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1 Indoor Soccer Rules Clinic

2 Please turn off your cell phones!!

3 Basics of Officiating Preparation Being on time Being on time Proper Dress/Equipment Whistle, Black/Dark Shorts, Tucked in shirt, Forward Hat (if worn) Whistle, Black/Dark Shorts, Tucked in shirt, Forward Hat (if worn) Knowledge of Rules Knowledge of Rules Pre-Game Conference Pre-Game Conference Determine the play style of teams Determine the play style of teams Safety/Risk Management Check Facility Check Facility Check Equipment Check Equipment Check Players Check Players Stop game if needed Stop game if needed Eject Players if needed Eject Players if needed Positioning Hustle and Be in Position Proper coverage/Keep all players in sight Judgment Communication Preventative Officiating Determine if players are playing the ball or other players Pace determined by teams Keep flow of game uninterrupted Incidental contact

4 Basics of Officiating Improvement/Evaluation Post-Game Post-Game Work on 1-2 things to improve each game Work on 1-2 things to improve each game Mentor others or ask questions to experienced officials Mentor others or ask questions to experienced officials Praise in public, criticize privately Get more game experience Get more game experience Promotions Promotions Being the head official Working more competitive games Mechanics/Calls Make the basic calls Don’t look for insignificant or rare calls Confidence/Use of Voice Whistle and Crisp mechanics Work on signals Rapport with Players Command Respect but be respectful Communicate with captain Warn players before ejecting Don’t socialize with one group over another

5 Please Arrive Early! Supervisors report 30 minutes before 1 st game Officials report 30 minutes before 1 st game or 15 minutes before late shift Game time is start time!

6 Forfeits Teams are penalized a goal per minute after start time Teams are penalized a goal per minute after start time Maximum of 5 minute grace period (losing 4 – 0) Winning team must have their lineup with the at least 4 players by start time Must have players on court checked in (not putting on shoes, showing ID’s, running to court, etc.) Must have players on court checked in (not putting on shoes, showing ID’s, running to court, etc.) Teams must abide by shirt color policy If they do not, they will receive a 3 in sportsmanship If they do not, they will receive a 3 in sportsmanship Cannot rely on pinnies every week, but will be available Forfeited teams must pay half the registration fee in order to play their next contest Forfeit will count against their season record Forfeit will count against their season record Money must be turned in by game time of their next contest Money must be turned in by game time of their next contest

7 Forfeits Both teams may forfeit same contest Teams forfeiting twice will be removed from the league for the rest of the season ONLY EXCEPTION FOR 5 MINUTE GRACE PERIOD If the majority of the team had another intramural sport 1 hour prior to scheduled contest If the majority of the team had another intramural sport 1 hour prior to scheduled contest Game running over, IM Supervisors will wait until the minimum amount of players show up to start game Example: Team A had an indoor soccer game at 7pm that is running late, if Team A has a flag football game at 8pm, the IM Supervisors will wait until there are 5 people (minimum to start) at the field to start the game

8 Proper Attire ONLY ROWAN ID CARDS PERMITTED!! No driver’s license, SS Card, etc. No driver’s license, SS Card, etc. Don’t even make exceptions for friends or employees Jewelry is prohibited Includes rings, watches, necklaces, earrings, ankle bracelets, rubber bands, belly button rings, nose rings, etc. Includes rings, watches, necklaces, earrings, ankle bracelets, rubber bands, belly button rings, nose rings, etc. Placing tape over area is not allowed Placing tape over area is not allowed Casts are prohibited Proper shoes are required Non-marking rubber soled athletic shoes Non-marking rubber soled athletic shoes No sandals/barefeet No sandals/barefeet Knee braces are permitted with protective covers and must be approved by the intramural supervisor Shin guards are highly recommended GOALIE’S MUST WEAR A DIFFERENT COLOR SHIRT THAN TEAMMATES!

