Handball is played in a sports hall on a 40m (131’ 3”) x 20m (65’ 7”) court. The length may be shortened when space is limited, but England Handball can provide guidance on this. The goal area line, or 6-metre line (19’ 8”), is the most important line. No one except the goalkeeper is allowed to stand in the goal area.
• Basic Skills • Player Positions II. Handball at Schools . Handball – fun, passion and health • The 6 phases of the game • Basic rules version for Handball at
Hand Ball-Handling Drills, Skills, & Ideas: • To dribble a ball correctly the students should use only their finger-tips, not their whole hand; wrist should flex; elbow bends; eyes on the horizon; and keep the ball lower than shoulder height. • Have the students pass the ball around their waist without it
In 1920 handball was introduced into school programmes. Handball, however, didn t have a separate federation inGermany.It was not until 1934 that Fachmat fur Handball was established. Owing to the extensive activity of thatorganization handball spread all over Germany. Czechoslovakia is the third country which claims to have created handball.
10 - 12 Basic Handball 1 l 1 - 2 referees from the teams l 1 adult helper l Transition phase to 6+1 l Handball Court: 40x20m l Goals 3,00x2,00m l ballsize 1 l shorter playing time lalternative games 5+1 on a half court 2 x 3:3 YES / NO Game / Practice: 1. No adult training 2. Development of technical / tactical skills 3. Development of physical abilities 4. Festivals and simple
HANDBALL 1º ESO. HANDBALL SKILLS ASSESSMENT SHEET. OBSERVER: PLAYER: Group: 1.-Excellent. (Always observed/ Correct and accurate performance) 2.-Proficient. (Most of the times observed/ Quite accurate). 3.-Developing. (Observed sometimes and 50% of accuracy). 4.- Beginner/ Needs Improvement (Rarely observed/ Not accurate and difficult to play with him/ her). PASSING.
Handball at school Handball – as a very dynamic team sport – is a contact sport, but also based on “fair play” principles. The official “Rules of the Game” are worked out by the International Handball Federation (IHF). For more information and details and the entire “Rules of the Game”, please go to www.ihf.info.
skills (locomotor, striking, eye-hand coordination, manipulative skills, etc.). And, handball involves lots of physical activity and sportsmanship. ¾ HANDBALL is for EVERYONE. In this game, size is no advantage. In so many activities, taller participants have an advantage. In handball, however, one doesn’t have to be big to be successful.
Basic shooting(for goals) Three easy points to remember: 1. Move towards goal 2. Elbow at least on shoulder hight 3. Twist shoulders and follow through Basic defending