Kick-off Rules: The ball must be stationary and start on the centre spot All the players except the kicker must be in their half of the pitch All of the opposition players must remain outside of the centre circle until the kick-off is taken
Kick-off Rules. At each kick-off, the ball is placed in the center of the "Center Mark" (on the half-way line) & both teams must be on their own half of the field (although it is usually okay to be standing on the halfway line) and the receiving team must stay outside the Center Circle until the ball is "kicked".
At every kick-off: all players, except the player taking the kick-off, must be in their own half of the field the opponents of the team taking the kick-off must be at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the ball the ball must be stationary on the center mark the ball is in play when it is kicked and clearly ...
A kick-off is the way a soccer game is started or restarted: • at the start of a game • after a goal has been scored • at the start of each quarter The ball is placed in the center of the field. All players must be in their own half of the field and the opponents of the team taking the kick-off must be at least 4 yards from the ball.
All players must be in their own half of the field and the opponents of the team taking the kick-off must be at least 10 yards from the ball. This distance is indicated by the center circle on the field and will vary some with age. Normally the referee will blow his/her whistle to indicate they are ready for the kickoff.
LAW 8 - Start of Play: Kick Off and Drop Ball A kick off is taken to start a game, to restart play after a goal has been scored or to start the second half or a new quarter. At kickoff all players must be on their team’s half of the field. The ball is placed on the center spot in the middle of the center circle.
The referee will whistle the ball into play. The kickoff must be taken from the center of the field. Each team must be on their own half, and the defensive team must be 10 yards off the ball at the time of the kickoff. To kickoff the ball, it must roll forward. The player who kicked off the ball may not touch
FIFA Laws of the Game. FIFA Futsal Laws of the Game. August 1, 2017 marked the official rollout of US Soccer's Player Development Initiatives (PDIs). This presentation is available in English and Spanish, which serves as a resource for parents, coaches and referees supporting the growth and improvement of grassroots soccer.