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MINOR FOULS INSIDE THE 12-METER FAN


For a minor foul by a defender:


The player fouled will move to the nearest spot on the 12-meter fan.


All other players shall remain in their same positions with the exception of the fouling defender who shall move 4 meters from the player taking the free position, relative to their position at the time of her foul.


This is an indirect free position and no shot may be taken by the player awarded this free position until the ball has been passed to another player.


BEST PRACTICES


In taking the shortest route out of the 8m arc, the arc is cleared relative to one’s position inside the arc. If a defender is ball- side of an attacker when the whistle is blown, the defender is entitled to a ball-side position on the arc, not necessarily at a harsh mark.


PERSPECTIVES


P The frequent whistles on scoring plays are necessary to keep players safe.


SCORING AREA


An attacker gets called for a minor foul. The player who was fouled will take the free position at the spot of the foul, but no closer than 8m from the goal circle. If the goalkeeper was the player who was fouled, she will get the free position inside the goal circle.


C When your players scrimmage at practice, make the calls like an official would to keep players safe and help them understand the rules.


O Officials are encouraged to hold their whistle and show advantage when a minor foul is committed by a defender and the attack player may have the opportunity to shoot.


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FOULS CRITICAL SCORING AREA


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