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Laws 1 to 4. Refereeing and officiating . FUTSAL. BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport Carlos Munoz. Session aims. To know/describe and explain the refereeing and officiating rules for laws 1, 2, 3 and 4 To demonstrate refereeing and officiating laws 1, 2, 3 and 4 .

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Laws 1 to 4

Refereeing and officiating


BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport

Carlos Munoz

session aims
Session aims
  • To know/describe and explain the refereeing and officiating rules for laws 1, 2, 3 and 4
  • To demonstrate refereeing and officiating laws 1, 2, 3 and 4
task 1 where did futsal rules derive from
Task 1 – Where did Futsal rules derive from
  • In small groups, come up with 4 sports where you think Futsal rules where developed and give a reason for your answers (5 minutes)
where the rules started
Where the rules started
  • Futsal began in Uruguay in 1933 as a product of Uruguay’s success at winning the Olympic Games in 1924 and 1928, and FIFA World Cup in 1930.
  • Children were playing versions of football on virtually every street in the capital, Montevideo.
  • Juan Carlos Ceriani (see diagram 3), a Uruguayan Physical Education (PE) teacher drew up the first set of rules for Futsal based on;
    • Handball → Goals
    • Football → Essence of the game
    • Basketball → Court size
    • Water polo → Goalkeeping rules
law 1 pitch dimensions
Law 1 Pitch Dimensions
  • Task 2:
    • Table 1: On the sheet in front of you draw the lines and dimensions of the pitch for an international standard match. Your diagram must present the following details;
      • Length and width measurements of court (minimum and maximum value)
      • Centre circle radius
      • Corner flag radius
    • Table 2: On the sheet in front of you draw the lines and dimensions of the penalty area . Your diagram must show
      • 2 quarter circles with the correct distant radius
      • 1st penalty sport marking and distance
      • 2nd penalty sport marking and distance
    • Table 3: On the sheet in front of you draw the lines and dimensions of the goal. Your diagram must show
      • The length and height and width of the goal
law 1 pitch dimensions1
Law 1 - Pitch Dimensions
  • The pitch is made up of wood or artificial material
  • Pitch dimensions vary depending on whether match being played is at national, international or youth team level
the penalty area
The penalty area
  • The penalty area is created by drawing quarter-circles with a 6 m (7 yd) radius from the goal line, centred on the goalposts.
  • The upper part of each quarter-circle is then joined by a 3.16 m (3.46 yd) line running parallel to the goal line between the goalposts
  • The second penalty mark is 10 metres (11 yd) from the goal line. A penalty kick from the penalty spot is awarded if a player commits a foul inside the penalty area
  • The second penalty spot is used if a player commits his team's sixth foul in the opposing team's half or in his own half in the area bordered by the halfway line and an imaginary line parallel to the halfway line passing through the second penalty mark; the free kick is taken from the second penalty mark
the goal
The goal
  • A rectangular goal is positioned at the middle of each goal line
  • The inner edges of the vertical goal posts must be 3 m (3 yd) apart
  • The lower edge of the horizontal crossbar supported by the goal posts must be 2 m (2.2 yd) above the ground
law 2 the ball
Law 2 The ball
  • Task 3

a) Look at the Futsal ball in front of you and state the following details with your small group

      • Circumference of the ball
      • Weight of the ball
      • Material
      • Size of the ball
      • Height of the 1st bounce
law 2 the ball1
Law 2 – The ball
  • The ball is made of leather or other suitable material
  • Minimum circumference of 62cm and maximum of 64cm
  • The weight of the ball should be at least 400 grams before starting the game
  • The 1st bounce of the ball should be 55 – 65 cm
  • If the ball bursts and becomes defective during the course of a match then the game should be stopped
  • The game should be restarted by dropping the replacement ball at the place where the first ball became defective
law 3 the players
Law 3 The Players
  • The minimum number of players to start a match is 5 (1 of which is the goalkeeper)
  • The maximum number of players to finish the match is 5
  • The maximum number of substitutes allowed is 7
  • There is no substitution limit in Futsal
  • The name of the substitution method is "Flying substitution“
    • (all players but the goalkeeper enter and leave as they please; goalkeeper substitutions can only be made when the ball is out of play and with a referee's consent)
law 4 the equipment
Law 4 The equipment
  • Task 4:
    • Table 1: Each person must draw a picture of a futsal player who is dressed with at least 1 dangerous item of equipment . Do not inform other people of the item, and right what the item is on the back of the sheet.
    • Table 2: On your table look at the 3 different types of footwear and state which footwear are correct giving 3 valid reasons
    • Table 3: On the sheet in front of you draw a correct Futsal outfield shirt, shorts, shin guards and socks that include details of the following;
  • Task 5:
    • Player catwalk:
      • In your small groups look at the 3 players entering the classroom and make notes on correct equipment and incorrect equipment for model 1, 2 and 3
      • What player is most equipped to play Futsal
law 4 equipment
Law 4 Equipment
  • Safety
    • Players must not use equipment or wear anything dangerous to himself/herself or another player
  • Basic equipment
    • Clothes
      • Players should wear a shirt or jersey, shorts, socks, shin guards, numbers on shirts and shorts to e shown in contrasting colours
    • Footwear
      • Must soft leather training or gymnastics shoes with soles of rubber or a similar material
    • Shin guards
      • To be covered entirely by the socks, made of suitable materials (rubber, plastic or similar substances)
  • The goalkeeper
    • The goalkeeper is permitted to wear long trousers, and is required to wear colours which easily distinguish him from the other players and the referees
assignment section task 1
Assignment section task 1

Start assignment 2;

  • Devise a Futsal rules and regulations booklet that;
    • describes the rules, regulations and scoring systems (P3) for laws 1, 2, 3 and 4.
    • Note; Work to be produced on Microsoft Word
      • With use of titles
      • Contents page
      • Headings and sub headings
      • Diagrams
lesson summary
Lesson summary
  • From what other sports do the rules for Futsal derive? Explain your answer?
  • What are the correct pitch dimensions (length and width)
  • How many penalty markings are there and what are the differences?
  • What are the characteristics of a Futsal ball?
  • Explain the differences of a Futsal ball and football ball and how this impacts play?
  • What player is allowed to wear long jogging bottoms?
  • Describe the correct footwear in Futsal?
  • What type of equipment is deemed as dangerous on the futsal court?
  • How many substitutions are allowed in Futsal?
  • Describe how substitutions procedures work in Futsal?