Assistant Referee Exam

50 Questions  I  By Powersoccer
Welcome to the Assistant Referee Exam. You have 60 minutes to complete these 50 questions. Your results will be disclosed to you at the end of the Exam. You must receive at least a 75% score to be certified. � Good luck.

  
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1.  An attacker wholly crosses the goal line between his/her opponents’ goal posts during play to get out of the way.  What is the call?
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2.  The ball is out of play when:
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3.  A third defender must be within 3m to the ball in his/her own goal area to cause the 3-in-the-area infringement.
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4.  The ball completely crosses over the touchline near an Assistant Referee. The AR should signal with the flag at 45 degrees above the horizontal in the direction of the kick-in. 
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5.  A goalkeeper, whose chair is outside the goal area but has one tip wheel inside the area, is next to and assisting, a teammate who is actively challenging an opponent for the ball outside their own goal area is guilty of an infringement of a 2 on 1. 
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6.  From a corner kick, the ball went directly into the opponent's goal without being touched by another player.  The restart is a:
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7.  A defender kicks the ball off an attacker’s footguard so that it leaves the field across the goal line (but not between the goal posts.)   What is the restart?
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8.  When an indirect free kick is taken outside the goal area, the ball is in play when it is kicked and moved.
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9.  The ball, last touched by an attacking player, completely passes over the goal line, near an assistant referee. The assistant referee should signal as follows:  
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10.  Any player bleeding from a wound must leave the field of play for treatment.
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11.  Before a penalty kick was taken, the goalkeeper jiggled his/her powerchair, but remained on the goal line. The kick was taken and the goalkeeper deflected the ball wide of the goal.  The restart is a:
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12.  During a corner kick, a defender's wheels remain outside of the goal box but the footguard hangs over the line inside the area behind - but not touching - an opponent. The goalkeeper and another defender are along the goal line between the goal posts.  The defending team is guilty of a 3-in-the-area as soon as the ball is kicked.
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13.  Players may use footguards with concave surfaces.
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14.  The ball crosses the goal line. The AR makes eye contact with the referee, raises the flag straight up in the air, and then points it to the center circle. This action indicates that, in the opinion of the AR, the goal should be awarded. 
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15.  At the taking of a kick-off, each AR should be in line with the goal line. 
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16.  Whenever two teammates are within 3 meters of the ball, the assistant referee should signal as follows:
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17.  The referee notices that an AR has raised the flag vertically and has given it a slight wave. The referee should conclude that, in the opinion of the AR, a kick-in play should be called.   
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18.  A  2 on 1 cannot be called against the defense in their own goal area.
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19.  On a corner kick, the ball curved completely across the goal line, returned onto the playing field and was then kicked into the goal.  The restart is a:
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20.  The second overtime period has just been completed and the next stage is kicks from the mark. Each team must pick any four players from their team to make the kicks one of whom must be a goalkeeper.
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21.  Whenever two teammates are within 3 meters of the ball, the assistant referee should signal as follows:
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22.  On an indirect free kick, the ball is kicked directly into the opponent’s goal.  The referee should have the kick retaken.  
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23.  A defender whose powerchair is completely over the goal line between his/her own goal posts but has one tipper wheel partially on the goal line is guilty of an infraction.
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24.  While inspecting player equipment, the officiating crew discovers a player with a ventilator hanging off the back of his/her powerchair. The referee should:
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25.  The goalkeeper in the process of defending the goal area, dribbles the ball out of his own goal area, while challenged by an attacker. The whole of the goalkeeper's chair is outside of the goal area. A teammate of the goalkeeper remains wholly inside the area but within 3 m of the ball. There is no 2 on 1 infringement.
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26.  The foot guard may be up to 20 inches high and must be at least 2 inches off the floor. There is no regulation for length.
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27.  A goalkeeper is allowed to leave the field of play between a goal post and a corner, and to reenter the field between his/her goal posts, when the ball is not in play.
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28.  The game is about to start. All speed tests have been completed. A player from one of the teams arrives late. Because he did not speed test he/she can not play in this half of the game.
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29.  From a kick-in, the ball went directly into the opponent's goal without being touched by another player.  The restart is a:
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30.  At the taking of a penalty kick, the kicker attempted a spin kick but missed most of the ball and barely touched it with the footguard, moving the ball slightly forward.  An alert teammate, who had been just outside the 5 meter space, moved up and kicked the ball across the goal line but not into the goal.  The restart is a: 
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31.  From a penalty kick, the ball rebounds off the goalkeeper back to the player who took the penalty kick. That player then kicked the ball into the goal.  The restart is a:
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32.  A goalkeeper, in his/her goal area, attempted to pass the ball to a teammate. The ball rebounded off the referee and went across the goal line near the corner angle.  The restart is a:
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33.  The goalkeeper may participate in a set ball restart.
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34.  A goalkeeper kicks the ball for a goal kick but, before it leaves the goal area, an attacker intercepts the ball and kicks it into the goal.
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35.  A defender - who is not the goalkeeper - wholly crosses the goal line, between the goal posts, during play but does not prevent a goal scoring opportunity.
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36.  At the taking of a penalty kick, a defender entered the goal area before the kick was taken. The goalkeeper deflected the kick wide of the goal post.  
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37.  When can the referee overrule, or NOT accept, a signal from an assistant referee?
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38.  The AR observes a foul that the referee could not see. The referee stops play when the AR raises his/her flag and gives it a slight wave. Once the whistle sounds, the AR walks quickly to the corner of the field. According to the AR a penalty kick should be awarded.
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39.  A player correctly kicked the ball into play. He/she then came onto the field to prevent an opponent from intercepting the ball and knocked the ball away with his/her hand. No other player had touched the ball before this action.
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40.  On a kick-in, the player kicks the ball completely off the field.  The kicker should be allowed to retake the kick. 
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41.  The ball has come to rest between a defender and the goalkeeper on the goal line between their goal posts. An offensive player places his guard against the ball and then non-violently pushes it through the two footguards over the goal line.   What is the restart?
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42.  The goalkeeper deflected a shot on goal outside the goal post across the goal line.  The restart is a: 
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43.  When a goal kick is taken, the ball is in play when it is kicked and moved.  
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44.  The AR observes a foul that the referee could not see. The referee stops play when the AR raises his/her flag and gives it a slight wave. Once the whistle sounds, the AR walks quickly to the corner of the field. According to the AR a penalty kick should be awarded.
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45.  The required equipment of a powersoccer player includes footguards. Footguards must:  
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46.  From a kick-off, the ball was kicked forward and went directly into the opponent's goal.  The restart is a:
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47.  A player deliberately moved between an opponent and the ball so as to slow down the opponent rather than trying to play the ball. No contact was made between the player and the opponent.
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48.  The assistant referee indicates to the referee that a substitution is requested by using the following signal:
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49.  A team wants to play without a goalkeeper. The correct decision is to:  
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50.  An attacking team can not have more than two players inside their opponent's goal area.  If they do, a 3-in-the-area infringement should be called.
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