, the referee can add time at the end of each half, at his discretion, to account for lost playing time due to such things as player injury etc.
It's up to the referee, but it should as the game is interrupted.
Yes you do.
Baseball. There is no clock. It can essentially last forever.
The usual number of girls that play on the field during a U9 soccer game is 6 players.
No, rugby was invented during a game of soccer or as i say it football.
Just think positively.
11 people on each team.
In means he really wants to bum you.
For a soccer game you definitely need the following...Shin GuardsCleatsSoccer Ball (not mandatory but most coaches prefer it if you bring one)Team JerseyMost city leagues and school leagues require all students/players to wear shin guards not only during a game but during practice. Most people wear soccer socks over the shin guards
There are no timeouts in soccer because there are not very many times when stopping the game for it would be completely fair to the other team. For example, it would be unfair for a defense to call timeout while the attackers are on a 1v1 breakaway. Soccer is a fast-paced game with a continuous clock. That said, there are usually many opportunities for players to rest and hydrate during injuries, substitutions, etc. In summary, it is likely that introducing timeouts into soccer would promote unfairness and disrupt the flow of the game.
Of course you can.