9 Eligibility cont’d Each participant in each intramural sport must: Be listed on the intramural roster and sign the waiver Be listed on the intramural roster and sign the waiver Must play 1 regular season game in order to be eligible for playoffs Must play 1 regular season game in order to be eligible for playoffs Players may not transfer from one team to another once they have played with a team A player wishing to change teams prior to the season and has not participated may request in writing to the Intramural Director A player wishing to change teams prior to the season and has not participated may request in writing to the Intramural Director Even by mutual agreement, teams cannot play with an ineligible player Teams that pick up an ineligible player forfeits all games in which the person participated The ineligible player is not allowed to participate and is suspended for a until he/she meets with the Intramural Director

10 Eligibility cont’d No Olympic, professional, or varsity athletes in their respective sports Student is considered an athlete, when he/she is listed on the varsity roster Student is considered an athlete, when he/she is listed on the varsity roster Includes red-shirted athletes The number of former NCAA athletes is limited to 2 per team Any person that played an intercollegiate game is not eligible until 1 academic year after that year that they participated in Any person that played an intercollegiate game is not eligible until 1 academic year after that year that they participated in Participants may only play on a maximum of 2 teams 1 male team/1 co-rec team or 1 female team/1 co-rec team 1 male team/1 co-rec team or 1 female team/1 co-rec team Women may play on a male team if they choose, but are not eligible to play on a female team. Violation of rule will result in suspension

11 Court Setup The check in table will be closest to the scoreboard No longer by the water fountains No longer by the water fountains All bags must be placed underneath the table Please make sure before the game to check the edges of the court Please make sure before the game to check the edges of the court If the bags are a basketball players, move to court 3 Electronic Scoreboards will be used to keep time & score During a dead ball period, and official can ask the supervisor to reset a time During a dead ball period, and official can ask the supervisor to reset a time

12 Protests Only protests based on questions of player eligibility and rule interpretation will be accepted. Captain must see supervisor about protest and fill out a protest form Captain must see supervisor about protest and fill out a protest form No protests on judgment calls are permitted. Protests must be made at the time of the incident (report to supervisor) Once play is restarted, the situation cannot be protested (unless for player eligibility) Once play is restarted, the situation cannot be protested (unless for player eligibility) Upheld protests will be replayed from point of rule infraction Exception: ineligible players will result in a win by forfeit Exception: ineligible players will result in a win by forfeit During playoffs, if protest is deemed valid on ineligible player, protesting team advances, but all previous rounds remain the same

13 Sportsmanship Following each team sport contest, intramural officials and supervisors will issue sportsmanship points (Will be reviewed by IM staff to be fair) The Intramural Sports Program expects ALL participants to be sportsmanlike Teams must average 3.5 sportsmanship points per contest to be eligible for playoffs Teams must average 3.5 sportsmanship points per contest to be eligible for playoffs Any average below 3.5 during the regular season, the captain must meet with the Intramural Director in order to possibly participate in playoffs Any average below 3.5 during the regular season, the captain must meet with the Intramural Director in order to possibly participate in playoffs During playoffs, teams must have 4 sportsmanship points to advance, teams with a 3 or less will be reviewed by the IM staff to determine if they advance During playoffs, teams must have 4 sportsmanship points to advance, teams with a 3 or less will be reviewed by the IM staff to determine if they advance

14 Sportsmanship Points What constitutes what? 5 = NORMAL GAME: Questioning an official on rule interpretation only 4 = SOME STATIC: Some question of judgment or repeated complaints. No infractions issued 3 = DIFFICULTY: Repeated question of judgment. Unsportsmanlike call in softball, volleyball, flag football, street hockey; a yellow card in soccer or technical foul in basketball, failure to clean up trash on sidelines, dugouts, etc. 2 = HARASSMENT: Multiple unsportsmanlike calls, yellow cards, technicals (not on same participant) or spectators harassment of the officials 1 = EJECTION: Any ejection, whatever the cause 0 = FORFEIT OR FIGHTING: Included threatening an employee. If involved in a fight your team could be removed from the league for the remainder of the season.

