2020 Regional Quiz
2020 Regional Quiz for Certification
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State Referee Exam
This test is based on the IFAB 2019-2020 Laws of the Game for testing Regional Referee categories. This is also used for National Emeritus testing. Please Provide Your Full Name, Date of Birth and email. *
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1.The purpose of the regional referee is to: *
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2. The responsibilities of the regional referee consist of: *
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3. Regarding responsibilities of the regional referee, select the best choice in terms of the assignment process: *
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4. My referee mentor/coach recommended the following to improve my position during a fast attack. I should consider the items below to anticipate EXCEPT:
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5. In order to earn my Regional Referee License/Re-Certification, I must complete the following:
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6. A player, in an offside position, at the moment the ball is played or touched by a teammate, is only penalized on becoming involved in active play by: *
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7. During an offside offense, a defending player who leaves the field of play without the referee’s permission shall be judged... *
2 points
8. When a player commits an offense against an opponent within their own penalty area which denies the opponent an obvious goal scoring opportunity, the referee awards a penalty kick and the player is cautioned unless: *
2 points
9. For which of the following offenses will the referee usually issue a warning to a team official? *
2 points
10. For which of the following offenses will the referee issue a yellow card (caution) to a team official? *
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11. A named substitute starts the game (no re-entry Rule of Competition) instead of a named player, and the referee team is not informed. Select the best decision. *
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12. There is now an opportunity for shorter time spent during substitutions by applying the updated substitution procedure. This includes: *
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13. The referee awarded a direct free kick for careless offense inside the penalty area. The teammate of the goalkeeper places the ball and takes a quick restart passing the ball to another teammate inside their own penalty area while an opponent was leaving the same penalty area. You as the referee must: *
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14. Based on the Laws of the Game, which scenario describes a handling offense: *
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15. Is the official final score of a game that went to kicks from the penalty mark the sum of the goals scored during the game and the goals scored during kicks from the penalty mark? *
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16. If a player is sent off or injured and unable to continue during the kicks from the penalty mark, the opposing team should do which of the following? *
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17. What should the referee do if, during the taking of kicks from the penalty mark, a kicker feints during his or her run BUT prior to reaching the ball and a goal is scored? *
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18. Which of the following should the referee team consider if they want to be seen as match officials in a position of authority? *
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19. A player leaves the field of play to punch the assistant coach of his own team in the face. The ball is in play. What does the referee decide? *
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20. Which of the following is a responsibility of the fourth official? *
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21. When is the whistle needed? *
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22. What action should the fourth official take if the referee has issued a second caution to the same player without sending him or her off? *
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23. Which of the following is NOT one the fourth official’s responsibilities related to substitutions? *
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24. The responsibility for managing the technical area falls on which match official? *
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25. Which of the following is NOT recommended for the fourth official to say to a coach? *
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26. Should team officials who are guilty of directed abusive, insulting, or offensive language and/or gestures be sent off and shown a red card for their irresponsible behavior? *
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27. The term “outside agent” refers to which of the following? *
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28. Which of the following is NOT a result of a simulation on the field of play? *
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29. For a free kick restart by the defending team from their own penalty area, the Laws allow for: *
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30. A player who attempts to deceive the referee by simulation is guilty of which of the following? *
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31. A player is guilty of embellishment when he or she does which of the following? *
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32. Is flow considered the ability of a referee to manage the game so that the ball remains in play by eliminating unnecessary stoppages? *
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33. Which of the following is NOT a warning sign or flash point that the referee needs less flow and more game control? *
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34. When determining if a handling offense took place, the Laws describe three categories for players’ actions. These are: *
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35. Where three or more defending team players form a “wall,” all teammates of the kicker (attacking team) must remain at least: *
2 points
36. 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 is play restarted? *
2 points
37. 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? *
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38. When should match officials conduct self-reflection & self-evaluation? *
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39. After match officials answer their self-evaluation questions, should they write down a list of strengths and areas of development? *
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40. After the process is completed, who should match officials share the results of their self-evaluation with? *
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41. Can effective mentoring/coaching take place even if there isn’t a formal mentoring program established in a referee’s local community or State Referee Association? *
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42. Being a mentor/coach means that a more experienced referee will do which of the following with less experienced referees? *
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43. The Laws describe a new procedure for a dropped ball. The changes in the dropped ball procedure include the following EXCEPT: *
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44. If a team official, substitute, substituted or sent off player, or outside agent enters the field of play the referee must .... *
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45. What are the situations for which the referee must take disciplinary action? *
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46. During kicks from the penalty mark a penalty kick is taken. There's an offence by both the goalkeeper and the kicker. The kicker scores the goal. What does the referee decide? *
2 points
47. A goalkeeper is holding a shin guard in his hands and uses it to save a ball. Due to this touch a goal is denied to the opponents. What does the referee decide? *
2 points
48. What type of offense has occurred when a player has acted with disregard to the danger to, or consequences for, an opponent? *
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. *
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