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Laws of the Game and SABR Referees Presented to SABR Coaches Saturday, October 11, 2008 Field of Play* Ball* Number of Players* (Substitutions) Players Equipment Referee Assistant Referee Duration of the Match* Start and Restart of Play Ball in and Out of Play Method Scoring Offside*

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Laws of the Game and SABR Referees

Presented to SABR Coaches

Saturday, October 11, 2008


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Field of Play*

Ball*

Number of Players* (Substitutions)

Players Equipment

Referee

Assistant Referee

Duration of the Match*

Start and Restart of Play

Ball in and Out of Play

Method Scoring

Offside*

Fouls & Misconduct*

Free Kicks

Penalty Kick

Throw-In*

Goal Kick

Corner Kick

Seventeen (17) Laws of the Game

*May be modified for SABR youth games


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Field of Play

Ball

Number of Players (Substitutions)

Players Equipment

Referee

Assistant Referee

Duration of the Match

Start and Restart of Play

Ball in and Out of Play

Method Scoring

Offside

Fouls & Misconduct

Free Kicks

Penalty Kick

Throw-In

Goal Kick

Corner Kick

Commonly Misunderstood Laws of the Game


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Law 3 - Number of Players

All teams must have a goalie regardless of the number of players


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Forfeit

  • If one or both teams does not have the minimum number of players, then they have to forfeit

  • If the coaches want to play short-handed, the referee will stay and referee the game (they are getting paid and we need to be there for purposes of safety)

  • If a team’s coach does not show up, then they are not permitted to play – period!


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Law 3 – Number of Players (Substitutions)

  • Allowed:

    • On YOUR OWN team’s throw in

    • On either team's goal kick

    • After a goal

    • After a water break or half

    • After the regular time of the game has expired if an overtime period is provided

    • After an injury stoppage of play by referee

  • NOT Allowed:

    • On a corner kick

    • During an opponent’s throw in 

    • Other stoppage of play by referee not mentioned above


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Law 10 - Method of Scoring

  • Ball must:

    • Pass ENTIRELY over the goal line,

    • In between the goalposts,

    • Under the crossbars, and

    • On the ground or in the air

  • Not a goal if:

    • There is an infringement of the Laws of the Game by the team scoring the goal

    • Ball is kicked into your own goal on a free kick – corner kick is awarded to opponent

  • Goal MAY be scored directly from a Kickoff or a Goal Kick (but only against the opposing team)


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Law 11 - Offside

  • Only applicable for U11 and older

  • Offside Position is when a player is nearer to opponent’s goal line than both the ball and the second to last opponent

  • Offside Offense occurs if the player in the offside position is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play when the ball is kicked


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Law 11 – Offside

  • Player in offside position is considered involved in active play by:

    • Playing or touching the ball passed or touched by a teammate

    • Preventing an opponent from playing or being able to play the ball by obstructing the opponent’s line of vision or movement

    • Gaining an advantage by being in an offside position and then playing a ball that rebounds to the player


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Law 11 – Offside

  • There is NO offside offense if the player receives the ball directly from:

    • A goal kick

    • A throw in

    • A corner kick

  • For an offside offense an Indirect Kick is awarded to the opposing team


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Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Direct Free Kick is awarded when a player commits any of the following six offenses against an opponent in a manner considered by the referee to be careless, reckless or using excessive force:

    • Kicks or attempts to kick

    • Trips or attempts to trip

    • Jumps

    • Charges

    • Strikes or attempts to strike

    • Pushes


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Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Direct Free Kick is also awarded when a player commits any of the following four offenses:

    • Tackles making contact with opponent before touching the ball

    • Holds

    • Spits

    • Handles the ball deliberately (except the goalkeeper)

  • Penalty Kick is awarded if any of the above ten offenses is committed by a player inside his own penalty area


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Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Handling the Ball Deliberately generally means using your hand or arm to deflect a ball and as a result you gain an advantage

  • A foul will generally not be called if, in the opinion of the referee, the player:

    • Inadvertently touches the ball with their hand or arm and does not gain an advantage

    • Gets hit in the hand or arm as they are trying to protect themselves


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Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Indirect Free Kick is awarded when a goalkeeper, inside his/her own penalty area, commits any of the four offenses:

    • Takes more than 6 seconds to release the ball from his/her possession

    • Touches the ball again after he/she releases the ball, but before another player touches

    • Touches the ball with his/her hands after it has been deliberately kick to him by a teammate

    • Touches the ball with his/her hands after he has received it directly from a throw in by a teammate


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Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Indirect Free Kick is also awarded when in the opinion of the referee a player:

    • Plays in a dangerous manner

    • Impedes the progress of the opponent

    • Prevents goalkeeper from the releasing the ball from his hands

    • Player commits an Offside offense (NOT a foul or misconduct)

    • Commits any other offense not previously mentioned for which play stopped to caution (Yellow Card) or dismiss a player (Red Card)


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Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Yellow Card

    • Player is Cautioned

    • Must be removed from the game and substituted as a “cool down” period until the next opportunity for a substitution

  • Red Card

    • Player is Dismissed

    • Must leave the vicinity of the field

    • The player MAY NOT be substituted

  • Although not shown a Red Card, coaches or spectators may also be asked to leave the field for misconduct


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Law 13 – Free Kicks

  • Direct Free Kick

    • Can be directly shot on the goal and scored without another player touching the ball

    • Signaled by referee with a whistle and arm raised at an angle pointing in the direction of the free kick to be taken

  • Indirect Free Kick

    • Must be touched by another player on either team before it can be scored as a goal

    • Signaled by referee with a whistle and arm raised straight up and is not lowered until after another player touches the ball or it goes out of play

  • Be sure to teach your players the difference in these signals by the referee


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Other Considerations

  • Coaches need to stay within their Technical Area during the game

    • ~10 yards on either side of the centerline

    • ~ 2 yards behind the touch line

  • Players must stay on the field during water breaks and no coaching is permitted

  • Jewelryis NOT allowed,period – must be removed, and cannot be taped


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SABR Referees

  • Certified by USSF to enforce the “Laws of the Game”

  • Ages range from 13 and older

  • Referees are assigned by experience level

  • Referees are never assigned to referee their own age group or older

  • Never talk to or approach a referee during a game – this includes team spectators

  • If you need clarification on a call, wait until after the game to discuss with them


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Two Basic Rules for Soccer Referees

Rule #1:

Soccer referees are always right!

Rule #2:

When in doubt, refer to Rule #1!

  • If you have any issues with a referee notify:

    • Brian Behrman/SABR Game Assignor at [email protected]

    • Tim Sharp/SABR Director Referees at [email protected]


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Lightning Policy

See attached


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Coaches Lead by Example and Thanks for All You Do For Our Kids!

Your SABR Referees


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Questions?


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