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Offside Examples. Diagram 1. B. A. Should we declare “B” offside? Or should we wait ? . declare. wait. Clear Pass to Teammate. B. A. Yes. Now should we penalize “B”. No. Clear Pass to Teammate. B. A. Correct, “B” is offside. Diagram 2. B. A. Yes.

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Diagram 1
Diagram 1

B

A

Should we declare “B” offside?

Or should we wait ?

declare

wait


Clear pass to teammate
Clear Pass to Teammate

B

A

Yes

Now should we penalize “B”

No


Clear pass to teammate1
Clear Pass to Teammate

B

A

Correct, “B” is offside


Diagram 2
Diagram 2

B

A

Yes

Should we declare “B” offside?

No


Clear pass to teammate2
Clear Pass to Teammate

B

A

We need to know where “B” was when the pass was made!


Not offside

B

B

Not Offside

A

“B” was in onside position when the pass was made


Diagram 3
Diagram 3

A

B

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Clear pass to teammate3
Clear Pass to Teammate

A

A

B

Should we declare “A” offside?

Or should we wait?

declare

wait



Diagram 4
Diagram 4

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Assistant referee position
Assistant Referee Position

AR

B

A

The assistant referee is responsible

for making the determination


Not offside1
Not Offside

AR

B

A


Diagram 5
Diagram 5

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Clear pass to teammate5
Clear Pass to Teammate

AR

B

A

Any two opponents count, not

just goalkeeper and defender


Not offside2
Not Offside

AR

B

A


Diagram 6
Diagram 6

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Running back for the ball
Running Back for the Ball

B

B

A

Yes

No

Was “B” in an offside position

when the ball was played to him/her?



Diagram 7
Diagram 7

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Running back for the ball2
Running Back for the Ball

B

B

A

Yes

No

Was “B” in an offside position

when the ball was played to him/her?



Diagram 8
Diagram 8

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Shot on goal
Shot on Goal

B

A

Yes

No

Shot by “A” deflected by keeper

to “B” - is “B” offside?


Shot on goal1
Shot on Goal

B

A

Offside


Diagram 9
Diagram 9

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Shot on goal2
Shot on Goal

B

A

Yes

No

Shot by “A” deflected by keeper

to “B” - is “B” offside?


Shot on goal3
Shot on Goal

B

A

Offside


Diagram 10
Diagram 10

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Rebound from goalpost
Rebound from Goalpost

B

A

Yes

No

Shot by “A” rebounds from goalpost

kicked in by “B” - offside?



Diagram 11
Diagram 11

A

B

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Rebound from crossbar
Rebound from Crossbar

B

A

A

B

Yes

No

“A” shots at goal, ball rebounds

from crossbar back to “A”, “B”

moves to goal - is “A” or “B” offside?


Rebound from crossbar1
Rebound from Crossbar

B

A

Yes

No

Goalkeeper moves to block 2nd shot,

“A” passes to “B” - “B” offside?



Diagram 12
Diagram 12

B

1

A

“A” shoots at goal, “B” in off-side position - infringement?

Yes

No


Ball deflected by defender
Ball Deflected by Defender

B

1

1

A

Yes

No

Defender “1” moves to block but

ball glances off foot to “B” - offside?



Diagram 13
Diagram 13

B

1

2

A

“A” shoots at goal, “B” in off-side position - infringement?

Yes

No


Obstructing the goalkeeper
Obstructing the Goalkeeper

B

1

2

A

“B” is interfering with the goalkeeper

by blocking his/her view



Diagram 14
Diagram 14

B

2

1

A

“A” shoots at goal, “B” in off-side position - infringement?

Yes

No


Obstructing an opponent
Obstructing an Opponent

B

2

1

B

Yes

A

No

“B” moves to prevent “Blue 2” from

intercepting the shot - Offside?


Obstructing an opponent1
Obstructing an Opponent

B

2

1

B

A

Offside


Diagram 15
Diagram 15

A

C

B

Yes

No

“A” takes corner-kick, ball goes to “B”

who shoots at goal. “C” offside?


After a corner kick
After a Corner Kick

A

C

B

Yes

No

As ball is passing by, “C”

redirects ball into goal - infringement?


After a corner kick1
After a Corner Kick

A

C

B

Offside


Diagram 16
Diagram 16

A

B

Yes

No

“A” takes corner kick, ball goes to “B”

who kicks ball into goal. Goal?


After a corner kick2
After a Corner Kick

A

B

A player cannot be declared offside

on a corner kick


Not offside3
Not Offside

A

B

GOAL!


Diagram 17
Diagram 17

A

B

1

“A” takes corner kick, ball deflects

from “Blue 1 ” to “B”.


After a corner kick3
After a Corner Kick

A

B

1

Yes

No

“B” kicks the ball into the goal.

Is there an offside infringement?


Not offside4
Not Offside

A

B

1

“B” receives ball not directly from

corner kick but from an opponent.


Offside Q&A

You have completed the Law XI Q&A.

We hope this helps you better interpret the Offside Law.

Quit

Retake


Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside Q&A

  • There isnooffside offense if a player receives the ball directly from:

  • a goal kick

  • a throw-in

  • a corner kick

Return


Offside Q&A

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

  • a goal kick

  • a throw-in

  • a corner kick

Return


Offside Q&A

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

  • a goal kick

  • a throw-in

  • a corner kick

Return


Elements of the offside law
Elements of the Offside Law

  • Player was in opponent’s half of field

  • Player was nearer opponent’s goal line than ball

  • Player was nearer opponent’s goal line than at least to opponents

  • Player was involved in active play

  • Player received ball from teammate

  • Not on corner kick, goal kick or throw-in

Return


Offside Position vs. Infraction

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position


So what’s the answer?

Neither “A” nor “B” should be penalized for offside.

Although “B” is now in an offside position, he/she should not be penalized unless he/she becomes involved in active play.

Let’s see what happens next.


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