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RECREATIONAL YOUTH REFEREE COURSE
Unit 5
Being a Referee
or
Assistant Referee
Referee
Assistant Referee
Diagonal System of Control
Uniform & Equipment
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-1
Being a Referee or Assistant
Refereec
Objective:
1. The students will identify the duties and powers of the
Referee
2. The students will identify the duties of the Assistant
Referee
3. The students will identify the basic concepts of the
Diagonal System of Control
4. The students will identify the proper uniform and
equipment of the Referee
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-2
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Referee’s authority:
begins upon arrival at field
until leaving field after end of match
Approve the ball
Ensure players’ equipment meets Law 4
Keep record of game and time
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-3
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Stop, suspend, terminate game for:
Infringements of the Laws
Outside interference
Stop play for serious injury
Allow play to continue for slight injury
Have player bleeding leave the field
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-4
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Give advantage if offended team will benefit
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-5
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Give advantage if offended team will benefit
Caution or send off players guilty of misconduct
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-5
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Give advantage if offended team will benefit
Caution or send off players guilty of misconduct
Take action against team officials who misbehave
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-5
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Give advantage if offended team will benefit
Caution or send off players guilty of misconduct
Take action against team officials who misbehave
Act on advice of Assistant Referee when…
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-5
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee’s Powers & Duties:
Not allow unauthorized persons on the field
Match report:
•Disciplinary action against players or
team officials
•Other incidents
May change decision if play has not been restarted
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-6
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee may terminate a match for reasons of:
safety (weather, darkness)
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-7
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Referee may terminate a match for reasons of:
safety (weather, darkness)
team not appear or leave before match ends
interference by spectators
But:
may not declare a winner or loser
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-7
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Records to keep:
Start time
End time
Goals as they are scored
Players cautioned or sent off
Team officials misconduct and action taken
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Referee, V-8
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Types of Assistants:
Neutral:
Referees serving as Assistant Referee
Linesmen (USSF grade 10)
Not neutral:
Club Linesmen
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-1
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Duties of Assistant Referee:
1. Ball out of play
2. Which side entitled to throw-in, goal kick or
corner kick
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-2
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Duties of Assistant Referee:
1. Ball out of play
2. Which side entitled to throw-in, goal kick or
corner kick
3. Offside
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-2
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Duties of Assistant Referee:
1. Ball out of play
2. Which side entitled to throw-in, goal kick or
corner kick
3. Offside
4. Substitution requested
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-2
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Duties of Assistant Referee:
1. Ball out of play
2. Which side entitled to throw-in, goal kick or
corner kick
3. Offside
4. Substitution requested
5. Misconduct not seen by referee
6. Assist Referee to control the game
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-2
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Duties of Linesman (Grade 10):
1. Ball out of play
2. Which side entitled to throw-in, goal kick or
corner kick
3. Offside
4. Substitution requested
(May not indicate fouls and misconduct)
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-3
Being a Referee or Assistant Referee
Duties of Club Linesman:
1. Ball out of play
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Assistant Referee, V-4
Diagonal System of Control
3 Officials:
• 1 Referee
• 2 Assistant Referees
AR2
Assistant Referee’s Patrol
AR1
Diagonal Can Be Reversed
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-1
Diagonal System of Control
At least two officials observe play at all times
AR2
OR,
AR1
AR2
AR1
Third Official observes behind back of referee, is ready for counter attack
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-2
Diagonal System of Control
Understanding of responsibilities
• “Procedures for Referees, Assistant Referees and Fourth
Officials”
• Pre-game instructions from Referee to Assistant Referees
• Proper positioning and communication
Referee
Near play
Diagonal path
Diagonal not rigid
Assistant Referee
Outside touch line
Between Halfway and Touch Lines
Even with 2nd last defender
Follow all balls to goal line
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-3
Diagonal System of Control
ASSISTANT REFEREE EVEN WITH...
SECONDLAST
DEFENDER
OR
.
THE
BALL
.
