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1 National Program for Referee Development 1 of 56Law 11 LAW 11 Offside

2 National Program for Referee Development 2 of 56Law 11 Objectives list the three restarts where there is no offside offense state what constitutes involvement in active play identify offside position apply a uniform interpretation of the Offside Law in all situations At the end of this lesson the student will be able to:

3 National Program for Referee Development 3 of 56Law 11 TOPICS 1.Explanation 2.Elements of the Law a.Offside position b.Involvement in active play c.Judgement d.Not offside e.Sanctions 3.Lots of examples

4 National Program for Referee Development 4 of 56Law 11 ELEMENTS OF THE LAW Position nearer to opponents goal line than the ball and the second last opponent (last but one) Unless is in own half of the field is level (even) with second last opponent is level with the last two opponents

5 National Program for Referee Development 5 of 56Law 11 ELEMENTS OF THE LAW Timing at the moment the ball touches or is played by one of their team Opinion of the referee to penalize involved in active play by: interfering with play interfering with an opponent gaining an advantage by being in that position

6 National Program for Referee Development 6 of 56Law 11 ELEMENTS OF THE LAW It is not an offense in itself to be in an offside position Judgement of offside occurs at the moment the ball is touched or played by a teammate - not - when the player receives the ball

7 National Program for Referee Development 7 of 56Law 11 ELEMENTS OF THE LAW There is no offside offense if a player receives the ball directly from: a goal kick corner kick or a throw-in

8 National Program for Referee Development 8 of 56Law 11 ELEMENTS OF THE LAW For any offside offense, the referee awards an indirect free kick to the opposing team to be taken from the place where the infringement occurred Not where the whistle sounded!

9 National Program for Referee Development 9 of 56Law 11 AREA OF ACTIVE PLAY Is that sector of the field where players actively participate in that play

10 National Program for Referee Development 10 of 56Law 11 Determination of Offside Is the player in the attacking half? Is the player nearer the goal than the ball? Is the player nearer the goal than the second last defender? Is the player interfering with play or an opponent? Is the player gaining advantage? IF yes to all above, then: IF yes to either above, then Offside, otherwise no infraction

11 National Program for Referee Development 11 of 56Law 11 OFFSIDE POSITION?

12 National Program for Referee Development 12 of 56Law 11 INVOLVED IN ACTIVE PLAY?

13 National Program for Referee Development 13 of 56Law 11 AN INFRINGEMENT The player in offside position has played the ball and has gained an advantage and must be sanctioned for offside

14 National Program for Referee Development 14 of 56Law 11 Offside Position vs. Activity Offside position alone is not an infringement Offside position and activity is an infringement

15 National Program for Referee Development 15 of 56Law 11 VIOLATION Which half is #9 in? 1/2

16 National Program for Referee Development 16 of 56Law 11 VIOLATION 2/2

17 National Program for Referee Development 17 of 56Law 11 ASSISTANT REFEREE To determine offside, the assistant referee must be concerned about and concentrating totally on his or her task. The assistant referee can not be a spectator of the game.

18 National Program for Referee Development 18 of 56Law 11 What is Even? The torso, head & feet are looked at for determining even for purposes of offside. -Not hands

19 National Program for Referee Development 19 of 56Law 11 Is This Even?

20 National Program for Referee Development 20 of 56Law 11 Absolutely! Not Offside

21 National Program for Referee Development 21 of 56Law 11 Is This Even?

22 National Program for Referee Development 22 of 56Law 11 Not! Offside

23 National Program for Referee Development 23 of 56Law 11 OFFSIDE POSITION? Is the player involved in active play? 1/3

24 National Program for Referee Development 24 of 56Law 11 INVOLVED IN ACTIVE PLAY? Where is the area of active play? 2/3

25 National Program for Referee Development 25 of 56Law 11 NO INVOLVEMENT 3/3

26 National Program for Referee Development 26 of 56Law 11 OFSIDE POSITION? Is the player involved in active play? 1/3

27 National Program for Referee Development 27 of 56Law 11 Interfering with an Opponent? Where is the area of active play? 2/3

