No. Only a player with goalkeeping priveleges may use their feet or body to stop the ball, and only within their defensive circle. Players must use their stick otherwise.
No, only the goalkeeper, and even then their gloves prevent them holding the ball.
Lifting the ball off the ground
Using the stick in the usual manner, with the stick and ball on the right hand side of the body.
it really depends. you basicly get a stick and try and get the ball into the oppositions goal.you play field hockey on the feild and there r many rules1- you cant touch the ball with your feet2- you can not obstruct (use your body to block your stick and the ball)3- you can not hack4- you can not double team the ballthese r just the ofur main rules of feild hockeyplease add any i missed
In soccer, it means to legally catch the ball with your body. In Field Hockey, trapping is catching the ball by pinning it between the stick and the ground, after which the player can move with the ball. In US football, it means that a forward pass is ruled incomplete because the player did not cleanly catch the pass, but caught it between his body and the ground.
Five major body parts used in hockey include, arms, legs, brain, eyes and fingers. Hockey players use many parts of their body to be successful.
In field hockey, FIH stands for Federation Internationale de Hockey (International Hockey Federation) and is the ruling body of international hockey.
In this situation the goal SHOULD BE AWARDED. The umpire's body and equipment are part of the field of play, and if the ball strikes them, play continues regardless.
Field hockey was removed from the 1924 Games because there was no single international governing body for the sport. It was replaced to the Olpympics in 1928 when the FIH had been founded.
Legitimately prevent the ball from passing over the goalline beneath the crossbar. this might mean deflecting it with your stick, goalkeeper's pads or body, or trap it and clear it away from the goal.
The International Ice Hockey Federation is the name of the governing body that oversees ice hockey events. It is also known as the IIHF and consists of at least 70 members.
Any part of the body except the hands or arms.