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Extra time is an additional period played at the end of some games of football (soccer) if the score is tied after the two standard periods (halves) of play. Football (soccer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... In Association Football (soccer), the term goal refers to both the result of a score and the physical structure that defines when a score has occurred. ...


Extra time is only played if the game is required to have a clear winner, e.g. in a knockout tournament where only one team can advance to the next stage. In professional play extra time is almost always an extra 30 minutes, made up of two 15-minute periods. Note, however, that not all competitions employ extra time; for example, CONMEBOL has never used extra time in any of the competitions it directly organizes, such as the Copa Libertadores. CONMEBOL or CSF (CONfederación sudaMEricana de FútBOL, South American Football Confederation) is the governing body of football in South America. ... Copa Libertadores Logo The Copa Libertadores de América (Portuguese:Taça Libertadores da América, English:Liberators of the Americas Cup) is an international football cup competition played annually by the top clubs of South America. ...


If such a game is still tied after extra time it is usually decided by kicks from the penalty mark, commonly called a penalty shootout. Penalty shootouts (officially referred to as kicks from the penalty mark) are sometimes used to decide which team progresses to the next stage of a tournament following a tied result in a game of association football (soccer). ...


Extra time should not be confused with the time added on to each period by the referee in allowance for time lost through substitutions, timewasting, injuries, etc (such time being part of the period concerned). Football (soccer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ...


Extra time is also used in other football codes, among them rugby union and rugby league, where it usually lasts for 20 minutes. In Australian rules football, two five-minute extra time periods are played in knockout matches when scores are tied at the end of the final quarter. Image from a test-match between Ireland and the New Zealand All Blacks. ... Rugby league is a team sport, played by two teams of 13 players. ... Australian Rules and Aussie Rules redirect here. ...


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Extra time at AllExperts (298 words)
Extra time is an additional period played at the end of some games of football (soccer) if the score is tied after the two standard periods (halves) of play.
Extra time should not be confused with the time added on to each period by the referee in allowance for time lost through substitutions, timewasting, injuries, etc (such time being part of the period concerned).
Extra time is also used in other football codes, among them rugby union and rugby league, where it usually lasts for 20 minutes.
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The LSAC refused three times to give Rothberg more time despite the recommendations of two psychologists who tested her and determined that she is smart, but slowed by her difficulty in processing visual information and performing tasks based on that information.
The second time, after Rothberg was interviewed and tested by a psychologist, the LSAC denied her extra test time on grounds the psychologist had not administered a certain test.
The third time, after Rothberg was given that test by a second psychologist, the LSAC refused to grant Rothberg extra test time on grounds she wasn't substantially disabled.
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