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England Hockey 2007. 2. The England Hockey Umpiring Structure. Young Umpire. Foundation Umpire. Level 1. Level 2. Level 3. National Badge. . . . . . England Hockey 2007. 3. Presentation is Important. The umpires are the 3rd team on the pitchThey should wear the same colour shirtTo look like

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1. © England Hockey 2007 1 FOUNDATION UMPIRE AWARD

2. © England Hockey 2007 2

3. © England Hockey 2007 3 Presentation is Important The umpires are the 3rd team on the pitch They should wear the same colour shirt To look like an umpire is important The umpires in England usually wear pink, black or yellow Shoes suitable for turf are important Waterproofs are useful

4. © England Hockey 2007 4 Umpiring Equipment Whistles Stop – Watch Warning Cards Pen & Paper Coin Scissors / Penknife String / Tape Hockey Rules Book

5. © England Hockey 2007 5 Players Equipment Team colours Safety } no spikes, studs, sharp objects etc Shin Pads } strongly recommended – not compulsory Gum Shields } strongly recommended – not compulsory

6. © England Hockey 2007 6 Players Equipment cont…. Goalkeepers Body protector Leg protectors Elbow pads Hand protectors Feet protectors Full helmet GK shirts } must be of a different colour to the field players The GK MUST wear the helmet throughout the match, unless TAKING a penalty stroke

7. © England Hockey 2007 7 The Pitch Length 91.40m Width 55m Radius of circles 14.63m Penalty corner markers 10m from each goalpost on back-line Corner markers 5m from each corner on side-line Penalty stroke spots are 6.40m from goal-line into pitch The goals are 3.66m wide x 2.14m high There are 4 flags around the pitch (one at each corner)

8. © England Hockey 2007 8 Checking the Pitch The pre-match pitch check is very important Goals Back-boards and side-boards Nets Circles Lines and markers Flags No debris on the pitch The lines are part of play The circle line is part of the circle

9. © England Hockey 2007 9 Areas of Responsibility Be at the pitch early - 30 minutes before it starts! The Pre-match chat Who whistles what? Side-lines and circles Play approaching the umpire Play moving away from the umpire Working together Recording the score & any warning card/s

10. © England Hockey 2007 10 Captains Each team must have a captain The Captain is responsible for the behaviour of all players The Captain must wear an armband

11. © England Hockey 2007 11 Whistling Speaking with the whistle When to blow and when not to blow Advantage & flow } What is it and why is it so important? (Remember possession of the ball does not equal advantage)

12. © England Hockey 2007 12 Signalling Positive and clear signals What are the signals? Penalty Corner } demonstrate Penalty Stroke } demonstrate Goal } demonstrate Time stopped } demonstrate When to use them and when not to use them

13. © England Hockey 2007 13 Positioning & Mobility Try to stay ahead of play You MUST always see the ball… so you MUST move! Positioning of the umpires as a team Moving sideways and backwards… PRACTISE Set-piece positioning 1 Penalty corners (both umpires) 2 Penalty Strokes (both umpires) 3 Corners (both umpires) If you are unsighted at anytime what do you do? Look to your colleague.

15. © England Hockey 2007 15 The Centre Pass Taken from centre of the pitch after the whistle is blown Ball can be hit or pushed and can go in any direction Ball must move minimum of 1m before it can be played (touched) by another player of the same team No opposition player is permitted within 5m of the ball All players in own half of the pitch

16. © England Hockey 2007 16 The Bully Awarded following: A simultaneous breach of the Rules involving a player/s from both teams - An injury or any other incident where no offence is involved - The ball breaking in any way and needing to be replaced

17. © England Hockey 2007 17 Advantage What is advantage? Possession of the ball does not automatically mean there is an advantage For advantage to apply, the player / team with the ball must be able to develop their play.  

18. © England Hockey 2007 18 Scoring a Goal Circle lines are part of the circle Ball must completely cross the goal line Must be touched/played by an attacker while it (the ball) is in the circle. If you award a goal & there is a polite appeal from the captain of the defending side. What do you do? Consult your colleague & change the decision if necessary.

19. © England Hockey 2007 19 Helping Each Other Umpires are the 3rd team on the pitch How to help each other at a PC Eye contact Offering an assisting signal Making the decision

20. © England Hockey 2007 20 Ball out of Play How to restart the game when a ball goes out of play: - HIT- IN awarded following the ball being played over the side-line - HIT-OUT awarded following the ball being played by an ATTACKING player over the back-line. - CORNER awarded following the ball being played UNINTENTIONALLY over the back-line by a DEFENDING player. - PENALTY CORNER awarded following the ball being played INTENTIONALLY over the back-line by a DEFENDING player.

21. © England Hockey 2007 21 Injury If there is a serious injury stop time immediately How to restart the game after an injury - If the injury was due to an offence – award a free hit, PC etc. - If the injury was not due to an offence – award a bully If there is a minor injury do not stop time. The player should leave the pitch for treatment and a substitute player comes on

22. © England Hockey 2007 22 Substitutions No time out for substitutions except: 1. Serious injury 2. Goalkeeper substitution (if for another GK) Maximum number of substitutes: 5 Roll-on and roll-off as often as they like/coach likes, throughout the game, excepting at penalty corners when only an injured goalkeeper can be substituted. No substitute should enter the pitch until the player leaving the pitch has left! All substitutions should take place near the centre-line on the same side of the pitch

23. © England Hockey 2007 23 Substitutions At penalty corners, an injured or suspended goalkeeper may only be replaced by a similarly equipped goalkeeper - so in this instance a goalkeeper wearing only protective headgear may not be replaced by a fully equipped goalkeeper.