15 Indoor Soccer Set-Up Take down volleyball net Take out goals and balls Pinnies and scoreboards from IM closet Scorer’s table Tape floors

16 Captain’s Meeting Introduce selves and shake hands with captain’s Check to ensure captain made sure all participants are signed in Be sure everyone has signed the waiver Be sure everyone has signed the waiver Remind them “NO JEWELRY ALLOWED!” Remind them “NO JEWELRY ALLOWED!” Go over main rules and new rules Slide tackle, hitting ceiling/track rails/backboards, goalie restrictions, co-rec rules Slide tackle, hitting ceiling/track rails/backboards, goalie restrictions, co-rec rules Discuss that only captain’s should speak to officials Tell them that they can calmly discuss situations at dead ball situations, injuries, or time-outs Tell them that they can calmly discuss situations at dead ball situations, injuries, or time-outs Coin Toss/Fingers behind back Wish the teams a good game

17 Indoor Soccer Rules The Game: Games will consist of 20 minute halves with a running clock. Games will consist of 20 minute halves with a running clock. Halftime will not exceed 5 minutes. Halftime will not exceed 5 minutes. There are no time-outs and the clock will stop only for injuries There are no time-outs and the clock will stop only for injuries

18 Players Each team consists of six total players (5 players & a goalie) Teams may begin with four total players (including a goalie) Co-Rec teams must have a minimum of 2 women at all times Co-Rec teams may begin with four total players (including goalie), but there must be 2 girls(not including goalie) on the floor at all times (in the game) at all times If 4 players (3 total females: 1 goalie and 2 in field) or 2 total females: 2 males (1 being the goalie) If 4 players (3 total females: 1 goalie and 2 in field) or 2 total females: 2 males (1 being the goalie)

19 Indoor Soccer Rules (cont.) The referees have the right to stop the clock at their discretion for players actions. A Mercy Rule occurs if a team is ahead by 8 or more goals (MENS), or ahead by 10 or more goals (CO-REC) with 5 minutes left in the second half Female goals = 2 points; Male goals = 1 point The last person that touches the ball on a score is credited with the score In situations where officials cannot determine who the ball was off of, it will be a 1 point goal

20 Tie Games (cont.) Regular season ties are final. Playoff ties, a five-minute overtime sudden death will be played If a tie still remains: If a tie still remains: Games will be decided by three penalty shots (players must be in the game at the conclusion in order to shoot) If a tie still remains, each team will alternate until a winner is decided There are no off-sides in indoor soccer. There are no off-sides in indoor soccer. All free kicks will be indirect. Only penalty kicks are direct.

21 Indoor Soccer Rules (cont.) Substitutions may be made at any time during contest When a player reaches the bench area, the substitute may enter the game When a player reaches the bench area, the substitute may enter the game Be strict on substitutions and warn teams or give yellow cards when needed Goalies must only be substituted on dead balls Goalies must only be substituted on dead balls If a player is disqualified, (receives a red card) the team plays down a player for 5 minutes with no release (even if a goal is scored)

22 Putting the Ball in Play Kick off from the center circle at the beginning of the game, halftime, and after goals When ball is put into play, it can go forward or backward as long as it completes on full rotation before another player touches it Player A1 initiating the kick cannot be the first to touch the ball after putting into play (another player has to touch the ball before Player A1 can touch the ball) Defense must be behind the mid-court line & must be 7 feet from ball at kick-off

23 Indoor Soccer Rules (cont.) In play: Backboards Backboards Underside of track Underside of track Out of play: Track Rails Track Rails Ceiling and lights Ceiling and lights Black supports for the backboards Black supports for the backboards Ball brought to half court circle for indirect kick for opposing team If the ball is declared out of play, the ball will be brought to the half court circle.

24 Goalie Restrictions & Rules Any pass back purposely to the goalkeeper with the feet will result in an indirect kick at the spot of the foul. This also applies for this situation in the goal box. Goalies can kick the ball across half court on a goal kick, but cannot punt or drop kick the ball across half court without it bouncing or touching a player first. All Goal Kicks are indirect. Throws from the keeper may not cross midfield in the air without touching the ground or another player.

