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Offside Examples. Diagram 1. B. A. Should we declare “B” offside? Or should we wait ? . declare. wait. Clear Pass to Teammate. B. A. Yes. Now should we penalize “B”. No. Clear Pass to Teammate. B. A. Correct, “B” is offside. Diagram 2. B. A. Yes.

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Diagram 1
Diagram 1

B

A

Should we declare “B” offside?

Or should we wait ?

declare

wait


Clear pass to teammate
Clear Pass to Teammate

B

A

Yes

Now should we penalize “B”

No


Clear pass to teammate1
Clear Pass to Teammate

B

A

Correct, “B” is offside


Diagram 2
Diagram 2

B

A

Yes

Should we declare “B” offside?

No


Clear pass to teammate2
Clear Pass to Teammate

B

A

We need to know where “B” was when the pass was made!


Not offside

B

B

Not Offside

A

“B” was in onside position when the pass was made


Diagram 3
Diagram 3

A

B

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Clear pass to teammate3
Clear Pass to Teammate

A

A

B

Should we declare “A” offside?

Or should we wait?

declare

wait



Diagram 4
Diagram 4

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Assistant referee position
Assistant Referee Position

AR

B

A

The assistant referee is responsible

for making the determination


Not offside1
Not Offside

AR

B

A


Diagram 5
Diagram 5

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Clear pass to teammate5
Clear Pass to Teammate

AR

B

A

Any two opponents count, not

just goalkeeper and defender


Not offside2
Not Offside

AR

B

A


Diagram 6
Diagram 6

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Running back for the ball
Running Back for the Ball

B

B

A

Yes

No

Was “B” in an offside position

when the ball was played to him/her?



Diagram 7
Diagram 7

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Running back for the ball2
Running Back for the Ball

B

B

A

Yes

No

Was “B” in an offside position

when the ball was played to him/her?



Diagram 8
Diagram 8

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Shot on goal
Shot on Goal

B

A

Yes

No

Shot by “A” deflected by keeper

to “B” - is “B” offside?


Shot on goal1
Shot on Goal

B

A

Offside


Diagram 9
Diagram 9

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Shot on goal2
Shot on Goal

B

A

Yes

No

Shot by “A” deflected by keeper

to “B” - is “B” offside?


Shot on goal3
Shot on Goal

B

A

Offside


Diagram 10
Diagram 10

B

A

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Rebound from goalpost
Rebound from Goalpost

B

A

Yes

No

Shot by “A” rebounds from goalpost

kicked in by “B” - offside?



Diagram 11
Diagram 11

A

B

Are any Red players in an

offside position?

Yes

No


Rebound from crossbar
Rebound from Crossbar

B

A

A

B

Yes

No

“A” shots at goal, ball rebounds

from crossbar back to “A”, “B”

moves to goal - is “A” or “B” offside?


Rebound from crossbar1
Rebound from Crossbar

B

A

Yes

No

Goalkeeper moves to block 2nd shot,

“A” passes to “B” - “B” offside?



Diagram 12
Diagram 12

B

1

A

“A” shoots at goal, “B” in off-side position - infringement?

Yes

No


Ball deflected by defender
Ball Deflected by Defender

B

1

1

A

Yes

No

Defender “1” moves to block but

ball glances off foot to “B” - offside?



Diagram 13
Diagram 13

B

1

2

A

“A” shoots at goal, “B” in off-side position - infringement?

Yes

No


Obstructing the goalkeeper
Obstructing the Goalkeeper

B

1

2

A

“B” is interfering with the goalkeeper

by blocking his/her view



Diagram 14
Diagram 14

B

2

1

A

“A” shoots at goal, “B” in off-side position - infringement?

Yes

No


Obstructing an opponent
Obstructing an Opponent

B

2

1

B

Yes

A

No

“B” moves to prevent “Blue 2” from

intercepting the shot - Offside?


Obstructing an opponent1
Obstructing an Opponent

B

2

1

B

A

Offside


Diagram 15
Diagram 15

A

C

B

Yes

No

“A” takes corner-kick, ball goes to “B”

who shoots at goal. “C” offside?


After a corner kick
After a Corner Kick

A

C

B

Yes

No

As ball is passing by, “C”

redirects ball into goal - infringement?


After a corner kick1
After a Corner Kick

A

C

B

Offside


Diagram 16
Diagram 16

A

B

Yes

No

“A” takes corner kick, ball goes to “B”

who kicks ball into goal. Goal?


After a corner kick2
After a Corner Kick

A

B

A player cannot be declared offside

on a corner kick


Not offside3
Not Offside

A

B

GOAL!


Diagram 17
Diagram 17

A

B

1

“A” takes corner kick, ball deflects

from “Blue 1 ” to “B”.


After a corner kick3
After a Corner Kick

A

B

1

Yes

No

“B” kicks the ball into the goal.

Is there an offside infringement?


Not offside4
Not Offside

A

B

1

“B” receives ball not directly from

corner kick but from an opponent.


Offside examples

Offside Q&A

You have completed the Law XI Q&A.

We hope this helps you better interpret the Offside Law.

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Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

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Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position

Return


Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • There isnooffside offense if a player receives the ball directly from:

  • a goal kick

  • a throw-in

  • a corner kick

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Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • There is no offside offense if a player receives the ball directly from:

  • a goal kick

  • a throw-in

  • a corner kick

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Offside examples

Offside Q&A

  • There is no offside offense if a player receives the ball directly from:

  • a goal kick

  • a throw-in

  • a corner kick

Return


Elements of the offside law
Elements of the Offside Law

  • Player was in opponent’s half of field

  • Player was nearer opponent’s goal line than ball

  • Player was nearer opponent’s goal line than at least to opponents

  • Player was involved in active play

  • Player received ball from teammate

  • Not on corner kick, goal kick or throw-in

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Offside examples

Offside Position vs. Infraction

  • It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position.

  • A player in an offside position is only penalized if, at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of his/her team, he/she is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in active play by:

  • interfering with play

  • interfering with an opponent

  • gaining an advantage by being in that position


Offside examples

So what’s the answer?

Neither “A” nor “B” should be penalized for offside.

Although “B” is now in an offside position, he/she should not be penalized unless he/she becomes involved in active play.

Let’s see what happens next.