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DASL Rule Administration

Slide Tackle Rule

March 7, 2011

 

 

Administration of the foul for Slide Tackling in a DASL game.

 

A DASL Slide Tackle is the effort to dispose a ball away from an opponent, where the attacking player leaves his or her feet.   This definition includes a Slide that is close to an opponent, as stated below: 

 
1.  A Slide that is close to an opponent but no-contact is made – A foul is called for Dangerous Play and the restart for dangerous play is an indirect free kick.  Rule of Thumb for deciding what constitutes close is within 2-3 feet. 

1A. A Slide, which occurs, outside the Rule of Thumb, of an opponent, is a no-call. 

 2.  A Slide tackle to an opponent with contact (some contact) – A foul is called for Rough Play and a Yellow card is issued.  Restart is a direct free kick from spot of the foul. 
 
3.  A Slide tackle to an opponent with a higher level of contact – A foul is called call for SFP - Serious Foul Play, a Red card is issued, and play is restarted with the direct free kick.
 
4.  Slide tackle to an opponent from behind resulting in an opponent falling to the ground due to the contact – A foul is called for SFP, and a Red card is issued.

 5.  Slide tackle by a Goalie.  Defined as any instance where Goalie slides onto an opponent makes any level of contact, while opponent is focused on ball and not where the goalie is sliding – A foul is called for SFP, and a Red card is issued.  Typical restart is most probably a penalty kick but the correct restart call is a direct free kick.  

 If a player, in Referee’s opinion, is aware of the goalie’s intent, but if Goalie’s effort still makes contact with an opponent, a lessor foul can be called.  A Foul is called for Rough Play, a Yellow card is issued and restart is a direct free kick (Penalty kick would be the usual restart assuming play occurred inside the Penalty Box.).

 Goalie must be replaced to serve a Yellow card’s time out and game removal for Red Card. 

 Process for replacing a Goalie that earns a Red Card, for any reason:

 A Red card is both a Team foul and a Player foul.  If a Red Card is issued to a goalie, the goalie, as a player, must leave the field.  The carded Team then replaces the goalie position with a field player and that field player position is lost to the team for the remainder of the game.  The carded Team’s count of field players is then reduced by one.  The carded Team will select the field player reduction from the current Male or Female count.  

 

 

 

 

 

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