It's up to the referee, but it should as the game is interrupted.
Yes, they can. The referee will stop the clock at various times resulting in more time than the proscribed 45 minutes per half.
It doesn't. However, the referee can add time at the end of each half, at his discretion, to account for lost playing time due to such things as player injury etc.
No, only the referee has the authority to stop a soccer game, unless extreme circumstances occur.
yes the stop clock only restes when u past the half ine , or the ball touches the back board or hoop, and the game clock will keep going until the ref. whistles
It should not stop. The referee keeps the official clock on the field. A proper scoreboard for the sport of soccer will count down to zero and begin counting up to track extra time that the official has added to the match.
its actually not quarters its half and theres 20 minutes in each half. which means there are 40 minutes total in the game but because of the calls that stop the clock they usally go longer
Soccer, because their is alot more running and the game doesnt stop.
The clock stops for several reasons. An official can stop it for an official reason like to take a measurement. Each team can take time outs, this stops the clock. An incomplete pass stops the clock.The clock will stop if there is an injury on the field.
Because the refs need to stop the game and tell everyone