David Ovist: Learn the Basic Rules of Soccer

If you want to be proficient in a soccer game, an experienced coach can help you. Soccer is perhaps the world’s favorite spectator sport known as “Football”. David Ovist is a renowned volunteer coach, having plenty of experience in this field.

He believes that coaching is the best way to be involved in child’s sporting life. He enjoys working with children and has in-depth knowledge of soccer game.He is passionate about sports and always wanted to make a career in this field. Currently, his interest is sparkling in his career and contributing to the sports community. He offers an opportunity to youth who want to involve in sports as an enthusiastic.

David Ovist

David Ovist teaches young participants soccer skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship with a desire to help children. He offers coaching guides, advice that will help you on your journey as a soccer player.  With his weekly coaching curriculum, seminars and practice sessions help players to prepare for the game. He teaches youth participants respect of the team, latest techniques of the game.

He introduces and builds the grassroots capacity of soccer in urban areas with a goal of transferring life skills and creating a social safety net in the community for our participants. His methodology of soccer instruction is informed by years of research and development in the field by others and informed by our own experience and expertise. Here he is presenting rules of soccer game,

  • According to rule, In professional activity rules require 11 players per team, 10 playing the area and one goalkeeper.
  • During the play, The activity is divided into two sets, each for 45 minutes long with the referee adding “extra time” based on time being wasted or play being ended during the original 45 minutes.
  • A game concluding with a tie score may lead into an overtime with an allotted time of additional play leading to penalty kicks, this usually occurs during a deciding game of a tournament.
  • Each team is given five attempts to score on the opposing goalkeeper, the team with the highest score wins the game.
  • During a game, players are only allowed to wear soccer equipment and are prohibited to wear anything that may harm him as well as the other.
  • In the game, only the goalkeeper permitted to use his hands, and this is only within the confines of the marked-off area surrounding the goal. When a player uses their hands on a ball, the opposing team gets a free kick from the spot of the violation.
  • Players are generally penalized for rough or unfair play with the use of cards. A yellow card is considered a stern warning, while a red card signifies a serious violation. Once a player receives a red card it means that he had been ejected from the game and cannot be replaced and that leaves the player’s team with fewer players. Meanwhile receiving two yellow cards will equal to a red card, meaning the player will receive the same penalty.

David Ovist is enthusiastic administrator & instructor who execute service activities in order to meet the diverse social, educational, cultural and recreational needs of participants.To provide a positive soccer environment that supports the development of every athlete, he always strives to use latest tricks.

He believes that soccer is meant by which we foster the development of character, discipline, teamwork, and respect. His values, facilities, systematic approach to player development allow creativity, spontaneity, and experimentation.


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