No, only the referee has the authority to stop a soccer game, unless extreme circumstances occur.
There are apparently only two.During any stoppage, with permission of the referee, and at the half.
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.
No. A linesman can tell a referee what they saw and advise the referee about what to do, but only the referee can actually give the yellow card.
Yes he can but only if the game was not restarted yet, if the game was already restarted after the card has been shown the booking will still stand even if the referee has realized he made a mistake.
only if Referee is someone's name or if it is at the start of a sentence.
only one is needed but many professional teams use 3, two linesmen and one center.
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.
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I am pretty sure that you have to be 12 years old to be a referee. That's just my town though. In your town if you can be a referee at 11, then you would probably only be an AR. (assistant referee) I'm 12 and I ref for my town's intown soccer team and I was the youngest one there. Good luck!
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.
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