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Question Number: 3244

League Specific

RE: pro Other

simon of oakville, ontario canada asks...

I would like to know all the rules and regulations in the pro leage of soccer for my class that I will be teaching and to tell my friend in my club. .. P.S Thanks for the helping talk to you later.

Answer provided by Referee burbidge

The best place to start is on the FIFA Web site: www.fifa.com. There on the left hand side you will find the laws of the game. Then click on the 2001 edition. By reading these laws you should get an idea of how the game of soccer is played. Not all of these laws are worth spending too much time on. The main laws fo the game are the offside law (11) and the fouls and misconduct law (12). Good luck!



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