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Field surface
Field markings
The penalty area
The corner arc
The field of play
Metric measurements
Number of Players
Number of substitutions
Substitution procedure
Changing the goalkeeper
Players and substitutes sent off
Basic equipment
Restart of play
The authority of the referee
Powers and duties
Decisions of the referee
Periods of play
Half-time interval
Allowance for time lost
Penalty kick
Abandoned match
Definition of kick-off
Definition of dropped ball
Ball out of play
Ball in play
Goal scored
Winning team
Competition rules
Offside position
No offence
Direct free kick
Indirect free kick
Disciplinary sanctions
Cautionable offences
Sending-off offences
Types of free kick
The direct free kick
The indirect free kick
Position of free kick
Position of the ball and the players
Infringements and sanctions
Commercial advertising
Logos and emblems
Additional balls
Extra persons on the field of play
Goal scored with an extra person on the field of play
Minimum number of players
Other equipment
Injured players
More than one offence occurring at the same time
Positioning with ball in play
Positioning in ball out of play situations
1. Positioning for the kick-off
3. Positioning for a corner kick (1)
5. Positioning for a free kick (1)
7. Positioning for a free kick (3)
Use of whistle
Body language
Duties and responsibilities
Positioning and teamwork
1. Kick-off
2. General positioning during the match
3. Goal kick
4. Goalkeeper releasing the ball
5. Penalty kick
6. Kicks from the penalty mark
7. “Goal – no goal” situations
8. Corner kick
9. Free kick
Running technique
Signal beep
Flag technique and team work
Dropped ball
The ball inside the field of play touches a person other than a player
No goal
touches the ball
does not touch the ball
Basic requirements for a foul
Charging an opponent
Holding an opponent
Handling the ball
Offences committed by goalkeepers
Offences committed against goalkeepers
Playing in a dangerous manner
Impeding the progress of an opponent
Delaying the restart of play to issue a card
Cautions for unsporting behaviour
Celebration of a goal
Showing dissent by word or action
Delaying the restart of play
Persistent infringement
Serious foul play
Violent conduct
Offences where an object (or the ball) is thrown
Preparing for the penalty kick
Infringements – after the whistle and before the ball is in play
Goal No goal
Name and constitution
Special meetings
Decisions of the Board
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Laws of the Game 2011 12 En

Laws of the Game 2011 12 En

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Published by Awais Amin Ahmed

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Published by: Awais Amin Ahmed on May 06, 2012
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