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Law 6 The Assistant Referee. 2 Topics Duties and Responsibilities Positioning Gestures Running Technique Signal Beep Flag Technique & Team Work Pre-Match.

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1 Law 6 The Assistant Referee

2 2 Topics Duties and Responsibilities Positioning Gestures Running Technique Signal Beep Flag Technique & Team Work Pre-Match meeting

3 3 Duties and Responsibilities T wo assistant referees are appointed. Their duties, subject to the decision of the referee, are to indicate: when the whole of the ball has passed out of the field of play which side is entitled to a corner kick, goal kick or throw-in when a player may be penalised for being in an offside position when a substitution is requested Continued…

4 4 Duties and Responsibilities T wo assistant referees are appointed. Their duties, subject to the decision of the referee, are to indicate: when misconduct or any other incident has occurred out of the view of the referee when offences have been committed whenever the assistants are closer to the action than the referee (this includes, in particular circumstances, offences committed in the penalty area) whether, at penalty kicks, the goalkeeper has moved forward before the ball has been kicked and if the ball has crossed the line

5 5 Duties and Responsibilities T he assistant referees help the referee to control the match in accordance with the Laws of the Game. T hey also assist the referee in all other matters involving the running of the match at the request and direction of the referee. This commonly includes such matters as: inspecting the field, the balls used, and player equipment determining if problems with equipment or bleeding have been resolved monitoring the substitution process maintaining back-up records of time, goals and misconduct

6 6 Positioning 1. Kick off

7 7 Positioning 2. General Positioning

8 8 Positioning 3. Goal kick

9 9

10 10 Positioning 3. Goal kick

11 11 Positioning 4. Goalkeeper releasing the ball

12 12 Positioning 4. Goalkeeper releasing the ball

13 13 Positioning 5. Penalty kick

14 14 Positioning 5. Penalty kick

15 15 Positioning 6. Kicks from the penalty mark

16 16 Positioning 7. Corner kick

17 17 Positioning 8. Free kicks

18 18 Gestures A s a general rule, the assistant referee should give no obvious hand signals. H owever, in some instances a discreet hand signal may give valuable support to the referee. the hand signal should have a clear meaning the meaning should have been discussed and agreed upon in the pre-game discussion

19 19 Running Technique A s a general rule the assistant referee should face the pitch whilst running. S ide-to-side movement should be used for short distances, this is especially important when judging offside and gives the assistant referee a better line of vision.

20 20 Running Technique R unning forwards should be used for sprinting. B e in a ready position before sprinting.

21 21 Signal Beep R eferees are reminded that the signal beep system is an additional signal to be used only when necessary as an additional means of gaining the attention of the referee. S ituations: offside fouls (outside the view of the referee) throw-in, corner kick or goal kick (tight decisions) goal situations (tight decisions) attract referees attention

22 22 Flag Technique T he assistant referees flag should always be visible to the referee, unfurled and still whilst running. W hen making a signal, the assistant referee shall: stop running face the field make eye contact with the referee and raise the flag with deliberate (not hasty or exaggerated) motions

23 23 Flag Technique T he flag should be like an extension of the arm when signalling.

24 24 Flag Technique T he assistant referees shall raise the flag using the hand that will also be used for the next signal in a sequence. if circumstances change and the other hand must be used for the next signal, the assistant referee should move his flag to the opposite hand below the waist

25 25 Flag Technique & Team Work 1. Throw-in - Near the AR position

26 26 Flag Technique & Team Work 1. Throw-in - Far from AR position 1

27 27 Flag Technique & Team Work 1. Throw-in - Far from AR position 2

28 28 Flag Technique & Team Work 2. Goal & Corner kick R aise the flag with the right hand for goal kick (better line of vision) F or tight decisions when the ball is out of play, raise the flag first.

29 29 Flag Technique & Team Work 2. Goal & Corner kick - near AR position

30 30 Flag Technique & Team Work 2. Goal & Corner kick - near AR position

31 31 Flag Technique & Team Work 2. Goal & Corner kick – Far from AR position

32 32 Flag Technique & Team Work 3. Goal scored (normal situations)

33 33 Flag Technique & Team Work 3. Goal scored (normal situations)

34 34 Flag Technique & Team Work 3. Goal scored (ball appears to be still in play)

35 35 Flag Technique & Team Work 3. Goal scored (ball appears to be still in play)

36 36 Flag Technique & Team Work 3. No Goal situations (ball not in net)

37 37 Flag Technique & Team Work 4. Offside T he first action the assistant referee makes after an offside decision is to raise his flag. He then uses his flag to indicate the area of the pitch in which the offence occurred. T he flag shall be raised using the right hand, giving the assistant a better line of vision.

