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SIU Futsal Official's Clinic

  2. 2. Expectations  Knowledge of sports rules and mechanics  Represent the Intramural Program positively as an official, player, and spectator  Serve as an impartial and fair official.  Be respectful to all players and participants.  Ensure a safe environment for all.  Clothing  Athletic clothing  Staff shirt  No Jewelry, watches, wristbands, etc.  Whistle
  3. 3. Defaults and Forfeits  Default  A default is an unplayed game without penalty.  A team must call or email the office by 4:00 PM the day of the game  Forfeit  Three types  Failure to show:  If a team does not show up to a scheduled game and has not contacted the Competitive Sports office, they will receive a forfeit  Eligibility  A team has one or more ineligible players participating during a game.  Poor Sportsmanship  A team receive three or more unsportsmanlike penalties during one contest.
  4. 4. Protests  Protests  Rule protest  The officials’ judgement is not subject to protest.  If team captain feels the rules were misinterpreted or misapplied, before the start of the next play, the captain must petition the referee.  The team captain can discuss the situation with the officials and supervisor  Eligibility Protest  If team captain notices that a player on the other team is playing while ineligible, he or she needs to inform the officials and supervisor.  This protest can occur before, during, or after the contest.
  5. 5. Team Requirements  Single Gender Leagues  Maximum of 5 players on court  Minimum of 4 players to avoid forfeit  Co-Rec  Combinations may include:  3 Males/2 Females  2 Males/3 Females  2 Males/2 Females  Note: There can never be more than 1 person advantage by gener (e.g. 4 Males/1 Female)
  6. 6. PLAYER EQUIPMENT  Athletic Clothing  Clothing should allow freedom of movement  Athletic Shoes  Shoes must be worn at all times  Non marking rubber sole athletic shoes  No boots, crocks, dress shoes, etc.  Hats  No billed hats or any headwear with knots  Headbands and knit or stocking caps are legal  Braces and Casts  Casts are not allowed anywhere on body  Braces may be below the waist and covered with appropriate materials  Sleeves may be worn above and below the waist
  7. 7. PLAYER EQUIPMENT (CONT.)  All shin guards made of hard substances (plastic etc.) must be covered entirely by socks  Goalkeeper must wear a color that distinguishes them as a goalkeeper  Left side of schedule wears white shirts, right side wears dark shirts  Jerseys not provided by Intramural Sports • Indoor soccer balls will be used. • Soccer balls are available for checkout with your own student ID card • Team captains and the game official may agree to use an alternative ball
  8. 8. Team Captain Responsibilities  Ensure teammates are following SIU’s IM rules  Communicating game time, location, and ID policy  Representing the team and communicating with officials  Only captain is permitted to discuss the game with officials  Ensure good sportsmanship among teammates and players  Return rented equipment  Cooperating with IM Supervisors concerning anything concerning protests, incidents, or accidents that occur during IM Sports play.
  9. 9. The Game
  10. 10. The Game  Team Roster  Each team shall consist of five (5) players, one of whom shall be the goalkeeper. Teams must have at least 4 players at the designated time of the contest  Coin Toss  The choice of ends or possession of ball is determined by the coin toss prior to game time.  Timing  The game shall consist of two equal periods of 20 minutes each; with a two minute half-time.  The clock will only be stopped if the referee has to discontinue the game or if a player is injured.  No time-outs are permitted.
  11. 11. The Game  There is no offsides rule in SIU Futsal.  Slide Tackling  No slide-tackling is allowed.  No contact occurs = indirect free kick for the opposing team and a yellow card being issued against the offending player.  Contact occurs = a direct free kick for the opposing team and a red card being issued against the offending player.  Within the goal box, the goalkeeper is allowed to slide in order to save the ball.  Note: The goalkeeper cannot intentional slide to create contact with another player.
  12. 12. Overtime  Overtime will not occur during regular season  Overtime is as follows:  1st 5 minute sudden death period  2nd 5 minute sudden death period  If no goal is scored, then penalty kicks will follow  Penalty kicks  5 penalty kicks from each team will be made  Will be made from the 1o yard penalty mark spot  Team may use any goaltender for penalty kicks  If still tied, sets of penalty kicks will be made, until a winner is determined  Teams may not change goalies during the penalty shootout
  13. 13. The Game: Kick Off  A goal may not be scored directly from a kick off.  Players from the opposing team may not be within 5 yards of the ball when a kick off takes place.  Ball must be kicked backwards from the center spot in order for play to begin.
  14. 14. Ball In and Out of Play  Ball is out of play when:  When it leaves the court boundaries whether in the air or on the ground  The ball is in play at all other times including:  When the ball contacts the touchlines  When it rebounds from a cross-bar, post, or net  When it rebounds off the referee who is in the field of play.  When it rebounds or hits and drops back onto the court after hitting the net surrounding the sport court; except those behind each goal  If the ball leaves the field of play along the goal line  Last touched by offense – goal kick  Last touched by defense – corner kick
  15. 15. The Game: Goal Keeper  The goalkeeper can save the ball during a live ball  Can either throw or kick the ball length of the court after a save has been made  No punts or drop kicks  The goalkeeper will be asked to redo the goal kick if this rule is violated  During a goal kick, the ball must either be touched by a player or the ground on the goalkeeper’s half of the court.
