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Intramural Sports: Outdoor Soccer Rules

Ohio State University Department of Recreational Sports Office of Student Life
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Myron Shorter

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Intramural Sports: utdoor Soccer Rules
Fall 2012

Ohio State
Department of Recreational Sports
Office of Student Life Introductions:
Dexter Shorter,
Coordinator of Competitive Sports
Department of Recreational Sports
Office of Student Life
(614) 688-1418
Shorter.19@osu.edu

Shea Ryan,
Competitive Sports Graduate Administrative Associate
Department of Recreational Sports
Office of Student Life
(614) 292-2732
Ryan.1159@buckeye.osu.edu Supervisors:
Deanne Gauch
Jeremiah Gratz
Michael Herrilko
Lucas Koen
Rachel Krasicki
Jack McIntyre
Jonathan Shaffer
Kevin Stewart
Lena Tabbaa Things to Remember:
TRAINING SCHEDULE:
Thursday, August 30 7 - 10 p.m. ARC
Thursday, September 6 8 - 10 p.m. RPAC

PRACTICE GAMES:
Tuesday, September 4 6 - 10 p.m. LTP
Wednesday, September 5 6 - 10 p.m. LTP

Sign-ups to take place during training sessions
Each official must sign up for at least two (2) games Hiring decisions will be made at the end of practice games
Emails will be sent out on Wednesday night, September 5
YOU MUST CHECK YOUR EMAIL WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!
If you are hired, you need to come into the Officials Orientation Thursday September 6, 8 - 10 pm
RPAC Meeting Room 1
Fill out payroll
Finalize procedures Officials Orientation Outdoor Soccer MUST bring correct identification
Option 1: Passport only
Option 2: Government issued ID + Social Security Card
Option 3: Government issued ID + Birth Certificate
All forms of identification must be ORIGINALS
If paperwork isn't completed by Thursday, you will not work!!! Payroll Outdoor Soccer Who can play IM Soccer??
Students enrolled in at least six (6) hours at Ohio State
Individuals with a RecSports Membership
What is required to play?
Buck ID or RecSports Member Pass or Medical Pass
How many teams can I play on?
One (1) corec and one (1) men’s or women’s
What is Your Role?
Assist the supervisors enforce these policies as needed Outdoor Soccer Policies Check player’s equipment before EVERY game:
No Metal Cleats
No Jewelry (except medical or religious – must be taped)
No braces w/ exposed metal
No Casts
Players may not wear anything that has a knot
No Metal Hair Clips Equipment Seven on Seven (7 v 7), including the goalie
May begin with as few as five (5)
Substitutions:
Must go to team entry point and may not enter the field until the player being substituted for has completely left the field
When it’s your team’s throw-in, corner kick or when the other team substitutes
On any goal kick or after a goal is kicked Players Outdoor Soccer All late teams shall start the game with a “B” sportsmanship rating.
Not Ready for Play at Game Time: The team ready for play shall take the kick off.
Five (5) Minutes Late: The team ready for play will be awarded a 1-0 advantage as well as kickoff to begin play. The team that is late will receive a sportsmanship rating no higher than a "B".

Ten (10) Minutes Late: Forfeit, recorded as 1-0 and the forfeiting team will receive an “F” for their sportsmanship rating.
Teams ready for play may choose to decline any and all points.
If neither team is ready to play at game time, but are ready before 10 minutes have elapsed, the game shall start as normal. However, the game clock will start at the originally scheduled game time.

