Daily Referee Quiz
What is the minimum distance an opponent has to stand from the corner arc at a corner kick?
(a) 10 yrds (9.15 meters).
(b) 12 yrds (10 meters).
(c) 6 yrds (5 meters).
(d) 5 yds (4 meters).
A goalkeeper holds the ball in the palm of his hand. An opponent heads the ball out of his hand. Is this allowed?
(a) Yes, always.
(b) No, never.
(c) Yes, if not done in a dangerous way.
(d) It is left to the discretion of the referee.
During the half-time interval, a player changes position with the goalkeeper without informing the referee. The new goalkeeper denies a goal with his hand and the ball goes for a corner kick. What decision should the referee make?
(a) The referee awards a penalty kick and sends off the new goalkeeper.
(b) The referee awards a goal and sends off the two players involved in the change during the next stoppage in play.
(c) The referee awards a corner kick. He sends off the new goalkeeper and cautions the other player involved in the change.
(d) The referee awards a corner kick in favour of the attacking team and cautions the two players involved in the change.
Of the following infringements, indicate which is stated in the Laws of the Game as an offence punishable with a caution under Law 12.
(a) Entering or re-entering the field of play without the referee`s permission.
(b) Being guilty of unsporting behaviour.
(c) Dissent by word or action.
(d) All are correct.