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  1. Instructors Certified Referee Instructors Vince Redmond Maurice Kamhi Mary Kamhi Regional Commissioner Christen Jackson: christenjacksonayso154@gmail.com Regional Referee Administrator Vince Redmond: cypress154rra@gmail.com Coach Administrator Jodie Thomas: jodiethomas154@gmail.com Youth Referee Coordinator Troy Baron: youthrefprogram154@gmail.com 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  2. Regional Referee Online Companion Course Welcome This Course is training for AYSO volunteers wanting to referee soccer matches at U10 and below This Clinic is also referred to as the “Regional Referee Online Companion Course” Please sign the roster for your attendance!!! Volunteers need to register on www.AYSO154Cypress.org Register on www.aysou.org for Safe Haven and Concussion, use same log-in and username as you did for the Volunteer form. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  3. AYSO Basic Referee Class Introductions Course Topics & Agenda - • Referee & Asst. Referee • Referee Mechanics • Build Out Line (U8/U10 only) • Field Session • Restarts, Stopping Play, Fouls & Misconduct and Offside • Regional Ref Equipment (Ref shirt, whistle, patch, match wallet, flip coin) • Information about Mentoring, Matchtrak, etc. will be emailed to you by Vince. • U10 and above matches, centers will be covered. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  4. AYSO Philosophies Good Sportsmanship Everyone Plays Balanced Teams Open Registration Positive Coaching Player Development 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  5. Halfway Line Goal Line Corner Flag Halfway Flag Penalty Area Goal Area Goal Penalty Arc Penalty Mark Center Circle Corner Arc Field of Play Touch Line 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  6. Referee and Asst. Referee Mechanics 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  7. What are the Duties of the Referee ? • Keep a record of the match • Timekeeper • Scorekeeper • Control substitutions • File a written report • Stop play for injury • Restart play when it has been stopped • Suspend/terminate a match for cause • Safe, Fair, Fun 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  8. REFEREE COMMUNICATION / SIGNALS Use Your Whistle Use Your Voice Use Hand Signals 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  9. Use your voice! Blow your whistle! Be confident! Make a bad call, move on quickly! 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  10. ASST. REFEREE DUTIES AND SIGNALS • Neutral Assistant Referee: • Indicate ball out of play • Indicate which side gets • throw-in, goal kick or corner kick • Indicate when offside infringement has occurred • Indicate when substitution is desired • Assist the referee to control the game 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  11. ASST. REFEREE DUTIES AND SIGNALS • FLAG SIGNALS: • Throw-in • Goal Kick • Corner Kick • Offside • Goal • Other 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  12. Pre-game Duties and Activities Brief Assistant Referee Club Linesmen Non-neutral; Explain expectations; Put at ease; Only call in/out of play; Stays only at corner of Goal Line/Touch Line Raise flag straight up when ball has gone completely over the line. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  13. Referee Communication & The Diagonal System of Control AR • At any given moment, two officials should be in position to view play from different angles. • Eye contact between CR & AR is important CR AR 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  14. Referee Hand Signals Goal Kick Corner Kick Indirect Free Kick Direct Free Kick Throw-in Goal 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  15. Field Session 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  16. Pre-game Duties and Activities Arrive early Check field and equipment Introduce yourself to the Coaches Check players equipment Brief Assistant Referees Conduct coin toss 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  17. Pre-game Duties and Activities Arrive early At least 15 minutes prior to game time (20-30 mins if first game of the day) In proper uniform 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  18. Pre-game Duties and Activities Arrive early With required equipment 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  19. Pre-game Duties and Activities Check Field and Equipment Markings Holes, glass, rocks, debris, etc. Goals (properly secured) Nets (secured, no holes/gaps) Corner flags Ball 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  20. Pre-game Duties and Activities Introduce Yourself to the Coaches Learn their namesand write them down Be approachable, not flippant, coldor arrogant 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  21. 123 U10 ABC Blue Angels Blue/White Jane Doe John Doe Mia Hamm 5 West 5/13/18 12:15 Pre Game Duties *Collect card from each coach. *Top of card filled in. *Players should be in numeric order. *All players on team should be listed, even if not playing. 3 Julie Foudy 7 Tiffeny Milbrett 9 Cindy Parlow 11 Abby Wambach 13 Kristine Lilly 15 Michelle Akers 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  22. Pre-game Duties and Activities Check players equipment Team Uniform Shirt, Shorts, Shoes, Socks, Shinguards If thermal shorts are worn, they must be the same color as the shorts Shinguards must be under the socks Goalkeeper’s shirt must be distinguishable from all other players and the referee 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  23. Pre-game Duties and Activities Check players equipment Nothing dangerous (in your opinion) No jewelry, watches, earrings No casts or splints (even if padded) Knee braces are okay, but only if padded and safe to all players (in your opinion) Medical alert bracelets may be worn, but must be secured to the player with tape, cloth wristband or something similar that is safe. The information must remain visible 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  24. Pre-game Duties and Activities Brief Assistant Referees Neutral AR’s: Work as a team Follow standard signals Discuss non-standard signals 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  25. Pre-game Duties and Activities The Ball • Spherical and safe (not torn) • Firm, but yields ¼ inch to thumb pressure • Size 3 for U-6 & U-8 • Size 4 for U-10 & U-12 • Size 5 for U-14 and above 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

