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Law 2 - The Ball
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Law 2 - The Ball 3/2/2014

Erick Matthews of Clovis, CA United States asks...

I'm doing a science fair project on if the amount of air pressure in a soccer ball matter how far it can be kicked.

Is there an official rule that requires a referee to check the soccer ball with a gauge?
Is checked the pressure with you...

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Law 2 - The Ball 10/28/2013

John of Illinois , Chicago Us asks...

Does air in a soccer ball affect the distance it is kicked ?...

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Law 2 - The Ball 5/6/2013

Angel of Columbus, OH United States asks...

Are there any regulations on the weight of a soccer ball? because I've felt different kinds of soccer balls and many of them has different weight which confuses me a bit....

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Law 2 - The Ball 2/4/2013

Phil of Tarzana, CA United States asks...

I'm somewhat confused as to Law 2 on a ball bursting. It seems to say that on a penalty kick or kicks from the penalty mark, you only retake the kick if it doesn't touch any player, crossbar, or goal posts. If that's true, it doesn't seem fair, as ...

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Law 2 - The Ball 12/24/2012

alex of richmond hill, ontario canada asks...

Indoor game. I set the ball to the lower limit of 9 psi pressure and one team is complaining that the ball is too hard. During half time the team says the ball is not suitable for playing as the high pressure will cause injury and proceed to take 2 o...

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Law 2 - The Ball 7/18/2012

Tony of Windsor, Ontario Canada asks...

Some of the first rules in the rule book refer to the ball. Its size, shape, weight, and air pressure. The game balls are supplied to the ref by the home team. If the coach decides he would like the soccer balls to be on the soft side (lower pressure...

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Law 2 - The Ball 4/30/2012

sam street of preston, lancashire england asks...

If a goal is scored but the ball had become deflated/burst after the initial kick (ie on route to goal) does the goal still stand

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Law 2 - The Ball 4/6/2012

Lon of Roseville, CA US asks...

My son and I recently A/R a tournament in Reno, NV (Sagebrush), after the game a guy approached us asking us to produce the game balls. Are the Refs responsible for the game balls after the game has ended?
He was a very angry little man....(typic...

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Law 2 - The Ball 1/1/2012

Rusty of Auckland, Auckland New Zealand asks...

Our 9 year old son is an exceptionally talented soccer player who is regarded as a natural.

Jared however, has a form of colour blindness that makes a yellow ball virtually invisible to him even against white.

Our questions is

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Law 2 - The Ball 10/18/2011

Jonathan Lucas of front royal, VA united states asks...

Let's say I award a team a penalty pick, or even another free kick. Directly after the kick is taken, I find out that the ball was the wrong size. In the event of a penalty kick, should the kick be retaken regardless of whether the ball went into the...

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