Soccer Shootout

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Soccer Shootout Game Online - Play Free Soccer Shootout Flash Game

It's almost the end of the game and score is tied. Your team must win every match to progress in the season. Can you score enough goals to win this game before the clock runs out? Trick the defense and score all the necessary goals to pass the eliminatory before the time finish. Have Fun!

Play Soccer Shootout Flash Game Online Today

Do you like sports, and do you also enjoy to play a sport flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Soccer Shootout flash game online.

How to Play Soccer Shootout Game Online

Use the Arrow Keys to Move. Guide your team mate with A and S key. Use the Spacebar to Kick.

Some Fun Soccer Facts

Soccer is a very popular ball game that pits the two soccer teams against each other and they each have the goal to score more goals than their opponent and thus win the soccer game. The playing time of a soccer game is usually two times 45 minutes (without overtime and without any extra time). However, there are soccer games, where the playing time is shorter. A soccer team is usually made up of eleven players, with one soccer player being the goalkeeper and ten outfield players. The ball, also called soccer ball. should be played with the feet as well as with other parts of the body without the use of the hands and arms. Only the goalkeeper may touch the soccer ball with his arms and hands in his own penalty area. The sports game soccer originated in the second half of the 19th century in Great Britain / England and spread all over continental Europe as well as in other continents from the end of the 19th century and is now considered the world's most popular team sport. Enjoy playing the free online soccer games here at!

The world footballer of the 20th century

Pele's real name is Edison Arantes do Nascimento. Pele is one of the most successful soccer players in the world as well as today's sports minister of his country. The soccer star was named the world footballer of the 20th century by FIFA and the IOC voted him sportsman of the century. The now 72-year-old grew up in poverty. His father was a soccer player, his mother a laundress. In order to keep the family afloat financially, little Pele worked in his father's roadside shop. Today Pele is called "O Rei", which translates to "the king". The name "Pele" comes from "Bilé". This is what the keeper of his favorite team was called in Brazil.

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