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Football. Officials and Their Responsibilities. 3 – Referee, Linesman and Umpire – High School below Varsity 4 – Referee, Linesman, Umpire and Line Judge – High School Varsity 5 – Referee, Linesman, Umpire, Line Judge and Back Judge – High School Playoff, Small College

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officials and their responsibilities
Officials and Their Responsibilities
  • 3 – Referee, Linesman and Umpire – High School below Varsity
  • 4 – Referee, Linesman, Umpire and Line Judge – High School Varsity
  • 5 – Referee, Linesman, Umpire, Line Judge and Back Judge – High School Playoff, Small College
  • 6 – Referee, Linesman, Umpire, Line Judge, Back Judge and Side Judge – College
  • 7 – Referee, Linesman, Umpire, Line Judge, Back Judge, Side Judge and Field Judge - Professional
pregame responsibilities
Pregame Responsibilities
  • Referee
    • Visit team dressing rooms to provide each head coach with a list of officials, discuss special situation and verbally verify in the presence of the umpire that the players are legally equipped
    • Conduct the pregame official conference
    • Approve the clock operator and review timing procedures
    • Conduct pregame toss and introduce team captions to each other
linesman
Linesman
  • Secure stakes, chain and down markers
  • With the line-to-gain, review do’s and don’ts .. i.e. moving the chains and down marker / acting in a partisan manner / measuring for first down
umpire
Umpire
  • Accompany referee to locker room to check player equipment
line judge
Line Judge
  • Check proper working order of the clock and have an auxiliary timing device available
  • Assist in starting the game on time
  • Orient the ball boys
important routine procedures
Important Routine Procedures
  • Starting and Stopping the clock
  • Measurement for 1st down
  • Relocating the ball and the chain
  • Administering Penalties
referee
Referee
  • Is responsible for fouls committed by or against a passer and against a punter
  • Rules on illegal passes and watches for illegal blocks behind the scrimmage line
  • Shares responsibility for any illegal motion other then when an offensive back is in lateral motion, which is the resp. of the flank official
  • Trails the ball carrier on running plays and frequently whistles the ball dead
  • Can assist in spotting the ball
  • Executes the “ready for play” signal
  • Starts game clock and play clock
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Umpire
  • Chief resp. is looking for fouls by interior linesman
  • Shares calling resp. on encroachment and false starts
  • Follow the ball on running plays and look for fouls adjacent to the ball carrier
  • On passing places his primary resp. is looking for ineligible receivers downfield
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Linesman
  • Encroachments or false starts
  • Considered and flank official he helps determine forward progress
  • Checks for illegal contact out of bounds
  • Observes contact between pass receivers and defensive backs
  • Maintains close contact with line-to-gain crew
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Line Judge
  • Basically same as Linesman
  • Primary coverage of the goal line and end line