The rules of professional football indicate that the match will last two equal times of 45 minutes each, unless otherwise agreed by the referee and the two participating teams. But this may vary depending on the category and the federation.
Between each time of the match, there will be a break that should not exceed 15 minutes. And subsequently the game will be resumed.
The rules of soccer stipulate that at the start of the match, the choice of fields and the kick-off will be drawn by a coin. The side favored by luck will have the right to choose, either its field or the kickoff. In the second half, the teams will exchange sides of the field and the team that did not do so in the first half will be taken out of the way.
The throw-in from the middle of the field must take place at the beginning of the match, after having scored a goal or at the beginning of the second half of the match. It must also be done at the beginning of each extra time, if applicable.
The ninth of the football rules seems very logical, the ball is in play as long as there is no foul and it is inside the field. The game is not interrupted if it bounces off a corner post or flag or if it bounces off the referee.
It will be out of play if he completely crosses a touch line or goal line, and if the game is interrupted by the referee.
Soccer rules say that a goal will be scored when the ball, while in play, has completely crossed the goal line between the posts and under the crossbar, provided that the scoring team has not previously committed an infraction of the Rules of Game.
The team that scores the highest number of goals will be the winner, if they score the same or not score, the game ends tied. In the event that a winner is required, only three procedures are allowed: away goals rule, extra time or penalty kicks.
Offside may be the most confusing of the soccer rules.
A player will be in an offside position if he is closer to the opponent’s goal line than the ball and the penultimate opponent, but will not be if he is in his half of the field. In this case, the referee must award the opposing team an indirect free kick from the place where the offside took place.
A direct free kick will be awarded to the opposing team if a player commits one of the following offenses in a way that the referee considers reckless, reckless or with the use of excessive force:
A penalty shot will be charged, if a player commits one of the ten aforementioned offenses, within her own penalty area, regardless of the position of the ball and whenever it is in play.