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    100 YEARS FIFA 1904 - 2004

    Fdration Internationale de Football Association

    2006

    BeachSoccerLaw

    softheGame2006

    Beach SoccerLaws of the Game

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    2006 Beach Soccer

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    FDRATION INTERNATIONALE DE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONPresident: Joseph S. BLATTER (Switzerland)

    General Secretary: Urs LINSI (Switzerland)

    Address: FIFA-Strasse 20P.O. Box8044 Zurich, SwitzerlandTelephone: +41-(0)4-222 7777Teleax: +41-(0)4-222 7878Internet: www.FIFA.com

    FUTSAL AND BEACH SOCCER COMMITTEE

    Chairman: TEIXEIRA Ricardo Terra (Brazil)

    Deputy Chairman: SASSO SASSO Isaac David (Costa Rica)

    Members: OGURA Junji (Japan)VAN DER HULST Tom (Netherlands)MELO FILHO Alvaro (Brazil)FOUSEK Petr (Czech Rep.)KLASS Colin (Guyana)WILLIAMS Anthony (Nigeria)TINOCO KIPPS Raael Ignacio (Guatemala)BATANGTARIS Wandy (Indonesia)VILAR Alberto (Spain)KING LAI Richard (Guam)MALTOCK Lambert (Vanuatu)CUSC Joan (Spain)DAVIO Vairani (Tahiti)

    ZAHER Samir (Egypt)

    NOTES ON THE LAwS OF THE GAME

    Modifcations

    Subject to the agreement o the member associations concerned andprovided that the principles o these Laws are respected, the Laws maybe modied in their application or matches or players under 16 years

    o age, or emale players, or veteran ootballers (over 5 years) andor players with disabilities.

    Any or all o the ollowing modications are permissible: size o the pitch size, weight and material o the ball width between the goalposts and the height o the crossbar rom

    the ground duration o the periods o play number o players

    No amendments may be made to these Laws without the consent othe International Football Association Board.

    Gender

    Reerences to the male gender in the Laws o the Game or BeachSoccer in respect o reerees, timekeepers, players and ocials are orsimplication and apply to both men and women.

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    CONTENTS

    Law Page

    1 The pitch 6

    2 The ball 12

    The number o players 14

    4 The players equipment 17

    5 The reeree and second reeree 20

    6 The timekeeper and third reeree 2

    7 The duration o the match 26

    8 The start and restart o play 28

    9 The ball in and out o play 2

    10 The method o scoring

    11 Fouls and misconduct 5

    12 Direct ree kicks 40

    1 The penalty kick 44

    14 The ball inbound 49

    15 The goal clearance 5

    16 The double backpass to the goalkeeper 55

    17 The corner kick 56

    18 Procedures to determine the winner o a match 58

    Reerees signals 62

    Additional instructions or reerees, second reerees, third reereesand timekeepers 64

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    Dimensions

    The pitch is rectangular. The touch line must be longer than the goalline.Length: 5 7m

    Width: 26 28m

    Pitch marings

    The boundaries o the pitch are marked by lines that belong to theareas that they delineate. The two longer boundary lines are calledtouch lines. The two shorter boundary lines are called goal lines,although there is no line between the goalposts.

    9 m9 m

    11.5 m

    LAw 1 THE PITCH

    Pitch surace

    The surace is composed o sand, is level and ree o pebbles, shellsand any other objects which could injure the players.

    For international competitions, the sand must be ne and at least40cm deep. It must be sited until suitable or play, must not be roughor contain pebbles or any other dangerous elements; however, it mustnot be so ne as to cause dust that sticks to the skin.

    2628 m

    12 m

    810 cm

    5 m

    57 m

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    Substitution zone

    The substitution zone is the area on the touch line where the playersenter and leave the pitch.

    It is situated in ront o the timekeepers table and measures a total o5m, with 2.5m on either side o the point where the halway line joinsthe touch line. The teams benches are placed behind the touch linesin such a way that the substitution zone is kept clear.

    LAw 1 THE PITCH

    All lines are 8cm to 10cm wide and are made o blue tape to contrastwith the sand. The tape must be fexible and hard-wearing but notharm the players eet. These lines must be rmly anchored to thesand at each corner and in the middle o each touch line with specialclamps, and to the goals with rubber rings attached to the posts.

    The pitch is divided into two halves by an imaginary halway linemarked by two red fags located outside the pitch.

    The middle o this imaginary line is the exact position or the kick-oand certain direct ree kicks.

