Normally I enjoy discussing topics that are suited for the more educated football fan, but recently I’ve been hearing a lot of talk from people trying to be fans, but simply don’t understand what they are seeing. Growing up in a football family myself the game of football has always come naturally. Everyone I knew always understood at least the basic rules so I assumed it was the same in every family but when I got to college I realized everyone has their own family interests and football isn’t always one of them.
Today I will be breaking down the basics to understanding football in order to provide a basis of knowledge for those casual fans who are interested in learning more about the game. Although the experienced football fan may already know much of this information, everyone forgets things from time to time so you never know what you could learn from reviewing the basics.
Part 1: Breaking down the display screen
In this part I will be describing the display screen and แทงบอลออนไลน์ what each section on the screen is indicating when watching a football game on television or in person. These indicators may seem insignificant to the casual fan but in reality they are very important for understanding what situation is taking place. In short, they give context to the action on the field.
The first and most basic indicators that we need to discuss are scoreboard and clock. These 2 components usually appear together and are exactly what they sound like which is a display of both the home and away teams score along with the time left in the current quarter. There are 4 quarters in a football game that are sometimes followed by overtime (OT) if a winner is not decided by the end of the 4th quarter. When a quarter begins the clock starts winding down until it runs out of time which signals the end of one quarter and the beginning of the next. The scoreboard should always display the away team first and the home team second whether that’s from left to right or top to bottom. Timeouts may also be shown next to each teams s