38 38 I f an assistant referee is not totally sure about an offside offence, the flag should not be raised. I f the flag is not immediately seen by the referee, the assistant referee shall keep signalling until it has been acknowledged or the ball is clearly in control of the defending team. Flag Technique & Team Work 4. Offside

39 39 Flag Technique & Team Work 5. Substitution W hen dealing with substitutions, the assistant referee shall first be informed by the 4th official. T he assistant referee shall then signal to the referee at the next stoppage in the match. T he assistant referee does not need to move to the halfway line as the 4th official carries out the substitution procedure. if there is no 4th official, the assistant referee shall assist with substitution procedures. In this case, the referee shall waits until the assistant referee is back in position before restarting play

40 40 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct T he assistant referee should know when he has to raise the flag or wait for consultation: the assistant referee should raise his flag when a foul or misconduct is committed in his immediate vicinity the assistant referee should raise his flag when any violent conduct, any other serious foul or other clear situations that must be called out of the referees vision the assistant referee should also raise his flag when an obvious disciplinary error has been made by the referee

41 41 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct T he assistant referee should know when he has to raise the flag or wait for consultation: in all other situations, the assistant referee should wait and offer his opinion if it is required. If this is the case, the assistant referee shall report to the referee what he has seen and heard and which players are involved

42 42 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct B efore signalling for an offence, the assistant referee shall determine that: the offence occurred closer to the assistant referee than to the referee (this applies, in certain circumstances, to offences committed in the penalty area) the offence was out of the view of the referee or the referees view was obstructed the offence was not doubtful or trifling the referee would not have applied advantage if he had seen the offence

43 43 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct W hen a foul or misconduct is committed, the assistant referee shall: raise his flag with the same hand that will also be used for the remainder of the signal, this gives the referee a clear indication as to who was fouled make eye contact with the referee give his flag a slight wave back and forth (avoiding any excessive or aggressive movement) use the electronic BEEP signal, if necessary move his flag to the opposite hand below the waist If the other hand must be used for the next signal take up the correct position for the restart

44 44 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct T he assistant referee shall raise his flag with the same hand that will also be used for the remainder of the signal, this gives the referee a clear indication as to who was fouled. Foul committed by the defending team Foul committed by the attacking team

45 45 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct T he assistant referee should use the wait and see technique in order to allow play to continue and not raise his flag when the team against which an offence has been committed will benefit from the advantage. I n this case, it is very important for the assistant referee to make eye contact with the referee.

46 46 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls & Misconduct W henever the assistant referee signals for a foul or misconduct, he shall continue to signal until the referee acknowledges it or the ball is clearly in control of the opposing team. W henever the assistant referee signals for violent conduct and the signal is not seen immediately: if play has been stopped for the disciplinary action, the restart must be in accordance with the laws (free kick; penalty kick, etc.) if play has already restarted, the referee may still take disciplinary action but not penalise the offence with a free kick or penalty kick

47 47 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls outside the penalty area (near the boundary of the penalty area)

48 48 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls outside the penalty area (near the boundary of the penalty area) I n counter-attack situations, the assistant referee should be able to give information such as: whether or not a foul has been committed whether a foul was committed inside or outside the penalty area, which is a priority in any case what disciplinary action should be taken

49 49 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls inside the penalty area

50 50 Flag Technique & Team Work 6. Fouls inside the penalty area

51 51 Flag Technique & Team Work 7. Mass confrontation

52 52 Flag Technique & Team Work 7. Mass confrontation

53 53 Flag Technique & Team Work 7. Mass confrontation T he other assistant and fourth official shall also observe and record the details of the incident.

54 54 Flag Technique & Team Work 8. Consultation W hen dealing with disciplinary issues, eye contact and a basic discreet hand signal from the assistant referee to the referee may be enough in some cases. O n occasions when a direct consultation is necessary, the assistant referee may advance 2-3 metres onto the field of play if necessary. When talking, the referee and assistant referee should both turn to face the pitch to avoid being heard by others.

55 55 Flag Technique & Team Work 9. Free kick near AR m distance

56 56 Flag Technique & Team Work 9. Free kick near AR m distance

57 57 Pre-match meeting – Check List T he following topics should be discussed in the pre- match meeting with the assistant referees and fourth official: eye contact during the match consultation obvious disciplinary error made by the referee use of signal beep check nets before each half

58 58 Pre-match meeting – Check List T he following topics should be discussed in the pre- match meeting with the assistant referees and fourth official: fouls in AR zone penalty area incidents near AR situations near the edge of the penalty area: inside/outside penalty kick: control of goalkeeper fouls out of referees view; elbowing misconduct / violent conduct out of referees view mass confrontation

59 59 Pre-match meeting – Check List T he following topics should be discussed in the pre- match meeting with the assistant referees and fourth official: goal situations – tight decisions corner kicks: near AR – far from AR throw-in: near AR – far from AR goal kicks: near AR – far from AR goalkeeper releasing the ball near the edge of the penalty

60 60 Pre-match meeting – Check List T he following topics should be discussed in the pre- match meeting with the assistant referees and fourth official: wait and see technique in offside situations wait and see technique in fouls near AR missed signals in offside situations missed signals in fouls and misconduct

61 61 Pre-match meeting – Check List T he following topics should be discussed in the pre- match meeting with the assistant referees and fourth official: control of the technical area substitutions inspection of players equipment jewellery extra cards and extra whistle duration of the match; additional time


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