THE BANK OF SUBSTITUTES WILL BE INCREASED
FIFA makes official the new soccer laws for the next season
Published:1/07/2022 - 14:11h
Updated:1/07/2022 - 14:11h
After the 'International Board' approved a series of new regulations in June, FIFA has put them into force in the regulations as of this Friday, July 1
This Friday goes in in force the new regulation of the FIFA,where include new important laws after his approval the past 13 June by the 'International Board'. Between the most notable changes stands out the number three, which accepts of permanent form the use of five modifications in the official parties organised by the maximum organism of the balompié.
It is necessary to remember that this action had been taken owing to the pandemia and that now will be observed permanently. So much the first masculine and feminine teams will be subject to this law, and in case that in the 90' minutes have not used said replacements, will be able to execute them in extention. Also it will keep the change 'extra' in case that both teams surpass the limit during the statutory time, for a maximum of six.
On the other hand, the number of footballers in the bench will be increased of 12 to 15 members, although this will remain subject to the decision of each competition. Also the faults by hands will be evaluated of a different form according to the Rule 12, since to exception of the guardameta inside the area, any player that avoid a goal or a self-evident occasion of the instrument opponent will have to be expelled, independently of where produce .
The last big modification is two stairs by on, in the separated number 14. This goes directly with the penaltis, where signals that: "In the moment of the strike, the guardameta will have to have at least splits of a foot in direct contact with the line of put, on this or by behind this". The text was modified regarding the previous, because it signalled that if the goalkeeper plants a foot behind the linea and the another by in front, without doing contact with put it, would be considered like a technical infringement.