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THE GUIDE TERMS FIELD AREAS


COACHING AREA: the area on the bench/table side of the fi eld extending from their side of the substitution area to their end line. There shall not be more than three coaches in the defi ned coaching area.


U15/ U13/U11: coaches must remain in the coaching area.


U9: one coach is allowed on the fi eld for the purpose of coaching, but may not interfere with the fl ow of the game and may not enter the critical scoring area.


SUBSTITUTION AREA: the area in front of the scorer’s table, centered at midfi eld, and between two hash marks 5 yards from the center line.


PENALTY AREA: the area directly in front of the scorer’s/timer’s table and at the rear of the substitution area. Players who are carded and serving their penalty time must sit or kneel in this area and should not be blocking the view of the scorer’s/timer’s or obstructing any substitutions by either team.


TEAM BENCH AREA: the area from the end of the substitution area to the team’s restraining line. Players and their equipment should remain in this area during the duration of the game.


8-METER ARC: an arc marked in front of the goal used for the administration of major fouls. A defender may not remain in this area for more than three seconds unless closely marking her opponent.


12-METER FAN: a semi-circle area in front of each goal circle bounded by an arc 12 meters from the goal circles.


GOAL CIRCLE: the circle around the goal to protect the goalkeeper. No player’s stick or body may “break” the plane of the goal circle.


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