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Law 12 & 13 Fouls and Misconduct Free Kicks -- Review Soccer should be Safe, Fair, and Fun. When it stops being safe or fair, the referee stops play. Foul Criteria Ball is in play Occurs on the field

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Law 12 & 13

Fouls and MisconductFree Kicks

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Review


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Soccer should be Safe, Fair, and Fun.When it stops being safe or fair, the referee stops play.


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Foul Criteria

  • Ball is in play

  • Occurs on the field

  • Player against opponent (except for 4 goalkeeper nonpenal fouls)


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Foul Types

  • DFK Fouls (penal) – generally physical contact

  • IFK fouls (non-penal) – technical, non-contact


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Restarts AfterFoul or Misconduct

  • Direct Free Kick

  • Indirect Free Kick

  • Penalty Kick


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Six DFK fouls must be careless, reckless, or with excessive force.

  • Feet – 1. Kicks or attempts to

    2. Trips or attempts to

  • Body – 3. Charges

    4. Jumps at

  • Hand / Arm – 5. Pushes

    6. Strikes or attempts to


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Four other DFK fouls occur simply by committing the offense.

  • When tackling an opponent to gain possession of the ball, making contact with the opponent before the ball.

  • Holds an opponent.

  • Spits at an opponent.

  • Handles the ball deliberately.


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4 Most CommonDFK Fouls In U 10

Tripping

Pushing

Holding

Handles the ball deliberately


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There are eightIFK fouls.

  • Four are committed by the goalkeeper.

  • Four can be committed by any player.


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Non-Penal Fouls by GoalkeeperReduce delay and encourage flow.

  • Takes more than 6 seconds to release ball

  • Handles ball again after releasing it

  • Handles a ball deliberately kicked to him by a teammate

  • Handles ball directly from a throw-in by a teammate


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Non-Penal Fouls by Any Player

  • Plays in dangerous manner

    • Ex: Stays on ground in midst of a scrum

    • Ex: Kicking above the waist near opponent

    • Ex: Heading a low ball near opponent

  • Impedes progress of opponent to ball

  • Prevents goalkeeper from punting ball

  • Commits any other offense not mentioned which results in a caution or dismissal

Module 10


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Free Kicks

  • Direct – Kicker can score directly.

  • Indirect – Cannot score directly. Another touch required.


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Free Kicks

  • Ball Stopped at point of foul

  • In play when touched (and exits penalty area if inside)

  • No “double touches”

  • Opponents 10 yards away

  • Quick restarts allowed

  • Cannot score against self


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Indirect Free Kicks

  • Referee arm straight up

  • If kicked into goal, goal kick for defenders.

  • No closer than edge of goal area.

  • If exiting goal area, placed anywhere in goal area.


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Review Question

The player who puts the ball into play on a free kick or penalty kick, may not touch the ball a second time until it is touched by a second player.

True or False



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Review Question

A referee must hold his arm in the air on an IFK until it either goes out of play or is touched by a second player.

True or False



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Review Question

A defender is taking a free kick from inside his own penalty area. The ball is in play as soon as he kicks it.

True or False



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Review Question

When play is stopped for one of the penal fouls, but the foul was not too bad, the restart is an indirect free kick.

True or False



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Review Question

A player taking an indirect free kick shoots it directly into the opponents goal, without anyone else touching it.

Is it a goal?

What is the restart?


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No goalGoal kick


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Review Question

The most common IFK (non-penal) foul seen in U 10 games is:



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Review Question

The four most common DFK (penal) fouls seen in U 10 games are:

(Hint: 3 involve the hand

1 involves the foot)


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HoldingPushingDeliberate hand ballTripping


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Law 12 & 13

Fouls and MisconductFree Kicks

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Review


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