Fouls and misconduct shall be penalised as follows:  
Direct free kick  

A direct free kick shall be awarded to the opposing team if a player
commits any of the following six infringements in a manner considered
by the referees to be careless, reckless or excessively forceful:

  kicking or attempting to kick an opponent
  tripping or attempting to trip an opponent, either by sliding or by
    bending down in front of or behind an opponent,
  jumping on an opponent
  charging an opponent
  striking or attempting to strike an opponent
  pushing an opponent

A direct free kick shall also be awarded to the opposing team if a
player commits any of the following fi ve infringements:

  holding an opponent
  spitting at an opponent


  sliding in an attempt to play the ball while an opponent is playing
    it or is about to play it (sliding tackle), except for the goalkeeper in his     own penalty area, provided that he does not endanger the safety of an     opponent
  touching the opponent before the ball when attempting to win
    possession
  carrying, striking or throwing the ball with one’s hands or arms,
    except for the goalkeeper in his own penalty area

The direct free kick shall be taken from the place where the infringement
occurred, unless the free kick has been awarded to the defending team in its own penalty area, in which case the free kick may be taken from any point inside the penalty area.

The above-mentioned infringements are accumulated fouls.

 
 
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