Roller soccer

Roller soccer

The Rollersoccer, so football with inline skates and roller skates, is a very rare but increasingly popular sport in the first game took place in the year 1934 in the UK. Really Rollersoccer was played in the Rollersoccer WM 2003 and 2004. This was also the beginning of the International competitions in this sport. France has been the largest contingent of the Rollersoccer community since 2006.
In 2009 Marseille founded his ASMASC team and won the Rollersoccer World Championship every year.

 

Roller soccer rules

It can be said that the number of field players is limited to 5 field players similar to inline hockey, but these 5 field players may change at any time without limit. It will then be played twice for 25 minutes.
Except for a goal after tunneling a Abwerspielers (counts twice), each goal counts easily.

Neither the time nor the game is stopped at a break or a goal. It will continue similar to handball, basketball or inline hockey and the time is running out.
Like hockey, it is also forbidden to stand in the goal area while a goal is scored. This would be a goal away and thus invalid.
A goalkeeper who may optionally be used in the field for a fielder must not touch the ball with his hands.

The rules on the offense are a mixture of football, hockey, basketball and handball. The culprit gets a 2 minute time penalty and the fouled player is allowed to make a free kick.

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Soccer on inline skates

Usually be the Roller Soccer roller skates and inline skating from inline hockey and used by Agressive style. These skates are perfect for in-line football because of their low stand height and exceptional maneuverability.