Award a goal kick to the defending teamAward a goal to the attacking teamOrder the thrower to take the throw again
Award a goal kick to the defending team
You can't score from a throw-in if the ball doesn't touch any players
Award an own goalOrder the throw-in to be taken againAward a corner kick
Award a corner kick
The same rule applies – it can't be a goal unless a player makes contact with the ball in open play.
BCDNone of them
None of them
You can't be offside from a goal kick, throw-in, or corner kick.
From within their own halfFrom the halfway lineFrom anywhere
From the halfway line
A player must enter the pitch from the halfway line.
Yes, it's now in open playNo, the ball must leave the corner D
Once the corner taker makes contact with the ball, it is in open play. Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs once tried to use this rule to trick Chelsea, and Cristiano Ronaldo scored as a result, but the referee didn't notice Rooney's minimal initial contact with the ball and ruled out the goal.
Throw-in awarded against the player to strike the assistant refDrop ballPlay on
Indirect free kickDirect free kickSubstitution
Indirect free kick
One on each corner flagBoth on the halfway lineOne on the corner flag, one on the halfway line
One on the corner flag, one on the halfway line
Award the goalDrop ballThrow the object back into the crowd – aiming for the person who threw it
Award the goal
If the referee hasn't noticed the object, and the object interferes with play before the ref has noticed its presence, they can't disallow the goal - as Pepe Reina learned the hard way for Liverpool against Sunderland in 2009. If the referee does notice the object he must stop play, get rid of it, and award a drop ball.
Unsporting behaviourSpitting at an opponentDenying an obvious goalscoring opportunity by committing a foul
Spitting at an opponent and denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity are both red card offences, while unsporting behaviour will earn you a yellow.
NothingAward a free kick to the opposition teamAward a free kick to the opposition team and give the defender a yellow card
It's an automatic yellow card even if the goalkeeper doesn't pick the ball up. Attempting a back pass through "trickery" is a yellow card offence.
Stop play and award an indirect free kick to the other teamBook the player, and award an indirect free kick to the other teamRed card the player, and award an indirect free kick to the other team
This is a yellow card offence.
Award the opposing team a free kickCaution the player and award the opposing team a free kickDrop ball
If it's a genuine mistake on behalf of the player, a drop ball should be awarded as the player is not at fault because the whistle came from off the field of play.
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