    The penalt area

    The penalty area is the area between the goal line and an imaginaryparallel line joining both touch lines at a distance o 9m rom the goalline and marked by two yellow fags placed next to each touch line

    outside the pitch.

    The imaginary penalty mark is located in the middle o the penaltyarea line, equidistant rom each goal post.

    Flags

    Each corner is marked with a pole with a blunt end and a red fagmade o pliable, durable, weatherproo plastic.

    A yellow fag is placed at each end o the imaginary lines marking thepenalty area and two red fags at each side o the halway line, all owhich are securely anchored at a distance o between 1 and 1.5moutside the touch lines.

    The fagpoles must be at least 1.5m high.

    12 m

    >1.5 m

    11.5 m

    810 cm

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    Goals

    The goals are placed in the middle o each goal line. They consist otwo upright posts equidistant rom each corner and joined at the topby a horizontal crossbar.

    The distance (inside measurement) between the posts is 5.5m and thedistance rom the lower edge o the crossbar to the ground is 2.2m.

    The posts and crossbar have the same width and thickness o not lessthan 10cm and not more than 20cm all around and are painted in acolour contrasting with the sand.

    The nets, made o hemp, jute or nylon, are attached to the back othe posts and crossbar.

    For saety reasons, the bottom o each post has a ledge that isanchored beneath the sand. Two horizontal bars measuring 1.5m

    attached to the back o each post are joined by a bar or chain at theback covered with plastic, with hooks and knots at each end, andplaced on the sand surace. This bar (or chain) is also anchored in thesand.

    LAw 1 THE PITCH

    1020 cm

    5.5 m

    1.5 m

    2.2 m

    Saet

    The pitch is surrounded by a saety zone perimeter measuring 1m to2m wide.

    The goals may be portable but they must be anchored securely to theground during play.

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    Decisions

    1 TheofcialballusedincompetitionsmustbeapprovedbyFIFA.

    2 Incompetitionmatches,onlyballsthatmeettheminimumtechnical

    requirementsstipulatedinLaw2arepermittedoruse.

    InFIFAcompetitionmatchesandincompetitionmatchesorganisedundertheauspicesotheconederations,acceptanceotheuseoaootballisconditionalupontheootballbearingoneotheollowingthreedesignations:

    TheofcialFIFAAPPROVEDlogoortheofcialFIFAINSPECTEDlogoortheINTERNATIONALMATCHBALLSTANDARDreerence.

    Suchadesignationonaootballindicatesthatithasbeentestedofciallyandoundtobeincompliancewithspecifctechnicalrequire-ments,dierentoreachcategoryandadditionaltotheminimum

    specifcationsstipulatedinLaw2.FIFAissuesthelistoadditionalrequirementsspecifctoeachotherespectivecategoriesandselectstheinstitutesconductingthequalitytests.

    Associationcompetitionsmayrequiretheuseoballsbearinganyoneothesethreedesignations.

    Inallothermatches,theballusedmustulfltherequirementsoLaw2.

    IanassociationimposestheuseoballsbearingtheFIFAAPPROVEDorFIFAINSPECTEDlogosoritsowncompetitions,itmustalsopermittheuseoballsbearingtheroyalty-reeINTERNATIONALMATCHBALL

    STANDARDdesignation.

    LAw 2 THE BALL

    Properties and measurements

    The ball: is spherical; is made o leather or another suitable material that is crush-proo

    and resistant to water and abrasion; has a circumerence o not less than 68cm and not more than

    70cm; weighs not less than 400 grams and not more than 440 grams at

    the start o the match; has a pressure equal to 0.4-0.6 atmospheres at sea level.

    Replacement o a deective ball

    I the ball bursts or becomes deective during the course o a match: play is stopped; the match is restarted in accordance with the provisions o Law 8.

    I the ball bursts or is damaged while not in play (at a kick-o, goalkick, corner kick, direct ree kick, penalty kick or ball inbound): play is restarted in accordance with the Laws.

    6870 cm

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    Plaers

    A match is played by two teams, each consisting o no more than veplayers, one o whom is the goalkeeper.

    Substitution procedure

    Substitutes may be used in any match played under the rules o anocial competition at FIFA, conederation or association level.

    The maximum number o substitutes permitted is ve.

    LAw 3 THE NUMBER OF PLAyERS

    The number o substitutions made during a match is unlimited. Aplayer who has been replaced may return to the pitch as a substituteor another player.

    A substitution may be made at any time, whether the ball is in or outo play, as long as the ollowing conditions are observed:

    the player wishing to enter the pitch signals his intention to do soby raising a sign with the number o the play