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  1. Reading Play U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 7 Referee Course Amateur Adult Training

  2. Reading Play • Reading play • What the referee team does in relation to team tactics and strategies • Positioning and tool box • Principles of play • Attack • Defense

  3. Principles of Attack • Attack • Penetration • Support • Mobility • Width • Creativity

  4. Principles of Defense • Defense • Pressure • Delay • Support and cover • Balance • Compactness • Control and restraint • Counterattack

  5. Tactical Awareness • Systems of play • Styles of play • General tactics • Restarts • Set pieces • Marking • Off the ball • Substitutions

  6. Systems of Play • Common formations • 4-4-2 • 4-3-3 • 3-4-3 • 3-5-2 • 4-5-1

  7. 4-4-2

  8. 4-3-3

  9. 3-4-3

  10. 3-5-2

  11. 4-5-1

  12. Styles of Play • Possession • Direct • Wide play • Counterattack • Individual playmakers • High pressure

  13. Restarts • Quick or ceremonial • Observe • Kicker • Ball • Defenders • Must be able to see assistant referee • Goal scoring opportunities

  14. Set Pieces • Restarts • Set Pieces • Wall • Placement • Management • Proactive • Positioning • Tool box

  15. Marking • 1 on 1 • Close contact • Retaliation • Neutralization • Zonal • Close down attackers • Speed and distance • Offside

  16. Off the Ball • Movement • Off the ball • Impacts options for player on the ball • Principles of play • Attack • Defense • Read the play • More proactive, less reactive

  17. Substitutions • Game changes • Factors • Tactical or injury • Timing • Player(s) entering the game • Strengths and weaknesses • Anticipated impact • More proactive, less reactive

  18. Overview • Positioning • Flexible • Intelligence • Laws of the Game expert • Must know the game of soccer • Proactive and anticipate • Positioning and tool box

  19. Review Question • Will having a general understanding of the teams’ tactics better prepare referees to position themselves effectively during the game? • Yes • No

  20. Review Question • Being able to recognize the tactical changes that result from substitutions will allow officials to be which of the following? • Less involved and more patient • Less reactive and more proactive

  21. Review Question • What are some general tactics that referees working the amateur adult game should be familiar with? • Set pieces • Marking • Off the ball • All of the above

  22. Review Question • Which of the following is not associated with reading play? • Positioning • Use of the tool box • Being proactive • Professional appearance