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Law 15 The Throw-in. 2 At the end of this lesson the student will: Objectives state when a throw-in should be awarded state what constitutes a properly.

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1 Law 15 The Throw-in

2 2 At the end of this lesson the student will: Objectives state when a throw-in should be awarded state what constitutes a properly taken throw-in identify improper throw-ins from examples given

3 3 5 TOPICS 1.Definition 2.Requirements 3.Technique 4.Referee technique 5.Infractions

4 4 Method of restarting play when whole ball has crossed the touch line. Throw-in awarded to opponents of the player who last touched the ball. DEFINITION – THROW-IN

5 5 REQUIREMENTS Thrower must: Deliver from point where ball crossed line (within 1 yard) Face field of play with some part of body Have part of each foot either on the touch line or on the ground outside the touch line Use both hands Deliver ball from behind and over the head

6 6 TECHNIQUE Face the field of play Deliver ball from behind and over head Feet on the ground – on or behind the line

7 Correct 7

8 Examples 8

9 9 Both hands on ball if only one hand guiding ball FOUL Use common sense FAIR HANDS

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

11 11 Awarded from the point where it crossed the touch line If not, it shall be considered to be improperly thrown PLACEMENT

12 12 REFEREE TECHNIQUE Referee or Assistant Referee should indicate place from which the throw- in should be taken If taken from improper point, throw-in awarded to other team

13 13 INFRACTIONS Thrower plays ball second time before ball touches another player –“Double touch” - IFK to opponents Improperly thrown or from wrong point –Throw-in to opponents Ball thrown directly into opponents’ goal –No goal - restart with goal kick

14 14 INFRACTIONS Ball thrown directly into own goal –No goal - restart with corner kick Ball does not enter field –Retake throw-in Ball bounces before entering field –Retake throw-in Throw taken from kneeling position –Throw-in to opponents

15 What Age Can They Correctly Throw The Ball In ? 15

16 Legal? 16

17 17 But.… use Common Sense! Cautioned they are Cautioned and shown the yellow card. INFRACTION BY OPPONENT Opponents must be at least two yards from the thrower If an opponent unfairly distracts or impedes the thrower…

18 18 REVIEW When is a throw-in awarded? –After whole ball crosses touch line Who is awarded the throw-in? –The opponents of player who last touched it From where is the throw-in taken? –from within 1 yard of where it left the field

19 19 REVIEW (cont) Thrower must: Face field of play with some part of body Both feet on ground on or behind touch line Use both hands Deliver ball from behind and over the head

20 20 REVIEW (cont) Can a goal be scored directly from throw- in? –No, it must touch another player before a legal goal can be scored Are opponents allowed to interfere? –No, interference by opponents is a caution Can a player be declared offside? –Not if the player receives the ball directly from the throw-in.


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