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OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS DIAGRAM OFFICIAL’S MOTIONS


GOAL SIGNAL Turns toward center of field, arms raised and then lowered.


PROCEDURAL FOULS The goal line official calls all goals.


The ball must pass completely through the plane of the back edge of the pipes. Hitting two or three pipes does NOT designate a goal.


NO GOAL


Arms extended toward the ground and swung out-and-in so that they cross each other.


Goals that are scored illegally are quickly reversed by the official. Possession is awarded to the defending team.


TIMEOUT Turns towards the timer and crosses fully extended arms at the wrist above the head.


The official will alert the timekeeper when to stop the clock. In games that use running time, certain conditions like legal timeouts, injury timeouts and equipment checks will require the clock to be stopped.


DIRECTION OF POSSESSION Arm is raised horizontally at shoulder level and pointed towards the goal of the team awarded possession.


The official will indicate a change in direction when a violation dictates.


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