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Steindy (talk) 00:17, 10 March 2011 (UTC), CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. 2. Holding One Hand Horizontally and Pointing Forward. This gesture indicates a direct free kick and allows a player (from the fouled team) to kick the ball directly to the goal. It also signals a new start from the center of the field.
Soccer Referee Signals are used by the Center Referee or the Sideline Referee to communicate what is going on in the game to everyone else on and off the field. Official soccer match requires 1 Center/Main Referee, and 2 Sideline Assistant Referees located on each half of the field. Referee signals and information covered here will open your eyes as to how hard it is to referee a soccer game.
The referee signals for an advantage by extending both arms in front of his body, palms facing up. If the advantage foul warrants a card, the referee will issue it to the offending player in the next dead ball. The advantage signal is made when the referee sees a violation but allows play to continue.
See the referee show advantage by pointing forward after foul play. The referee puts out both of their arms parallel in front of them, pointing towards the goal of the team that has the advantage. It's important to note that the referee does not blow the whistle for this signal. 
by the referee, then return the flag to the side.) Stop play — Offside (Assistant referee should indicate he/she has seen an offside with the right arm.) Foul (1 . Hold the flag vertically until acknowledged by the referee; 2. Wave flag 3. Point the flag in the direction where the free kick will take place.) Offside free kick (When the referee
Watch for other signals . A referee who points at the goal with his arm pointed straight, parallel to the ground, is signaling for a goal kick. A referee who points at the corner flag with his arm pointed upward is signaling for a corner kick. Watch for goal signals . There are no official signals for a goal.
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Referee signals Direct Free Kick - Pointing one hand and arm indicating the direction. Indirect Free Kick - The referee holds one hand straight in the air until the ball is played. Goal Kick - The referee points in the direction of the goal. Play on (Advantage) - Holds both arms out in front with palms up.
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