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LAW 13 Free kicks. An OVERVIEW. LAW 14 Penalty Kicks. DEFINITION OF A FREE KICK. “The way play is restarted after the referee has stopped play for an infraction”. DFK (Direct Free Kick) “One Touch”. IFK (Indirect Free Kick) “Second Touch Required”.

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LAW 13

Free kicks

An OVERVIEW

LAW 14

Penalty Kicks

definition of a free kick
DEFINITION OF A FREE KICK

“The way play is restarted after the referee has stopped play for an infraction”

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DFK (Direct Free Kick)

“One Touch”

IFK (Indirect Free Kick)

“Second Touch Required”

THERE ARE ONLY 2 TYPES OF FREE KICKS

direct free kick
DIRECT FREE KICK
  • One of the 10 DFK fouls
  • Outside penalty area of offending team
  • Can score directly against opponent

GOAL!

B

A

a special type of dfk the penalty kick
A SPECIAL TYPE OF DFK … The PENALTY KICK

A penalty kick is awarded when

a defender

commits any of the 10 DFK fouls

inside their own penalty area

against an opponent *

while ball is in play

*Handling the ball is an exception

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POSITIONING DIAGRAM for The PENALTY KICK

AR

AR is the goal judge

R

Note the positions of the Referee and Assistant Referee

indirect free kick
INDIRECT FREE KICK
  • One of the 7 IFK fouls
  • Cannot score directly against opponent
  • Ball must touch another player!

GOAL!

B

A

free kick rules
FREE KICK “RULES”

Ball placed at point of infraction

3 Exceptions

goal area requirements
GOAL AREA REQUIREMENTS

Exception #1 (Defenders)

DFK or IFK given to a team within own Goal Area

Ball may be placed anywhere within goal area

All opponents must be at least 10 yards away AND outside Penalty Area

Ball must clear Penalty Area prior to 2nd touch

goal area requirements1
GOAL AREA REQUIREMENTS

Exception #2 (Attackers)

IFK given to a team within opponent’s Goal Area

Ball is moved out to nearest point on the

Goal Area Line parallel to the Goal Line for IFK

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PENALTY KICK REQUIREMENTSException #3 (Attackers and Defenders)

AR

R

Ball is placed on the Penalty Mark.

free kick rules1
FREE KICK “RULES”
  • Ball placed at point of infraction (3 exceptions)
  • Ball must be stationary
  • No encroachment by opponents
  • DFK & IFK - ball may be kicked in any direction
  • Penalty Kick – ball must be kicked forward
  • Ball is in play when it is kicked and moves (and leaves penalty area if appropriate)
  • No “double touch” by kicker
  • Cannot score directly (first touch) against self
ball in play vs goal scored
BALL IN PLAY VS. GOAL SCORED

Ball is “in play” when:

  • Kicked and moves AND
  • Leaves Penalty Area (if appropriate)

Goal can be scored when:

  • Ball is “in play” AND
  • Ball is kicked into opponents goal AND
  • On IFK only - if ball is touched by 2nd player