**IMPORTANT** Maintain communication with supervisors regarding forfeit status before you begin game – inform teams New Forfeit Policy Outdoor Soccer Two 18-minute halves with a three-minute half time
We will provide stop watches
No overtime in regular season
Playoffs overtime is five-minute sudden death and, if necessary, penalty kicks Time Rec Sports The entire ball must cross the goal line
A goal may be scored directly from a corner, goal, or direct kick
A goal may be scored directly from a goalie throw, punt, or dropkick
A goal CANNOT be scored directly from a throw-in or indirect kick Scoring Rec Sports Three or more goals with two minutes remaining in the game, the game shall be terminated Mercy Rule No Offside
No Slide Tackling
The ball is out when it completely crosses over the line on the ground or in the air Details Office of Student Life When should you blow your whistle??
Fouls
Violations
Begin Game
Sound the end of the first half and game
A team requests five yards
Stopped play for caution or ejection
Penalty Kick
Goal Scored
Out of Bounds Office of Student Life Outdoor Soccer Whistle Free Kicks
Direct Kick
Indirect Kick
Penalty Kick
Corner Kick
Goal Kick
Drop ball Types of Kicks Rec Sports Opposing players must be five (5) yards away from the kick
If a free kick is kicked directly into team’s own goal, a corner kick is awarded to the opposing team
Free kicks awarded to the defending team in the goal area will be goal kicks
An indirect kick awarded in the goal area will be taken from the top of the goal area line
A direct kick awarded in the penalty area will be a penalty kick Free Kick Regulations Outdoor Soccer Office of Student Life Awarded for fouls ending in “ING”:
Kicking
Tripping
Jumping at an opponent
Charging
Striking
Pushing
Holding
Spitting
Slide Tackling
Handling the ball Direct Kicks Rec Sports Playing the ball a second time before it has been touched by another player from any type of kick that resumes/begins play
Obstruction
Dangerous Play
Goalie takes more than six (6) seconds
Goalie touches the ball with their hands when it was deliberately passed to them from a teammate
Player preventing the goalie from releasing the ball
Caution/Ejection Indirect Kicks Office of Student Life Outdoor Soccer Awarded for any direct kick that occurs in the penalty area
Everyone but the goalkeeper and penalty kicker must be out of the penalty area
Goalkeeper may only move laterally prior to the ball being kicked
Ball must go forward
Ball becomes live, but the penalty kicker may not touch the ball again until it has been touched by another player Penalty Kick ReC sPoRtS Throw-In – Awarded if ball goes out on a sideline
Ball is placed behind or on sideline
If the ball never enters the field; a re-throw shall be taken
Goal Kick – Awarded if the attacking team causes the ball to go out on the touch line
Any player may take the kick from inside the goal area
Corner Kick – Awarded if the defending team causes the ball to go out on the touch line Throw-In, Goal/Corner Kick Office of Student Life Max of three (3) men or three (3) women on the field at one time plus a goalie of any gender
Must have five (5) to begin game
Female goals are worth two (2) points
Mercy Rule:
Up by five (5) or more goals with two (2) minutes remaining in the game CoRec Modifications Yellow Card (two (2) = Player Ejection):
Dissent
Unsporting behavior
Continuous rule breaking
Delaying restart
Red Card (Ejected):
Serious foul play
Violent conduct
Spitting on an opponent
Deliberate ball handling to prevent a score
Offensive or abusive language Sportsmanship What do I do if a player wants to protest?
Ask the player if they are sure they want to protest
Find a supervisor and tell them you have a protest
Allow the supervisor to make the decision and then enforce the decision Protest Rec Sports “A" - Excellent Conduct and Sportsmanship: Players cooperate fully with the officials and opposing team members. If necessary, the captain converses calmly with officials about rule interpretations and calls. (4 Points)
"B" - Average Conduct and Sportsmanship: Team members verbally complain about some decisions made by the officials and/or show minor dissension which may or may not merit a conduct warning. Teams that receive one conduct warning will receive no higher than a "B" rating. (3 Points)
"C" - Poor Conduct and Sportsmanship: Team constantly comments to the officials and/or the opposing team from the field/court and/or sidelines. The team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates or him/herself. Teams that receive one ejection or two conduct warnings will receive no higher than a “C” rating. (2 Points) Sportsmanship Office of Student Life "D" – Deplorable Conduct and Sportsmanship: Team constantly comments to the officials and/or the opposing team from the field/court and/or sidelines. The team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates or him/herself. Teams that receive one ejection and one conduct warning will receive no higher than a "D" rating. (1 Point)
"F" - Intolerable Conduct and Sportsmanship: Team is completely uncooperative. Captain has no control over teammates and/or him/herself. Any team causing a game to be forfeited due to sportsmanship or any team that receives multiple Red Cards will receive an "F" rating. (0 Points)
NOTE: The Intramural Sports staff reserves the right to lower a team’s sportsmanship rating based on the severity of the conduct warning or ejection. Sportsmanship Intramural Sports Injuries
Do not provide care, find a supervisor to help the injured participant
Evaluations
You will be evaluated by the supervisors and GAA’s periodically
Participation
We encourage you to play intramural sports, but you are held at a higher standard Miscellaneous ? TRAINING SCHEDULE:
Thursday, August 30 7 - 10 p.m. ARC
Thursday, September 6 8 - 10 p.m. RPAC

PRACTICE GAMES:
Tuesday, September 4 6 - 10 p.m. LTP
Wednesday, September 5 6 - 10 p.m. LTP

Sign-ups to take place during training sessions
Each official must sign up for at least two (2) games Reminder Shorter Gauch Gauch Gauch Ryan Krasicki Ryan Ryan Shaffer Shaffer Shaffer Shaffer Shaffer Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Herrilko Herrilko Herrilko Herrilko Herrilko Herrilko Herrilko Herrilko O Check player’s equipment before EVERY game:
No Metal Cleats
No Jewelry (except medical or religious – must be taped)
No braces w/ exposed metal
No Casts
Players may not wear anything that has a knot
No Metal Hair Clips Equipment Office of Student Life RecSports Ryan
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