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  1. WELCOME

  2. IHSAA SOCCER RULES INTERPRETATION

  3. 2009-2010NFHS Soccer RulesPowerPoint

  4. GENERAL ITEMS OF CONCERN 1. Tournament Dates 2. Rating Officials on-line

  5. GENERAL ITEMS OF CONCERN (Cont.) 3. Unsporting Behavior 4. Ball People – 2 from home team

  6. GENERAL ITEMS OF CONCERN (Cont.) 5. Use of electronic devises during contest - violation 6. Two-year Soccer Rules Books

  7. GENERAL ITEMS OF CONCERN (cont.) 7. Alumni Games – should be held during the summer period of time. It is violation to hold them during the practice period.

  8. IHSAA YELLOW CARD ACCUMULATION EJECTION PROCEDURE

  9. - Coach record and report the Yellow cards to the Athletic Administrator Coach work with athlete to avoid future cards Athletic Administrator report the 5 card accumulation/suspension to the IHSAA using the usual rejection report form…athlete sits the next scheduled contest. The next 3 yellow cards will cause another suspension which will need to be reported in the same fashion…sit the next scheduled contest.

  10. State of High School Soccer Nationally • Soccer is the fifth-most popular sport for boys and girls at the high school level. • According to the 2007-08 High School Athletics Participation Survey which is listed in the 2008-09 NFHS Handbook: • 383,561 – H.S. Boys participate in the sport • 346,545 – H.S. Girls participate in the sport • 11,122 – H.S. Boys programs participate • throughout the country • 10,543 – H.S. Girls programs participate • throughout the country

  11. NFHS Soccer Rules Changes

  12. NFHS Interpretation Policy • EachstatehighschoolassociationadoptingtheseNFHSsoccerrulesisthesoleandexclusivesourceofbindingrulesinterpretationsforcontestsinvolvingitsmemberschools.AnypersonhavingquestionsabouttheinterpretationofNFHSsoccerrulesshouldcontactthesoccerrulesinterpreterdesignatedbyhisorherstatehighschoolassociation.

  13. NFHS SoccerPoints of Emphasis

  14. NFHS Soccer Major Editorial Changes

  15. NFHS SoccerMajor Editorial Changes

  16. NFHS SoccerMajor Editorial Changes

  17. NFHS SoccerMajor Editorial Changes

  18. NFHS SoccerMajor Editorial Changes

  19. NFHS SoccerMajor Editorial Changes

  20. NFHS SoccerMajor Editorial Changes

  21. NFHS Soccer Rules BookAdditional Items

  22. NFHS Soccer Field Diagram Page: 9

  23. NFHS Official Soccer Signals Page: 100-101

  24. 2009-2010 Soccer RulesReminders

  25. NFHS Soccer Information • November 15, 2009 - Proposed rules changes from coaches and officials should be sent to Theresia Wynns at the IHSAA office. The change should include the exact working and the rationale for the change.