25 Goalie Restrictions & Rules The goalie is the only player who may slide, but he/she must be making an attempt on the ball. Goalies must play the ball. Goalies can only use their hands inside the crease. After gaining possession the keeper has a 5 count to release the ball back into play. There is no restriction on the amount of steps the keeper may take with the ball.

26 Indoor Soccer Rules (cont.) Goals: Whole ball must cross goal line Whole ball must cross goal line The keeper may come out of the goal area and play the court, but they cannot be pulled for a field player. The keeper may use their hands within the goal area without penalty. They may not use their hands anywhere else on the field.

27 Indoor Soccer Rules (cont.) Goal Kicks Ball goes out behind dividers kicked by offense Ball goes out behind dividers kicked by offense Ball gets stuck behind goals Ball gets stuck behind goals If in doubt it is a goal kick If in doubt it is a goal kick The kick may come from anywhere within the box, including on the line. (indirect) Corner Kick Ball was kicked out of bounds behind dividers by defense Ball was kicked out of bounds behind dividers by defense

28 Indoor Soccer Rules (cont.) Fouls and Misconduct Minors: kicking, tripping, holding, charging, obstruction, dangerous play, illegal use of hands, too many players Minors: kicking, tripping, holding, charging, obstruction, dangerous play, illegal use of hands, too many players Penalty: Offended team puts play at offended spot as an indirect kick Majors: *slide tackling (ejection and penalty kick)* body checking, goalie interference, abuse to officials, unsportsmanlike conduct, handling an obvious goal (red card and goal awarded) Majors: *slide tackling (ejection and penalty kick)* body checking, goalie interference, abuse to officials, unsportsmanlike conduct, handling an obvious goal (red card and goal awarded) Penalty: Yellow card to a Red card Make sure to distinguish between a slide, slip & a dangerous play vs. a slide tackle WHEN GIVING A RED CARD, BE CALM AND CONTROLED. YOUR POISE MAY HELP DIFFUSE THE SITUATION.

29 Yellow and Red Cards Yellow infraction cards will result in a 2 minute penalty Play with 1 less player for 2 minutes, or until the opposing team scores Play with 1 less player for 2 minutes, or until the opposing team scores Disregarded for jewelry/checking in yellow cards Individual players are limited to one yellow card, with a second resulting in automatic ejection (red card) All ejected players must leave the gym area and cannot spectate 2 red cards or 4 yellow cards in a season will disqualify the player for the remainder of the season That person must meet with the Intramural Director in order to be eligible to play further That person must meet with the Intramural Director in order to be eligible to play further

30 Free Kicks & Penalty Shots All free kicks, except penalty shots are indirect Defense must be 7 feet from ball Defense must be 7 feet from ball Offense can choose to start play without defense 7ft. away, but may request officials to step off distance or warn defense Penalty shots are granted for intentional/flagrant fouls in the goalie crease During penalty shot, all players must be behind white line that will be indicated by officials Goalkeeper can move side to side, but cannot move forward until ball is kicked ONLY Obstruction or Dangerous Play fouls in goalie area committed by the defending team will be indirect at spot of the foul INDIRECT KICK SIGNAL

31 Hand Balls HANDLING THE BALL Player's may not make deliberately contact the ball with their hand or arm. "Deliberate Contact" includes: not avoiding contact with the hand Movement of the arm to an un-normal position Movement of the arm to an un-normal position Grabbing or reaching for the ball Grabbing or reaching for the ball Moving hands or arms instinctively to protect the body when suddenly faced with a fast approaching ball does not constitute deliberate contact Moving hands or arms instinctively to protect the body when suddenly faced with a fast approaching ball does not constitute deliberate contact Likewise, placing hands or arms to protect the body at a free kick or similar restart is not likely to produce an infringement of the rules. Likewise, placing hands or arms to protect the body at a free kick or similar restart is not likely to produce an infringement of the rules. Accidental contact that results in an advanatge does not change the nature of the play. Accidental contact that results in an advanatge does not change the nature of the play.

