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Футбольные регламенты и правила

Regulations of the UEFA European Football Championship 2012





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X   Laws of the Game
Article 14
14.01
Matches are played in conformity with the Laws of the Game promulgated by the International Football Association Board (IFAB).
Substitution of players
14.02
The substitution of three players per team is permitted in the course of the match. The use of substitution boards (preferably electronic) to indicate the substitution of players is compulsory. Substitution boards must be numbered on both sides.
14.03
During the game, substitutes are allowed to leave the technical area to warm up. At the pre-match organisational meeting, the referee determines exactly where they may warm up (behind the first assistant referee or behind the advertising boards behind the goal) and how many substitutes are allowed to warm up simultaneously. In principle, three substitutes per team are allowed to warm up at the same time; exceptionally, if space so permits, the referee can allow up to seven substitutes of each team to warm up simultaneously in the determined area.
Match sheet
14.04
Before each competition match, each team receives a match sheet on which the numbers, full names, dates of birth and, if applicable, the shirt names of the 18 players in the squad (23 players in the final tournament) must be entered, together with the full names of the officials seated on the substitutes’ bench and on the additional technical seats. The match sheet must be properly completed in block capitals and signed by the captain and the head of delegation.
14.05
The 11 first-named players must commence the match. The other 7 (12 in the final tournament) are designated as substitutes. The numbers on the players’ shirts must correspond with the numbers indicated on the match sheet. The goalkeepers and team captain must be identified.
14.06
Both teams must hand their match sheet to the referee at least 75 minutes before kick-off.
14.07
The referee may ask to see the player’s registration licence, personal identity card or passport of the players listed on the match sheet. Each player participating in a UEFA competition match must be in possession of a player’s registration licence issued by their national association or an official personal identity card/passport, each containing his photograph and date of birth.
14.08
If the match sheet is not completed and returned in time, the matter will be submitted to the Control and Disciplinary Body.
14.09
Only three of the substitutes listed on the match sheet may take part in the match. A player who has been substituted may take no further part in the match.
14.10
If there are fewer than seven players on either of the teams, the match is abandoned. In this case, the Control and Disciplinary Body decides on the consequences.
Replacement of players on the match sheet in the qualifying competition
14.11
After the match sheets have been completed, signed and returned to the referee by both teams, and if the match has not yet kicked off, the following provisions apply for matches in the qualifying competition.

  • a) If any of the first 11 players listed on the match sheet are not able to start the match due to unexpected physical incapacity, they may be replaced by any of the seven substitutes listed on the initial match sheet. The substitute(s) in question may then be replaced by a player (players) not listed on the initial match sheet (but included in the list of 23 players as laid down in paragraph 17.03), so that the quota of substitutes is not reduced. During the match, three players may still be substituted.

  • b)If any of the seven substitutes listed on the match sheet are not able to be fielded due to unexpected physical incapacity, they may be replaced, by any player not listed on the initial match sheet (but included in the list of 23 players as laid down in paragraph 17.03) .

  • c) If none of the goalkeepers listed on the match sheet are able to be fielded due to unexpected physical incapacity, they may be replaced by other goalkeepers not listed on the initial match sheet.

  • d)The associations concerned must, upon request, provide the UEFA administration with the necessary medical certificates.
  • Replacement of players on the match sheet in the final tournament
    14.12
    After the match sheets have been completed, signed and returned to the referee by both teams, and if the match has not yet kicked off, the following provisions apply for final tournament matches.

  • a)If any of the first 11 players listed on the match sheet are not able to start the match due to unexpected physical incapacity, they may be replaced by any of the 12 substitutes listed on the match sheet. Such replacements will reduce the quota of substitute players accordingly for the final tournament match in question. During the match, three players may still be substituted.

  • b)If any of the 12 substitutes listed on the match sheet are not able to be fielded due to unexpected physical incapacity, they may not be replaced, which means that the quota of substitute players will be reduced accordingly for the final tournament match in question.

  • c) The associations concerned must, upon request, provide the UEFA administration with the necessary medical certificates.
  • Article 15
    Half-time interval, break before extra time
    15.01
    The half-time interval lasts 15 minutes. If extra time is required, there is a five-minute break between the end of normal time and the start of extra time. As a rule, the players remain on the field of play during this five-minute break, at the discretion of the referee.
    Article 16
    16.01
    In case the winner of a match played under the knockout system cannot be determined after extra time (or in case paragraph 8.08 applies), kicks from the penalty mark are taken in accordance with the procedure laid down in the Laws of the Game promulgated by the IFAB.
    16.02
    The referee decides which goal will be used for the kicks:

  • a) For reasons of safety/security, state of the field of play, lighting or other similar reasons, the referee may choose which goal will be used without tossing a coin. In this case, he is not required to justify his decision, which is final.

  • b)If he considers that both goals can be used for the kicks, then, in the presence of the two captains, he decides that the head side of the coin corresponds to one goal and the tail side to the other. He then tosses the coin to determine which goal will be used.
  • 16.03
    To ensure that the procedure is strictly observed, the referee is assisted by the assistant referees and the fourth official, who also note down the numbers of the players on each team who take kicks from the penalty mark. The assistant referees position themselves according to the diagram in the Laws of the Game.
    16.04
    If the taking of kicks from the penalty mark cannot be completed because of weather conditions or for other reasons beyond control, the results will be decided by the drawing of lots by the referee in the presence of the UEFA match delegate and the two team captains.
    16.05
    If through the fault of a team, the taking of kicks from the penalty mark cannot be completed, the provisions of paragraphs 9.01 to 9.05 apply.

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