Pracitical team sports
Jordan Lindsay task 2 Karl Johnson
Simple rules and teams
A game of handball is won by the team which have accumalated the same number of points when the game finishes, depending on the competition if the two teams have the same points then the game will finish a draw or if a cup competition the game will go to extra time.
each team consists of up to 14 players, 7 will be playing at one time on each team, a team has 6 outfield players and one goalkeeper playing at one time but substitutions are roll on roll of so they can be made at any point during a game and the amount of substitutions has no limit. Every outfield player on one team has to wear the identical colours as each other and the two teams playing have to wear different t colours, the goalkeepers have to wear colours that differ from everyone on the pitch. Each team can have a maximum of four team officials on the side-line. Each player on a team also has to wear a different number on their shirt.
Officiating – There is two referee’s that officiate a game of handball that are on the court during the time the game is played, they work together to make the correct decisions, the two officials that are on the court also work with the two judges on a table, these are the timekeeper and score keeper.
Rules and playing time
Playing time – The official playing time of a full game of handball is two periods of 30 minutes, in the middle of this the interval for half time can be between 10-15 minutes.
· All outfield players are allowed to use their arms and hands to control the ball and throw the ball, all outfield players are not allowed to block or use their feet or legs to co0ntrol or block the ball, the punishment for this is that a free throw is awarded to the opposition team from were the foul happened.
· When receiving the ball a player is allowed to take only three steps with the ball, if a player takes more than three steps with the ball then the punishment for this is that a free throw will be awarded to the opposition team from the place in which the final step was taken.
· All players are allowed to bounce the ball but it can only be caught in one hand, players are also allowed to run with the ball as long as they bounce the ball every three steps they take, if they run with the ball and don’t bounce it a free throw will be given to the opposition team from the place in which the final step was taken.
· All outfield player are not permitted to enter the goalkeepers area, if they do this the ball will be given to the goalkeeper to throw back in to play.
· Player are not permitted to make any contact with an opposition player, if they do make contact with an opposition player then a free throw will be given to the opposition team.
· When receiving the ball a player is only permitted 3 seconds on the ball as taking longer than three seconds is called passive play and this is a foul, if this occurs then a free throw will be given to the opposition from the point in the player committed the foul.
goalkeepers are not allowed to leave the goal area with the ball at any point, if the goalkeeper does this the punishment will be a free throw for the opposition team.
Goalkeepers are allowed to use any part of there body as long as they are in there goal area, goalkeepers are also allowed to leave the goal area to act as a feild player.
Rules and punishments
Progressive punishment is given to players who progressivley make fouls or violate the handball rules, the first punishment is a yellow card which is basically just a warning, the second punishment is a 2 minute time out for the player, if the player voilates the rules again then they will be sent off for the rest of the game with no subs allowed to replace the player. There is no contact in handball so you are not allowed to make any contact with any opposition player at any point
Situation 1 player sending off - A player on the blue team in our game made contact with another player when he was recieving the ball, this was given as a foul and a three throw for the player, the player was also given a warning, the player then done the same thing again which resulted in the same actions but the player was given a two minute timeout, this player done the same thing for a third time which resulted in him being sent off and disqualified from the match with his team not allowed to replace him .
Situation 2 - A player on the orange team intentionally made contact with the ball with his foot, this resulted in the player being given a warning ( yellow card) and a free throw given to the opposition from the place in which the player on the orange team intentionally made contact with the ball with his foot.
Situation 3 - A player from the green team scored a goal but as he scored the goal he slightly ran in to the box just before he relased the ball, this was given as a no goal and a free throw from the goakeeper.