 Football Game for Kids: About, Rules, Examples - Orchids # Football Game for Kids

There are many types of games in our country. Football game is outdoor games. Students will learn about football game rules, how many players are on a football team, etc.

The ball used in football games is the world’s most popular ball game. To play football requires a big field. There are two goalposts at each end of the area. The game is played between two teams.

Football games are played in rectangular areas. The size of the area must be 90-120 m long and 45-90 m wide. The goal lines lie between 64-74 m and the touchline lies between 100-110 m. ## Football Games Rules:

The clock used is a running clock.

It’s 90 minutes game, two halves of 45 minutes each.

A rest period of 15 minutes.

On each team, there are 11 players and 7 players( extra ) total of 18 players. One is a goalkeeper.

The offence:

11-player squad with possession of the ball. They move down the field by running or passing the ball.

The Defense:

The defence is a squad of 11 players that lines opposite the offensive players.

Each team tries to put the ball in the other team to constitute a goal. The whole ball must cross the goal line to count as a goal.

The team scoring the greater number of goals is the winner. The match is drawn if both achieve no goals or an equal number of goals.

## Question 1:

A Pictograph of a Football Match Is Given Below:

 Players Goals Rahul Amit Moni Rohit Bittu Roni  By Using This Information, Answer the Following Question:

1. Find the Total Number of Goals for Each Player.
2. Who Collects the Most Numbers of Goals?
3. Who Collects the Least Number of Goals?
4. Find the Total Number of Goals in This Match?

1.  Players Numbers Goals Rahul Value of 1 symbol = 2 goals 5 symbol = 5 × 2 = 10 goals Rahul collects ten goals Amit Value of 1 symbol = 2 goals 6 symbol = 6 × 2 = 12 goals Half of 1 symbol = 2 ÷ 2 = 1 goals Amit collects 12 + 1 = 13 goals Moni Value of 1 symbol = 2 goals 3 symbol = 3 × 2 = 6 goals Half of 1 symbol = 2 ÷ 2 = 1 goals Moni collects 6 + 1 = 7 goals Rohit Value of 1 symbol = 2 goals 8 symbol = 8 × 2 = 16 goals Half of 1 symbol = 2 ÷ 2 = 1 goals Rohit collects 16 + 1 = 17 goals Bittu Value of 1 symbol = 2 goals 2 symbol = 2 × 2 = 4 goals Half of 1 symbol = 2 ÷ 2 = 1 goals Bittu collects 4 + 1 = 5 goals Roni Value of 1 symbol = 2 goals 6 symbol = 6 × 2 = 12 goals Half of 1 symbol = 2 ÷ 2 = 1 goals Roni collects 12 + 1 = 13 goals
2. Out of all total goals, 17 is the biggest number.
Rohit collects the highest number of goals.
3. Out of all total goals, 5 is the lowest number.
Bittu collects the least number of goals.
4. Total number of goals
= 10 + 13 + 7 + 17 + 5 + 13
= 65
So, the total number of goals is 65 goals.

## Question 2:

If a Football Match Starts at 11 Am.

1. When will the match End?
2. When Does the 1st Half of the Match End?
3. When Does the 2nd Half of the Match Start?

1. The match starts at 11 am.
The game takes 90 minutes and a rest period of 15 minutes.
The match ended after (90 + 15) minutes
= 105 minutes
= 1 hour 45 minutes
2. The end times
= 11am + 1 hour 45 minutes
= 12:45 pm
The match will end at 12:45 pm.

3. The match starts at 11 am.
The 1st half of the match ended after 45 minutes.
The end times of 1st half
= 11 am + 45 minutes
= 11:45 am
So, 1st of the match ended at 11:45 am.
4. The match starts at 11 am.
The 1st half of the match ended after 45 minutes.
The end times of 1st half
= 11 am + 45 minutes
= 11:45 am
After the end of the 1st half, there is a rest time of 15 minutes.
The 2nd half start at
= 11:45 am + 15 minutes
= 12 pm
So, the 2nd match starts at 12 pm.

## Question 3:

Two Rectangular Shape Food Ball Grounds Is Given Below: 1. Find the Area of the Given Two Grounds?
2. Which Ground Covers the Largest Area?
3. Which Ground Covers the Smallest Area?
4. What Is the Area Difference Between the Two Grounds?

1. For Ground 1
Length = 120 meters
Wide = 70 meters
Area = (120 × 70) square meters
= 8,400 square meters
For Ground 2
Length = 100 meters
Wide = 50 meters
Area = (100 × 50) square meters
= 5,000 square meters
So, the area of Ground 1 is 8,400 square meters, and the area of ground 2 is 5,000 square meters.
2. Since the area of ground 1 is 8400 sq. m.
So, Ground 1 covers the largest area.
3. Since the area of ground 2 is 5000 sq. m.
Ground 2 covers the smallest area.
4. Area difference
= 5. The difference in area between the two grounds is 3400 square meters.

## Question 4:

Sita and Gita Running a Race. Sita Is Running Inside the Football Ground, and Gita Is Running Outside the Football Ground.

The Outside of the Ground Is 110 Meters Long and 60 Meters Wide.

The Inside of the Ground Is 105 Meters Long and 50 Meters Wide. 1. What Is the Inside Boundary Length?
2. What Is the Outside Boundary Length?
3. Who Will Cover the Most Boundary Length in the Race?
4. What Is the Length Difference Between Inside and Outside Boundary Length?

1. For inside boundary length
Length = 105 meters
Wide = 50 meters
Boundary length = (105 + 105 + 50 + 50) meters
= 310 meters
So, the inside boundary length is 310 meters.
2. For outside boundary length
Length = 110 meters
Wide = 60 meters
Boundary length = (110 + 110 + 60 + 60) meters
= 340 meters
So, the outside boundary length is 340 meters.
3. Here the outside boundary length is greater than the inside boundary length.
Also, Gita is running outside the Ground.
Gita covers the most boundary length in the Race.
4. Boundary length difference
= The difference between the inside and outside boundary length is 30 meters.

## Question 5:

Roni and Toni Are Playing on a Football Ground. The Picture of the Ground Is Given Below: Roni tells Toni to find two types of 2D shapes in the Ground.

1. What Will Be Toni’s Answer?
2. How Many 2-D Shapes Are Present in the Ground? 