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  27. Number of Players • Regulation AYSO matches (U-14+) have a maximum of 11 players and a minimum of 7. Younger age groups play short-sided games. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  28. Game Duration by Division • Length of halves may be altered for tournament or competition play 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  29. Post-game Duties Collect the game ball and return to owner. Supervise team handshake Complete lineup card and misconduct report (if any) Congratulate referee team and seek feedback 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  30. 123 U10 ABC Blue Angels Blue/White Jane Doe John Doe Mia Hamm 5 X 5/13/18 West 12:15 1 - 1 N/A 3 - 2 Post Game Duties • Collect cards. • Verify score is correct on both cards. • Make sure names of the Referee and Asst. Refs. are written legibly. • Print legibly on back of card for any notes. • Have each coach initial both cards agreeing with the results. • Return to Referee Mailbox along the Lexington/Arnold fence. I I X 3 X Julie Foudy X 7 Tiffeny Milbrett 9 Cindy Parlow 11 Abby Wambach I X 13 Kristine Lilly X 15 Michelle Akers Blue Angels Red Devils 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  31. Post Game Duties • Collect cards • Make sure written name by Referee and Asst. Refs are printed on 2 cards • Verify score is correct on both cards • Print legibly on back of card which coach you are representing • Return to Referee mailbox 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  32. OFFSIDE Offside - The shortest law with the most interpretations! 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  33. OFFSIDE The Offside Law is the only law that restricts tactical positioning during dynamic play. The offside law is intended to ensure that players earn the right to shoot on goal. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  34. OFFSIDE Elements of the offside infraction: Position Time of Judgment Active Involvement All three elements must be present or there cannot be an infraction 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  35. OFFSIDE Offside Position A Player is in an offside position if he is: In the opponents’ half of the field; Closer to the opponents’ goal line than at least two opponents; and Closer to the opponents’ goal line than the ball All three elements must be present or the player is not in an offside position, and there cannot be an infraction 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  36. Offside Position It is not an offence to be in an offside position It just means that player is momentarily off his team. He cannot interfere with play or any of the opposing players. He cannot have any involvement in the match. He’s off his team. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  37. OFFSIDE Time of Judgment Offside Position is judged at the moment the ball touchesor is played by one of his team 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  38. OFFSIDE Active Involvement A player may be involved in active play by: Interfering with play; Interfering with an opponent; or Gaining an advantage by being in that position. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  39. OFFSIDE Once all three of these conditions have been met: POSITION TIME OF JUDGMENT ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT An offside infraction has occurred An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team from the place the infringement occurred. 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  40. OFFSIDE Exceptions There is no offence if a player receives the ball directly from: Goal Kick Corner Kick Throw-In 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  41. Direction of attack AR OFFSIDE A1 A2 D A A D A 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  42. Direction of attack AR NOT OFFSIDE D A1 A A A2 D A 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  43. Direction of attack AR NOT OFFSIDE D A1 A A A2 D A A A3 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  44. Direction of attack AR NOT OFFSIDE Goal Kick A2 A1 A A D A D 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  45. Direction of attack AR OFFSIDE A D D A Deflection off goalpost or goalkeeper 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  46. Direction of attack AR NOT OFFSIDE D A D A 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  47. Direction of attack AR OFFSIDE A A A D D 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  48. Direction of attack AR OFFSIDE A D D A 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  49. Direction of attack AR OFFSIDE D A A A D D 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course

  50. Direction of attack AR NOT OFFSIDE D A A D A D 2019 Regional Referee Online Companion Course