New Offside Rule Explained (in under 3 minutes)

LAW 11: OFFSIDE Halfway line 'neutral' for offside; player must be in opponents' half Arms of all players (including goalkeepers) are not considered when judging offside position Offside position, not offense, judged at the moment the ball is played Offside FK is always taken where the offside offense occurs (even in own half) Interfering with an opponent after a save or rebound is an offense A defender off the field is only 'active' until

LAW 11: OFFSIDE Halfway line 'neutral' for offside; player must be in opponents' half Arms of all players (including goalkeepers) are not considered when judging offside position Offside position, not offense, judged at the moment the ball is played Offside FK is always taken where the offside offense occurs (even in own half) Interfering with an opponent after a save or rebound is an offense A defender off the field is only 'active' until play stops or the defending team clears the ball away from their penalty area towards the halfway line Same for attacker returning; before that the player’s point of return to the field of play is the offside position If a goal is scored, an attacking player in the goal can be penalised for an offside offence.

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