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OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS DIAGRAM OFFICIAL’S MOTIONS PERSONAL FOULS


UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT


Arms extended from shoulder height


Non-releasable - arguing with official, using threatening or obscene language or gestures, bating or taunting, or any other act officials deem unsportsmanlike.


Releasable - repeatedly committing same technical foul, not returning to field immediately, and a substitute deliberately not complying with rules for entering game.


UNNECESSARY


ROUGHNESS A salute motion


Any excessively violent infraction of the rules governing holding or pushing. Includes checks delivered with a punching blow, against a player setting a pick or a stationary defender and checking an opponent who is in a vulnerable position.


FOULING OUT No specific signal for foul


Whistle with arm straight up or ejection motion often used


A player, substitute, coach or other team personnel can be ejected fouled out from the game for serious infractions. too many personal fouls or times. (5 minutes of personal fouls, or 4 personal(U/13 and U15 or 3 personal fouls for U/9 or U/11See ejection foul page for further details. Ejection fouls are enforced with a three- minute non-releasable penalty.


EJECTION Thumb Up, hand moves up over shoulder


A player, substitute, coach or other team personnel can be ejected from the game for serious infractions. See ejection foul page for further details. Ejection fouls are enforced with a three-minute non-releasable penalty.


NON-RELEASABLE


PENALTY Two hands held together over the head


All-non releasable penalties remain in place until the full time is served. These can include illegal body check, take-out check/excessive body check, check involving the head/neck, and unnecessary roughness.


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