when an offensive player runs into a defender who has established position; this is an offensive foul
Skating, jumping or charging violently into an opposing player (2,5).
Taking more than three strides before deliberately checking an opponent.
A personal foul committed when an offensive player illegally contacts a defensive player who has established position or is stationary.
Use of the shoulder of a defending player in order to dispossess the ball of an attacking player- the only time deliberate body contact is allowed in soccer.
Taking two or more steps before body checking an opponent. Normally incurs a minor penalty, but a major penalty if blood is drawn or a serious injury results.
Foul called when an offensive player runs over a defender who has established position. Results in a turnover and one personal foul.
a method of unbalancing the player who has possession, or is attempting to gain possession of the ball. The maneuver of using a "shoulder" (actually from elbow up to and including the shoulder) against an opponent’s shoulder to gain an advantage; permissible only when the ball is playable (i.e. within 3 feet).
Skating three strides or more and crashing into an opponent. Illegal and calls for a penalty.
A violation in which an offensive player runs into a stationary opponent.
Charging is deemed to have been committed if, in taking two steps or strides, a player runs, jumps into, or charges into an opponent, or body-checks or pushes an opponent from behind.
minor penalty which occurs when a player makes a deliberate move of more than two steps when body checking an opponent; if serious injury is caused or blood is drawn it becomes a major penalty.
An infraction in which a player deliberately checks another player after taking more than two strides or steps.
Occurs when a player charges, barges, shoulders or backs into an opponent, or pushes with the hand or body.
An offensive foul, which occurs when an offensive player runs into a defender who has established position.
The initiation of contact with an opposing player. Not all charges are illegal. Law 12
Identifies the act of taking more than two steps or strides to contact an opposing player.
an offensive foul committed when a player runs into a defender who is standing still or not moving.