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  • 1. Instructor: Rich Carman   President   OSRA Brampton Law 4 - Players Equipment
  • 2.
    •   At the end of this lesson the student will be able to both of the following:
    • list the basic and acceptable equipment that can be used by a player
    • state the penalty for infringements of Law 4
  • 3.
    • Players’ equipment shall not be dangerous to themselves or any other player (including any kind of jewelry.)
    • This is your opinion and is final without question.
    • Note:
    • This does not mean you have the right to set a different standard from the world.
    • Manufacturers check products with authorities before marketing them.
  • 4.
    •   Jersey or Shirt
    • (tucked in, if undergarments are
    • worn, the colour of the sleeve
    • should be the same main colour
    • as the sleeve of the jersey or shirt )
    •  
    • Shorts
    • (if undershorts are worn,
    • they must be same colour as the shorts)
    •  
    • Stockings
    •  
    • Shinguards
    •  
    • Footwear
  • 5.
    • Shinguards must be
    • Covered entirely by the socks or stockings
    • Made of suitable material
    • (rubber, plastic, or similar substance)
    • Provide a reasonable degree of protection
  • 6.
    •   Each team must play in a colour that is distinctly different to their opponent
    •   Goalkeepers colours must be different to other players.
    • All players colours must be different to the referee and assistant referees.
    •  
  • 7.
    •    Each players’ shirt must be numbered for identification purposes
    • A team is not permitted to have duplicate numbers
    • All players must be identified on the game sheet by their shirt number and their name
  • 8.
    • All items of Jewelry are potentially dangerous.
    • The term “dangerous” can be susceptible to interpretation.
    • Therefore in order to be uniform and consistent…
  • 9.
    • Any kind of Jewelry has to be forbidden.
    • Players are not allowed to use tape to cover Jewelry except as noted - C.S.A. Law 4 policy.
    • Taping Jewelry is not adequate protection.
  • 10.
    • In order to avoid “last minute” problems, teams should inform their players in advance to remove the following items...
  • 11.
    • Rings
    • Bracelets
    • Watches
    • Hair combs
    • Hair clips
    • Wrist bands
    • Necklaces
    • Visible body/ face piercings
    • Earrings
    • Ear studs
    • Long & loose beaded hair
  • 12.  
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  • 16.
    • In cases of medic alert Jewelry, it is not recommended that the player remove the Jewelry.
  • 17.
    • In cases of medic alert...
    • Removing the Jewelry could prove fatal to the player involved, if injury occurs to that player and improper medication is diagnosed.
  • 18.
    • Players must adequately pad medic alert Jewelry for player safety reasons.
    • However, the taping should be such that the description of the medical problem be left clearly visible.
  • 19.
    • Wedding rings must be removed.
    • The only exception is a smooth wedding band which the referee is convinced cannot be removed.
    • It must be adequately padded.
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  • 26.
    • Braces are not considered to be removable and therefore may be permitted.
    • Mouth guards are recommended but not enforced.
  • 27.  
  • 28.
    • Modern protective equipment that is made of soft, lightweight, padded material is not considered dangerous and is therefore permitted.
    • This may include...
  • 29.
    • Head gear.
    • Sports spectacles.
    • Prescription safety glasses.
    • Face masks.
    • Knee and arm protectors.
  • 30.  
  • 31.
    • Hats are not allowed on the field of play except for the goalkeepers using one as an eyeshade .
  • 32.
    • The visor must be soft and contain no metal or plastic parts.
  • 33.
    • Religious headwear should be considered an acceptable non-compulsory item, provided that the item is safe to all players.
  • 34.  
  • 35.
    • Bandanas are not permitted to be used, however…
    • If for medical reasons and with medical certification or upon satisfactory inspection, the referee determines that it is needed, then it may be used.
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  • 39.
    • New technology has made sports spectacles much safer, both for the players themselves and for other players.
    • Spectacles made with glass are not acceptable .
  • 40.
    • Referees are expected to show tolerance when authorizing their use and allow spectacles as long as the basic principles of law 4 have been met…
    • Particularly to younger players.
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  • 45.
    • Rigid casts may not be worn in any game under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Soccer Association.
    • This decision must be made prior to the start of play.
  • 46.  
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  • 48. Knee braces with mechanical hinges HAVE to be adequately padded to prevent injury to the player and others
  • 49.
    • For any infringement of this Law:
    • play need not be stopped
    • the player at fault is instructed by the referee to leave the field of play to correct his equipment
    • the player leaves the field of play when the ball next ceases to be in play, unless he has already corrected his equipment
    • any player required to leave the field of play to correct his equipment, does not reenter without the permission of the referee
  • 50.
    • For any infringement of this Law:
    • the referee checks that the player’s equipment is correct before allowing him to reenter the field of play
    • the player is only allowed to re-enter the field of play when the ball is out of play
    • A player who has been required to leave the field of play because of an infringement of this Law and who enters (or re-enters) the field of play without the permission of the referee is cautioned and shown the yellow card.
  • 51.
    • If play is stopped by the referee to administer a caution:
    • the match is restarted by an indirect free kick taken by a player of the opposing side, from the place where the ball was when the referee stopped the match
  • 52.
    • Items of a religious nature are permitted providing they are securely fastened and do not present a danger to the player or another player
  • 53.
    • Goalkeepers are permitted to wear a cap providing it is made of soft material and the peak must not be made of any material that would render the cap dangerous to other players
    • Headbands that are made of soft, lightweight, padded material are not considered a danger to other players and are now permitted
    •   Bandanas are not allowed
  • 54.
    •   Players wearing a soft cast will be allowed to play providing the cast does not present a danger to other players. All casts must be adequately padded.
    • Knee braces that have mechanical hinges or plastic or metal struts must be padded and covered so that the hard pieces are not a hazard or danger to other players.
  • 55.
    • Players must not reveal undershirts which contain slogans or advertising. The basic compulsory equipment must not contain any political, religious or personal statements. A player removing his jersey to reveal slogans or advertising will be sanctioned by the competition organiser. The team of a player whose basic compulsory equipment contains political, religious or personal slogans or statements will be sanctioned by the competition organiser or by FIFA.
    • Jerseys must have sleeves.
  • 56.
    • Headwear
    • Tobacco products
    • Alcoholic beverage
    • Jewelry
    • Jersey not tucked in
    • Numbers don’t match
    • Undershorts colour
    • No shin guards
    • Socks not same colour
    • Dangerous footwear
  • 57.
    • What are the 5 pieces of Compulsory equipment?
      • Shirt or jersey, tucked in
      • Shorts, sliding shorts same color
      • Shinguards, 3 requirements?
        • Covered by stockings
        • Made of suitable material
        • Provide reasonable degree of protection
      • Stockings
      • Shoes
    • What type of equipment is Never Allowed?
      • Dangerous equipment