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Keep the opponent's offense from getting first downs and eventually scoring.
when the other team has the ball you are on "defense" , meaning you are trying to stop the other team from scoring.
Goalie is the abbreviated word for goalkeeper. The goalkeeper is the player in any team sport, requiring the scoring of goals, who is allowed to handle the ball or puck when trying to stop the scoring of goals.
Offense is when a your team is trying to score on the other team, while defense is when you are guarding your basket trying to prevent the other team from scoring.
They try to stop the other team scoring, they defend the goalkeeper and the goal.
Same as a missed extra-point kick. No points are awarded, and the scoring team kicks off to the opponent.
well yea you have to figjht for it
A block is used to allow your team to score. A tackle is used to stop someone from scoring.
Offence is when your team has the ball, and trying to score. When your on defense the other team has the ball, it's your teams' job to prevent the other team from scoring.
To put the ball through the net more than your opponent's team in 48 minutes, thus scoring more points and winning the game.
If you are trying to get more goals you should have 3 defenders 4 midfielders and 3 forwards, a 3-4-3. If you are trying to stop your opponent from scoring you should have 4 defenders, 4 midfielders, and 2 forwards, 4-4-2. My team is one of the best teams in the "A League", a division in Southeast Wisconsin's best league, MYRSL, and we use a 4-4-2. I would recommend the 4-4-2 for a youth team.