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TEAM HANDBALL
HISTORY
• Originated in Europe in the 1900’s
• Over 140 countries are recognized
members of the International Handball
Federation (IHF).
• First appeared in the Olympics in the
1936 Berlin Games as an outdoor sport.
• Women’s handball was added in the
Olympic games in 1976.
WHY TEAM HANDBALL IN PE
Health Related Components
Cardiovascular Endurance In relations to Team Handball,
cardiovascular fitness is an important component because it is
mostly an aerobic activity.
Muscular Strength In the game of team handball, one may jump
to shoot the ball in the goal so you have to have strength to lift
your body weight to make that necessary jump shot.
Flexibility as a player, you have to be able to move within a joint
such as shoulder to make a throw and as a goalie you have to
be able to extend to stop the ball from going into the net.
Muscular Endurance Team Handball consists predominantly
of bouts of exercise lasting between 30 seconds and 2 minutes,
Body Composition in order to be successful in a game of team
handball one must have a body composition of more lean
tissue to fat.
WHY TEAM HANDBALL IN PE
Skill Related Components
ALL SIX SKILL-RELATED COMPONENTS ARE NEEDED TO
PARTICIPATE IN A GAME OF TEAM HANDBALL!!!!
Power
Reaction Time
Coordination
Speed
Agility
Balance
TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
• Handball combines the elements of soccer and basketball.
It’s a versatile game, team handball can be played indoors in
the gym, outdoors on the grass, on a paved area or on the
beach.
• The modern sport was developed from 3 different versions
from various countries: The Czech hazena, the Danish
handbold, and the German Torball.
• Six players move the ball down a floor that is larger than a
basketball court and try to score by throwing the ball past a
goalkeeper into the net.
• Typical final scores in this action-packed game run in the mid
twenties.
• A regulation game is played in 30 minute halves with one
team timeout per half.
TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
Field of Play
• The court is slightly larger than
a basketball court. All court
lines are referred to by their
measurement in meters.
• The most significant line on the
court is the 6-meter line or goal
area line. Only the goalie is
allowed inside the goal area.
• Players may jump into the goal
area if they release the ball
before landing in the area. The
9-meter line, or free throw line,
is used for minor penalties
• 7-meter line, or penalty line, is
used for penalty shots, much
like penalty kicks in soccer.
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
GAME PLAY:
• Players are allowed to run 3 steps with the ball.
• Players may hold the ball for 3 seconds before passing or
advancing it in some method.
• Players may dribble the ball but are not allowed to "double
dribble" (similar to basketball).
• A player may take 3 steps, dribble, and take 3 more steps
before passing or shooting.
• A Player may not pass the ball to his/her self by throwing it into
the air (air dribble is illegal).
• Players are not allowed to dive for a ball that is on the ground.
• Goalies may leave the goal area to play the ball but must
then abide by all the court rules.
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
STARTING PLAY:
• Rock, Paper, Scissors to see who gets ball first.
• Play begins with a "Throw-Off"
"Throw-Off":
– Offensive team lines up on or behind the centerline and
initiates play by passing to a teammate
– Defense players line up around their 6 M goal area line
– "Throw-Offs" initiate play for each half and are also used to
resume play following a goal.
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
BASIC STRATEGY:
Offense:
– Attempt to out-maneuver your opponents with quick
passing & deception
– Take shots "flying in" from outside the goal area circle
Defense:
– Set up as a base on the perimeter of the goal area
– Always make the offense shoot over defensive players
– Never let an offensive player shoot uncontested at your
goalie
– Concentrate on stopping the opponents top scorers
– Teams play "Man-to-Man"
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
Playing the Ball
Players are not allowed to:
• Endanger an opponent with the ball
• Pull, hit, or punch the ball out of the
hands of an opponent
• Contact the ball below the knees
• ANY VIOLATIONS OF THESE RULES
RESULTS IN A FREE THROW
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
Free Throws
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Are taken immediately without the referee touching the ball
FT are thrown from the place the violation occurred.
Defensive players must be 3 M (10') away from the thrower.
The thrower must have one foot continuously in contact with
the court and must throw or pass within 3 seconds.
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
OUT-OF-BOUNDS:
On the touchline (sideline):
– Throw-in is taken from the spot
– Opponents must be 3M (10') away when the ball is passed
in.
– Player throwing must have both feet on the line.
On the goal line:
– Last touched by a defensive player (excluding the goalie) Throw-in taken by the offense from the nearest corner
– Last touched by an offensive player - "Goal throw" by the
goalie
– Last touched by the goalie - Goal throw by the goalie
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
SCORING:
• Balls must completely pass the goal line inside the goal to
count as a score
• Goals may be scored from all formal throws (throw-ins, throwoffs, free throws, and goal throws by the goalie)
• All goals counts 1 point w/ a typical game having 50 goals
scored between the 2 teams.
PE TEAM HANDBALL—THE GAME
GOAL AREA:
• Only the goalie may stand inside the goal area.
• If an offensive player is in the circle or on the line, with or
without the ball, the ball is given to the opponent and a goal
cannot be scored. A free throw is awarded to the defense.
• If the defense gains an "advantage" by being in the goal
area, a penalty throw is awarded the attackers.
• A ball inside the goal area belongs to the goalie.
• Player are not considered to be in the goal area if they are in
the air having taken off outside the 6 M line.

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