Laws of The Game Quiz – 2022 Step 1 of 3 33% Laws of The Game Quiz 2022Laws of The Game Quiz for 2022, for referees who were unable to attend either of the referee seminars. For your registration to be approved, you must complete the quiz and receive a score of 100%Personal DetailsReferee's Name(Required) First Last Referee's FFA Number(Required) Referee's Phone Number(Required) To contact for clarification if requiredEmail Address(Required) Q1 – Does the crossbar and goal posts of both goals need to be the same? A) Yes. B) No. C) Both goals must be the same shape, which must be square, rectangular, round, elliptical or a hybrid of these options. D) A & C are correct. Q2 – An attacker touches the ball accidentally with his hand and immediately passes to their teammate who scores in the opponent’s goal. What should the referee do? A) Award a free kick to the defending team for handball. B) Award a goal. C) Award an indirect free kick to the defending team for handball. D) None of the answer are correct. Q3 – Which of the following phrases is incorrect relating to the following statement? The hand/arm has not made the body unnaturally bigger because its position is a consequence of, or justifiable by, the players body movement in that situation. A) Moves towards, or is on, the ground to support the player’s body. B) Is close to the body. C) Moves towards or is on the ground and does not support the player’s body. D) Is away from the body because of the player’s ‘natural’ movement. Q4 – A defender is stood inside the penalty area with his arms extended when a team mate unexpectedly kicks the ball into his hands. What should the referee do? A) Sends off the player for a denial of a goal scoring opportunity, and awards a penalty kick. B) Cautions the player for unsporting behaviour, and awards a penalty kick. C) Allows play to continue. D) Awards a penalty kick, no sanction required. Q5 – A goalkeeper is responsible for initiating a deliberate trick for the ball to be passed back to them. A) Cautions the goalkeeper for unsporting behaviour as he/she is responsible. Play is restarted with in indirect freekick from where the offence occurred. B) Allows play to continue. C) Cautions the goalkeeper for unsporting behaviour as he/she is responsible. Play is restarted with a penalty kick. D) Awards a direct free kick from where the offence occurred, if it was inside the penalty area, then play will be restarted with a penalty kick. No sanctioned required. Q6 – Which of the following, can a player commit an offence against, punishable by a free kick/penalty kick? A) Bites or spits at substitutes/substituted players. B) Bites or spits at match officials. C) Bites or spits at someone on the team list. D) All of the above. Q7 – A player, not the goalkeeper, unsuccessfully tries to prevent a goal by deliberately handling the ball. What decision should the referee make? A) Award the goal. No further sanction is required. B) Award the goal and the player may be caution for showing a lack of respect for the game. C) Award the goal and the player must be caution for unsporting behaviour. D) Award the penalty and send off the player for attempting to deny a goal. Q8 – When the ball is in play, a player leaves the field of play and strikes a team official who has been insulting him in the opposing technical area. What decision should the referee make? A) The referee applies advantage if there is a clear goal scoring opportunity. If not, he stops play, sends off the player for violent conduct and restarts play with an indirect free kick. B) The referee stops play immediately and sends off the player for violent conduct. Play is restarted with a direct free kick on the boundary line nearest to where the offence occurred. C) The referee stops play immediately and sends off the player for violent conduct. Play is restarted with a direct free kick on the boundary line nearest to where the offence occurred. The referee also sends off the team official by showing them a red card. D) The referee allows play to continue and during the next stoppage in play sends the player off for violent conduct. Play is restarted according to the previous decision. Q9 – Can a team official use electronic communication? A) Yes, but only the team manager is permitted to use electronic communication. B) Yes, where it is used for tactical/coaching or player welfare. C) No. D) Yes, where is used for player welfare Q10 – A player is in an offside position, and he/she is already playing or attempting to play the ball, or challenging an opponent for the ball. He/she is then held by an opponent. The referee… A) Penalises the holding offence as it occurred before the offside offence. B) Penalises the holding offence because both offences occurred at the same time and holding is a more serious offence. C) Penalises the offside offence as it occurred before the holding offence. D) None of the answers are completely correct.