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Title: 2013-14 NFHS Soccer Rules


1
2013-14 NFHS Soccer Rules
2
Most Popular Sports Nationally
3
NFHS Soccer Rules Changes
4
NFHS Interpretation Policy
Interpretation questions about NFHS soccer rules
should be directed to your local NJSOA chapter
interpreter. Then the NJSIAA soccer rules
interpreter.
5
Substitutions Rule 3-3-2b(1)
  • Coaches may now actively coach teams during an
    injury stoppage

6
Substitutions Rule 3-3-2 and 3-4-1b
  • After a goal or when a player is injured and
    removed, substitutes are required to check in
    with the scorer/timer. After checking in, the
    substitute MUST WAIT until s/he is BECKONED onto
    the field by the referee.

7
Legal Home Team Jerseys
The home team shall wear solid white Jerseys and
solid white socks.
8
Illegal Home Team Jerseys
Color Side Panels and Color Piping
9
EFFECTIVE 2013 FALL SEASON
10
Team Uniform Requirements Front
Front of Uniform Options
All jerseys shall be numbered on the front with
a different Arabic number at least 4 inches in
height This number must be placed on the jersey
or short
1 manufacturers logo 2¼ square inches is
permitted on each item (visible anywhere on the
uniform)
Page 24
Home team shall wear white jerseys and
socks Visiting team shall wear dark jerseys and
socks
11
Team Uniform Requirements Back
Back of Uniform
All jerseys shall be numbered on the back with a
different Arabic number at least 6 inches in
height
Page 24
12
Required Equipment Rule 4-1-1c
  • If tape or similar material is applied on any
    sock, it must be similar in color to the socks to
    which it is applied.

13
Misconduct Rule 12-8-1e
Halftime
  • Use of electronic devices is allowed in the bench
    area. Use with on-field players during play is
    prohibited.

14
Misconduct Rule 12-8 1f 14 (new) Denying an
Obvious Goal Scoring Opportunity
  • If a player commits handling or a contact foul
    while attempting to deny an obvious goal-scoring
    opportunity and the goal is scored, that player
    will be issued a yellow card. If the foul is
    considered serious foul play or the goal is not
    scored, however, the player will still be issued
    a red card.

15
Misconduct Rule 12---2d (2) Denying a Goal
Scoring Opportunity
Last Year Yellow
This Year Yellow
  • If a player commits handling or a contact foul
    while attempting to deny an obvious goal-scoring
    opportunity and the goal is scored, that player
    will be issued a yellow card. If the foul is
    considered serious foul play or the goal is not
    scored, however, the player will still be issued
    a red card.

16
Ball in play from a Free Kick Rule 18-1-1n
  • On a free kick the ball is in play when it has
    been KICKED AND MOVED. Simply tapping the top of
    the ball with the foot or stepping on the ball is
    not putting it in play.

17
NFHS Soccer Points of Emphasis
18
Goalkeeper Injury Rule 3-3-2b(2)
  • Any player attended to on the field or who is
    deemed injured by the referee shall leave the
    field and may be replaced. This INCLUDES the
    Goalkeeper.

19
Excessive Player Substitutions Rule 3-6
  • When a team repeatedly substitutes to consume
    time, a referee shall order the timer to stop the
    time clock during such substitutions and shall
    notify the coach of the offending team. The
    repetition may be construed as unsporting conduct.

20
Penalty Kick Rule 14-1-4
  • Once the kicker starts his/her approach toward
    the ball, he/she may not interrupt his/her
    movement. The action must be continuous forward
    motion throughout the approach.

21
Concussion Management Rule 3-3-2b(3)
1008 a.m.
300 p.m.
  • The NJSIAA Concussion Policy is aligned with the
    NJ State Law as it applies to suspected concussed
    athletes.

22
NFHS Soccer Major Editorial Changes
23
Pregame Responsibilities Rule 5-2-2d(4)
  • Inquire of each head coach whether each of
    his/her players will be properly and legally
    equipped at the kickoff.

24
NFHS Soccer Rules Book Additional Items
25
Number of Players Rule 3-1-3
  • Each team shall submit a team roster, containing
    the first and last names and numbers of all
    players, substitutes, all bench personnel and all
    coaches to the officials at least five minutes
    prior to the start of the contest.

26
Misconduct Rule 12-8-2b
  • When a player taunts opposing players, opposing
    coaches or opposing fans, the player is to be
    disqualified.

27
Concussion in Sports What You Need To Know
28
Comparison of NFHS and NCAA Rules and FIFA Laws
Page 74-86
29
NFHS Official Soccer Signals
Page 106
30
NFHS Assistant Referee Signals
Page 107
31
2013-14 Soccer Rules Reminders
32
2014-15 NFHS Soccer Rule Change Proposal Form
Due November 1, 2013 Must be submitted to your
state association office for approval.
?
33
NFHS Soccer Meeting Information
  • 2013 NFHS Soccer Rules On-line Interpreters
    Meeting
  • Monday, July 22, 2013
  • 2014-15 NFHS Soccer Rule Change Proposal Forms
    Due
  • November 1, 2013
  • 2014 NFHS Soccer Rules Committee Meeting
  • January 27-29, 2014
  • Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

34
National Federation of State High School
Associations cont.
  • NFHS Web site - www.nfhs.org

35
Thank You! www.nfhs.org
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