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Law 15 - The Throw In 11/16/2017

Mason of Launceston, Tasmania Australia asks...

How far back from the touch line can a throw in be taken? No distance is listed in the book of laws. I have stopped them if they go further than 2 meters....

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Law 15 - The Throw In 11/5/2017

Dan Betts of Melbourne, FL Brevard asks...

If on a throw-in the ball lands out of bounds again, with never being touched, do they get to try again, or should it be awarded to the other team where the original throw was made?...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 11/3/2017

Jake Zulewski of Appleton, Wisconsin USA asks...

An offensive player left the field of play to chase down a ball that was kicked out of bounds along the touch line. He tossed the ball to his teammate who proceeded to take a legal throw in. The ball was thrown to the corner of the field where no off...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 10/24/2017

Trent Futrell of Knoxville, tn usa asks...

Was reffing a game and team A had a throw in. The ball was released but never came in bounds. I called a throw in for the team B. Was this the correct call?...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 10/15/2017

Russell of Sydney, Australia asks...

A rare occasion a throw-in is pulled up.

Watching this live, I wondered why it was called.
Ref Martin Atkinson (an excellent Ref I like watching) gesturing why he called it.

Watching the replay, I'm still a perplexed.
I thi...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 4/26/2017

Mike of Livonia, Michigan U.S.A. asks...

If the lines on the field are considered part of the area which they enclose, then why during a throw-in must the player's two feet only be partially on the line when the rest of the feet can be across it and on the field? If even their full foot was...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 3/21/2017

Timothy Wrubel of Costa Mesa, CA United States asks...

RE: LAW 15 FOOT FAULTS (LIFTING)

The other day, a GU10 coach was complaining that the throws the girls were making were legal, in spite of the fact that they were ALL lifting their feet in various manners.

I waved him off, and as th...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 1/23/2017

Stephen Fisher of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire England asks...

During a game at the weekend I had a parent constantly questioning whether someone was making a foul throw. He said as the ball was spinning in the air the throwers hand was coming off the ball. I didn't think it was but the ball was rotating as he t...

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Law 15 - The Throw In 1/12/2017

Nestor Rodriguez of Weston, Florida USA asks...

Teammate thows the ball to own keeper who missed touching the ball. Ball goes inside own goal, what's the call....

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Law 15 - The Throw In 1/7/2017

Alan Buckley of Winsford, England asks...

football player takes a throw in from behind the barrier, what do you give...

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