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LAWS OF THE GAME pg 3    

Tuesday, October 4, 2005 2:20 PM

LAW VII: THE START AND RESTART OF PLAY
A. Kick-off will be given to the guest team. Home team will have kick-off at the start of the second half. Ball is in play when it moves from foot contact in any direction. Any touch is considered sufficient movement.
B. Teams will change direction at halftime.
C. Restart due to injury will be from where play was stopped.
D. There will be no goal kicks. Restarts that would be considered goal-kicks shall be goalkeeper throws.
A. Dropped ball may be used to restart play if, in the opinion of the referee, neither team has clear possession of the ball at the time of stoppage.
B. The restart for Three-Line Violations and Ceiling Violations shall be a direct-free kick awarded to the opposing team at the center of their attacking third (3rd) line (red hash mark).
C. Direct Free Kicks will be awarded for all other stoppage of play, at the discretion of the referee.
D. Coed—All free kicks must be taken by a woman.

LAW VIII: THE BALL IN AND OUT OF PLAY
A. The ball is out of play when it wholly crosses the perimeter wall or makes contact with the safety netting. Restart will begin three (3) feet from the wall where the ball went out of play.
B. Ceiling Violation—The ball is out of play when it makes contact with the overhead safety netting. A direct free-kick will be awarded to the opposing team at the center of their attacking third (3rd) line (red hash mark.)
C. Three-Line Violation: A Three-Line Violation occurs when a player propels the ball across all three (3) horizontal lines toward the opponent’s goal without touching the ground, the perimeter wall, the referee or any player on the field. A direct free-kick will be awarded to the opposing team at the center of their attacking third (3rd) line (red hash mark.)

 

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