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    • Football tennis

    • Footballtennis, also known as futnet (in Czech and Slovak ) is a sport originating in the 1920s in Czechoslovakia. It is a ball game that can be played indoors or outdoors in a court divided by a low net with two opposing teams (one, two or three players) who try to score a point hitting the ball with any part of their ... Read »


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    • Headers and Volleys

    • The terms street football and street soccer (in United States) encompass a number of informal varieties of association football. These informal pick up games do not necessarily follow the requirements of a formal game of football, such as a large field, field markings, goal apparatus and corner flags, eleven players pe ... Read »


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    • Jumpers for Goalposts

    • The terms street football and street soccer (in United States) encompass a number of informal varieties of association football. These informal pick up games do not necessarily follow the requirements of a formal game of football, such as a large field, field markings, goal apparatus and corner flags, eleven players pe ... Read »


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    • Keepie uppie

    • Keepie uppie, keepie-ups or kick-ups is the skill of juggling with an association football ball using feet, lower legs, knees, chest, shoulders, and head, without allowing the ball to hit the ground. It is similar to Kemari, a game formerly practiced in the Japanese imperial court. Here is an incomplete list of ke ... Read »


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    • Nutmeg (football)

    • A nutmeg (or tunnel, nut, megs, megnuts), is a playing technique used chiefly in association football, but also in field hockey, ice hockey, and basketball. The aim is to kick, roll, dribble, throw, or push the ball (or puck) between an opponent's legs (feet). Kicking the ball through an opponent's legs in order t ... Read »


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    • Penalty shoot-out (association football)

    • A penalty shoot-out (officially kicks from the penalty mark) is a method of determining the winner of an association football (soccer) match that is drawn after the regulation as well as extra playing time. In a penalty shoot-out, each team takes turns attempting a specified number of shots (5 in FIFA-governed football ... Read »


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    • Rush goalie

    • Rush goalie, also known as a fly goalie or fly keeper, is a variation of football in which the role of the goalkeeper is more flexible than normal. The goalkeeper position is taken by any player who can run out of and leave his goal to actively participate in outfield play. However, when defending the player returns to ... Read »


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    • World cup doubles

    • The terms street football and street soccer (in United States) encompass a number of informal varieties of association football. These informal pick up games do not necessarily follow the requirements of a formal game of football, such as a large field, field markings, goal apparatus and corner flags, eleven players pe ... Read »


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