The meeting will take the form of a training event with Training Officer Philip Clough outlining the changes to the Laws of the Game,
which came into effect on 1 June 2016.
The laws have under gone a
major revision in a generation with some 95 changes aimed at making the laws 'fit for purpose' and about 'fair play' with five main changes that looked at:
• Frequent incidents
• Occasional incidents
• Rare but potentially significant incidents
• Other changes
• Clarification mainly for technical reasons
The new laws are now called The IFAB, (International Football Association Board), Laws of the Game. Note FIFA has been replaced!
This is a very important training event and not one to be missed.
There will be the usually questions that you will have no doubt, and this would be the ideal time to ask them and
get the right answers to assist you in your match control this season.
If you still haven't got your copy of the IFAB Laws of the Game, then you can download a copy onto your smartphone by clicking this link: Download
A full presentation on the changes to the Laws given by Neale Barry, former Select Group Referee, now the FA's Head of Refereeing and a member of the IFAB
Technical Advisory Panel, at the RA Conference in July is available in the Members Area of the National RA Website (www.the-ra.org). The presentation
lasts over an hour. If you do not already have access to the Members Area, you will need your membership number obtainable from Treasurer Mick Bell to
enable you to log in. The Members Area a wealth of refereeing information and training/ development material.
Next Meeting Will Be On Thursday 1st September 2016
Fitzwilliam Arms, Taylors Lane, Parkgate, Rotherham, 7.30pm Start
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