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  NFHS rules changes  
 

Monday, September 5
2011-12 Soccer Rules Changes

3-1-3:  Each team shall submit a team roster, containing the first and last names and numbers of all players, all bench personnel and all coaches, to the officials at least five minutes prior to the start of the contest.  The game shall not begin until this is complete.  Players, bench personnel and coaches may be added to the roster after the start of play. Goalkeepers may have two numbers listed on the roster, a goalkeeper’s number and a field player’s number.

 

4-1-1i(3):  The jersey of the goalkeeper shall be distinctly different from that of any teammate or opponent, except the other goalkeeper.  The shorts or pants and socks of the goalkeeper are not required to be the same color as his/her teammates, but must comply with 4-1-1f.

 

4-1-3 (new):  It is recommended that substitutes wear distinguishing pinnies when warming up outside of the team area.

 

4-3:  Each head coach shall be responsible for ensuring that each of his/her players is properly and legally equipped. 

PENALTY: Illegally Equipped Players (18-1-1r)

The head coach shall receive the first caution issued (yellow card) for an illegally equipped player.  All subsequent cautions (yellow cards) for illegally equipped player(s) shall be issued directly to the player(s) and not to the head coach.

Illegally equipped player(s) shall be instructed to leave the field of play when the ball next ceases to be in play.  Play shall not be stopped for an infringement of this rule except where the referee may stop play immediately where there is a dangerous situation.

The player must be removed and may be replaced at the time of the caution to the coach or player(s).

The removed player(s) may re-enter at the next legal substitution opportunity only after reporting to an official who shall be satisfied the player’s equipment and uniform are in order.

12-8-1f(10) (new):  A player, coach or bench personnel shall be cautioned (yellow card) for:

a. entering or leaving the field of play (except through the normal course of play) without the permission of an official;

b. persistent infringement of any of the rules of the game;

c. objecting by word of mouth or action to any decision given by an official (dissent);

d. any incidental use of vulgar or profane language;

e. any use of video or audio communication with players or other persons to assist in coaching during the game or any intervals. Examples: Amplifying devices, wireless communication devices such as cell phones, headphones, personal digital assistant, etc.;

NOTE: A coach may engage in verbal communications with his or her own team during play.

f. unsporting conduct, including, but not limited to:

            1. coaching outside the team area;

            2. unnecessary delay (kicking, throwing the ball  away on a free kick, etc.);

            3. holding a shirt, short, etc.;

            4. deliberate verbal tactics;

            5. encroachment;

            6. deliberate handball to stop an attack;

            7. deliberate tactical foul;

            8. faking an injury;

            9. simulating a foul;

            10. player who displays reckless play.

 

12-8-1f(11) (new):  A player, coach or bench personnel shall be cautioned (yellow card) for:

a. entering or leaving the field of play (except through the normal course of play) without the permission of an official;

b. persistent infringement of any of the rules of the game;

c. objecting by word of mouth or action to any decision given by an official (dissent);

d. any incidental use of vulgar or profane language;

e. any use of video or audio communication with players or other persons to assist in coaching during the game or any intervals. Examples: Amplifying devices, wireless communication devices such as cell phones, headphones, personal digital assistant, etc.;

NOTE: A coach may engage in verbal communications with his or her own team during play.

f. unsporting conduct, including, but not limited to:

            1. coaching outside the team area;

            2. unnecessary delay (kicking, throwing the ball away on a free kick, etc.);

            3. holding a shirt, short, etc.;

            4. deliberate verbal tactics;

            5. encroachment;

            6. deliberate handball to stop an attack;

            7. deliberate tactical foul;

            8. faking an injury;

            9. simulating a foul;

            10. player who displays reckless play;

            11. illegally equipped player, per 4.3.  

