Law 17 The Corner Kick

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Law 17 The Corner Kick

  1. 1. Law 17 The Corner Kick
  2. 2. Topics 2 • Duties and Responsibilities • Ball In Play and Out of Play • Flag Technique • Cooperation and AR signals • Procedures - Infringements
  3. 3. Duties and Responsibilities 3 When the whole of the ball has crossed the entire width of the goal line, not counted as a goal and last touched by a defender, a corner kick is awarded. The responsibility for indicating that the ball has left the field of play and that a corner kick should be awarded is shared by the referee and each assistant referee.
  4. 4. Ball in Play and Out of Play 4 Whenever an A.R. signals the ball out of the play, he must retain the signal until acknowledged by the referee.
  5. 5. Flag technique 5 Regardless of the corner to be used or which official has primary responsibility: the flag is pointed downward toward the nearest corner flag for clear decisions, direct signal when the ball goes over the goal line and the decision is tight the assistant referee must first raise his flag to inform the referee the ball is out of play
  6. 6. Cooperation and AR Signal 6 Ball leaves the field of play across the AR’s side of the goal line. Unclear situations: Clear situations: raise the flag (if show corner kick necessary) directly make eye contact priority for A.R. follow referee’s signal
  7. 7. Cooperation and AR Signal 7 Ball leaves the field of play across the referee’s side of the goal line. Unclear situations Clear situations make eye contact show corner kick directly priority for Referee just follow referee’s signal
  8. 8. Cooperation and AR Signal 8 Regardless of the corner used for the kick, the AR is positioned in line with the goal line behind the corner flag.
  9. 9. Cooperation and AR Signal 9 The AR assists the referee to ensure that: the ball is properly placed the corner flag is not moved opponents are at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the corner arc
  10. 10. Procedures - Infringements 10 The ball is kicked by a player of the attacking team. The ball shall be placed inside the corner arc and is in play when it is kicked, therefore the ball does not need to leave the corner arc to be in play.
  11. 11. Procedures - Infringements 11 A goal may be scored directly from a corner kick, but only against the opposing team. There is no offside offence if a player receives the ball directly from a corner kick.
  12. 12. Procedures - Infringements 12 Opponents remain at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the corner arc until the ball is in play (use the optional marks off the field of play for assistance) to deal with these situations, referees shall warn any players within this distance before the corner kick is taken and caution the player if he fails to retreat to the correct distance. Play shall be restarted with a corner kick
  13. 13. Procedures - Infringements 13 If the kicker touches the ball a second time before it has touched another player, including if the ball rebounds from a goal post, an indirect free kick shall be awarded to the opposing team in the position where the second touch occurred.*
  14. 14. Procedures - Infringements 14 If a player, while correctly taking a corner kick, intentionally kicks the ball at an opponent in order to play the ball a second time but neither in a careless nor a reckless manner nor using excessive force, the referee shall allow play to continue.

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