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1 Fouls and Misconduct (12) U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 8 Referee Course Competitive Youth Training

2 Overview o Fouls o Direct free kick fouls o Indirect free kick fouls o Misconduct o Cautionable offenses o Sending-off offenses

3 Part 1 – Fouls

4 Fouls o Committed o By a player o On the field of play o While the ball is in play o Against an opponent

5 Details to Remember o How do we know if it’s a foul? o If in the opinion of the referee … o What about a thrown object? o Considered an extension of the hand o Throwing object at person same as hitting them o Throwing object at ball (with contact) is handling o The “foul” occurs where the object strikes

6 The “CREF” Fouls Careless, reckless, excessive force o Kicks or attempts to kick an opponent o Trips of attempts to trip an opponent o Jumps at an opponent o Charges an opponent o Strikes or attempts to strike an opponent o Pushes an opponent o Tackles an opponent

7 Careless o Player has shown a lack of attention or consideration when making a challenge or acted without precaution o No further disciplinary sanction is needed if a foul is judged to be careless

8 Pop Quiz When can a foul occur? a)During the halftime interval b)During the period immediately before and after the match c)When the ball is in play d)All of the above

9 Reckless Player has acted with disregard to the danger to, or consequences for, opponent Must be cautioned and issued a yellow card

10 Excessive Force Player has far exceeded the necessary use of force and is in danger of injuring opponent Must be sent off and issued a red card

11 Kicking (or attempt)

12 Tripping (or attempt) NO FOUL

13 Jumping At

14 Charging

15 Striking (or attempt)

16 Pop Quiz Who can commit a foul? a)Players b)Substitutes c)Substituted players d)All of the above

17 Pushing

18 Tackling

19 “Always” Fouls

20 Holding

21 Spitting at opponent

22 Deliberate Handling

23 HANDBALL is not a foul

24 Handling Deliberate act of a player making contact with the ball with hand or arm o How do we know? o Deliberate action o “Deliberate – not “intentional” o Hand not in “normal” playing position o “Normal” doesn’t mean “normal for this person” o Continues initially accidental contact o “Ball hits hand” and then hand is used to direct it

25 The Reality of Deliberate Handling  It’s the “cause” not the “result”  If contact NOT deliberate, “gaining an advantage” doesn’t make it a foul!  “Self-protection” is allowed.  Distance from ball  Speed of ball  Normal reaction vs. deliberate handling

26 Remember …. Goalkeepers outside of the penalty area No special rights Deliberate handling is still a DFK foul!

27 Pop Quiz Where can a foul occur? a)In the technical area b)On the field of play c)In the spectator area d)‘a’ and ‘b’ above, but not ‘c’

28 Restarts for DFK fouls o Direct free kick o Taken from location of offense o Inside own goal area o Taken anywhere in the area o Penalty kick o Direct free kick foul in own penalty area o Penalty mark

29 8 Indirect Free Kick Fouls

30 Six Second Rule

31 Using Hands Twice

32 Deliberately Kicked

33 Throw-in from Teammate

34 Pop Quiz Under the Laws of the Game, it is a foul for a player to strike: a)The referee b)A player from the opposing team c)A teammate d)All of the above

35 Dangerous Play

36 Impeding (Formerly “Obstruction”)

37 Shielding or Impeding? Within playing distance of the ball

38 Preventing GK From Releasing the Ball

39 Other Offenses o Play is stopped to issue a yellow or red card to a player on the field of play during play o IFK to opponent at location of misconduct

40 Free Kick Location o An indirect free kick is taken from the place where the offense occurred o In defensive goal area o Kick may be taken from any point inside o In attacking goal area o Kick taken on goal area line parallel to goal line at point nearest to where foul occurred

41 Part 2 – Misconduct

42 Misconduct o Caution o Yellow card o Send off o Red card o Only applies to o Players o Substitutes o Substituted Players

