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Offside

A quick overview of Law 11
by

Bob Goldberg

on 20 July 2012

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Transcript of Offside

Offside
Law 11
offside is a contraction
of the phrase
off-your-side
where's the extra 's'?
Although Law 11 has been
tweaked over the history of
football (ahem, soccer), it's
still short, simple, and fits on
one page
Determining an offside offense is a 2-step process
1) is an attacking player in an offside position?
2) at the instant the ball is played by a teammate, ITOOTR, is the attacking player in an offside position involved in active play?
Offside position, hmm, let's revisit Law 11 wording ... to be in
an offside position

[a player] must be nearer to her opponent's goal line
than both the ball and the last two defenders
Simple offside model:
a player who is
in the wrong place,
at the wrong time,
doing the wrong thing
Quick Quiz: Blue 15 is behind a teammate who has the ball. Is Blue 15 in an offside position?
Answer: Blue 15 is not in an offside position.
(An attacking player behind the ball cannot
be in an offside position.)
1) Is an attacking player in an offside position?
law 11 ensures fair attacks on goal
Sanction
an IFK awarded to defense at place of infringement
An attacking player trailing behind a teammate with the ball can never be offside
2) at the instant the ball is played by a teammate, ITOOTR, is the attacking player in an offside position involved in active play?
however, there are exceptions
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