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Referee Training 2013. Laws 7, 8, 9 and 10 INSTRUCTORS: George Compton & Neil Kendrick. What is the NORMAL time for a period of play? Can a referee shorten the halves on his/her own? Can you shorten the second half because of failing light?. LAW 7 The Duration of the Match.

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Referee training 2013

Referee Training 2013

Laws 7, 8, 9 and 10

INSTRUCTORS:

George Compton & Neil Kendrick


Law 7 the duration of the match

What is the NORMAL time for a period of play?

Can a referee shorten the halves on his/her own?

Can you shorten the second half because of failing light?

LAW 7The Duration of the Match


Law 7 the duration of the match1

What is the NORMAL time for a period of play?

Can a referee shorten the halves on his/her own?

Can you shorten the second half because of failing light?

Two equal halves of 45 minutes

Only with the agreement of the referee and both teams

NO. agreement to shorten play must be made before start of play

LAW 7The Duration of the Match


Law 7 the duration of the match2

LAW 7The Duration of the Match

  • Know the time of your assigned games!!

  • Youth games vary in time, ask the assignor for the duration of the halves.

  • Senior leagues may vary as well, ask, do not presume.


Law 7 the duration of the match3

What actions do you allow extra time for?

Do you add time for every substitution?

LAW 7The Duration of the Match


Law 7 the duration of the match4

What actions do you allow extra time for?

Do you add time for every substitution?

Substitutions, assessment of injuries, removal of injured players, wasting time, any other cause in the opinion of the referee

In youth games, substitutions are unlimited, add time only when time is being wasted.

LAW 7The Duration of the Match


Law 7 the duration of the match5

When can you add time to a half?

You abandon a game, what do you say when the coach asks, what happens now?

LAW 7The Duration of the Match


Law 7 the duration of the match6

When can you add time to a half?

You abandon a game, what do you say when the coach asks, what happens now?

You can add time only for the taking of a penalty shot.

BLOW YOUR WHISTLE WHEN TIME IS UP, DON’T EXTEND A GAME TO ALLOW A PLAY TO FINISH.

Tell the coach you will report the game abandoned, the league will decide what happens.

LAW 7The Duration of the Match


Law 8 the start and restart of play

LAW 8The Start and Restart of Play

  • Kick-offs and Dropped Balls

  • What do these two starts have in common?


Law 8 the start and restart of play1

LAW 8The Start and Restart of Play

  • They do not occur because of a foul or because the ball left the field!


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off

  • Procedure before kick-off.

    • Call captains to centre or wherever you want them.

    • Toss coin, have one captain choose heads or tails (usually visiting captain) (Display head or tail of coin)

    • Winner decides the goal they will attack in first half, loser takes the kick-off.

    • Note who the winner is. Start of second half, winner of original coin toss takes the kick off.


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off1

Name the times you have a kick-off.

Can a goal be scored directly from a kick-off?

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off2

Name the times you have a kick-off.

Can a goal be scored directly from a kick-off?

1) Start of game

2) After each goal

3) Start of second half

4) Start of each extra time period

YES. The ball is in play when it is kicked and moves forward.

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off


Insert video law 8

Insert Video Law 8


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off3

Name the times you have a kick-off.

Can a goal be scored directly from a kick-off?

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off4

Name the times you have a kick-off.

Can a goal be scored directly from a kick-off?

1) Start of game

2) After each goal

3) Start of second half

4) Start of each extra time period

YES. The ball is in play when it is kicked and moves forward.

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off5

At a kick-off, a defending player enters the centre circle before the ball is touched, what do you do?

At a kick-off, the player taking the kick-off inadvertently touches the ball twice before it has touched another player, what do you do?

Do you have to blow your whistle to start play?

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off


Law 8 the start and restart of play kick off6

At a kick-off, a defending player enters the centre circle before the ball is touched, what do you do?

At a kick-off, the player taking the kick-off inadvertently touches the ball twice before it has touched another player, what do you do?

Do you have to blow your whistle to start play?

Take the kick-off over

Blow your whistle, award an indirect free kick to the opposing team at the spot the ball was touched a second time.

You have to give a signal, whistle, gesture, voice command

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayKick-off


Law 8 the start and restart of play drop ball

LAW 8The Start and Restart of PlayDrop Ball

  • A dropped ball is a re-start used when the referee stops play while the ball is in play for any reason not mentioned elsewhere in the Laws of the Game.

