Week 23 Laws of the Game quiz 2018-2019 questions by Dutch Referee Blog
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1. A player takes the kick-off. He realises his teammate does not expect the ball. Opponents are trying to get the ball. He decides to touch the ball again and shoots at the opponent’s goal. The ball enters the goal. What does the referee decide?
Retake of the kick-off. The goal is not allowed.
Kick-off for the opponents after allowing the goal
Indirect free kick
2. Last year, during the warming-up before the game, Patrice Evra gets mad at one of the fans. He gives him a karate kick in the face. The referee sees this. When is he allowed to take disciplinary action?
From entering the field of play for the pre-match inspection until leaving the field of play after the match ends
From entering the field of play for the start of the first half until leaving the field of play after the match ends
From entering the field of play for the start of the first half until one hour after leaving the field of play from the moment the match ends
From the first whistle until the final whistle
3. The referee stops play because he sees that a defender leaves the field of play to spit one of the substitutes, who is doing a warm-up near the sidelines, from the opposing team in the face. What does the referee decide?
Yellow card + direct free kick
Red card + direct free kick
Red card + indirect free kick
Red card + dropped ball
4. A defender wants to kick the ball out of play, but it rebounds off the assistant referee who is positioned on the line. The ball has not wholly passed over the touchline. The attacker receives the ball and runs towards the goal and shoots the ball over the goal. How is play restarted?
Direct free kick
5. A player is in offside position. Her teammate shoots the ball at goal and the player in offside position is clearly obstructing the goalkeeper’s line of vision. The ball goes in the goal. What does the referee decide?
Allows the goal and restarts the game with a kick-off
Denies the goal and restarts the game with an indirect free kick for offside
Denies the goal and restarts the game with an indirect free kick for unsporting behaviour
Denies the goal and restarts the game with a dropped ball
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