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Ottawa Carleton Futsal League. Briefing : Laws of the Game Bob Tibbo Updated October 12, 2004. Agenda. Referee – Coach – Player Relationships A Brief History of Futsal OCFL Laws Review Questions Final Word. Referee – Coach – Player Relationships. Myths. Referees are Blind

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Ottawa carleton futsal league

Ottawa Carleton Futsal League

Briefing :

Laws of the Game

Bob Tibbo

Updated October 12, 2004


Agenda

Agenda

  • Referee – Coach – Player Relationships

  • A Brief History of Futsal

  • OCFL Laws Review

  • Questions

  • Final Word


Referee coach player relationships

Referee – Coach – Player Relationships


Myths

Myths

  • Referees are Blind

  • Referees are Morons

  • Referees “Have it in for me!”

  • Referees are evil reptilian kitten eaters from another planet.


The truth

The Truth

  • Referees are not too Different from Soccer Coaches / Managers!

    • Is that possible?

    • Can it be true?

  • Referees are human beings

  • Referees love the game of Soccer / Futsal

  • Referees are here for the same reason as you are – they are “Giving back to their community”.


A brief history of futsal

A Brief History of Futsal

  • First 5-sided indoor game

    • 1930, Montevideo, Uruguay

    • Similar game in Sao Paolo, Brazil

  • First international competition in S.A – 1965

  • International Federation for Futebol de Sala (FIFUSA) was officially founded in Brazil in 1971

  • First 'official' FIFA Futsal World Championship in 1989 in Holland – “Futsal”

  • Now played on all continents

  • Millions of players world wide

  • FIFA Futsal World Championship

    • Taipei 10 – 27 November, 2004


Laws of the game

Laws of the Game


Law 1 the pitch

Law 1 – The Pitch

  • Length

    • Minimum 25 m

    • Maximum 42 m

  • Width

    • Minimum 15 m

    • Maximum 25 m

  • The lines belong to the areas of which they are boundaries

  • Penalty Area, Penalty Mark – 6m

  • Second Penalty Mark – 10m

  • Substitution Zone – at teams’ benches

    Note:Confirm lines to be used with the Referee!


Law 2 the ball

Law 2 – The Ball

  • Spherical

  • Leather or other suitable material

  • Circumference = 62 – 64 cm

  • Mass = 400 – 440 grams

  • Pressure = 0.4 – 0.6 atm

    Note:Does not bounce well!

    Bounce = 50 – 65 cm, dropped 2m


Law 3 the players

Law 3 – The Players

  • Minimum 4, maximum 5 players, inc. keeper

  • Maximum 7 substitutes

  • Unlimited substitutions

  • Substitutions when ball is in or out of play!

  • Sub only in your own substitution zone

    • In front of your team’s bench

  • Player out before sub comes in


Law 4 the players equipment

Law 4 – The Players Equipment

  • Jersey or shirt – numbered!

  • Shorts – Keeper may wear long pants

  • Socks

  • Shin Guards – covered entirely by the socks

  • If braces are worn, they must be covered – i.e. treated like shin guards

  • Footwear

  • No Jewelry


Law 5 6 7 the referees

Law 5, 6, 7 – The Referees

  • Enforces the Laws of the Game

  • “Second Referee”

    • Uses whistle

    • Delivers cards as appropriate

    • Has discretionary powers

  • In the event of a disagreement between the two referees, the referee’s decision shall prevail


Law 8 match duration

Law 8 – Match Duration

  • Two periods of 25 minutes each

  • Duration prolonged for a penalty kick

  • “Time-Outs”

