There are three types of officials or umpires on the AFL field; the Field umpires, Boundry umpires and Goal umpires.
There are 3 Field umpires 1 that patrols the forward line, 1 for the Centre, and 1 for the Back line. These umpires are in charge of general play and controling the game.
There are also 4 Boundry umpires that patrol the boundry line around the oval. These umpires are in charge of unbiasly returning the ball to the feild of play after the ball has gone out (not directly from a kick out on the full or a deliberate attempt to remove the ball from the feild of play, although both of those descisions are left to the boundry umpire to judge).
Finally, there are 2 Goal umpires, one for each set of goals that stand at the goal post at each end of the feild, these umpires keep score sheets, and decide whether a team has scored a goal (6 points), a behind (1 point), a rushed behind ( 1 point to the opposing team), or put the ball out of play ( in which case the ball goes at the descression of the boundry umpire.
The names of athletic officials vary depending upon the sport. The most common include referees, umpires, head linesmen, officials, and judges.
Referee, umpire, linesman, line judge, back judge, field judge, and side judge.
There are seven officials on the field... Referee, Umpire, Head Linesman, Line Judge, Field Judge, Side Judge, Back Judge.
Do you mean the referee or linesmen?
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