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1 © 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

2 © 2011 U.S. Soccer2 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Objectives state when a throw-in should be given state what constitutes a proper throw-in identify improper throw-ins from examples given At the end of this lesson the student will be able to do the following to the satisfaction of the Instructor:

3 © 2011 U.S. Soccer3 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Topics Definition Requirements Technique Hands Location of feet Restart Placement Referee technique Infractions

4 © 2011 U.S. Soccer4 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Definition Method of restarting play when the whole ball has crossed a touch line in the air or on the ground. The throw-in is awarded to opponents of the player who last touched the ball.

5 © 2011 U.S. Soccer5 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Requirements Thrower must: Deliver from point where ball crossed line (within 1 yard) Face field of play with some part of body Have part of each foot either on the touch line or on the ground outside the touch line Use both hands Deliver ball from behind and over the head

6 © 2011 U.S. Soccer6 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Guide to Procedures Video

7 © 2011 U.S. Soccer7 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Technique Face the field of play Deliver the ball from behind and over head

8 © 2011 U.S. Soccer8 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Hands Both hands on ball -----FAIR Use common sense if only one hand guiding ballFOUL

9 © 2011 U.S. Soccer9 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Location of Feet Part of each foot on or behind touch line

10 © 2011 U.S. Soccer10 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Restart Ball is in play when: Ball enters field of play, and Has left hands of thrower NOTE: A “soft” or “slow” throw-in motion is perfectly legal. A properly executed “flip throw” is perfectly legal.

11 © 2011 U.S. Soccer11 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Is this legal? If not thrown with excessive force, yes it’s legal

12 © 2011 U.S. Soccer12 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Is this a violation? We’ll have to wait and see…

13 © 2011 U.S. Soccer13 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Placement Awarded from the point where it crossed the touch line If not, it shall be considered to be improperly thrown

14 © 2011 U.S. Soccer14 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Is this a legal throw-in?

15 © 2011 U.S. Soccer15 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Is this a legal throw-in?

16 © 2011 U.S. Soccer16 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Law 15 How much leeway should you allow? What does the law say?

17 © 2011 U.S. Soccer17 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Placement of throw-in

18 © 2011 U.S. Soccer18 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Placement of throw-in

19 © 2011 U.S. Soccer19 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Placement of throw-in

20 © 2011 U.S. Soccer20 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Law 15 – Throw-in How much will players infringe the law if you don’t set the tone early? How far are the following throw-in examples from where they should have been taken?

21 © 2011 U.S. Soccer21 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Throw-in Enforcement

22 © 2011 U.S. Soccer22 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Throw-in Enforcement

23 © 2011 U.S. Soccer23 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Law 15 What’s the big deal? What danger is there in where a throw-in is taken from? Why should you enforce Law 15 the same everywhere? What advantage can a team gain by throwing in from closer to the goal?

24 © 2011 U.S. Soccer24 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval The attacking throw-in The attacking throw-in now can impact a game as much as the free kick specialists, who have their “sweet spot” in the danger zone where they’re most effective from. For an attacking throw-in to be effective, the thrower must be within his/her zone. Watch these examples.

25 © 2011 U.S. Soccer25 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Attacking Throw-in

26 © 2011 U.S. Soccer26 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Attacking Throw-in

27 © 2011 U.S. Soccer27 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Correct Referee Technique Referee or Assistant Referee should indicate place from which the throw-in should be taken If taken from improper point, throw-in awarded to other team

28 © 2011 U.S. Soccer28 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Throw-in Position Management

29 © 2011 U.S. Soccer29 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Throw-in Position Management

30 © 2011 U.S. Soccer30 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Throw-in Position Management

31 © 2011 U.S. Soccer31 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Infractions Thrower plays ball second time before ball touches another player “Double touch” - IFK to opponents Improperly thrown or from wrong point Throw-in to opponents Ball thrown directly into opponents’ goal No goal - restart with goal kick

32 © 2011 U.S. Soccer32 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Infractions Ball thrown directly into own goal No goal - restart with corner kick Ball does not enter field Retake throw-in

33 © 2011 U.S. Soccer33 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Infraction by Opponents Opponents are required to remain at least 2 yards away from the point where the ball is thrown into play. Failure to do so is “Failure to Respect the Distance” and is a mandatory Cautionable offence. But use preventive officiating and Common Sense! Besides, watch what can happen if a player fails to respect the required distance.

34 © 2011 U.S. Soccer34 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Required Distance on a Throw-in

35 © 2011 U.S. Soccer35 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Interfering with a throw-in If an opponent unfairly distracts or impedes the thrower, they must be Cautioned for Unsporting Behavior and shown the yellow card. But use preventive officiating and Common Sense!

36 © 2011 U.S. Soccer36 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Review When is a throw-in awarded? After whole ball crosses touch line Who is awarded the throw-in? The opponents of player who last touched it From where is the throw-in taken? from within 1 yard of where it left the field

37 © 2011 U.S. Soccer37 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Review Thrower must: Face field of play with some part of body Both feet on ground on or behind touch line Use both hands Deliver ball from behind and over the head

38 © 2011 U.S. Soccer38 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Review Can a goal be scored directly from throw-in? No, it must touch another player before a legal goal can be scored Are opponents allowed to interfere? No, interference by opponents is a caution Can a player be declared offside? Not if the player receives the ball directly from the throw-in.

39 © 2011 U.S. Soccer39 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Is this a legal throw-in?

40 © 2011 U.S. Soccer40 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Is this a legal throw-in?

41 © 2011 U.S. Soccer41 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval Restart Worksheet 1 Restart to fill out from Law 15: Throw-in

42 © 2011 U.S. Soccer42 CONFIDENTIAL– Not to be shared without U.S. Soccer approval 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 Throw-in15 Ball left the field completely over a touch-line Within 1 yard of spotAny player on opposing team NoYes Leaves hands & enters field Opponent’s 2 yards away from thrower, Cannot interfere


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