Minor violation such as high kick that could cause injury to another player.
Any action that could result in danger or injury to the player or another player. Dangerous play could include a raised ball, am illegal tackle or playing the ball while lying on the ground.
An action on the field ruled by the referee that could cause an injury; will at minimum draw an indirect free kick but could also draw a yellow or red card for the offending player.
Any play, action or movement that puts an opponent, a teammate or yourself in a position where you may get injured.
Any action or movement that puts another player or yourself in a potentially injurious situation
An action that could result in injury to any player, including the player performing the action. It includes an illegal tackle, a raised ball, and playing the ball while lying on the ground.
Any play which could cause injury.
Law 10 - Foul play
when a player attempts a play that the referee considers dangerous to that player or others, even if no contact is made.
an action on the field ruled by the referee that will likely cause an injury; will at minimum draw a yellow card but could draw a red card for the offending player.
A referee will make this call when a play is considered dangerous to one's self or to someone else; for example, when an attacker attempts to kick the ball out of the goalkeeper's hands. Usually a minimum of a yellow card is drawn for the offending player.
When a player attempts a play that the referee considers dangerous to that player or others, such as kicking the ball when another player is already playing it with his head.