May Grade 8 Referee Class Detail (Six Nights - Must attend all Classes)
Dates: May 5,7,9,12,14,16 (Mon/Wed/Friday) 6:00PM-9:00PM
Location: 275 Rose Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566.
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Daily Referee Quiz
A goalkeeper bounces the ball before kicking it. Is this an offence?
(a) Yes. According to the Laws of the Game the goalkeeper has relinquished possession of the ball.
(b) No. According to the Laws of the Game the goalkeeper has not relinquished possession of the ball.
(c) Yes, provided that he can put it into play without the need to bounce it.
(d) Yes, because it is considered time wasting.
What are the maximum and minimum number of players and substitutes allowed in any one team that can be listed to participate in an official match?
(a) A maximum of 16 and a minimum of 7.
(b) A maximum of 23 and a minimum of 7, depending on the maximum number stipulated by the rules of the competition .
(c) The maximum and minimum number is established by each of the member associations.
(d) A maximum of 11 and a minimum of 7.
A player who has taken a goal kick correctly deliberately plays the ball with his hand when the ball has left the penalty area but before another player has touched it. What decision should the referee make?
(a) The referee awards an indirect free kick to the opposing team. The player could be cautioned, sent off or no disciplinary action could be taken according to the offence.
(b) The referee awards a direct free kick or a penalty kick to the opposing team. The player could be cautioned, sent off or no disciplinary action could be taken according to the offence.
(c) The referee orders the goal kick to be retaken.
(d) The referee awards a dropped ball and may caution, send off or take no action against the player according to the offence.
If a player uses excessive force or brutality against an opponent when the ball is not in play he is guilty of...
(a) violent conduct.
(b) serious foul play.
(c) violent behaviour or serious foul play.
(d) unsporting behaviour.