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RULE 7: Penalty Enforcement 7. 1 - PERSONAL FOUL ENFORCEMENT PENALTY


Personal fouls will result in an immediate stoppage of play, with the foul being explained to the player who then must leave the field. They may return on the next whole team substitution. At no time should either team be playing with fewer players than their opponent.


7.2 - TECHNICAL FOUL ENFORCEMENT PENALTY


Technical fouls will result in an immediate stoppage of play, with the foul being explained to the player and the ball being awarded to the offended team.


7.3 - RESUMING PLAY AFTER PENALTY


When a penalty occurs and the ball is in the offended team’s offensive half of the field, the ball shall be put in play by the team awarded the ball at the spot where the ball was when play was suspended. If the ball was within fifteen yards of the goal when play was suspended, it shall be restarted laterally five yards from the sideline nearest to the spot of the ball at the time of the whistle. If the ball has crossed the end line prior to the penalty occurring, the ball shall be restarted at that spot.


When a penalty occurs and the ball is in the offended team’s defensive half of the field and a penalty is to be served, the ball shall be awarded to any player of the offended team in its offensive side of the field at the Center Spot. When no penalty time is to be served, the ball will be put in play at the spot the ball was when the whistle was blown.


6U RULES


BOYS’ YOUTH RULEBOOK


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