43 Cautionable Offenses

44 Leaves Field w/o Permission Excludes “Normal Course of Play” (Think “offside”)

45 Enters or re-enters field without permission

46 Fails to Respect Distance 1.Free Kick – 10 yards 2.Corner Kick – 10 yards 3.Throw-in – 2 yards

47 Delaying the restart of play

48 Persistent infringement

49 Dissent by word or action The Three P’s 1.Public 2.Personal 3.Provocative

50 Unsporting Behavior Reckless challenge Tactical foul Diving Faking an injury Removing jersey in celebration Taunting Got on my nerves

51 Substitutes Cautions to substitutes should be classified only as: o Dissent by word or action, o Unsporting behavior, or o Delaying restart of play

52 Sending-off Offenses

53 Serious Foul Play o Serious Foul Play o Meets four criteria for foul o Challenging for ball o Excessive force – well beyond “norm” Any tackle that endangers the safety of an opponent MUST be sanctioned as serious foul play.

54 VC o Violent conduct o Excessive force or brutality against any other person o Ball in or out of play o On or off field

55 Offensive, insulting or abusive language o Language that is completely inappropriate o Can be directed at anyone o Remember the 3 P’s? o Zero tolerance for discriminatory or racist comments. Always send them off.

56 o Spitting at an opponent or any other person o Might be a foul o Always misconduct o What about the word “at” o Leaves room for “accidental” o Permits sanction even if they “miss” Spitting at another person

57 o Denying goal scoring opportunity with hand o Does not apply to goalkeeper within own penalty area Denying an obvious goal scoring opportunity by use of the hand

58 DOGSO o Deny an obvious goal scoring opportunity by free kick or penalty kick foul o Defenders o Distance to goal o Distance to ball o Direction of play

59 Second Caution o Player/Substitute receives 2 nd caution in same match o First show yellow card o Then show red card

60 Restarts can get confusing … Did we stop for a foul? Did we stop just for misconduct? Did we stop for a different reason? Where did it happen? Who did it? Restarts

61 On the Field o Misconduct on the field of play o Play stopped for misconduct o Indirect free kick o Play stopped for a foul o Free kick based on foul committed o Play already stopped o Restart based on original reason for stoppage

62 Off the Field o Misconduct off the field of play o Player left field during normal play o Dropped ball o Player left field to commit misconduct o Indirect free kick o Play stopped for misconduct from substitute o Dropped ball

63 Review Question What should the referee do if a player commits persistent infringement? oCoC aution and show the player a yellow card oSoS end off and show the player a red card

64 What should the referee do if a player tackles an opponent using excessive force? oCoC aution and show the player a yellow card oSoS end off and show the player a red card

65 What should the referee do if an opponent fails to respect the required distance during a throw- in? oCoC aution and show the player a yellow card oSoS end off and show the player a red card

66 How should the referee restart play if a player carelessly kicks an opponent in the center circle? oDoD ropped ball oIoI ndirect free kick oDoD irect free kick oPoP enalty kick

67 What should the referee do if a player, who has already been cautioned and who is not the goalkeeper, punches the ball to deny an obvious goal scoring opportunity while standing in his or her own penalty area? oSoS how the player a second yellow card and then issue a red card oSoS end off the player and issue a red card

68 How should the referee restart play if a player commits a careless tackle on his or her own penalty area line? oDoD ropped ball oIoI ndirect free kick oDoD irect free kick oPoP enalty kick

69 How should the referee restart play if a goalkeeper plays the ball with his or her hands in the penalty area after it has been deliberately kicked by a teammate? oDoD ropped ball oIoI ndirect free kick oDoD irect free kick oPoP enalty kick

70 How should the referee restart play if a goalkeeper’s hands and the ball completely cross the penalty area line into the penalty arc while holding the ball? oDoD ropped ball oIoI ndirect free kick oDoD irect free kick oPoP enalty kick

71 How should the referee restart play if a player commits an impeding offense inside his or her own penalty area? oDoD ropped ball oIoI ndirect free kick oDoD irect free kick oPoP enalty kick


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