    • One per team per half – no carry-over

    • One minute duration

    • Team must possess the ball

    • Ball out of play


Law 9 start restart of play

Law 9 – Start & Restart of Play

  • Kickoff

    • Coin toss – winner chooses starting half, other team starts with ball

    • Opponents 3m from ball

    • Ball moves forward

    • A goal may not be scored directly from a kickoff


Law 10 ball in and out of play

Law 10 – Ball in and out of Play

  • Ball out of play

    • “Wholly crossed” the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air

    • Play stopped by the referee

    • Hits the ceiling

  • Ball in play

    • Rebounds from goal post or crossbar

    • Rebounds from referee on the pitch


Law 12 fouls misconduct

Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Direct Free Kick – where the infringement occurred

    6 Offences – “careless, reckless, or using excessive force”

    • Kicks or attempts to kick an opponent

    • Trips or attempts to trip an opponent

    • Jumps at an opponent

    • Charges an opponent, even with the shoulder

    • Strikes or attempts to strike an opponent

    • Pushes an opponent


Law 12 fouls misconduct1

Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Direct Free Kick – where the infringement occurred

    Other offences

    • Holds an opponent

    • Spits at an opponent

    • Slides in an attempt to play the ball … (slide tackle) except for the goalkeeper in his own penalty area and provided that he does not play in a “careless, reckless way or use excessive force”.

    • Handles the ball deliberately, except keeper . . .


Law 12 fouls misconduct2

Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Direct Free Kick offences

    4 Hands

    • Push, Pull, Hold, Hand ball

      4 Feet

    • Kick, Trip, Jump, Slide tackle

      3 Body

    • Charge, Charge from behind, Violent Charge (i.e. no “50/50”)


Law 12 fouls misconduct3

Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Indirect Free Kick – where the infringement occurred

    Goalkeeper offences :

    • After releasing the ball from his possession, he receives it back from a team-mate without it first having passed beyond the halfway line or without it being played or touched by an opponent

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

    • Touches or controls the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a kick-in taken by a team-mate

    • Touches or controls the ball with his hands or feet, for more than four (4) seconds, except in the opponents’ half of the pitch


Law 12 fouls misconduct4

Law 12 – Fouls & Misconduct

  • Indirect Free Kick – where the infringement occurred, or from the penalty area line if the infringement occurred in the penalty area

    Player offences :

    “if, in the opinion of the referee . . .”

    • plays in a dangerous manner

    • deliberately impedes the progress of an opponent when the ball is not being played

    • prevents the goalkeeper from releasing the ball from his hands

    • commits any other offence, not previously mentioned in Law 12, for which play is stopped to caution or dismiss a player


Law 12 disciplinary sanctions

Law 12 – Disciplinary Sanctions

  • Cautionable Offences – “Yellow Card”

    • is guilty of unsporting behavior

    • shows dissent by word or action

    • persistently infringes the Laws of the Game

    • delays the restart of play

    • fails to respect the required distance when play is restarted with a corner kick, kick-in, free kick, or goal clearance

    • enters or re-enters the pitch without the referee’s permission or infringes the substitution procedure

    • deliberately leaves the pitch without the referee’s permission

  • Indirect free kick – from where infringement occurred


Law 12 disciplinary sanctions1

Law 12 – Disciplinary Sanctions

  • Sending-Off Offences – “Red Card”

    • is guilty of serious foul play

    • is guilty of violent conduct

    • spits at an opponent or any other person

    • denies the opposing team a goal or obvious goal-scoring opportunity by deliberately handling the ball (except the Keeper)

    • denies the opposing team a goal or obvious goal-scoring opportunity by an offence punishable by a free kick or penalty

    • uses offensive, insulting, or abusive language – indirect restart

    • receives a second caution in the same match – indirect restart


Law 12 disciplinary sanctions2

Law 12 – Disciplinary Sanctions

  • Sending-Off Offences – “Red Card”

    – resulting team complement :

    • Player sent off - cannot play – leaves vicinity

    • Replacement player may enter the pitch after two (2) minutes

    • Team playing 4 against 5 when scored upon may replace player

    • Team playing 3 against 5 when scored upon may replace one player

    • Teams playing 4 against 4 or 3 against 3 when scored upon may not replace player