  • Name three examples of stoppages you would use a drop ball to re-start:


Law 8 the start and restart of play drop ball1

LAW 8 The Start and Restart of PlayDrop Ball

  • 1) A dog runs on the field and interferes with play.

  • 2) A mother runs on the field because little Johnny has fallen and this is her precious.

  • 3) The referee has fallen and broken his finger.


Law 8 the start and restart of play drop ball2

Where do you re-start with a drop ball?

Can a goal be scored directly from a drop ball?

Can the referee determine how many players take part in the drop ball.

LAW 8 The Start and Restart of PlayDrop Ball


Law 8 the start and restart of play drop ball3

Where do you re-start with a drop ball?

Can a goal be scored directly from a drop ball?

Can the referee determine how many players take part in the drop ball.

Where ball was when play was stopped, if in goal area, on goal area line parallel to spot.

Ball is in play when it hits the ground. YES

The referee cannot decide who may or may not contest a drop ball.

LAW 8 The Start and Restart of PlayDrop Ball


Law 8 the start and restart of play drop ball4

LAW 8 The Start and Restart of PlayDrop Ball

  • What is a fair play drop ball?

  • You will not find it in the law book, it comes under LAW 18 - USE YOUR COMMON SENSE.

  • Example: Red player goes down seriously hurt, ball is in blue teams’ possession. Re-start by dropping ball and having red player kick it back to the blue team.


Law 9 the ball in and out of play

LAW 9The Ball In and Out of Play

  • The ball is out of play when:


Law 9 the ball in and out of play1

LAW 9The Ball In and Out of Play

  • The ball is out of play when:

  • It has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air

  • Play has been stopped by the referee


Law 9 the ball in and out of play2

LAW 9The Ball In and Out of Play

  • The referee or assistant decides when the ball is out of play. The assistant raises his flag, if the referee is alone, he blows his whistle.

  • Why blow the whistle? If you see ball is out blow the whistle to assure all players stop, because some coach will yell PLAY UNTIL THE WHISTLE BLOWS, that is how a player gets hurt.


Law 9 the ball in and out of play3

What do you do when the ball hits an assistant referee who is right on the touchline?

What do you do when the ball hits a tree that overhangs the field?

LAW 9The Ball In and Out of Play


Law 9 the ball in and out of play4

What do you do when the ball hits an assistant referee who is right on the touchline?

What do you do when the ball hits a tree that overhangs the field?

Play on, the referees are part of the field.

Blow your whistle, re-start with a dropped ball. Example Woodstock, Field by the road.

LAW 9The Ball In and Out of Play


Law 10 the method of scoring

LAW 10The Method of Scoring

  • A goal is scored when


Law 10 the method of scoring1

LAW 10The Method of Scoring

  • A goal is scored when

    • the whole of the ball passes over the goal line …

    • Between the goalposts and under the crossbar …

    • Provided that no infringement of the Laws of the Game has been committed previously by the team scoring the goal.


Law 10 the method of scoring2

If a referee signals a goal before the ball has passed wholly over the goal line and immediately realises his error, play shall be restarted with ?

What is the referee’s signal when a goal is scored?

LAW 10The Method of Scoring


Law 10 the method of scoring3

If a referee signals a goal before the ball has passed wholly over the goal line and immediately realises his error, play shall be restarted with ?

What is the referee’s signal when a goal is scored?

A dropped ball

The referee blows his whistle and points to centre.

LAW 10The Method of Scoring


Law 10 the method of scoring4

What is the assistant referee’s signal when a goal is scored?

Each team scores 2 goals, who wins?

LAW 10The Method of Scoring


Law 10 the method of scoring5

What is the assistant referee’s signal when a goal is scored?

Each team scores 2 goals, who wins?

Turn and run up the touchline towards the centre of the field, DO NOT raise your flag.

It is a draw and only if competition rules call for it do you go to either extra time or penalty kicks.

LAW 10The Method of Scoring


Law 10 the method of scoring6

When is a goal not a goal?

LAW 10The Method of Scoring


Law 10 the method of scoring7

When is a goal not a goal?

When a goalkeeper taking a goal kick kicks it into his own net.

When a player takes a direct free kick kicks it into his own net.

When a throw in goes directly into his own net.

When a player scores on his own net from a corner kick.

When the balls strikes an outside agent before entering the net.

LAW 10The Method of Scoring


Insert video liverpool southampton beachball goal

Insert Video Liverpool Southampton Beachball Goal


Thank you

THANK YOU

Read your Law Book at least once every two months


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