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AR-to-Basic Referee Course OBJECTIVES Have a basic understanding of fouls and misconduct (and free kicks) Have a cursory understanding of the fundamentals of play Fouls and Misconduct OBJECTIVES: Explain the two categories of fouls Cover fouls that occur in younger players’ games

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AR-to-Basic Referee Course

OBJECTIVES

Have a basic understanding of fouls and misconduct (and free kicks)

Have a cursory understanding of

the fundamentals of play

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1


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Fouls and Misconduct

  • OBJECTIVES:

  • Explain the two categories of fouls

  • Cover fouls that occur

  • in younger players’ games

  • Introduce the concept of misconduct

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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A foul is an unsafe or unfair act:

Committed by a player

Against an opponent

On the field of play

While the ball is in play

All four elements must exist for the incident to be a foul.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Fouls are categorized into two types:

Direct Free Kick fouls

Indirect Free Kick fouls

These categories are named for the way play is restarted

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Direct Free Kick fouls

There are 10

Kicks an opponent

Trips an opponent

Strikes an opponent

Even the attempt to commit any of these three actions is a foul.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Direct Free Kick fouls

There are 10

Jumps at an opponent

Unfairly charges an opponent

Pushes an opponent

Tackles an opponent

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Direct Free Kick fouls

There are 10

Holds an opponent

Spits at an opponent

Handles the ball deliberately

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Direct Free Kick fouls

Six of these fouls most commonly occur

in U-10 and younger age groups:

  • Kicks an opponent

  • Trips an opponent

  • Pushes an opponent

  • Holds an opponent

  • Unfairly charges an opponent

  • Handles the ball deliberately

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Indirect Free Kick fouls

There are 7

The first four pertain solely to the goalkeeper in his own penalty area.

Takes more than six seconds while controlling the ball with his hands, before releasing it from his possession

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Indirect Free Kick fouls

The first four pertain solely to the goalkeeper in his own penalty area.

Touches the ball again with his hands after it has been released from his possession and has not touched any other player.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Indirect Free Kick fouls

The first four pertain solely to the goalkeeper in his own penalty area.

Touches the ball with his hands after it has been deliberately kicked to him by a team-mate.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Indirect Free Kick fouls

The first four pertain solely to the goalkeeper in his own penalty area.

Touches the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a throw-in taken by a team-mate.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Indirect Free Kick fouls

The remaining three pertain to all players.

Plays in a dangerous manner

Impedes the progress of an opponent

Prevents the goalkeeper from releasing the ball from his hands

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Indirect Free Kick

Two of these fouls most commonly occur

in U-10 and younger age groups:

  • Plays in a dangerous manner

  • Goalkeeper takes more than six seconds to put the ball into play

Be prompt with the Dangerous Play call.

Don’t be too ticky-tacky with the “six second” call

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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MISCONDUCT

Behavior that is in serious conflict with the spirit of the game and good sportsmanship

(Something that’s very rare in the U-10 game)

Two types of Misconduct:

Those resulting in a Caution

Those resulting in a Send-Off

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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MISCONDUCT

There are seven cautionable offences:

Unsporting behavior

Dissent by word or action

Persistently infringes the Laws of the Game

Delays the restart of play

Fails to respect the required distance on a corner kick, free kick or throw-in

Enters/re-enters the field of play without permission

Leaves the field of play without permission

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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MISCONDUCT

There are seven send-off offences:

Serious foul play

Violent conduct

Spits at any person

Denies a goal or obvious goal-scoring opportunity by deliberately handling the ball

Denies an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by an offense punishable by a free kick or penalty kick

Offensive/insulting/abusive language or gestures

Receives a second caution in the same match

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Misconduct is rare in U-10 games.

Referees should deal with it informally without showing cards.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Coaches and spectators can be warned and even dismissed from the game.

But they must never be shown the red or yellow card.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

There are two types of fouls. Name them.

Direct Free Kick Fouls

Indirect Free Kick Fouls

Why are the fouls given these names?

They are named for the way play is restarted after the referee has stopped play because of the foul.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

What are the six Direct Free Kick fouls most often seen in U-10 games?

Kicking an opponent

Tripping an opponent

Pushing an opponent

Holding an opponent

Unfairly Charging an opponent

Handling the ball deliberately

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

What are the two Indirect Free Kick fouls most often seen in U-10 games?

Dangerous Play

Goalkeeper takes more than six seconds to put the ball into play

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

What kind of foul is:

Handling the ball deliberately?

Direct Free Kick Foul

What kind of foul is:

Pushing an opponent?

Direct Free Kick Foul

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

What kind of foul is:

Playing in a dangerous manner?

Indirect Free Kick Foul

If a player tries to hit another opponent but misses, the referee cannot call a foul. (True/False)

False. Even the attempt to strike an opponent can be a foul.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

The ball bounces up and hits a player in the arm. Is this a foul?

No

A player that’s lying on the ground kicks at the ball. No one else is near.

Is this dangerous play?

No

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

The referee thinks a foul may have occurred but he’s not sure. Should he stop play?

No

A U-10 player is guilty of one of the types of Misconduct. The player should be shown the yellow or red card. (True/False)

The referee has the authority to show the card, but should work together with the coach to resolve the matter

without displaying a card.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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Checking for Learning

A coach is behaving badly and the referee elects to dismiss the coach from the field. If the coach’s conduct is terribly bad, the referee may show the coach the red card.

Cards are solely for the players.

Coaches/Spectators are NEVER

to be shown the cards.

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 1


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FUNDAMENTAL COACHING CONCEPTS

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE STOP SCORING

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE STOP SCORING

ADVANCE

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE STOP SCORING

ADVANCE DELAY

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE STOP SCORING

ADVANCE DELAY

MAINTAIN POSSESSION

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE STOP SCORING

ADVANCE DELAY

MAINTAIN POSSESSION REGAIN POSSESSION

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

SCORE STOP SCORING

ADVANCE DELAY

MAINTAIN POSSESSION REGAIN POSSESSION

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS:DEFENDERS:

PENETRATION

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS:DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTH

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS:DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY BALANCE

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS:DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY BALANCE

WIDTH

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY BALANCE

WIDTHCONCENTRATION

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS:DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY BALANCE

WIDTHCONCENTRATION

CREATIVITY

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY BALANCE

WIDTHCONCENTRATION

CREATIVITYCOMPOSURE

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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PRINCIPLES OF PLAY

ATTACKERS: DEFENDERS:

PENETRATIONDELAY

DEPTHDEPTH

MOBILITY BALANCE

WIDTHCONCENTRATION

CREATIVITYCOMPOSURE

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1 - Lesson 2


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In AYSO,

It’s about more than the game !

AR-to-Basic Referee Course 1.1


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