Friday, May 26, 2006

PoP :)

Friday, May 19, 2006


Saturday, April 22, 2006


The 2 pictures we took today :)

Monday, February 13, 2006

i love this movie(:

1) girl overcomes family objection to play great soccer! (: i don't know about you all, but my family was initially, well shocked would be a good word, that i made it to the team. "what? you want to be a boy and play soccer now?!" -chuckles-

2) great shots of great football! all the skillful dribbling and passes and crosses and the goaaaals. (:

3) jonathan rhys-meyers! :D (okay, nvm.)

yeah anyway, just thought i'd get the ball rolling (hahaa! geddit?! x) by posting. ohwell. cheers you all, seeya at training tmr! (:


Sunday, February 12, 2006

Development of Women's Football

In his welcome address, the FIFA President stressed that "football is a game for all. Every girl and every woman has the right to play. Women's football does not have to be a replica of the men's game. It has to be the same game, but played by women with their specific qualities, including elegance."

:) Yay for Women's Football

Thursday, February 02, 2006


Eh I swear if no others post, passers-by will think I'm some strange lunatic talking to myself...

Although they wouldn't be completely wrong, haha.

Anyway, pictures from today! J1s I hope you enjoyed yourselves... :) We'll be printing out contact lists for y'all soon so that you'll get to know one another, and the J2s, better :)

Friday, January 20, 2006

"basic football rules"

ok just some simple rules to fill up space. most of you probably already know all these, but this is just to clarify things because knowing the game inside out is imperative!

    Law XI : Offside
    A player is offside when he or she is in the opponent's half of the field and nearer to the opponent's goal line than the ball, unless at least two opponents, including the goalkeeper, are nearer to the goal line than the attacking player or if the opponent receives the ball directly from a throw-in, corner kick or goal kick. Although a player may be in an offside position, a penalty is called only if the referee believes that the player is interfering with play or gaining advantage.

    Law XIII : Free Kick
    Direct and indirect kicks are the two types of free kicks awarded during a game. A goal can be scored directly from a direct kick. For indirect kicks, the ball must be touched by a player other than the kicker before a goal can be scored. All defending players must stay at least 10 yards from the ball on all free kicks. The ball is in play once it has traveled the distance of its circumference. The kicker may not play the ball a second time until another player has touched it.

    Law XIV : Penalty Kick
    If any of the nine major fouls are committed by the defending team in its own penalty area, a penalty kick is awarded to the opposing team. The ball is placed on the penalty spot 12 yards from the goal. When the kick is taken, the goalkeeper must stand on the goal line between the goalposts. The goalkeeper may not move his or her feet until the ball has been struck. The only payers allowed inside the penalty area at the time of the kick are the goalkeeper and the player taking the kick. All other players must remain outside the penalty area, at least 10 yards from the ball, until the ball is in play.

    Law XV : Throw-In
    When a player plays the entire ball over one of the two touchlines, a throw-in is awarded to the opposing team at the place where the whole of the ball crosses the line. The player throwing the ball must face the field and deliver the ball using two hands placed behind and over the head. At the moment of release, both of the thrower's feet must be on the ground and on or behind the touchline.

    Law XXI : Goal Kick
    A goal kick is awarded to the defending team when the whole of the ball crosses the end line and was last touched by an opposing player. The defending team must place the ball inside the goal area. The ball must be kicked beyond the penalty area before it can be touched by another player. If the ball is touched by a player before it travels outside of the penalty area, the goal kick is retaken. Players from the opposing team must remain outside of the penalty area while the kick is being taken. The kicker may not touch the ball a second time until it has been touched by another player. A goal may not be scored directly from a goal kick.

    Law XVII : Corner Kick
    A corner kick is awarded to the attacking team when any member of the defending team plays the ball over the end line. A kick is taken from the quarter circle, with a radius of 1 yard, which is marked in each of the four corners of the field. The ball must be placed within the quarter circle at the defending side's end line nearest to where the ball went out of play. The kicker may not touch the ball a second time until it has been touched by another player. A goal may be scored directly from a corner kick. All defenders must remain 10 yards from the ball until it has traveled the distance of its circumference.

About Us
We're girls and we like football/soccer very very much!

Huang Jing
Michelle Ong
Natalie (C)
Rae Hui
Rae Wen
Wen Han
Wen Yi

Miao Ling
Ping Ni
Sin Yee
Xiu Huan
Ying Qing
Ying Xi