Essentially, there are one, or none, officials that are on-site during all times at official tournament games. The official's responsibilities would be the score keeper, judge, and making sure that the game is honest and there is no foul play.
For some games and tournaments though, there ARE NO officials. For ever type of competition, the players are actually required to learn the score of their game, rather than let someone else remember it. The players also call their own lines and call the fouls that their opponent might commit.
There's 10 Officials
Line Judges and Referee
there are 4 different officials in badminton
during badminton tournaments, there are a total of 6 officials officiating the game: an umpire, a service judge, and 4 linesmen (2 for each side of the court positioned at the baseline) . however, during doubles finals of the tournament, another 2 linesmen are sometimes added (one for each side of the court positioned at the doubles service line).
The officials vary, but there are two referees and two linesman during a hockey game.
if the referee tells the player stop the player should do what the referee says
the official sucks off the team players duri ng the game. Then after the game the players all suck off the official :) have a nice day!
Although the game of badminton has existed in many different incarnations since the days of Ancient Greece, today's game derives from the western past-time of Battledore and Shuttlecock. It eventually developed into its present incarnation and was definitively launched in 1873 at badminton house, home of the Duke of Beaufort.
there are 4 officials in an NHL game. 2 referees and 2 linesmen
There is one referee and six other officials on the field during an NFL game. Click on the 'NFL Officials' link on this page to see the duties of each official on the field and what equipment they use during the game.