Within the regulations from football to try to not miss one of the most important: the position out of the game or out of place.Then we will try everything to do with this topic and the Federation International Football associate (Fifa) regulations. Offside position: being in an offside position does not constitute an offence in itself. A player is offside position Yes is closer to the opposite goal than the ball line and the penultimate opponent. A player will not be in offside position if found in their own half of the field or is at the same height as the penultimate opponent or at the same height as the last two opponents. Violation: A player in the offside position shall be punishable only if at the time the ball touches or is played by one of his teammates, he is, in the opinion of the referee, involved in Active play: interfering in the game or interfering with an opponent or gaining advantage of such position. It is not infringement: there will not be violation offside if the player receives the ball directly from a goal kick or a throw-in or a corner kick.
Infringements/sanctions: Any infringement out of play, the referee should award an indirect free kick the opponent team that will be launched from the place where the offence was committed. Decisions of the International F.A. Board Decision 1 on the definition of the out position game, closer to the opposite goal line means that any part of his head, body or feet is closer to the opposite goal line than the ball and the penultimate opponent. The arms are not included in this defi nition. Decision 2 the definitions of the elements that determine being involved in Active play are: interfering with play means playing or touching the ball that has been passed or touched by a teammate. Interfering with an opponent means preventing an opponent to play or can play the ball, obstructing the field of vision or movements, or making a gesture or movement which, in the opinion of the referee, deceive or distract an opponent. Gaining advantage from this position means playing a ball that bounces in a post or crossbar after having been in an offside position, or playing a ball that bounces off an opponent having been in an offside position.