 

12-8-1f(12) (new):  A player, coach or bench personnel shall be cautioned (yellow card) for:

a. entering or leaving the field of play (except through the normal course of play) without the permission of an official;

b. persistent infringement of any of the rules of the game;

c. objecting by word of mouth or action to any decision given by an official (dissent);

d. any incidental use of vulgar or profane language;

e. any use of video or audio communication with players or other persons to assist in coaching during the game or any intervals. Examples: Amplifying devices, wireless communication devices such as cell phones, headphones, personal digital assistant, etc.;

NOTE: A coach may engage in verbal communications with his or her own team during play.

f. unsporting conduct, including, but not limited to:

            1. coaching outside the team area;

            2. unnecessary delay (kicking, throwing the ball away on a free kick, etc.);

            3. holding a shirt, short, etc.;

            4. deliberate verbal tactics;

            5. encroachment;

            6. deliberate handball to stop an attack;

            7. deliberate tactical foul;

            8. faking an injury;

            9. simulating a foul;

            10. player who displays reckless play;

            11. illegally equipped player, per 4.3; 

            12. any delayed, excessive or prolonged act(s) by which a player(s) attempts to focus attention upon himself/herself and/or prohibits a timely restart of the game.

 

18-1-1ff (new):  RECKLESS PLAY – A player has acted with complete disregard of the danger to, or consequences for, the opponent.  A player who displays reckless play shall be cautioned.

 

NFHS Official Soccer Signals:  The NFHS Official Soccer Signals have been modified to add “Goal” as an official signal.

 

Points of Emphasis 

1. Concussion Management

2. Elbows

3. Player Equipment

4. Handling

5. Online Education



Wednesday, May 5
2010-11 Soccer Rules Changes
3-3-1c (new): Time for Substitutions: either team may substitute an unlimited numbers of players from the bench:
 a. between periods;
 b. when a goal is scored;
 c. when a player is injured and removed from the field.

3-3-1c3: Any player who exhibits signs, symptoms or behaviors consistent with a concussion (such as loss of consciousness, headache, dizziness, confusion, or balance problems) shall be immediately removed from the contest and shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health-care professional. (Please see NFHS Suggested Guidelines for Management of Concussion).

4-1-1b: Beginning with the 2012 fall season, the home team shall wear solid white jerseys and solid white socks, and the visiting team shall wear dark jerseys and socks. Prior to and during the game, jerseys shall be tucked into the shorts, unless manufactured to be worn outside.

4-1-1i1: Beginning with the 2012 fall season, all jerseys, shall be numbered on the back with a different Arabic number at least 6 inches in height and on the front (jersey or shorts) with the same number which shall be at least 4 inches in height. Numbers shall be of contrasting color to the jersey (or shorts) and clearly visible.

4-1-1i2: Only those names, patches, emblems, logos or insignias referencing the school are permitted on the team uniform, except as in 4-1-1 (d), (f) and (g). The player's name may also appear on the team uniform.

4-2-1c: Hard and unyielding items (guards, casts, braces, etc.) on the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, upper arm or shoulder unless covered, and must be padded with a closed-cell, slow-recovery foam padding no less than ½-inch thick.

4-2-5: Artificial limbs, which in the judgment of the state high school association are no more dangerous to players than the corresponding human limb and do not place an opponent at a disadvantage, may be permitted. Upper limb prostheses and above-knee leg prostheses are discouraged. Hinges shall be lateral and covered by suitable material. All permissible artificial limbs must be padded with a closed-cell, slow-recovery foam padding no less than ½-inch thick.

5-3-2i (new): Instruct the timer to correct the clock, when necessary.

15-1-3: While a throw-in is being taken, an opponent shall neither interfere with, nor in any way impede, the actions of the thrower, and shall stand at least two yards from the point at which the throw-in is being taken.  PENALTY: An official shall administer a caution for unsporting conduct.

18-1-1v (new): MISCONDUCT – Any of the actions by players, substitutes and bench personnel that results in yellow and/or red cards being issued.

NFHS Official Soccer Signals: The NFHS Official Soccer Signals have been modified to reflect common practice.

Points of Emphasis

 1. Concussion Management
 2. Ankle and Knee Braces
 3. NFHS Code of Ethics
 4. NFHS Soccer Signals
 5. Online Education
 6. Team Areas
 7. Throw-in Encroachment



   
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