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Law 2 - The Ball
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Law 2 - The Ball 2/26/2007

Jennifer of Washington D.C., Washington United States asks...

what is the number of panels on a regulation size soccer ball?>

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Law 2 - The Ball 9/11/2006

ejb of dallas, texas united states asks...

what is the size of a regulation soccer ball?...

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Law 2 - The Ball 3/12/2006

liam cusworth of peterlee, co durham england asks...

the ball has three main properties the weight, circumference, and its must be sherical. but can you tell me if the ball was under weight and there was not a pump on either touch line. what wold you do would u play with the ball provided or abandon t...

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Law 2 - The Ball 1/19/2006

Ronan Shaughnessy of Galway, Connaught Ireland asks...

What shape does a football have to be?...

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