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Assistant Referees U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 7 Referee Course Amateur Adult Training.

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1 Assistant Referees U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 7 Referee Course Amateur Adult Training

2 Importance o Role of assistant referees o More than just signaling for a ball in and out of play o Responsible for assisting with fouls and misconduct out of the referee’s view o Must be in top physical condition

3 Positioning Assistant Referee

4 Examples

5 Kick-off

6 During Play

7 o Reading play o Prioritize duties o Offside o Assistance o Visual cues o Attackers o Defenders

8 Goal Kick Position #1 – Ensure ball is placed inside goal area. Position #2 – If kick is taken by player other than GK, position at edge of penalty area. Position #3 – Once ball is kicked, quickly get to offside position. Exception: If kick is taken by GK and no other defenders are in the penalty area, once ball is placed immediately go to offside position.

9 Goalkeeper

10 Penalty Kick

11 Goal

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13 Corner Kick

14 Free Kicks

15 Responsibility o Law 6 o Duties are subject to the decision of the referee o Offside o Involved in active play o Interfering with play o Interfering with an opponent o Gaining an advantage

16 Examples

17 Offense

18 No Offense

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20 Offense

21 No Offense

22 Offense

23 No Offense

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25 Offense

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28 No Offense

29 Offense

30 No Offense

31 Responsibility o Assistance o When misconduct or any other incident occurs outside the referee’s view o When offenses have been committed whenever the assistant referees have a better view than the referee o Mirroring

32 Assistance o Assistant referees o Additional eyes and ears o Better able to see and hear o Closer o Clearer o Greater detail o Better angle

33 Assistance o Referee team communication o Pre-game conference o Halftime conference o During the game o Assistant referee to referee o Referee to assistant referee o Assistant referee to assistant referee o Mirroring

34 Assistance o Objective o Make the correct decision o Priorities o Offside o Fouls and misconduct o Who is closer? o Who has the better view?

35 Review Question oIoI n addition to signaling for offside, what other duties might assistant referee expect to perform at this level? oIoI ndicating when misconduct or any other offense occurs out of the referee’s view oIoI ssuing cards for misconduct

36 oWoW hich of the following is a component of being involved in active play? oGoG aining an advantage by being in that position oIoI nterfering with play oIoI nterfering with an opponent oAoA ll of the above

37 oWoW hich of the following best describes the practice of mirroring? oBoB oth assistant referees signal simultaneously oToT he lead assistant referee signals to the referee that the trail assistant referee has signaled for something out of the referee's view


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