GDFRA Law 13 Quiz "Free Kicks"

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Answer the questions below.  How many can you get right on the first try?
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  1. Can you score directly on yourself on a direct free kick? 
  2. How far must opponents be from the ball during a free kick outside the penalty area? 
  3. If the defending team is taking a free kick within their own goal area where does the ball need to be placed? 
  4. If the attacking team is taking an indirect free kick within their opponent's goal area where does the ball need to be placed? 
  5. During all free kicks the ball must be stationary and in what direction does it have to travel?   
  6. If the defending team is taking a free kick within its own goal area or penalty area, when does the ball comes into play? 
  7. If the attacking team received an indirect free kick within their opponent's goal area, where can the opponent be at the taking of the kick?  
  8. The referee should have one arm extending upward to show it is an indirect kick. When should the referee drop his arm? 
  9. When a free kick is taken outside the penalty area, when does the ball become in play?  
  10. Can the ball be moving at the taking of a Free Kick?  


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