28 National Program for Referee Development 28 of 56Law 11 Interfering with an Opponent? 3/3

29 National Program for Referee Development 29 of 56Law 11 Interfering with an Opponent? Is the player involved in active play? 1/3

30 National Program for Referee Development 30 of 56Law 11 Interfering with an Opponent? Where is the area of active play? 2/3

31 National Program for Referee Development 31 of 56Law 11 Interfering with an Opponent? The player, in an offside position interfered with an opponentand must The player, in an offside position interfered with an opponent and must be sanctioned for offside. 3/3

32 National Program for Referee Development 32 of 56Law 11 GOALKEEPER NOT DISTRACTED As play approaches the goal, the goalkeepers primary focus is on the ball. Offside decisions are the responsibility of the officials…. not the goalkeeper. Goalkeepers should not allow themselves to be distracted by the nearby presence of opposing players, whether they are offside or not offside. The goalkeepers attention must be on the ball !!

33 National Program for Referee Development 33 of 56Law 11 SHOT AT GOAL HITS POST Involved in active play? Where is the area of active play? 1/3

34 National Program for Referee Development 34 of 56Law 11 SHOT AT GOAL HITS POST Now hes involved 2/3

35 National Program for Referee Development 35 of 56Law 11 AN INFRINGEMENT In this example, the player who was in offside position gained an advantage from being in an offside position and must be penalized

36 National Program for Referee Development 36 of 56Law 11 SHOT AT GOAL 1/3

37 National Program for Referee Development 37 of 56Law 11 Involved in active play? SHOT AT GOAL Where is the area of active play? 2/3

38 National Program for Referee Development 38 of 56Law 11 SHOT AT GOAL Allow the shot and the goal! 3/3

39 National Program for Referee Development 39 of 56Law 11 No Infringement IT IS LEGAL TO BE IN AN OFFSIDE POSITION

40 National Program for Referee Development 40 of 56Law 11 FREE KICK Involvement in active play?

41 National Program for Referee Development 41 of 56Law 11 NO INFRINGEMENT If that player were removed would it have made a difference? (Hand of God)

42 National Program for Referee Development 42 of 56Law 11 Referee / Assistant Referee It is the assistant referees responsibility to determine position and activity of the players. The referee makes the final decision to stop the game.

43 National Program for Referee Development 43 of 56Law 11 REBOUND FROM GOALKEEPER Does the player gain an advantage? Deflection- no control by GK

44 National Program for Referee Development 44 of 56Law 11 INFRINGEMENT

45 National Program for Referee Development 45 of 56Law 11 BALL DEFLECTED BY DEFENDER Does the player gain an advantage?

46 National Program for Referee Development 46 of 56Law 11 AN INFRINGEMENT OFF-SIDE At the moment the ball was played by a teammate, the player was in offside position.

47 National Program for Referee Development 47 of 56Law 11 CORNER KICK 1/3

48 National Program for Referee Development 48 of 56Law 11 CORNER KICK 2/3

49 National Program for Referee Development 49 of 56Law 11 CORNER KICK 3/3

50 National Program for Referee Development 50 of 56Law 11 THROW-IN 1/3

51 National Program for Referee Development 51 of 56Law 11 THROW-IN 2/3

52 National Program for Referee Development 52 of 56Law 11 THROW-IN 3/3

53 National Program for Referee Development 53 of 56Law 11 Non-Involvement Clear intention to not participate: Standing still Moving away from active play Stepping off the field of play

54 National Program for Referee Development 54 of 56Law 11 MECHANICS At the moment a teammate plays the ball, the assistant referee, before raising the flag must: Observe players positions Evaluate players activities In other words ask the questions! Player activities means that the player is immediately involved with that particular sequence of play

55 National Program for Referee Development 55 of 56Law 11 MECHANICS Before raising the flag to indicate a player is off- side, be certain that the player is: Involved with active play, or Interfering with an opponent, or Gaining an advantage by being in an off- side position Only then signal to the referee when you are completely satisfied that this is the case

56 National Program for Referee Development 56 of 56Law 11 Review l What is position? l What is timing? l What is active involvement? l Which of these three can you miss & still have offside? l 3 restarts when NOT offside l What is defender control vs. touch?


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