In this clip, we’re going to be talking about
multi-point systems. Now, in some indoor leagues, they have more than just the three red lines.
They’ll have like an extra rim, which is pretty similar to maybe a three point line in basketball.
So it’s going to be further away from the goal and much harder to score. But they’ll
award you possibly an extra goal for scoring from out there. Also to remember that if you
are playing coed, that some places will determine that a girl’s goal will be worth two goals
and a guy’s goal will be only worth one. So remember to keep your female players up front
and towards the opponent’s goal. Because their goals will be worth more and if you can put
your females in scoring position, the odds are, you’ll probably win the game. In this
clip, we’re going to be talking about accessories. Now, some indoor facilities don’t really regulate
what you’re allowed to wear and what you’re not allowed to wear. But, it’s highly recommended
that you don’t wear any form of jewelry, whether it is wrist bracelets, ear rings, necklaces.
Because those could be tugged on or grabbed during the game and could cause harm to someone
else or yourself. Now, say that you have an injury that requires a cast, or a sling, or
some sort of support. A lot of times people will not let you play with a cast unless there
is foam covering over the cast so it doesn’t hurt anybody if they are hit by it. Also,
the same applies for braces and whatnot. They just want to make sure that its soft all around
the edges and there’s no metal sticking out, because it doesn’t feel very good getting
hit by metal if you’re running to a soccer ball the same time somebody else is and you
run onto each other. So, again a lot of places don’t regulate it, but to be safe you want
to make sure all those hard plastic, metal things are covered. You want to make sure
all the jewelry comes off.