Week number Laws of the Game quiz 2019-2020 questions by Dutch Referee Blog
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1. Someone suddenly enters the football pitch while the ball is in play. He starts counting the blades of grass in the centre circle. The referee notices the extra person at the moment the left winger of Team A swings the ball in and then his teammate scores. What's the correct restart of play?
Dropped ball where the extra person was when counting blades of grass
Dropped ball where the ball was when the referee noticed the extra person
Penalty kick because there was a goal-scoring opportunity when the extra person was spotted
Kick-off, because the extra person did not interfere with play
2. What do the Laws of the Game say about the team captain?
He is the man who is allowed to say everything to the referee
The team captain has no special status or privileges but has a degree of responsibility for the behaviour of the team.
The captain has a special status and is allowed to say more to the referee than his teammates
The captain has no responsibility for the behaviour of his team
3. The ball is kicked by the attacking team into the far corner. Only one attacker runs after it. The ball touches the corner flagpost and remains in the field of play that way. The attackers dribbles towards the goal and scores. The referee ...
Awards a goal
Throw-in for the defending team
Goal-kick for the defending team
Dropped ball next to the corner flag post
4. A defending player who leaves the field of play without the referee’s permission ...
needs to be booked immediately and play shall be restarted with an indirect free kick
shall be considered to be on the goal line or touchline for the purposes of offside until the next stoppage in play
shall be considered to be on the goalline until the defending team has played the ball towards the halfway line and it is outside its penalty area.
shall be considered to be on the goal line or touchline for the purposes of offside until the next stoppage in play or until the defending team has played the ball towards the halfway line and it is outside its penalty area.
5. A player loses his shoe, continues playing, dribbles the ball 40 metres and then scores. Is this allowed?
Only if he scores with the foot that still has a shoe on
Only if he puts the shoe back on before he shoots
Yes, because the ball did not go out of play before he scored
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