kick·ol·o·gy [kik-ol-uh-jee]
noun
  1. The study of all things kicker related
  2. The science or study of sports involving kicking a ball, of those who do the kicking, and of those who assist with the kicking:
  • Football (a.k.a. American football): placekickers, punters, & kickoff specialists; assisted by long snappers and holders
  • Soccer (a.k.a. football, fútbol): strikers, wingers, centre forwards, midfielders, defenders & goalkeepers
  • Rugby (a.k.a. football): fly-half, scrum-half, full-back, wings & centres
  • Footy (a.k.a. Australian Rules football):full forward, forward pocket, half-forward, centre, wing, half-back & fullback
  • Kickball: all players while team is on offense (kicking team)
  • Futsal: goalkeeper, pivot, right & left flanks, and target
  • Gaelic football: full forwards, half forwards, midfield, half backs, full backs, goalkeeper
  • Sepak Takraw (a.k.a. kick volleyball) all players

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