Laws of the Game

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Assistant Referee Tracey Clayton at the 2016 Norfolk Women’s Cup Final
Assistant Referee Tracey Clayton at the 2016 Norfolk Women’s Cup Final
Assistant Referee Tracey Clayton at the 2016 Norfolk Women’s Cup Final
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Today's 17 Laws continue to be based upon the rules that were first ratified by the International Football Association Board (IFAB) when it was founded in 1886.

Changes have occurred in accordance with the specific evolution and demands of modern-day football, but the key element remains of football being seen as essentially a simple game, with laws that can be applied in the same way at any level from the World Cup Final to a friendly game on a local park.

Please click here to view the new IFAB edition of the Laws of the Game for 2016-2017.

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