32 Hand Balls The referee should only punish the deliberate actions of a player that grabs, strikes, or pushes the ball to gain an unfair advantage. General Rule: The ball can "play" the hand, but it is a foul if the hand "plays" the ball. The ball can "play" the hand, but it is a foul if the hand "plays" the ball. The Shoulder and Arm The Shoulder and Arm The “hand” is considered to be any part of the arm-hand from fingertip to shoulder. Using the top of the shoulder is not considered as using the hand Restarting Play The ball will be restarted with an indirect kick at the spot of the foul. Defensive handling of the ball in the box will result in a penalty kick. ALWAYS CLEARLY SIGNAL WHICH WAY THE KICK IS GOING.

33 ADVANTAGE USE ADVANTAGE IN A MANNER THAT IT HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON GAME CONTROL APPLY ADVANTAGE APPROPRIATELY TO THE TEMPO OF THE GAME CORRECTLY INDICATE BY SIGNAL AND VOICE

34 Advantatge Allows play to continue when the team against which an offense has been committed will benefit from such an advantage and penalizes the original offense if the anticipated advantage did not ensue at that time.

35 DURING PLAY - ADVANTAGE LEAD AND TRAIL REFEREE EITHER REFEREE MAY SHOUT “PLAY ON” AND MOVE BOTH HANDS FORWARD IN A SWEEPING ACTION EITHER REFEREE MAY SHOUT “PLAY ON” AND MOVE BOTH HANDS FORWARD IN A SWEEPING ACTION IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE REFEREE FURTHER AWAY FROM THE PLAY DELAY HIS/HER WHISTLE IN CASE THE REFEREE CLOSER TO THE PLAY CHOOSES TO ALLOW ADVANTAGE IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE REFEREE FURTHER AWAY FROM THE PLAY DELAY HIS/HER WHISTLE IN CASE THE REFEREE CLOSER TO THE PLAY CHOOSES TO ALLOW ADVANTAGE

36 MANAGEMENT SKILLS SUPPORT/REINFORCE OTHER OFFICIAL’S DECISION DEAL WITH OFF THE BALL INCIDENTS MAKE PROMPT DECISIONS AND ENCOURAGE QUICK RE-STARTS PROPER “WALL” MANAGEMENT IDENTIFY GAME-DELAYS AND DEAL WITH IT APPROPRIATELY

37 RECOGNITION SKILLS KNOWLEDGE OF THE RULES AND THE SPIRIT OF THE RULES IDENTIFY DELIBERATE FOULS FOULS FROM BEHIND GAMESMANSHIP FIRST FOUL/IMMEDIATE RETALIATION PERSISTENT INFRINGEMENT IDENTIFY SERIOUS FOUL AND VIOLENT CONTACT

38 DURING PLAY - FOULS LEAD AND TRAIL REFEREE STOP THE GAME WITH A WHISTLE AND RUN TO THE SPOT OF THE FOUL TO CONTROL RETALIATION OR MISCONDUCT STOP THE GAME WITH A WHISTLE AND RUN TO THE SPOT OF THE FOUL TO CONTROL RETALIATION OR MISCONDUCT INDICATE DIRECTION AND MAKE SURE THE BALL IS PROPERLY PLACED INDICATE DIRECTION AND MAKE SURE THE BALL IS PROPERLY PLACED ALLOWS EITHER A QUICK FREE KICK RESTART OR MAKES SURE THE DEFENDERS ARE AT LEAST 7 FT. FROM THE SPOT OF THE BALL ALLOWS EITHER A QUICK FREE KICK RESTART OR MAKES SURE THE DEFENDERS ARE AT LEAST 7 FT. FROM THE SPOT OF THE BALL

