The Rules of Bandy – EXPLAINED!


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Ninh explains the rules of bandy the
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object of the game is for your team to
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score more goals than the opposing team
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to score a goal a player must use that
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stick and shoot the ball into the goal
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bandy is a European game played with two
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teams of sixteen with eleven players
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taking to the ice at any one time a team
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must have at least eight players on the
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ice at any given time
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Hainan this looks suspiciously like ice
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hockey field hockey and soccer yep
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that’s pretty much exactly what bandy is
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if you take elements of field hockey ice
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hockey and football you get bandy the
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ice is roughly the same size as a
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football pitch a maximum of 19 10 meters
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by 65 meters goals are three and a half
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meters wide and 2.1 meters high which is
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similar to field hockey but is played on
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ice just like ice hockey surrounding the
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goals are the shooting circles which
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form a 17 meter radius around the goals
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these are the free stroke circles which
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are ten meters in diameter and we’ll
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talk more about those later the game
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starts with a stroke off once a team has
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possession of the ball they will try and
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move the ball towards the opposing
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goalkeeper and try and score you can
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pass the ball directly between teammates
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or skates and control the ball with
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either side of the stick just like ice
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hockey
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unlike ice hockey however the stick is
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not curved sideways so players have to
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be proficient in passing and shooting
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the ball from both the left and right
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sides of the stick the idea is to set up
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in good position to be able to shoot the
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ball towards the goal the opposing team
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will try and stop you by tackling they
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are allowed to try and take the ball
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away from you and move the ball in the
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opposite direction so that they can
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score themselves one major rule
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difference between ice hockey and bandy
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is that in bandy forcible contact
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between players is strictly forbidden
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there are varying degrees of punishment
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if you break this or any of the rules
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breaking the rules may result in a
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yellow card which is a warning a blue
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card which means that the offending
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player has to serve a five or ten minute
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penalty or a red card similar to
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football and results in a player being
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ejected from the game
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another rule difference is that in bandy
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the goalkeeper doesn’t have a stick he’s
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the only person who is allowed to catch
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and throw the ball and can only do that
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from his own goal circle there are many
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other differences but these are the main
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two you need to know about the game is
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played in two 45 minute halves for a
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combined playing time of 90 minutes in
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bad weather conditions the referee can
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opt to play three thirty minute periods
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high score at the end of time wins
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that’s basically the gist of it but
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there’s a few of the things you’ll need
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to understand before playing or going to
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a game for example free stroke a free
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stroke is awarded to the other team
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if a player breaks one of the rules
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usually they are awarded for fouls in
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correct equipment in correct procedures
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or the ball going out to play the ball
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is either hit one meter away from the
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sidelines or more commonly from the free
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stroke circles depending on the
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infraction corner stroke very similar to
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the short corner in field hockey this is
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awarded if a defender deliberately hits
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the ball behind their own goal line the
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attacking team places the ball at the
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corner circle and the defending team can
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put their place behind the goal line the
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ball is hit into play and is usually
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shot towards the goal immediately
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penalty shots if a defender
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intentionally fouls a play with
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legitimate chance to score a penalty
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shot will be awarded to the attacking
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team the ball is placed on the ice at
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the penalty spot and just like ice
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hockey it’s one shot only any goal
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scored count towards the overall score
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substitution there are unlimited
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substitutions in bandy and they can be
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made at any time except during a corner
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stroke all substitutions must be made
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within the designated area overtime and
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penalty shootouts
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if the game is tied after 90 minutes
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usually two extra 10-minute periods are
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played to determine a winner however
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some games have the Golden Goal where
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the next ball sport wins the game for
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games where a winner must be determined
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a penalty shootout may occur teams with
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the most goals after five plays on each
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two shoots the ball wins if you’re
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struggling to understand bandik try and
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watch my other videos on ice hockey
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field hockey and football first and
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