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© 2011 U.S. Soccer1 U.S. Soccer Referee Department 2012 Grade 8 – Law 8
© 2011 U.S. Soccer2 Law 8 The Start and Restart of Play
© 2011 U.S. Soccer3 Objectives demonstrate a properly dropped ball state the proper position of players at a kick-off given examples, identify improper kick- offs and the proper restart for each situation, if necessary to the satisfaction of the Instructor. At the end of this lesson the student will be able to:
© 2011 U.S. Soccer4 Topics Coin toss Kick-off Location of players Scoring directly from kick-off Referee’s signal for start of play Kick-off infractions Dropped ball
© 2011 U.S. Soccer5 Coin Toss Introductions Referee tosses coin, who calls it? Traditionally the visiting captain Winner picks end to defend Loser gets to kick-off Be friendly, cordial and brief Do not coach or lecture Start the game on time
© 2011 U.S. Soccer6 Guide to Procedures Video
© 2011 U.S. Soccer7 Kick-off Mechanics Prior to kick-off (3 - 5 minutes) Referee team enter field together Moves smartly to center spot Referee carries match ball AR’s move to goal and check nets AR’s then go to touchlines
© 2011 U.S. Soccer8 Kick-off Mechanics One minute before kick-off: Assistant Referees supervise bench area line up with 2nd last defender count players in their half unfurl flag to signal readiness Referee supervises clearing of the field visually checks with AR’s for readiness
© 2011 U.S. Soccer9 Kick-off Mechanics At kick-off: Each team in own half of field Defenders at least 10 yards from ball Ball stationary on center mark Referee gives a signal for kick-off (How?) Ball is in play when it is kicked and moves forward
© 2011 U.S. Soccer10 Kick-off Direction G G
© 2011 U.S. Soccer11 Kick-offs Are Used Start of game After each goal By team scored upon Start of second half By team that did not kick-off in first half After teams switch ends Start of each overtime period A goal may be scored directly from a kick-off Kick-off is the first of the 8 restarts you will learn
© 2011 U.S. Soccer12 Infractions at a Kick-off Players in wrong half of field Ball does not move forward Taken before referee’s signal Retake the kick Kicker plays ball a second time “double touch” - IFK to opponent
© 2011 U.S. Soccer13 Definition - Dropped Ball A dropped ball is a method of restarting play when, while the ball is in play, the referee is required to stop play temporarily for any reason not mentioned elsewhere in the Laws of the Game.
© 2011 U.S. Soccer14 Dropped Ball Any dropped ball inside the goal area must be moved out to the closest point on the 6 yard line.
© 2011 U.S. Soccer15 Dropped Ball Procedures Referee drops ball (from player waist high) area)Where ball was when play was stopped (except in goal area) No players required (2 players traditional) Re-drop if: touched by a player before it hits ground ball leaves field before touched
© 2011 U.S. Soccer16 Video Example
© 2011 U.S. Soccer17 Video Example
© 2011 U.S. Soccer18 Review Coin toss brief and cordial Who calls it? Traditionally the visitor calls it. What choice does the winner have? Which goal it will attack What will the loser get to do? Kick off in the first half.
© 2011 U.S. Soccer19 Review At the kick-off: Where are the players? Players are in their own half of field How far away are the defenders at least 10 yards from ball When is the ball in play? When it is kicked forward Can a goal be scored directly? Yes Must there be a signal for play to start? Yes, by the Referee
© 2011 U.S. Soccer20 Review Any infractions (except 2nd touch) Retake the kick 2nd touch by kicker IFK for opponents Dropped ball for undefined stoppages Where does the dropped ball take place? When is the ball in play? What happens if a player “double touches” the ball? Who can participate? How many can?
© 2011 U.S. Soccer21 Restart Worksheet 2 Restarts to fill out from Law 8: Kick-off Dropped Ball
© 2011 U.S. Soccer22 Restart Worksheet Name of Restart: Caused by? Where? Who? Score Directly? 2 Touch Rule? Ball in Play? Restrictions on Players? Law:Ceremonial: A N M Kick-off8 Start a game, the 2 nd half or OT, restart the game after a goal is scored Center MarkCoin toss loser, or by last team scored on. Yes Kicked forward 10 yards by opponents and all in own half Name of Restart: Caused by? Where? Who? Score Directly? 2 Touch Rule? Ball in Play? Restrictions on Players? Law:Ceremonial: A N M Dropped Ball 8 Injury stoppage or other undefined stoppage Where ball was except*Anyone No Touches Ground None, traditionally only 1 from each team
1 Law 8 The Start and Restart of Play. 2 At the end of this lesson the student will: Objectives demonstrate a properly dropped ball state the proper position.
LAW 8 – Kick-Off and Dropped Ball
© 2011 U.S. Soccer1 U.S. Soccer Referee Department 2012 Grade 8 – Law 14 Penalty Kick.
Duration of the Game Law 7. vEqual periods – Quarters or Halves vClock starts at Kick Off vKeeps running vPeriod ends when time is up vExtend time only.
The Kick-Off – Law 8 Winner of coin toss chooses ends Loser of coin toss kicks off first half Change ends for second half Winner of original coin toss.
Ohio High School Rule Differences 2014 Part 3 RULES 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 Starting and Restarting Play.
© 2011 U.S. Soccer1 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval U.S. Soccer Referee Department 2012 Grade 8 – Law 15 The Throw-In.
1 of 15Laws 13 and 14 Overview LAW 13 Free kicks LAW 14 Penalty Kicks An OVERVIEW.
Ohio High School Rule Differences 2014 Part 4 RULES 13 and 14 Dynamic Restarts.
Law 14 The Penalty Kick. 2 At the end of this lesson the student will do the following 3 things: Objectives 1.state when a penalty kick should be awarded.
Restarts 1. Topics Kick-Off Throw-In Goal Kick Corner Kick Dropped Ball Free Kick – Direct – Indirect – Penalty 2 Restarts when ball is out of play Restarts.
Law 16 Goal Kick. 2 At the end of this lesson the student will: Objectives state when a goal kick should be awarded state what constitutes a properly.
Law 7 – Duration of the Match Timing Two equal periods of 20 minutes each –Length changed only prior to start –Referee and teams must agree to change.
LAW 13 FREE KICKS 9 TOPICS 1. Definition 2. Types of free kicks 3. Free kick “rules” 4. Special “requirements” in penalty area and goal area.
Free Kicks Law 13. “ The way play is restarted after the referee has stopped play for an infraction” DEFINITION OF A FREE KICK.
Referee Training 2013 Laws 7, 8, 9 and 10 INSTRUCTORS: George Compton & Neil Kendrick.
Bridge Module Grade 9 to Grade 8 1. Number of Players Objective To allow the learner to review the previously learned information and learn the new information.
Laws of the Game Questions & Discussion November 7, 2012.
‘FIVE DAYS THOU SHALT LABOR, AS THE BIBLE SAYS. THE SEVENTH DAY IS THE LORD THY GOD’S. THE SIXTH DAY IS FOR SOCCER’ BY:BURGESS ANTHONY GAME PROCEDURES.
1 Law 13 Free Kicks 2 At the end of this lesson the student will: Objectives list the elements necessary for a correctly taken free kick state the two.
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