Based on the 2010 Edition of the Rule Book Many questions have more than one correct answer!
A) 40 x 20 meters
B) 42 x 20 meters
C) 38 x 18 meters
D) Length between 38 and 42, width between 18 and 22 meters.
A) 1.92 x 2.92 meters
B) 2.00 x 3.00 meters
C) 2.05 x 3.05 meters
D) 2.08 x 3.08 meters
A) Repeat the goalkeeper-throw after whistle signal
B) Free-throw for team B
C) Let the game continue without interruption
A) Free-throw for team B
B) Free-throw for team A
C) 7-meter throw for team A
D) Goalkeeper-throw for team B
A) Repeat the 7-meter throw after whistle signal
B) Since there is no goal, the game continues with a goalkeeper-throw
C) The position of the goalkeeper is correct
A) 5 cm
B) 6 cm
C) 8 cm
D) 10 cm
A) End of match
B) Free-throw for team B
C) 7-meter throw for team B
D) End of match, note in the match report
B) Repetition of the 7-m-throw
C) Half-time break; no further decision
A) The first-named referee
B) One of the two referees
C) The court referee
D) The goal-line referee
A) When the first-named referee whistles
B) When the ball leaves the thrower's hand
C) When the timekeeper starts the stopwatch or the official clock
D) After the whistle for the throw-off is blown by the court referee
A) The team that wins the coin toss
b) The team that loses the coin toss
C) The referees
D) The first-named referee
C) Without whistle signal
D) After whistle signal
A) Circumference 57cm, weight 450g
B) Circumference 58cm, weight 400g
C) Circumference 59cm, weight 425g
D) Circumference 60cm, weight 500g
A) Circumference 53cm, weight 350g
B) Circumference 54cm, weight 300g
C) Circumference 55cm, weight 425g
D) Circumference 56cm, weight 375g
A) A11 cannot be replaced.
B) A11 can be replaced if the opponents accept this.
C) A11 can be replaced; his substitute can wear number 11 and must be entered in the match report.
D) A11 may be replaced, but his substitute cannot wear number 11.
A) B5 can be used as a court player at any time as long as he makes a correct substitution.
B) B5 can no longer be used as a court player.
C) B5 can be used as a court player if the officials of team A accept this.
D) B5 can be used as a court player, as soon as the intended goalkeeper is present.
A) The substitute goalkeeper must stand behind the bench.
B) The club president must leave the substitution bench.
C) One of the officials must leave the substitution bench.
D) Whoever is not entered in the score sheet must leave the substitution bench.
E) The ‘responsible team official’ gets a progressive punishment.
A) 5 players
B) 4 court players and 1 goalkeeper
C) 5 court players and 1 goalkeeper
D) 6 court players
A) A player who is present at the beginning of the game and entered in the score sheet
B) A player who is not present at the beginning of the game but is entered in score sheet
C) A player who is present at the beginning of the game but not entered in the score sheet
D) A player who has received permission to play from the timekeeper but is not entered in the score sheet
A) Disqualification of A7
B) 2-minute suspension for player A7, who must be included in the score sheet.
C) A7 has to be included in the score sheet.
D) Progressive punishment against the ‘responsible team official’ of team A
A) 2-minute suspension for player
B7 b) Disqualification of player B7 without a written report
C) Disqualification of B7 with a written report
E) 7-meter throw
A) Free-throw for A at the free-throw line of team B
B) Free-throw for team B at the team's own free-throw line
C) Free-throw for B at the substitution area of team A
D) 2-minute suspension for player A9
A) Progressive punishment against the ‘responsible team official’ of team B
B) Free-throw for A at the timekeeper’s desk
C) The number has to be corrected in the match report
D) The game is continued with the throw corresponding to the situation. Written report
A) The timekeeper whistles and indicates a faulty substitution of team A.
B) Player A4 receives a suspension for faulty substitution.
C) Player A6 receives a suspension for faulty substitution.
D) There is no reason for the timekeeper to whistle.
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