Yes you do.
It's up to the referee, but it should as the game is interrupted.
No, only the referee has the authority to stop a soccer game, unless extreme circumstances occur.
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.
The length of a soccer game is officially 90 minutes. Unlike American football however the clock does not stop during the game, so. The time keeper can add extra minutes at the end of official time. These minutes are to account for stops in play, (injuries, disputes, yellow cards, red cards, ball out of play times.
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.
Typically, no. Spring clocks can be affects by the shaking, if it is severe enough. If the clock falls and breaks, then yes, it may stop. If the clock is electric, and the power supply is broken, then yes, the clock will stop.
Because the refs need to stop the game and tell everyone
Yes, they can. The referee will stop the clock at various times resulting in more time than the proscribed 45 minutes per half.
there are 4 quarters and each go for 15 mins each
A player shown a yellow card is receiving a caution. A formal warning to stop doing something.
There is an official timekeeper at each NFL game and he coordinates with the referees.
the clock stops whenever the ball goes out of bounds . Time on the clock makes no difference
No, they can't. The match official (mostly the referee) has the power to do that.
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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
Yes. The clock stop and then restarts when the ball is thrown in and touches a player.That is partially correct but not in most situations. The clock does not stop even if the ball is out of bounce. It only stops when there are only a couple of minutes/seconds left in a quarter, especially the 4th when it is a tight game.
yes, the quarter back spikes the ball so it can stop the clock so the team will have more time to run another play.
Generally, it does not. However, if the game is very close and about to end (under a minute), the clock will usually stop. In high school, the clock only stops for timeouts, throwing the ball in bounds (after a foul or a timeout), or if an injury has occurred.
yes it is true that a referee must stop the clock by going out of bounds in the last 2 minutes of a football game. no-one knows why they were told to do this but now the rules have changed.
Yes. Not only does the clock stop for touchdowns, but for any score.
Yes they do