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1 1 Law 12 Misconduct – Cautions and Send-Offs

2 2 Misconduct definition What is Misconduct?

3 3 Misconduct definition Misconduct \ verb 1: behave in an improper manner \ noun 2: deliberate violation of a law or standard of conduct Misconduct can occur anytime, anywhere, and be against anyone Anywhere includes team areas, stands, and parking lots Anyone includes an opponent, teammate, referee, spectator, or any other person

4 4 2 Types of Misconduct Caution Yellow Card Strong Warning Send-off Red Card Disqualification

5 5 Purpose for Issuing Misconduct Game Control – send a message Punishment Mandatory Cards are shown to players and substitutes ONLY

6 6 Does not require a foul to have been committed If DFK foul was committed - foul was Reckl ess or Excessive – Restart??? Stoppage without a DFK foul - must restart with a IFK If play is not stopped - the card must be issued at the next stoppage or not at all Reckless Types of Misconduct

7 7 A player is cautioned and shown the yellow card 7 CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES 1. Unsporting behavior (UB) 2. Dissent by word or action (DT) 3. Persistently infringes the Laws of the Game (PI) 4. Delays the restart of play (DR) 5. Fails to yield 10 yards on corner/ free kick (FRD) 6. Enters or Re-enters the field without permission (E) 7. Deliberately leaves the field without permission (L) if he/she commits any of the following seven offenses:

8 8 CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES 1. Unsporting behavior Tripping (or attempting to trip) an opponent Kicking (or attempting to kick) an opponent What is….???

9 9 1. Unsporting behavior 2. Dissent by word or action 3. Persistent infringement of the Laws CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES

10 10 1. Unsporting behavior 2. Dissent by word or action 3. Persistent infringement of the Laws 4. Delaying the restart of play 5. Failure to yield distance on corner/ free kick or throw- in CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES

11 11 1. Unsporting behavior 2. Dissent by word or action 3. Persistent infringement of the Laws 4. Delaying the restart of play 5. Failure to yield distance on corner/ free kick or throw- in 6. Entering/ Re-entering the field without permission 7. Deliberately leaving the field without permission CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES

12 SEND-OFF OFFENSES A player is sent-off and shown a red card if he or she commits one of the following 7 offences: 1.Serious Foul Play (SFP) 2.Violent Conduct (VC) 3.Spits at anyone (S) 4.Denies a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by handling the ball (not the goalkeeper) (DGH) 5.Denies obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by any free- kick offense (DGF) 6.Uses offensive, insulting or abusive language/gestures (AL) 7.A second cautionable offense (2CT)

13 13 Serious Foul Play When challenging for the ball When challenging for the ball Committed by a player against a player Committed by a player against a player 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

14 14 Kicking (or attempting to kick) an opponent Serious Foul Play - Examples Excessive Jumping at (into) an opponent

15 15 Excessive Tripping (or attempting to trip) an opponent Striking (or attempting to strike) an opponent Serious Foul Play - Examples

16 16 Serious Foul Play When challenging for the ball When challenging for the ball Committed by a player against a player0 Committed by a player against a player0 Violent Conduct Same act as Serious Foul Play but committed… By any player or substitute against anyone By any player or substitute against anyone At anytime (before, during and after game) At anytime (before, during and after game) Anywhere (on or off the field) Anywhere (on or off the field) 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

17 17 Violent Conduct - Examples Excessive Charging an opponent Striking (or attempting to strike) an opponent

18 18 1.Serious Foul Play 2.Violent Conduct 3.Spits at anyone 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

19 19 1.Serious Foul Play 2.Violent Conduct 3.Spits at anyone 4.Denies a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by handling the ball 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

20 20 1.Serious Foul Play 2.Violent Conduct 3.Spits at anyone 4.Denies a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by handling the ball 5.Denies obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by any free-kick offense Obvious goal scoring opportunity defined by 4-Ds 1. number of defenders, 2. distance to ball, 3. distance to goal 4. direction of play 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

21 21 1.Serious Foul Play 2.Violent Conduct 3.Spits at anyone 4.Denies a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by handling the ball 5.Denies obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by any free-kick offense 6.Uses offensive, insulting or abusive language/gestures 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

22 22 1.Serious Foul Play 2.Violent Conduct 3.Spits at anyone 4.Denies a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by handling the ball 5.Denies obvious goal-scoring opportunity - by any free-kick offense 6.Uses offensive, insulting or abusive language/gestures 7.A second cautionable offense 7 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES

23 23 MISCONDUCT RESTARTS Did you stop play for the misconduct? NO Normal Restart YES

24 24 MISCONDUCT RESTARTS Was the misconduct committed by a player on the field? NO IFK Restart YES

25 25 Was a major foul committed? NO IFK Restart YES MISCONDUCT RESTARTS

26 26 Direct Free Kick or Penalty Kick MISCONDUCT RESTARTS


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