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Questions about the rules of sports, including regulations for particular competitions or formats. Questions must also be tagged for the specific sport or competition.

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from the penalty mark are taken after the match has ended Therefore, according to the rules, the player cannot be sent off because he has not received more than one yellow card during the same …
asked Jan 28 by Labba
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Before you immediately say 'yes', let me explain why I asked this question. According to Law 11, a defending player who leaves the field of play for any reason shall be considered to be positioned on …
asked Nov 25 '16 by Labba
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I know this is the kind of question that could easily dismissed with a 'No, it is not'. However, the Glossary section of the 2016/17 Laws of the Game reads that (link, p. 163): Field of play (Pitc …
asked Feb 17 '17 by Labba
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In the Laws of the Game, there is a small—yet non empty—set of offences for which the referee must not immediately blow his whistle as he usually does for 'normal' fouls, but must instead allow play t …
asked Jun 29 '18 by Labba
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If no contact has been made with the opponent, play is restarted with an indirect free kick from where the foul occurred (Law 12.2): An indirect free kick is awarded if a player: plays in …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Labba
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situation (but sadly I have no screenshots of this) to kicking the ball at an opponent while taking a free kick in order to replay it, which could be seen as a way of circumventing the rules, but is …
asked Aug 1 by Labba
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This question was inspired by something that happened during a Serie A match between Napoli and Milan yesterday. A defender handles the ball to prevent it from crossing the goal line: advantage is pla …
asked Aug 28 '16 by Labba
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I personally think this is one of the most confusing aspects of the Laws of the Game. In particular, I'm referring to these two paragraphs (Law 11.4): (Defending players off the field of play) …
asked Jun 1 by Labba
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under the current Laws of the Game? Or are there any other official rules/interpretations that justify a yellow card and that I'm unaware of? …
asked Aug 4 '18 by Labba
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Although the Laws of the Game say a player must be cautioned if he's guilty of unsporting behaviour, a direct definition of what constitutes "unsporting behaviour" is never provided (apart from a very …
asked Jun 13 by Labba