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Uefa launches a Refereeing Assistance Programme twice a year. It contains clips of recent match situations. Click on the links below and develop your refereeing knowledge – click on the explanation next to the video to find out the correct answer & interpretation of the decision.

Referee communication and co-ordination with his/her Assistants is an essential element to achieving match day success. Video Explanation Challenge 1
To deal with simulation the referee should know the difference between a tackle (challenging for the ball) / a foul
The guidelines for Assistant Referees is offside is priority number one and there is a good reason for that, because
The referee’s judgment should take into account the following criteria. Did the defender unfairly hinder or impede the movement of
Referees are reminded to make an early intervention and to deal firmly with holding offences especially inside the penalty are
It is an offence if a player: deliberately touches the ball with their hand/arm, including moving the hand/arm towards the
The Laws of the game regarding defensive wall management has changed which makes some of the videos not applicable. Just
DENYING A GOAL OR AN OBVIOUS GOAL-SCORING OPPORTUNITY (DOGSO) and STOPPING ATTACKING PLAY (SAP Where a player denies the opposing
“A player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if he commits an offence of dissent by word or action”.
The authority of the referee Each match is controlled by a referee who has full authority to enforce the Laws
The advantage rule ensures that the fouled team does not suffer a disadvantage from the decision of the referee to
Fouls committed during a match are determined by the referee’s interpretation of the law. This can be impacted by the

 

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