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  1. Throw-ins. All throw-ins from the side line must be rolled so that the ball touches and remains on the ground within two yards from where it was released. The thrower must have both feet behind the side line when the ball is rolled. A foul throw will result in an indirect free kick to the opponents. Opponents must stand two yards away from the thrower or behind the nearest opponent. Failure to do this will result in an indirect free kick.
  2. Goal Kicks. Goal kicks must be rolled in the same manner as throw-ins from the side line. A foul throw will result in an indirect free kick from the penalty spot. If the goal keeper has the ball in the area other than for a goal kick (for example, after a save or backpass), he may either roll the ball out of the area or he may place the ball on the ground and kick it. In this case, he may roll or kick the ball to himself.
  3. High Kicks and Headers. There is no limitation on how high the ball may be kicked, so kicks and passes above head height are allowed. Headers are also permitted.
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  1. Goal Areas. No player, except the defending goal keeper, my enter the goal area or touch the ball while it is inside the goal area. The only exception to this rule is if an attacking player plays the ball outside the area — or leaves his feet outside the area in the case of a flying header/volley — but his momentum carries him into the area: in this case, play continues as normal. For an attacker offense, an indirect free kick shall be taken by the goal keeper from anywhere within the area. For a defensive offense, a penalty kick will be given. If a defender enters the area to clear the ball and prevents an obvious goal, he will be sent off. Goalkeepers, however, are permitted to leave the area.
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  1. Goal Areas. No player, except the defending goal keeper, my enter the goal area or touch the ball while it is inside the goal area. The only exception to this rule is if an attacking player plays the ball outside the area — or leaves his feet outside the area in the case of a flying header/volley — but his momentum carries him into the area: in this case, play continues as normal. For an attacker offense, an indirect free kick shall be taken by the goal keeper from anywhere within the area. For a defensive offense, a penalty kick will be given. If a defender enters the area to clear the ball and prevents an obvious goal, he will be sent off. Goalkeepers are not permitted to leave the area.
 
  1. Free Kicks. When a free kick or corner is taken, opponents must stand five yards away from the ball, unless it is within five yards of the defending side's goal area, in which case they may stand on the edge of the area. The attacking team may then, if they wish, move the ball away from the area in a direct line up to a distance of five yards away from the area.
  2. Penalty Kicks. Only a single step is allowed in the run-up to a penalty kick. Other than the taker, all players must stand at least five yards away from the penalty spot. All players (except the defending goal keeper) must also stand behind the penalty spot (this is an 11-a-side rule).
  3. Offside. No offside laws will be applied in this tournament.
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  1. Kick-off. The ball need not move forward from a kickoff. Opponents must stand five yards away from the ball until it is in play. All other eleven-a-side rules apply: remember, you can score directly from a kick-off.
  2. Sliding tackles. No sliding tackles are permitted. This is dangerous play and will be sanctioned by an indirect free kick. This rule does not ban all slides. You may, for example, slide to keep a ball from rolling into touch so long as there are no opponents near the ball. Also, goalkeepers are permitted to go down in order to make saves.
  3. Interpretation. All matches must be played according to the referee's interpretation of the rules. It is the team captain's responsibility to make sure that his players know the rules.
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