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Jul 24, 2017 - Player Development Initiatives in Section 2. BUILD-OUT LINES — 9U/10U ONLY. • The build-out lines promote playing the ball out of the back ...

7/24/17

Player Development Initiatives in Section 2 BUILD-OUT LINES — 9U/10U ONLY  The build-out lines promote playing the ball out of the back in a less pressured setting.  The build-out lines are located halfway between the halfway line and the top of the penalty area.  The build-out lines may be solid, dashed, or simply marked by cones (or flags) off the field  The build-out line only impacts three situations: 1. Goalkeeper controls the ball with the hands 2. Goal kicks 3. Offside

Goalkeeper controls the ball with the hands     



Opponents must retreat behind the build-out line. The goalkeeper may not punt the ball (IFK offence from location of the punt—Note: goal area exception) The goalkeeper must pass, throw, or roll the ball to a teammate who is on their side of the build-out line. Quick restart: The goalkeeper may release the ball before the opponents have completely retreated behind the build-out line. In doing so, the goalkeeper accepts the position of the opponents who may intercept the ball. Once the ball is released by the goalkeeper the opposing players may cross the build-out line. The 6 second limitation on goalkeeper possession should not start until all opponents have moved behind the build-out line. Referees should be flexible with this.

Goal kick   

Opponents must retreat behind the build-out line. Once the ball is kicked, the opposing players may cross the build-out line (but per law 16, they cannot play the ball until it has left the penalty area) Quick restart: The goal kick may be taken before the opponents have completely retreated behind the build-out line. In doing so, the team accepts the position of the opponents and they may intercept the pass. (Note: Law 16 restrictions on opposing players and the penalty area still apply)

Violations of the build-out line  

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Let them play. Referees and coaches should work with the players to encourage the use of the build-out line. Referees should: o Provide instruction as needed and allow limited “do-overs” o Hold up play until opponents retreat o Remind players to not deliberately pass or roll the ball beyond the build-out line Focus is on education, not strict enforcement (most violation will be trifling) Repeated violations of the build-out line should not be viewed as misconduct Region staff should address coaches who encourage/teach their players to disregard the build-out line

Offside 

The build-out line in the opponents’ half of the field replaces the halfway line in determining offside position. Balanced teams - Open registration - Everyone plays - Positive coaching - Good sportsmanship - Player development

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