FOOTBALL a match two teams playing against each other in a 90-minute game of football a pitch the area where footballers play a match a referee the person who makes sure that the players follow the rules.
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the point of the game when the referee blows the final whistle and the match is over.
Normally after 90 minutes and any added injury or stoppage time injury time also called stoppage time, added minutes at the end of the regular playing time at half-time or full-time. Entirely at the referee’s discretion and normally indicated by an official on the sideline (or touchline) extra time if a match has no winner at full-time, 2 x 15 minutes of extra time may be played in some competitions offside in a position which is not allowed by the rules of the game, i.e.
when an attacking player is closer to the opposing team’s goal-line at the moment the ball is passed to him or her than the last defender apart from the goalkeeper ^^ Back to Top SCORING. »
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