2020 Grassroots Referee Recert Quiz
2020 Grassroots Recert Quiz
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Grassroots Recert Quiz
This exam is based on the IFAB 2019-2020 Laws of the Game for testing all Grassroots Referees. Please Provide Your Full Name, Date of Birth and email. *
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1) Who should correct any reported problems with the field of play? *
2 points
2) What should referees use to effectively communicate with players? *
2 points
3) The number of players allowed during small-sided and recreational youth games will depend on what? *
2 points
4) Are players allowed to wear earrings (or other jewelry) so long as they are completely taped over? *
2 points
5) The team that wins the coin toss prior to kick-off decides… *
2 points
6) Which of the following are considered outside agents? *
2 points
7) Do referees have the authority to stop, suspend or abandon a game because of outside interference based on the Laws of the Game? *
2 points
8) Will having a general understanding of the teams’ tactics better prepare referees to position themselves effectively during the game? *
2 points
9) With the 2019-2020 modifications, there’s an opportunity for shorter the time spent during substitutions. This includes: *
2 points
10) When managing the team technical areas and dealing with coaches or other team officials who are behaving irresponsibly, referees should use the Ask, Tell, ___________ approach. *
2 points
11) Being able to recognize the tactical changes that result from substitutions will allow officials to be which of the following? *
2 points
12) Which of the following should assistant referees indicate? *
2 points
13) Should assistant referees follow the ball all the way to the goal line when it goes past the second to last defender? *
2 points
14) In addition to signaling for offside offenses, what other duties might assistant referees expect to perform? *
2 points
15) The recommended position for an assistant referee during play is which of the following? *
2 points
16) An attacking player, in an offside position, receives the ball directly from a teammate’s indirect free kick. Is the player guilty of an offside offense? *
2 points
17) An attacking player, in an offside position, receives the ball directly from a teammate’s goal kick. Is the player guilty of an offside offense? *
2 points
18) An attacking player, in an offside position, receives the ball from a teammate’s pass after it bounces/deflects off the outstretched leg of a defender. Is the player guilty of an offside offense? *
2 points
19) A player who has received formal permission by the referee to be off the field or who has been instructed off the field to correct his/her equipment by the referee, may return to the field after the equipment has been checked by a match official and with the permission of the referee … *
2 points
20) A player off the field for an injury may return during play but only with the referee’s permission. If the ball is in play, the player may only be allowed to return from across the ____________. *
2 points
21) What should the referee do if a team makes a change to the starting lineup with a player listed on the roster after the referee team has already checked in the players and confirmed the rosters? *
2 points
22) If not dealt with by the referee, dissent can do which of the following?
2 points
23) How many players are involved when describing mass confrontation?
2 points
24) Game disrepute and mass confrontation often result from aggressive or inflammatory fouls or incidents. Should officials recognize these warning signs and attempt to deal with situations proactively? *
2 points
25) When mass confrontation breaks out among the players, what approach should the referee team use to manage the situation? *
2 points
26) Fouls/offenses that break up a promising attack or prevent the opponent from getting the ball into an advantageous position result in ... *
2 points
27) Is proper positioning important for the accurate foul/offense recognition? *
2 points
28) When applying advantage, what factors should the referee consider? *
2 points
29) Should the referee apply advantage if the fouled player’s team is able to retain control of the ball as part of a developing or promising attack? *
2 points
30) Is the arm considered being used as a weapon if a player jumps up and into an opponent or leads with an extended arm? *
2 points
31) During a goal kick, are all the opposing players required to be outside the penalty area until the ball is in play?
2 points
32) When is the ball in play from a goal kick? *
2 points
33) The referee sees the ball enter the goal. The assistant referee makes eye contact with the referee and then sprints up the touchline towards the halfway line. What has the assistant referee indicated? *
2 points
34) At a dropped ball, the ball touches the ground, and is kicked directly into the opponent’s goal without touching at least two players. How should the referee restart the game? *
2 points
35) The 2019-20 Law modification describes a new procedure for a dropped ball. The modifications include the following EXCEPT: *
2 points
36) When a throw-in is being taken, an opponent fails to respect the required distance. What action should the referee take? *
2 points
37) A player carelessly kicks an opponent while contesting for the ball in the center circle. How should the referee restart play? *
2 points
38) At the taking of a free kick, an opponent who is less than ten yards from the ball fails to respect the required distance by advancing or lunging toward the ball and blocks the kick. What action should the referee take? *
2 points
39) For a free kick by the defending team from inside their own penalty area, the law allows for: *
2 points
40) I’m the referee in a small-sided game, and I see a defender challenging for the ball to make the other team lose the ball. The defender tackles for the ball but misses and with her momentum accidently, yet carelessly, trip her opponent. The ball continues to move over the touchline. How do you restart the game? *
2 points
41) Will the ball be in play when “it is kicked and clearly moves” in a goal kick even in a 7v7 youth environment where a build-out line is in use for player development? *
2 points
42) Where three or more defending team players form a “wall,” all teammates of the kicker attacking team) must remain at least: *
2 points
43) When should the referee allow for a quick free kick to be taken instead of requiring a ceremonial free kick? *
2 points
44) When a player denies the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by a deliberately handling the ball, what is the correct restart and disciplinary action? *
2 points
45) If at the taking of a penalty kick, the kicker plays the ball backwards, the correct restart is: *
2 points
46) A penalty kick is completed when the ball stops moving, the ball goes out of play, or the referee stops play for any offense (s) of the Laws of the Game. *
2 points
47) Before completing the required report(s), should the referee confirm all relevant information with the other members of the referee team? *
2 points
48) When completing the required report(s), does the referee need to use language that is specific and concise, and based on the Laws of the Game? *
2 points
49) During kicks from the penalty mark after the match has ended in a tie, a goalkeeper that is unable to continue may be replaced by any excluded player or a named substitute (if have not used maximum permitted). The replaced goalkeeper may take a kick later. *
2 points
50) During kicks from the penalty mark after the match has ended in a tie, a goalkeeper that is unable to continue may be replaced by any excluded player or a named substitute (if have not used maximum permitted). If the replaced goalkeeper has already taken a kick, the replacement may NOT take a kick until the next round of kicks. *
2 points
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