All of the rules of soccer can be found within the Laws of the Game as set down by FIFA, the world governing body of soccer. A link is provided. Law 12 covers fouls and misconduct, and Law 10 covers scoring. Your specific questions can probably be answered there. If not, there's always Wikianswers and some helpful interpretation from someone who has refereed a couple of thousand matches to help you get some perspective. Good luck. See you on the field. Oh, and I'll be the one wearing black and carrying the whistle.
The rule for scoring in the wrong basket is that the other team gets the point
A bad tackle, offsides, penalties, dissing the ref, handball, exesive celebrations, and saying Barcelona is Breyer than Madrid
An umpire is an official in any of various sports including baseball, field hockey and softball. The umpire is the arbiter of the rules, determining when rule infringements have occurred and the penalties for them as well as recognising scoring actions.meow
Soccer ROCKS or Soccer RULES if you were wondering about how to say it
Side out scoring is a term used in volleyball to state that a point can be earned only by the team that is serving. This rule was in place until 1998 when it switched to rally scoring.
well there is not just one rule in football [soccer]. There is alot of rules like no rudnes,no punching and more. But there's are very important rule and that is NO HANDBALL
Number of pins scored on the subsequent ball + ten.
you don't score a hit in hockey
Liverpool because they rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!