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  1. Law 12 & 13 Fouls and MisconductFree Kicks -- Review

  2. Soccer should be Safe, Fair, and Fun.When it stops being safe or fair, the referee stops play.

  3. Foul Criteria • Ball is in play • Occurs on the field • Player against opponent (except for 4 goalkeeper nonpenal fouls)

  4. Foul Types • DFK Fouls (penal) – generally physical contact • IFK fouls (non-penal) – technical, non-contact

  5. Restarts AfterFoul or Misconduct • Direct Free Kick • Indirect Free Kick • Penalty Kick

  6. Six DFK fouls must be careless, reckless, or with excessive force. • Feet – 1. Kicks or attempts to 2. Trips or attempts to • Body – 3. Charges 4. Jumps at • Hand / Arm – 5. Pushes 6. Strikes or attempts to

  7. Four other DFK fouls occur simply by committing the offense. • When tackling an opponent to gain possession of the ball, making contact with the opponent before the ball. • Holds an opponent. • Spits at an opponent. • Handles the ball deliberately.

  8. 4 Most CommonDFK Fouls In U 10 Tripping Pushing Holding Handles the ball deliberately

  9. There are eightIFK fouls. • Four are committed by the goalkeeper. • Four can be committed by any player.

  10. Non-Penal Fouls by GoalkeeperReduce delay and encourage flow. • Takes more than 6 seconds to release ball • Handles ball again after releasing it • Handles a ball deliberately kicked to him by a teammate • Handles ball directly from a throw-in by a teammate

  11. Non-Penal Fouls by Any Player • Plays in dangerous manner • Ex: Stays on ground in midst of a scrum • Ex: Kicking above the waist near opponent • Ex: Heading a low ball near opponent • Impedes progress of opponent to ball • Prevents goalkeeper from punting ball • Commits any other offense not mentioned which results in a caution or dismissal Module 10

  12. Free Kicks • Direct – Kicker can score directly. • Indirect – Cannot score directly. Another touch required.

  13. Free Kicks • Ball Stopped at point of foul • In play when touched (and exits penalty area if inside) • No “double touches” • Opponents 10 yards away • Quick restarts allowed • Cannot score against self

  14. Indirect Free Kicks • Referee arm straight up • If kicked into goal, goal kick for defenders. • No closer than edge of goal area. • If exiting goal area, placed anywhere in goal area.

  15. Review Question The player who puts the ball into play on a free kick or penalty kick, may not touch the ball a second time until it is touched by a second player. True or False

  16. True

  17. Review Question A referee must hold his arm in the air on an IFK until it either goes out of play or is touched by a second player. True or False

  18. True

  19. Review Question A defender is taking a free kick from inside his own penalty area. The ball is in play as soon as he kicks it. True or False

  20. False

  21. Review Question When play is stopped for one of the penal fouls, but the foul was not too bad, the restart is an indirect free kick. True or False

  22. False

  23. Review Question A player taking an indirect free kick shoots it directly into the opponents goal, without anyone else touching it. Is it a goal? What is the restart?

  24. No goalGoal kick

  25. Review Question The most common IFK (non-penal) foul seen in U 10 games is:

  26. DangerousPlay

  27. Review Question The four most common DFK (penal) fouls seen in U 10 games are: (Hint: 3 involve the hand 1 involves the foot)

  28. HoldingPushingDeliberate hand ballTripping

  29. Law 12 & 13 Fouls and MisconductFree Kicks -- Review