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Football coloring Boy, do you love football coloring books but you don’t know about pigskin game?
Coloring Soccer Kid, would you think that five facts about soccer will bring you up to speed?
Let us begin…
- Football history
- soccer fundamentals
- Organized football structure
- Player skill levels
- Football season
1.History of football
American football comes from rugby football. The first major football game was won by Rutgers University (score – 6) against Princeton University (score – 4). His war was in 1869, four years after the Civil War.
Coloring soccer boy, the main idea of soccer is still the same. Football fans still yell, “Run that ball!”, “Throw it!”, “Kick it!” and “Score man, score!”
Boy who colours, must get the ball to his opponent’s end zone.
Get yourself an egg-shaped leather ball filled with air to throw, catch, or kick.
Follow the rules and regulations. Don’t run “either way” with the soccer ball, man!
Only two teams can meet. Your team and the other player’s team must have eleven players on the field at the same time. The smaller soccer leagues use less than eleven players.
Teams take turns playing offense (trash talk allowed) and then defense (no crying kids allowed).
The offensive team owns the ball until it scores, or fails to gain 10 yards in four attempts, or turns the ball over to the defensive team.
The defensive team tries to prevent the offense from gaining yards or scoring. The defense also tries to steal the ball.
3. Organized football structure
Do you love taking people down, boy? It’s screaming in a big guy’s face your dream
come true? Is your idea of fun crashing a little man into planet Earth?
Well, Coloring football kid, tackle football is for you…
NO! Boy coloring football, without scratching or spitting! “Gouging out the eyes and kicking?” NO! “Strangled and whipped with pistols?!” NO! Don’t be greedy, boy…
Here is a little detailed information to help understand the structure of organized football:
Teams can change their players as long as there are 11 guys on the field.
Scrimmage is the action once the ball is thrown (quickly given) to the quarterback by his center until the ball is dead.
Line of Scrimmage is an invisible field line where teams face each other. Now take this…
Both teams can have three specialized teams where players have one or more roles.
Here are some roles…
I. The Specialty Offensive Team must score or gain yards to win. The quarterback leader receives the ball from his center, his second brain. The quarterback throws the ball to a receiver, or hands it to a running back, or runs the ball himself (guts!). The Offense Line is five Mack trucks. They protect the jump, block and leave marks on the back of defense players. Running backs have roles in running the ball, catching, blocking and wreaking havoc for the yards. Wide receivers catch zoom balls from the quarterback. These guys have “superhero” speed and they also block too. Tight ends have two roles. They can act as wide receivers or as offensive linemen who protect quarterbacks and block running backs.
II. The Specialized Defense Team must prevent opponents from scoring or gaining yards. The Defense Line has 3-6 “massive giants” that block the sun and create darkness and pain along the line of attack. Linemen (“monster trucks”) go over the runners. They crash test “catch” the quarterback before he passes or hands off the ball. Linebackers cause nightmares. They hide behind defensive linemen and also attack the quarterback or cover receivers. Defensive backs with superhero speed coverage receivers and stop zoom passes plus speedy quarterbacks!
third The Specialized Special Team must add extra points. Got a weird leg and foot, kid? Become a punter or place kicker to get those extra game saver points. Long snappers also need precise skills.
4. Player skill levels
Professional level There are 32 American teams that want to be professional players. American football leagues are in 50 countries! Maybe you can sign up for the German Football League (GFL) or the Japanese X-League. Sports agents and lawyers help you do business with big money. Soccer coloring kid, if you can’t get down to the pro levels, go to the semi-pro leagues. Or become a sports agent or lawyer! Don’t play dumb, boy, study hard in the…
college level Your professional soccer training begins in college. Almost every college and university has a soccer team and stadium. Do you like crowds, boy coloring football? Go to a college game. If you get lost, hold back your tears, boy. Please wait at the security station. After the last 60,000 to 100,000 fans leave, your people may recognize you!
High school level More high school boys play soccer than college boys play soccer. High school leads to college, then professional-level football careers, then well-paying TV commercial careers. The second year of high school is when most players decide on a football career. Some professionals learned to play soccer in…
Junior level and Pee Wee Do gamers ages 5-14 have fans other than mom and dad? “Yes.”
5. Football season
Can organized teams throw pigskins at any time? Nope? That’s right.
- The football season starts in August.
- Soccer drives you crazy until the professional playoffs in January
- High school games are played on Fridays.
- Varsity games are played on Thursdays and Saturdays.
- The pros play on Sunday and Monday. We will do it…
Wrap it up, Coloring Soccer Kid…
- 1-19 for quarterbacks, wide receivers, punters and kickers
- 20 – 49: Most Defensive Runners
- 50 – 59: Most linebacking centers
- 60 – 79: Defensive Linemen and Offensive Linemen
- 80 – 89: Wide receivers and tight ends
- 90 – 99: Defensive linemen plus linebackers
Do you know the numbers of the players?
Now, you know the soccer game, coloring Kid. You learned the basics: the history of soccer, the fundamentals of soccer, the organized structure of soccer, the skill levels of the players, and the soccer season…
So get into a game with other kids coloring football pages.
Play hard. Laugh loud.