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Coaches’ & Players’ Rules Introduction Based on the IKF Rules July 2012 Written by Sam Billington
Course Aim To provide a basic understanding of the rules of Korfball to assist: – Players – Coaches – Those wishing to start Refereeing This covers only the basic rules, ie those most commonly broken and not all the detailed rules! This is not the Referee Course!
Course Content To cover the basic rules covering: – Conduct of the Game – Restarting the Game Throw off / Restart, Throw up, Penalty, Free Passes – Infringements
Conduct of the Game Team Composition 2.1.b – 8 players, 2 male & 2 female in each zone – No zone has less than 3 players – Zones must be balanced. Substitutions 2.1.c – 4 subs per team (more with referee’s permission) – Players sent off can be substituted – Substituted player cannot return to the match
Conduct of the Game Timings 3.1.b, 3.1.c & League Rule – 2 x 30 min halves with 5 min interval – Excludes Timeouts and Substitutions Timeouts 3.1.c & League Rule – 60 sec duration number determined by League This is a 45 sec pause then 15 sec warning before restarting the game. – Can only happen when the game has stopped. Ie when the game would commence with a Restart or Throw
Restarting the Game Throwoff 3.5. – Start of the match – Start of the second half – After a goal has been scored Restart 3.9.a – After a light infringement
Restarting the Game Throw off, Outball & Restart 3.9.c < 4 sec ✔ > 2.5 m ✔ ✗ ✗
Restarting the Game Free Pass 3.10. – Heavy infringement by a Defender – Usually for “disrupting the Attack” – Defender violating the conditions for a Restart 3.6.v.
Restarting the Game Free Pass 3.9.c < 4 sec ✔ > 2.5 m ✔ ✗ ✗ > 1.0 m ✔ ✗ > 2.5 m ✔ ✔
Restarting the Game Penalty 3.11. – Infringement by a Defender resulting in the loss of a scoring chance by an Attacker. – Infringement by an Attacker resulting in the loss of a scoring chance by an Attacker in the other division. 3.6. – Repeated violations. – On the second time any Defender violates the Free Pass circle at the same Free Pass.
Restarting the Game Penalty 3.11 > 2.5 m ✔ ✔ ✔ No time limit ✔ > 2.5 m
Restarting the Game Referee Throwup 3.8. – When two opponents seize the ball at the same time. – After an interruption in play where no side has the right to have possession of the ball.
Infringements 3.6. Touch the ball with leg 3.6.a. – From the knee down. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart / Free pass Play the ball with the fist 3.6.b. – When played with a clenched fist. – att. = Restart. def. = Free pass To take hold, catch or tap the ball when touching the ground other than with the feet 3.6.c. – When takes control / taps of the ball whilst player is in contact with the ground other than the feet. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart
Infringements 3.6. To run with the ball 3.6.d. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart Player stationary when catching the ball? Yes No Player is stationary and then moves? Player stops in shortest distance possible? Yes No ✔ ✗ Player shot? NoYes No ✗ Player released ball before placing foot on the ground for the 3 rd time? No ✔ ✗ Yes
Infringements 3.6. Solo Play 3.6.e. – Deliberate avoidance of cooperation. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart Handing the ball to another player 3.6.f. – Ball must travel out of control through the air. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart Delay the game 3.6.g. – Requirement for constant attack. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart
Infringements 3.6. To run the ball out of an opponents hand 3.6.h – One or two handed control. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart / Free pass ✗ ✗
Infringements 3.6. To push / cling to / hold off an opponent 3.6.i. – Impediment of free movement eg. Spreading out of arms and legs Landing on a player Running down a player – A stationary player does not have to give way. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart / Free pass
Infringements 3.6. To play outside one’s zone 3.6.i – Player must not have touched the line or a surface outside the zone before releasing the ball. – Can jump from own zone and release ball before landing outside own zone. – att. = Restart. def. = Restart ✗ ✔ ✔
Infringements 3.6. An Out ball 3.7 – When the ball touches: An object or player grounded outside the field of play Boundary line The ceiling or object above the field of play – att. = Outball. def. = Outball ✗ ✔ ✗
Infringements 3.6. To shoot from a defended position 3.6.n. – The Defender shall be: Actively be defending the ball. Be within an arms length of the attacker. Have his face turned towards the attacker. Be closer to the post. – att. = Restart
Infringements 3.6. To play in a dangerous manner 3.6.u. – To force your opponent to collide at speed with another player. – If the Defender is not aware of the impending collision then the Attacker is penalised. (eg outfield players in a 2-2 situation.) – If the Defender is aware and has time to act then the Defender is penalised. – att. = Restart def. = Restart / Freepass
Infringements 3.6. To shoot after cutting past another Attacker. 3.6.o. – Defender is in a defending / hindering position – Defender cannot follow his Attacker as the Attacker passes too close to another Attacker – The Defender collides with or is likely to collide with this second Attacker – Defender has to give up his defending / hindering position – Attacker shoots directly or from a return pass – att. = Restart
Infringements 3.6. Left hand diagram shows the start position as the Feed position. The Attacker takes a shot in each case. Middle diagram the Defender gives up position so cannot be cutting. Right hand diagram Defender is forced to give up position so is cutting. ✔ ✗
Infringements 3.6. To take hold of the post in order to gain an advantage. 3.6.s. – To gain extra height when jumping. – To change direction quicker. – To accelerate away from the post quicker. – att. = Restart. def. = Freepass
Infringements 3.6. To influence a shot by moving the posts. 3.6.r. – By a Player if goal is scored or if ball contacts the post and returns to the Player’s team control = Restart. – By a Defender if by moving the post a goal was not scored. = Penalty – att. = Restart. def. = Restart / Penalty
Infringements 3.6. To shoot when without an opponent. 3.6.q. – When there are 4 Attackers and 3 Defenders. – Coach states which player will not shoot. – Non shooter can only be changed after a stoppage in play and the Referee informed. – att. = Restart. To score from the Defending Zone. 3.6.p. – att. = Restart (from under the Korf)