The referee is the sole judge of time in the match. The referee is the only one who has the power to end the game because time has expired.
Now, speaking about during play, the same rule exists. The referee is the only one who has the authority to stop play or terminate the match early for any reason. Now, assuming that a coach leaves the field when tournament rules require that a rostered coach be present at all times during the game (as almost all youth matches do), the referee would be forced to terminate the match early due to insufficient people on that team. (The insufficiency comes from the fact that there are not enough coaches (one) to continue/start the match.)
The referee would stop play and then declare the match over. His match report would contain specific details of the event and note that the match was terminated early. The referee would also report the score at the time of termination. The referee has no power to determine a winner or a forfeiture. His only authority regarding outcome of the match is that he sends his detailed report to the league coordinator. The league would then decide what actions to take (i.e. the winning team or forfeiting team, whether the match should be played again, or if disciplinary action needs to be taken against the team/coach).
This can be found in The Laws of the Game, under Law 5 - The Referee:Powers and DutiesThe Referee:
There are obviously more responsibilities/powers that the referee has, but the ones listed in the Laws that are pertinent to this question are the ones listed here.
Source: FIFA Laws of the Game 2012/2013 - Law 5: The Referee (pages 24-25).
Additional interpretations of the roles of the referee can be found on pages 69-73.
well I'm not to sure really, probably not, but i am not to sure. a very intresting question. lol
No, only the referee has the authority to stop a soccer game, unless extreme circumstances occur.
They are one of the officials in soccer. There is only one referee on the pitch, but there are other officials. One is the assistant referee. They watch the game and may assist the referee by keeping in contact by radio. They can look after things like timing the match and dealing with the substitutions. If the referee has to come off and be replaced, like if they got injured, the assistant referee could take over.
None or up to 3. Depends on what the coach has done previously in the game. Soccer only allows 3 substitutions in any official game.
only one is needed but many professional teams use 3, two linesmen and one center.
In the end it's the referee and ONLY the referee who makes the call, but if a linesman sees something illegal on the field he can raise his flag to notify the referee that he has seen something and then tell the referee what he saw.
Additional time in soccer is stoppage time that delayed the game. This time is added on to the 90 minute regulation time. After the 90 minutes regulation the referee decides how much time to add. Once that limit has been reached the whistle blows and the game is over. Only the referee can add time to a game as they are the sole time keeper for each match.
A foul may only be committed by a player, against an opponent, on the field, and while the ball is in play. A coach is not a player and so cannot commit a foul. A coach may be guilty of bringing the game into disrepute by not acting responsibly, in which case the coach will be dismissed.
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Substitutions are allowed at any time during a game and teams are allowed to make three substitutions in a match.
Coach i dunno but manager i do but i only no in soccer it would be: Sir Alex Fergeson Jose Mourinho
You can get a soccer referee job, if you take an entry level 9 course, you only have to be 11 and get paid around $14 a game. Hope that helped