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LAW 15 THE THROW-IN. 5 TOPICS 1. Definition 2. Requirements 3. Technique u Hands u Location of feet u Restart u Placement 4. Referee procedures 5. Violations.

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1 LAW 15 THE THROW-IN

2 5 TOPICS 1. Definition 2. Requirements 3. Technique u Hands u Location of feet u Restart u Placement 4. Referee procedures 5. Violations

3 Method of restarting play when whole ball has crossed the touch line on the ground or in the air Throw-in awarded to opponents of the player who last touched the ball DEFINITION – THROW-IN

4 Method of restarting play when whole ball has crossed the touch line on the ground or in the air Throw-in awarded to opponents of the player who last touched the ball DEFINITION – THROW-IN SOMEONE has ALWAYS touched the ball last – its your job to decide who it was

5 DEFINITION – THROW-IN In Play NOT in play Guess who is in the best position to judge this one?

6 REQUIREMENTS v Restart from where ball crossed line (within 1 yard – up, down, or back) v Face field of play v Have part of each foot either on the touch line or on the ground outside the touch line v Use both hands v Throw ball from behind and over the head

7 REQUIREMENTS v Restart from point where ball crossed line (within 1 yard – up, down, or back) v Face field of play v Have part of each foot either on the touch line or on the ground outside the touch line v Use both hands v Throw ball from behind and over the head Can a player who has the use of only one hand do a throw-in? Yes.

8 TECHNIQUE v Face the field of play v Deliver ball from behind and over head

9 Both hands on ball if only one hand guiding ball ILLEGAL Use common sense LEGAL HANDS

10 Part of each foot on or behind touch line LOCATION OF FEET OK

11 Ball is in play when: v It enters field of play, and v Has left hands of thrower NOTE: A soft or slow throw-in motion is legal A properly executed flip throw is legal A throw-in while on the knees is illegal A spike throw-in may be illegal RESTART

12 RESTART – FLIP THROW-IN

13 Where the ball left the field across the touch line Otherwise, illegal LOCATION

14 If the throw-in is performed illegally: v Not in proper location v Foot off the ground or totally inside the field v Not from behind the head v Not with both hands The restart is illegal And the throw goes to the other team RESTART

15 REFEREE TECHNIQUE v Referee or assistant referee should indicate place from which the throw- in should be taken v This doesnt mean that you have to point every time

16 VIOLATIONS v Thrower plays ball second time before ball touches another player u two touch - IFK to opponents v Improperly thrown or from wrong point u Throw-in to opponents v Ball thrown directly into opponents goal u No goal - restart with goal kick

17 VIOLATIONS v Thrower plays ball second time before ball touches another player u two touch - IFK to opponents v Improperly thrown or from wrong point u Throw-in to opponents v Ball thrown directly into opponents goal u No goal - restart with goal kick What if the thrower picks up the ball after throwing it in?

18 VIOLATIONS v Ball thrown directly into own goal u No goal - restart with corner kick v Ball does not enter field u Retake throw-in v Ball hits the ground before entering field u Retake throw-in v Throw taken from kneeling position u Throw-in to opponents

19 VIOLATIONS

20 But.… use Common Sense! Cautioned they are Cautioned for failing to respect the required distance and shown the yellow card. VIOLATION BY OPPONENT v Opponents must be at least two yards from the thrower v If an opponent interferes with the throw-in from within two yards,

21 But.… use Common Sense! Cautioned they are Cautioned for unsporting behavior and shown the yellow card. VIOLATION BY OPPONENT If an opponent unfairly distracts or impedes the thrower from beyond two yards …

22 VIOLATION BY OPPONENT

23 THROW-IN REVIEW v When is a throw-in awarded? u After whole ball crosses touch line v Who is awarded the throw-in? u The opponents of player who last touched it v From where is the throw-in taken? u within 1 yard from where the ball left the field

24 THROW-IN REVIEW (continued) Thrower must: v Face field of play v Both feet on ground on or behind touch line v Use both hands v Deliver ball from behind and over the head

25 THROW-IN REVIEW (continued) v Can a goal be scored directly from throw-in? u No, it must touch another player before a legal goal can be scored v Are opponents allowed to interfere? u No, opponents must be 2 yards from the thrower – being closer or interfering even if farther away than 2 yards is cautionable


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