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Foul Recognition U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 7 Referee Course Amateur Adult Training.

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1 Foul Recognition U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 7 Referee Course Amateur Adult Training

2 Environment o Players o Experienced o Physical o Foul recognition o Game control o Player expectations and respect o Player management

3 Fouls o Requirements o Committed by a player o On the field of play o While the ball is in play o Against an opponent

4 Factors o Positioning o Don’t chase the ball o Be aware of passing lanes o Read the game o Game flow o Team tactics o Area of focus o Body areas making contact

5 Factors o Challenging for the ball o Slide tackles o Gain or deny position o Aerial challenges o Set pieces o Tactical o Breaking up promising attack o Denying advantage

6 Factors o Frustration o Embarrassed o Retaliation o Vigilante justice o Intimidation o Physical and mental o Attempt to injure o Tactical/Denying a goal scoring opportunity

7 Evaluation o Speed and distance o Nature of the contact o Challenging for the ball o Temperature of the game

8 Speed o Effects of increased Speed o More forceful challenge o Less control over body and actions o Reckless o Excessive force

9 Contact o Nature of the contact o Location o What was the nature of the challenge? o Careless o Reckless o Excessive force

10 Ball o Challenging for the ball o Timing o Was the ball within playing distance? o Direction of the tackle o Front o Side o Behind

11 Temperature o Temperature of the match o Game flow o Game control o What has been allowed up to this point? o Has this player committed multiple offenses during the game? o Does the game need a stoppage or misconduct to maintain control?

12 Recognition o Be particularly aware of fouls o Run of play o Set pieces and restarts o Near penalty area

13 Run of Play o Trifling o Long balls o Tactical o Counterattacks o Breakaways

14 Set Pieces o Referee’s management skills tested o Common offenses o Holding o Pushing o Encroachment o Goalkeeper contact o Deal with problems before the kick o Information from assistant referees

15 Near Penalty Area o Desperate tackles vs. Well executed challenges o Contact with the ball and player o Simulation

16 Review Question oWoW hen evaluating fouls, what factors should the referee consider? oToT emperature of the match oSoS peed and distance of the player oNoN ature of the contact made oAoA ll of the above

17 oAoA re trifling fouls those that are simple in nature and don’t have a significant impact on the game? oYoY es oNoN o

18 oWoW hat are the requirements for a foul? oToT he action is committed by a player oToT he action if committed on the field of play oToT he action is committed while the ball is in play oAoA ll of the above

19 oWoW hat are fouls that break up promising attackers referred to as? oToT rifling oToT actical oToT icktack oAoA ll of the above

20 oIoI s proper positioning important for accurate foul recognition? oYoY es oNoN o

21 oWoW hat are some of the reasons why amateur adult players commit fouls? oFoF rustration oIoI ntimidation oRoR etaliation oAoA ll of the above


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