No. In official panna tournaments it is enough to play the ball through your opponents' legs, without having ball possession afterwards, to score a panna.
No. The panna needs to happen directly from the attacker's feet. A ball that bounces from the boarding and then goes through your opponent's legs is not a panna.
No. A panna only counts if it was on purpose. The attacker deliberately needs to have tried to give the panna..
No. To give a panna you need to have ball possession (be in offense) to start with.
An official panna match lasts 3 minutes. In purely recreational panna soccer games you could also play to 2 or 3 goals. That way there is a quicker rotation of play.
The player who scored the most goals after 3 minutes wins the match. Each goal counts for 1 point. If you can give a panna during the game it's immediately Game Over.
Bij gelijkspel wordt er in officiële wedstrijden 1 minuut overtime gespeeld. De speler die in de reguliere speeltijd het laatste de bal had start met balbezit in de overtime. In overtime kan je winnen door: 1) Een panna 2) Op twee doelpunten voorsprong te komen binnen de overtime 3) Het meeste doelpunten te hebben gescoord na de minuut overtime. Indien het na de overtime nog steeds gelijk staat wordt er gespeeld naar een Golden Goal (Sudden Death).
When the ball goes out, the player who did not touch the ball as last gets possession. In official panna games the clock is paused when the ball is kicked outside. For recreational games you can also play without pausing the clock to ensure a quicker player rotation.
Yes. Goals can be scored from everywhere within the panna cage.
No. Goals scored using the boarding do not count.
After a goal is scored the opponent immediately gets ball possession at his own goal. The goal scorer needs to give his opponent at least 1m of distance to restart the game immediately.
When a foul is made (rough play, hands, etc.) your opponent gets ball possession.
A panna soccer match starts with the ball between both player's backs. When the starting signal sounds both players turn around to go for the first ball possesion.
The ideal ball for a panna soccer game is a low-bounce ball size 4. Just like in futsal. Of course the game can also perfectly be played using a "regular football".
Yes. Official panna football matches are moderated by a panna referee. For recreational panna games this is not always necessary.
"Panna" is a Surinamese word that literally means "small gate". In streetsoccer the word is used to express that you play the ball between your opponents' legs. It is also known as "nutmeg".
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