Week 29 Laws of the Game quiz 2018-2019 questions by Dutch Referee Blog
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1. A defender, not the goalkeeper, takes a direct free kick in his own penalty area. He slips and the ball barely moves forward. Before the ball has left the penalty area he deliberately picks up the ball with his hands. How does play need to be restarted?
Retake of that free kick
Indirect free kick
2. A player changes places with the goalkeeper without the referee’s permission during half-time. The referee:
allows play to continue
allows play to continue and cautions both players when the ball is next out of play
stops play and cautions both players
stops play and cautions the goalkeeper
3. A player receives medical treatment behind his goal. While still bleeding, she runs onto the field of play. She is quick enough to touch it right before the ball would have crossed the goal-line denies the opposing team a goal. One of the attackers gets mad at her after that and kicks the offender in the face with excessive force. What does the referee decide?
Restart the game with a penalty kick and show both players a red card
Restart the game with a penalty kick and show the injured player a red card for denying the opposing team a goal
Restart the game with a penalty kick and show the attacker a red card for kicking someone in her face
Restart the game with an indirect free kick and show both players a red card
4. The ball goes out of play for a throw-in. A midfielder picks it up and throws it, not as a throw-in, recklessly at an opponent. What does the referee decide?
Shows the midfielder a red card and restarts play with a throw-in.
Shows the midfielder a yellow card and restarts play with a direct free kick.
Shows the midfielder a red card and restarts play with a direct free kick.
Shows the midfielder a yellow card and restarts play with a throw-in.
5. A cup game ends in a draw and penalty kicks need to be taken to determine a winner. There are no considerations (ground conditions or safety) to choose for a specific side. How is it decided at which end the kicks will be taken?
The captain of the home team decides
The captain of the away team decides, because he’s the guest
The referee tosses a coin to decide the goal at which the kicks will be taken
The team that does not start the kicks decides at which goals the kicks will be taken
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