Laws of the Game definition

Laws of the Game means the official laws of the game of football and futsal as promulgated by FIFA;
Laws of the Game means the laws promulgated by the IRB from time to time according to which the Game is played throughout the world.
Laws of the Game means “the laws of association football issued by The IFAB”.

Examples of Laws of the Game in a sentence

  • The host club shall ensure that the markings of field of play follow law (1) of the Laws of the Game.

  • Associate referees must complete the online Laws of the Game Exam.

  • All Competition Fixtures are played under the IFAB Laws of the Game, unless otherwise specified in these Rules.

  • The game officials for a particular game shall at all times uphold the FIFA Laws of the Game (with all AYSO modifications and Rules of Competition) and the AYSO National, Section 11, and Area 11-K Rules and Regulations.

  • Notwithstanding the Laws of the Game, If a Match is abandoned before completion of normal playing time for any reasons not provided for in these regulations or other UAE FA regulations, the committee shall study the case and submit its recommendation to the Board of Directors.


More Definitions of Laws of the Game

Laws of the Game means World Rugby’s Laws of the Game of Rugby Union, as amended from time to time, and shall include the Laws of XV’s, Tens, Sevens and any other form of the game recognised by World Rugby.
Laws of the Game means the laws of Association Football as settled by the Federation Internationale de Football Associations ("FIFA") from time to time;
Laws of the Game means the codified rules that help define soccer. They are the only rules of soccer subscribed to by the sport's governing body FIFA;
Laws of the Game means the Laws of the Game as laid down by World Rugby;
Laws of the Game means the laws of the game as determined by the International Football Association Board from time to time.
Laws of the Game means the World Rugby Laws of the Game.
Laws of the Game means the laws of Association Football as settled by the