Law 13 free kicks

Law 13 – Free Kicks

  • Direct free kick – goal can be scored

  • Indirect free kick – goal cannot be scored

  • All opponents 3 m from the ball

  • Four (4) seconds to put the ball in play


Law 14 accumulated fouls

Law 14 – Accumulated Fouls

  • Direct free kick fouls only

  • First five (5) by each team in each half are recorded

  • Beginning with the sixth (6th) foul :

    • No wall

    • Identify player to take kick

    • Keeper in penalty area and 3m from ball

    • Other players behind ball, 3m from ball

    • Must attempt to score

    • Must then touch keeper or goalpost/crossbar

    • No further away than 10m spot, no closer than 6m spot


Law 15 the penalty kick

Law 15 – The Penalty Kick

  • Direct free kick foul committed in own penalty area

  • Goal may be scored directly from penalty kick

  • Identify player to take kick

  • Goalkeeper on goal line, facing kicker

  • Must kick the ball forward


Law 16 the kick in

Law 16 – The Kick-In

  • When the whole of the ball passes over a touch line, either on the ground or in the air, or hits the ceiling

  • From the place where the ball crossed the touch line

  • To the opponents of the team who last touched the ball

  • Ball stationary, on the line

  • Player has part of each foot on or outside the touch line

  • Opponents 3m from the ball

  • Player has 4 seconds to put the ball in play

  • May kick to Keeper – use feet only


Law 17 the goal clearance

Law 17 – The Goal Clearance

  • When the whole of the ball, having last touched a player of the attacking team, passes over the goal line, either on the ground or in the air

  • Keeper throws ball from anywhere in penalty area to outside penalty area – if not the goal clearance is retaken

  • Ball must touch floor in Keeper’s own half

  • Opponents outside penalty area

  • Keeper has 4 seconds to put the ball in play

  • Keeper may not touch the ball a second time until it has passed over centre, or has touched opponents – infringement is indirect free kick

  • No “Drop Kick” – any time


Law 18 the corner kick

Law 18 – The Corner Kick

  • When the whole of the ball, having last touched a player of the defending team, passes over the goal line, either on the ground or in the air

  • Ball in corner arc

  • Opponents 3 m from the ball

  • Player has 4 seconds to put the ball in play

  • Player may not touch the ball a second time until it has touched another player – infringement is indirect free kick


Ocfl co ed specific laws

OCFL – Co-Ed Specific Laws

  • Two people of each sex on court always

  • Team playing without proper combination forfeits one goal per half, and team plays short

  • When team is able to play with proper combination, they may, but goal stands

  • Bad combination after line change or injury

    • Two-minute penalty, then other laws apply


Futsal referee classes

Class 4

Class 3

Class 2

Class 1

Entry LevelNot Futsal BeforeAll have FIFA exp.

CompetitiveMin 2 yrs exp.

SeniorMen’s Premier

Provincial

Futsal Referee Classes


Futsal referee classes1

Class 4

Class 3

Class 2

Class 1

U9, U10, U12 BoysU9, U10, U12, U14 Girls

Youth CompetitiveWomen, Co-Ed,Men Div 1, 2, 3Men Premier – Second Ref

Senior Referee forMen’s Premier

All

Futsal Referee Classes


Questions

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Questions ?


Major issues to improve

Major Issues to Improve

  • Consistency of lines

    • Futsal (Franco West), 3-point, White box

  • Consistency in calling fouls

    • No Charging, No 50/50, No Advantage

  • Consistency in enforcing laws

    • Foot position on kick-in

    • 4-seconds


Quick points to remember

Quick Points to Remember

  • Back to the Keeper, over centre or touch opponent

  • No Charging, No 50/50, No Advantage

  • Accumulated Fouls – 6th foul = shot from 2nd penalty spot

  • Player Equipment –

    • Proper shirts, covered guards, no jewelry

  • No goal from kickoff

  • Goal Clearance, no throw over half

  • No Drop Kick

  • 4 Second rule


The final word

The Final Word


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