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GAME PLAY THE WHISTLE


WHAT IS IT? The official’s whistle is used to stop and start play. The ball


is dead when the official blows the whistle. No player may move, unless directed by the official, until the whistle blows to restart play.


FUNDAMENTALS


STAND When the whistle blows, all players must stop moving. The goalkeeper may move if she is within her goal circle.


ARM SIGNALS With the whistle, officials will use hand signals to indicate


penalties and direction of play. DEVELOPMENTAL


U9/U11/U13/U15 - The whistle offers a teaching opportunity to explain why it was blown and learn how to avoid it.


At all levels, players should learn the rules and understand where to go after the whistle is blown and during a held whistle.


RESTART Play resumes when the official blows the whistle and drops her


arm straight down to the side.


SAFETY For the safety of all players, everyone must respect the officials’ whistles and calls.


PLAY SAFE


After a goal, the official will blow a long whistle and use an arm signal to verify that the goal counts.


On an injury or timeout, players must drop their sticks where they stand.


Officials may use a stronger whistle tone as a warning to all players.


WHEN throughout the game to stop and start play


WHERE anywhere on the field WHO the officials


WHY to call fouls and violations, start and stop play, and manage game


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