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Law 17: The corner kick

Note: Until the FA Rules, there is no distinction between (early forms of the) goal kick and corner kick. The same laws always apply for the restart of the game as soon as the ball is behind the goal –… Weiterlesen →

Law 16: The goal kick

Note: Until the FA Rules, there is no distinction between (early forms of the) goal kick and corner kick. The same laws always apply for the restart of the game as soon as the ball is behind the goal –… Weiterlesen →

Law 15: The throw-in

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1857 (Eton Field Game) Alternating throw-in or a bully on the opposite side of the field. 1858 (Sheffield FC) If the ball went into touch, the person who touched the… Weiterlesen →

Law 14: The penalty kick

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1891 (IFAB) If a player trip an opponent, holds him or commits a handling ball within 12 yd in front of his own goal the referee shall hand out a penalty… Weiterlesen →

Law 13: Free kicks

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1857 (Eton Field Game) Punishment for rule violation, but no longer by free kick, but by bully. 1858 (Harrow Football) Reward for Fair Catch, if you additionally call „three yards“. If… Weiterlesen →

Law 12: Fouls and misconduct

Unlawful game Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1856 (Cambridge University) Prohibited: Holding, pushing, tripping, intentional kicking. 1857 (Eton Field Game) Prohibited: Holding, pushing, tripping, intentional kicking. 1858 (Harrow Football) Prohibited: Holding, pushing, tripping, intentional kicking…. Weiterlesen →

Law 11: Offside

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1847 and following years (Eton Field Game) „Sneaking“ is when the attacking player is between the ball and the opposing goal and there are three or fewer opponents in front of… Weiterlesen →

Law 10: Determining the outcome of a match

A goal is achieved when the Ball between the goal posts and – after their introduction – below the crossbar or string into the goal goes out. All sets of rules have that in common, whereby some sets of rules… Weiterlesen →

Law 9: The ball in and out of play

Until 1938, this laws comprised descriptions of the continuation of the game after the ball went into touch or behind the goal. The addition of throw-in, goal kick and corner kick made this obsolete. Since 1938, this law comprises a… Weiterlesen →

Law 8: The start and restart of play

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1847 and following years (Eton Field Game) Start: bully. At half time the ends are changed. 1858 (Harrow Football) Start: Toss, except in school games, then the team of the… Weiterlesen →

Law 7: The duration of the match

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) Except for the codices of Sheffield FC and later Sheffield FA, no code specifies the game and half time durations for almost the entire 19th century, nor the FA. 1858… Weiterlesen →

Law 6: The other match officials

  Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1892 (IFAB) After there were no umpires  who supported the referee since 1889, the the linesmen were introduced in 1892. The referee act on the field, the linesmen enter… Weiterlesen →

Law 5: The referee

Referees („umpires“) already existed in the first half of the 19th century at the football match of private schools. For Eton it is said that there was a mediating, judicially instance (1845) 1)Cf. Manganese, J. A.: Prologue. In: J. A…. Weiterlesen →

Law 4: The player’s equipment

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1st century 19th century The early rules and regulations of English public schools and universities do not give any information about players‘ equipment except for the colour of their clothing…. Weiterlesen →

Law 3: The number of players

Number of Players Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) Diverse reports about football matches before 1870 There wasn’t a written regulation how many players of a team had to participate in a game at the same… Weiterlesen →

Law 2: The Ball

Year (Source) new or changed laws (proposing club, if known) 1883 (IFAB) The circumference had to be 27-28 ins before the beginning of the game. 1880s (IFAB) The home club provides the ball. The ball must then be returned to… Weiterlesen →

Law 1: The Field of Play

The rule describes the measures of the pitch with its marking lines, the goal dimensions, the measures of the centre line and centre mark, the corner arcs, the goal area, the penalty area and – the only addition since 1938… Weiterlesen →

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