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-4
Diagonal System of Control
Responsibilities of the Assistant Referees
To Understand Their Duties Clearly
Indicate when ball is out over entire touch line or goal line
Indicate which side is entitled to goal kick, corner kick or throw-in
(unless Referee has made decision)
Indicate Offside that should be penalized
Assist Referee on misconduct & fouls out of the view of the referee
Assist on substitutions
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-5
Diagonal System of Control
Game Mechanics:
Prior to kick-off
Kick-off
During play
Ball in touch
Referee’s section
Assistant’s section
Goal
Goal, ball rebounds into play
Goal disallowed
Offside
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-6
Substitutions
• Give signal when referee
looks
• When recognized, lower flag
• Supervise at halfway line
• Ensure substitute enters field
after replaced player has left
field
Unit 5, DSC, V-7
Prior to the Game
• Arrival at the field
– Referee and linesmen/AR
• Inspection of the field
– Referee and linesmen/AR
• Pre-game instructions
– Referee and linesmen/AR
• 15 min. Before kick-off
– Check players
Unit 5, DSC, V-8
Prior to the Game
• Prior to kick-off
– Referee and linesmen/AR
– Referee
– Linesmen/AR
• 1 minute before kickoff
– Linesmen/AR
• 30 seconds before kick-off
– Referee
Unit 5, DSC, V-9
Law 10 - Method of Scoring
• Goal - ball back into
play
– Linesman/AR
Unit 5, DSC, V-10
Law 10 - Method of Scoring
• Goal Disallowed
– Linesman/AR
Shooter
was
offside
OR
Any other
reason
Unit 5, DSC, V-11
Law 11 – Offside (Except U6/U8)
• To indicate offside
• Linesmen/AR
• Referee
Unit 5, DSC, V-12
Law 11 – Offside (Except U6/U8)
• To indicate position
• Linesmen/AR
Far side
Center
Near side
Unit 5, DSC, V-13
Law 14 - Penalty Kick
(Except U6/U8)
L
Unit 5, DSC, V-14
Law 15 - Throw-in
• Throw-in referee’s side
– Referee
– Linesman/AR
Unit 5, DSC, V-15
Law 15 - Throw-in
• Throw-in AR/Linesman’s side
– Linesman/AR
Unit 5, DSC, V-16
Law 16 - Goal Kick
• GOAL KICK
– Referee
– Linesman/AR
Unit 5, DSC, V-17
Law 16 - Goal Kick
L1/AR
L2/AR
R
17
Unit 5, DSC, V-18
Law 17 - Corner Kick
AR/L
20
Unit 5, DSC, V-19
Corner Kick - AR/Linesman’s
Side
• Referee
• Linesman/AR
Unit 5, DSC, V-20
Corner Kick - Referee’s Side
Referee
Linesman/AR Linesman/AR
(Ball clearly out)
(Ball out and back in)
Unit 5, DSC, V-21
Diagonal System of Control
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, DSC, V-22
Timing
• Last 5 minutes, appropriate number of
fingers on shorts pointing down
• Time expired, closed fingers into fist on
shorts
• If referee has difficulty seeing this signal,
move the fist to the chest (arm across chest)
Unit 5, DSC, V-23
End of the Game
• Secure the game ball
• Join the referee on the field
• Flag is furled
• Supervise the handshake
• Leave the field as a team
after teams have left the field
Unit 5, DSC, V-24
Referee Uniform
Gold Shirt, black pin stripes
Black Collar
Black Cuffs on long sleeve shirt
Black Shorts
Black Socks, 3 white stripes
(no emblem)
Black Shoes, black laces,
white manufacturer logo
USSF Badge with current grade & year
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Uniform & Equipment, V-1
Referee Uniform
Alternate Shirt:
Black Shirt, white pin stripes
Black collar
Black Cuffs on long sleeve shirt
Alternate Shirt:
Red Shirt, black pin stripes
Black collar
Black Cuffs on long sleeve shirt
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Uniform & Equipment, V-2
Referee Equipment
Ideal Essential Equipment:
Two whistles
Two watches
Game record forms
Two pencils or pens
Red & Yellow cards
Assistant Referees’ flags
Tossing coin
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Uniform & Equipment, V-3
Referee Equipment
Optional Equipment:
Water
Air pump and needles
Air pressure gauge
Tape for measuring ball
Pre-game checklist
Extra shoes / laces
Shoe polish or cleaner
Sun block
Waterproof enclosure for forms
USSF, Recreational Youth Referee Course
Unit 5, Uniform & Equipment, V-4

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