  16. 16. The Game: The Goal Keeper  The goalkeeper may not hold the ball for more than 6 seconds  During that interval, the goalkeeper may hold the ball, bounce it, or throw it in the air and catch it.  When a player deliberately kicks the ball to her/his own goalkeeper, the goalkeeper is not permitted to touch the ball with her/his hands  If this occurs, an indirect free kick will be given at the spot of the infraction
  17. 17. Substitutions  Substitutes can come at any time, and there are no limit on how many substitutions that can be made  If a sub enters the field of play before the replaced player is off the court, an indirect kick will be taken at the point where the ball lies at that time, and a yellow card will be issued to the sub  Goalkeeper may be changed during stoppage of play  Official must be notified prior to change
  18. 18. The Game: Corner Kick  When administering the corner kick, the whole of the ball shall be placed on the arc  A goal may not be scored directly from such a kick.  Players of the opposing team shall not approach within 3 yards of the ball until it is in play.  If the kicking player plays the ball consecutively, an indirect free kick shall be awarded to the opposing team.
  19. 19. Free Kicks  3 types:  Indirect Free Kick  Direct Free Kick  Penalty Kick
  20. 20. Indirect Free Kick  Indirect free kicks are taken from the point of the infraction  Typically non-contact violations  A goal can be scored after it has been touched or played by a player (including goalie) before passing through the goal.  Any indirect free-kick awarded to the attacking team within its opponent's goal area shall be taken from the part of the goal-area line which runs parallel to the goal-line, at the point nearest where the offense was committed.
  21. 21. Indirect Free Kick  Examples of Indirect Free Kick Fouls  the ball is played next by the kicker following a kickoff, a free kick, a penalty kick, a goal kick, a corner kick.  a player who is not in possession of the ball intentionally obstructs an opponent who is attempting to play the ball.  a player kicks or attempts to kick the ball while it is in the possession of the goalkeeper.  Dangerous play  Examples  High kick  Playing the ball from the ground
  22. 22. Indirect Free Kick  Examples of Indirect Free Kick Fouls  the goalkeeper illegally handles the ball while in his/her own penalty area after once relinquishing possession of the ball.  the goalkeeper delays in relinquishing possession of the ball (more than 6 seconds).  the game is stopped for misconduct of a player and no other restart takes precedence.
  23. 23. Direct Free Kick  A goal can be scored directly from such a kick.  A direct free kick shall be awarded to the opposing team at the point of the foul.  Typically involve excessive or prohibited contact OR aggressive violations
  24. 24. Direct Free Kick  Examples of Direct Free Kick Fouls:  Intentionally kicks, strikes or attempts to kick or strike an opponent.  Trips and/or attempts to trip an opponent.  Goalkeeper intentionally attempts to strike, strikes, or pushes an opponent with the ball.  Charges into an opponent in a violent or dangerous manner.  Intentionally holds or pushes an opponent with the hand(s) or arm(s) extended from the body.  Intentionally charges into an opponent while the opponent, in the act of playing the ball, has both feet off the ground.  A player, other than the goalkeeper in his/her own penalty area, deliberately handles the ball.
  25. 25. Penalty Kick  A penalty kick shall be awarded when a direct free kick foul occurs inside the offending team's penalty area.  All players except the kicker and the opposing goalkeeper shall be within the field of play  Other players should be outside the penalty area and at least 5 yards from the penalty kick line.
  26. 26. Signals
  27. 27. USE OF THE WHISTLE  Situations when to use your whistle: To beckon teams into playing position To signal a violation Direct/indirect/penalty kick For injury timeout or official’s timeout End of match Start and stop play
  28. 28. Direct Free Kick • Point in the direction the ball is moving • Arm horizontal • Hand open • Fingers together • Thumbs Up Penalty Kick • Point to the mark which the kick is to be taken • Arm at a downward angle • Closed fist • Index finger pointing to the spot Indirect Free Kick • Part 1: Point in the direction the ball is moving • Arm horizontal • Hand open • Fingers together • Thumbs Up • Part 2: Raise hand up, remain up until 2nd player touches the ball
  29. 29. Goal Kick • Point in the goal area from where kick is being taken • Arm horizontal • Hand open • Fingers together • Thumbs Up Corner Kick • Point to the corner of the side the ball went out of bounds • Arm horizontal • Hand open • Fingers together • Thumbs Up
  30. 30. Cards & Misconduct
  31. 31. Yellow & Red Cards  Once cautioned (Yellow Card), a player must leave the field and report to the scorekeeper  Dead ball/stoppage of play  No live ball re-entry  A sent-off (Red Card) player cannot be replaced by the team  Play a player down for the remainder of the match
  32. 32. Yellow & Red Cards  Two yellow cards issued to the same player will result in a red card and ejection of that player.  Three yellow cards to one team will result in immediate forfeiture of the game.  All red cards count as two yellow cards.
  33. 33. Player Misconduct: Cautionable Offenses  Cautionable offenses will result in a Yellow Card.  Some examples:  Slide Tackle (legal)  Unsporting Behavior  Delay of Game  Leaving the Field of Play Without the Referee’s Permission  Entering the Field of Play Without the Referee’s Permission
  34. 34. Player Misconduct: Sending-Off  Sending-Off requires that the player leave the field immediately.  Some examples:  Serious Foul Play  Handling to Deny an Obvious Goal Scoring Opportunity  Obvious Goal Scoring Opportunity Denied by Some Other Direct Free Kick Offense  Abusive Language  Second Yellow Card  Slide Tackle (Illegal)
  35. 35. Game Management
  36. 36. Be Consistent  Treatment of both teams  Violations should be consistently called for both ways  In determining unsportsmanlike conduct
  37. 37. Be confident  Sell the call  Move past your own/other’s criticisms  Move past your own/other’s criticism  Keep the game moving
  38. 38. Questions?

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