24. © England Hockey 2007 24 Substitutions At penalty strokes, the goalkeeper may still be replaced by a fully equipped goalkeeper - there has been no change to this rule. When a fully equipped goalkeeper is substituted onto or off the pitch, time must be stopped

25. © England Hockey 2007 25 Substitutions If substitutions involve only goalkeepers wearing protective headgear or field players, the normal substitution rules apply and time is not stopped Play should not be delayed while a goalkeeper not yet on the pitch changes into or puts on protective equipment

26. © England Hockey 2007 26 Substitutions A fully or partly equipped goalkeeper can be substituted onto or off the pitch near their goal In order to prevent the problems associated with a fully equipped goalkeeper stepping out of their goal and being replaced (by a goalkeeper wearing only protective headgear or a field player) at the centre-line, time should not be re-started until the substitution of the fully equipped goalkeeper has been completed.

27. © England Hockey 2007 27 Substitutions Substitutions onto or off the pitch of field players who replace goalkeepers, should take place near the centre-line.

28. © England Hockey 2007 28 Substitutions

29. © England Hockey 2007 29 Substitutions

30. © England Hockey 2007 30 What a player may / may not do Back stick High stick } unless a defender or GK attempting to stop a shot at goal Use of hand Use of body Raised ball } safety always the first consideration Obstruction } Position } Intention } Timing Third part obstruction Tackling } from the front } from the side } from behind

31. © England Hockey 2007 31 Players Equipment Team colours Safety } no spikes, studs, sharp objects etc Shin Pads } strongly recommended – not compulsory Gum Shields } strongly recommended – not compulsory Face Mask

32. © England Hockey 2007 32 Players Equipment - Face masks

33. © England Hockey 2007 33 Field Player If a player defending a penalty corner continues to wear a face mask after the corner has been completed (e.g. they play outside the circle wearing the mask), a free hit should be awarded. Repetition means another free hit and appropriate card for persistent offenders.

34. © England Hockey 2007 34 Penalties FREE HIT The ball should be stationary It should not be intentionally lifted It must move at least 1m before it can be played by a player of the same team If it is within 5m of the circle, all players except the taker must be at least 5m from the ball

35. © England Hockey 2007 35 Penalties PENALTY CORNERS are awarded for any one of 5 reasons: For an offence by a defender in the circle which does not prevent the probable scoring of a goal For an intentional offence in the circle by a defender against an opponent who does not have possession of the ball or an opportunity to play the ball For an intentional offence by a defender outside the circle but within the 23m area they are defending For intentionally playing the ball over the back-line by a defender When the ball becomes lodged in a player’s clothing or equipment while in the circle they are defending

36. © England Hockey 2007 36 Penalties cont…. PENALTY CORNERS Positioning of players: involved } attack & defence non-involved } attack & defence If the shot at goal is a hit, the ball must not cross the goal line at above the height of the backboards The ball must travel outside the circle before a shot at goal If the ball travels beyond 5m of the circle, the PC is over Completion of the PC at half-time and full-time. When is the corner over? If the ball does not come out of the circle a hit towards the goal is not a shot at goal.

37. © England Hockey 2007 37 A Penalty Corner is over at Half Time & Full Time when: - a If a goal is scored b For an offence by an attacker c When the ball passes 5 metres outside the circle d When the ball passes outside the circle for a second time e When the ball is played over the back - line and another penalty corner is not award (i.e. when the ball comes off an attacker or unintentionally off a defender) f A defender commits an offence and another penalty corners not awarded (i.e. an unintentional offence by a defender immediately outside the circle) g A penalty stroke is awarded

38. © England Hockey 2007 38 Penalties cont…. PENALTY STROKES are awarded for the following For an intentional offence in the circle by a defender against an opponent who has possession of the ball or an opportunity to play the ball. For an offence by a defender in the circle that prevents the probable scoring of a goal. For persistent early breaking off of the back-line by defenders at penalty corners.

39. © England Hockey 2007 39 Penalties cont…. PENALTY STROKES Positioning of players: - Involved - Non-involved Positioning of umpires: - Controlling umpire - Assisting umpire Time is stopped immediately the stroke is awarded How is the game restarted?

40. © England Hockey 2007 40 Penalties cont…. Penalty Strokes (continued) 1 Play is restarted by a centre pass: - If a goal is scored 2 Play is restarted by a 15 metre hit: - If a goal is not scored

41. © England Hockey 2007 41 Misconduct Responsibility of captain : - responsible for the behaviour of all players including substitutes Misconduct includes: - rough or dangerous play - any intentional offence - time-wasting - any bad behaviour

42. © England Hockey 2007 42 Misconduct (continued) Sanctions available to you the umpire dealing with misconduct :- Reversing and upgrading decisions Progressing free-hit up to 10 metres Upgrading to a Penalty Corner if in 23 metres area In addition to these penalties the umpire can give the offending player/s and/or the team a warning card.

43. © England Hockey 2007 43 Warning Cards

44. © England Hockey 2007 44 General Any Further Questions?

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