Free kicks
Referees are reminded that a player must be cautioned if:
 he fails to observe the regulation distance when play restarts
The penalty kick
It is an infringement of the Laws of the Game for players to stand less
than 5 m from the penalty spot before the penalty kick is taken. The
goalkeeper is likewise in breach of the Laws of the Game if he moves
off his goal line before the ball is kicked.

The referees must ensure that the appropriate measures are taken if
players infringe this rule.
Kick from the second penalty mark and direct free kick without a wall

It is an infringement of the Laws of the Game for the goalkeeper to stand less than 5 m from the ball before the kick is taken. The goalkeeper is also in breach of the Laws of the Game if he stands outside his penalty area before the ball is kicked.
All other players, with the exception of the player taking the kick, must stand behind an imaginary line level with the ball, parallel with the goal line, outside the penalty area and 5 m from the ball until the ball has been layed.
The referees must ensure that the appropriate measures are taken if
the players infringe this rule.
Goalkeeping offences
Referees are reminded that goalkeepers may not keep possession of
the ball in their hands or at their feet (within their half of the pitch)
for more than 4 seconds. Any goalkeeper committing this offence will
be penalised with an indirect free kick to the opposing team*.
Persistent offenders
Referees must always be alert to players persistently violating the Futsal Laws of the Game. It must also be noted that even if the player
in question has committed different types of offences, he must be
cautioned for persistently violating the Laws.
Behaviour towards the match offi cials
The team captains are not benefi ciaries of special status or special
treatment insofar as the Futsal Laws of the Game are concerned, but
they do have a certain degree of responsibility when it comes to their
teams’ behaviour.

Any player who is guilty of showing verbal dissent in respect of the
referees’ decisions must be cautioned.

Any player who attacks a match offi cial or is guilty of using offensive, rude or obscene gestures or language must be sent off.
 
 
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