39 DURING PLAY - FOULS LEAD AND TRAIL REFEREE INDIRECT KICKS, GIVES THE APPROPRIATE HAND SIGNAL AND HOLDS IT UNTIL THE BALL HAS BEEN PLAYED BY ANOTHER PLAYER OR GOES OUT OF BOUNDS INDIRECT KICKS, GIVES THE APPROPRIATE HAND SIGNAL AND HOLDS IT UNTIL THE BALL HAS BEEN PLAYED BY ANOTHER PLAYER OR GOES OUT OF BOUNDS IF BOTH REFEREES WHISTLE AT THE SAME TIME, HAVE A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNAL PRIOR TO THE GAME TO AVOID MAKING OPPOSING CALLS IF BOTH REFEREES WHISTLE AT THE SAME TIME, HAVE A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNAL PRIOR TO THE GAME TO AVOID MAKING OPPOSING CALLS IF THERE IS AN OPPOSING CALL, FIRST FOUL IS GIVEN FREE KICK IF THERE IS AN OPPOSING CALL, FIRST FOUL IS GIVEN FREE KICK

40 DURING PLAY - DROP BALL THE REFEREE NEAREST THE POINT WHERE THE DROP BALL SITUATION OCCURRED, WILL ADMINISTER THE DROP BALL EACH REFEREE WILL RETAIN THEIR POSITION OF TRAIL AND LEAD REFEREE RESPECTIVELY, WITH THE NON- ADMINISTERING REFEREE OBSERVING THE PLAYERS AROUND THE AREA WHERE THE BALL IS DROPPED

41 Goalie Play Any throw by goalie must bounce and/or touch another team member prior to crossing the mid-court line. The goalie is allowed to put the ball on the ground and kick it as far as they want, but no punting or drop kicks can go over half court without touching a player or bouncing first. Goalie is the only player that may slide, but must make an attempt at the ball and stay inside the box (where the ball is…not the body).

42 DURING PLAY - PENALTY KICK LEAD REFEREE POINTS TO THE PENALTY MARK AND MOVES TO THE EDGE OF THE PENALTY AREA NEAR THE GOAL LINE POINTS TO THE PENALTY MARK AND MOVES TO THE EDGE OF THE PENALTY AREA NEAR THE GOAL LINE WILL HANDLE THE BALL TO THE KICKER AND INSTRUCT THE PLAYER WHERE TO PLACE THE BALL WILL HANDLE THE BALL TO THE KICKER AND INSTRUCT THE PLAYER WHERE TO PLACE THE BALL POSITIONS HIM/HER SELF TO OBSERVE MOVEMENT OF BOTH GOALKEEPER AND KICKER POSITIONS HIM/HER SELF TO OBSERVE MOVEMENT OF BOTH GOALKEEPER AND KICKER OBSERVES THAT THE GOALKEEPER DOES NOT MOVE FORWARD BEFORE THE BALL IS KICKED OBSERVES THAT THE GOALKEEPER DOES NOT MOVE FORWARD BEFORE THE BALL IS KICKED ACTS AS GOAL JUDGE ACTS AS GOAL JUDGE MAKES SURE THE GOALKEEPER IS READY MAKES SURE THE GOALKEEPER IS READY DECLARES THE BALL READY AND WHISTLES FOR THE KICK TO BE TAKEN DECLARES THE BALL READY AND WHISTLES FOR THE KICK TO BE TAKEN

43 DURING PLAY - PENALTY KICK TRAIL REFEREE IS POSITIONED AT THE CORNER OF THE PENALTY AREA, OPPOSITE THE LEAD REFEREE IS POSITIONED AT THE CORNER OF THE PENALTY AREA, OPPOSITE THE LEAD REFEREE RESPONSIBLE FOR INFRINGEMENT OF PENALTY AREA AND SEMI-CIRCLE ARC BY MEMBERS OF BOTH TEAMS RESPONSIBLE FOR INFRINGEMENT OF PENALTY AREA AND SEMI-CIRCLE ARC BY MEMBERS OF BOTH TEAMS AFTER A PENALTY KICK HAS BEEN AWARDED, THE TRAIL OFFICIAL WILL PICK UP THE BALL AND PREPARE FOR THE KICK. AFTER A PENALTY KICK HAS BEEN AWARDED, THE TRAIL OFFICIAL WILL PICK UP THE BALL AND PREPARE FOR THE KICK.

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