(of a player in certain sports) Occupying an illegal position on the field, in particular,
(of a player in certain sports) Occupying an illegal position on the field, in particular
Moving into the attacking zone ahead of the puck
Over the scrimmage line or otherwise ahead of the ball before the play has begun
In the attacking half ahead of the ball and having fewer than two defenders nearer the goal line at the moment the ball is played
In the attacking half of the field when there are fewer than three defenders nearer the goal line at the moment the ball is played
The fact or an instance of being offside
illegally beyond a prescribed line or area or ahead of the ball or puck; "the touchdown was nullified because the left tackle was offside"
(sport) the mistake of occupying an illegal position on the playing field (in football, soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, etc.)
illegally in advance of the ball or puck
Offside (آفساید) is a 2006 Iranian film about girls who try to watch a World Cup qualifying match but are forbidden by law because of their sex. Female fans are not allowed to enter football stadiums in Iran on the grounds that there will be a high risk of violence or verbal abuse against them. ...
Offside is a Swedish film from 2006, directed by Mårten Klingberg and starring Jonas Karlsson, Torkel Petersson, Ingvar Hirdwall, Göran Ragnerstam and Brendan Coyle.
Offside is a 2009 Australian romantic comedy written and directed by Gian Carlo Petraccaro (under the name Gian Carlo), and produced by Matthew Salleh at Urtext Film Productions.
Offside is Law XI in the publication Laws of the Game written by the IFAB and published by FIFA. The law states that, if a player is in an offside position when the ball is touched or played by a team mate, he may not become actively involved in the play. ...
There is currently no offside rule in field hockey. There were prior offside rules, rules that restricted the positioning of players from the attacking team in a way similar to the offside rule in soccer. The offside rules were changed as the rules of field hockey changed. ...
In American football and Canadian football, a penalty is a sanction called against a team for a violation of the rules, called a foul. Officials initially signal penalties by tossing a bright yellow colored "penalty flag" onto the field toward or at the spot of a foul. ...
An offside play; the right side of a road vehicle when facing in the same direction as the vehicle; In an illegal position ahead of the ball; To the side of the road, past the curb and sidewalk, e.g. an offside diner (restaurant. ...
An offsides is called when a player precedes the puck into the offensive zone as indicated by the blue line. When an offside occurs the referee stops play and the face off occurs outside the offensive zone. Offsides is not called in in-line hockey as there are no blue lines.
(Offsides) during rucks, scrums, lineouts, and mauls an imaginary line is present over which any player crossing before the set piece is completed committs a penalty.
(Offsides) Other sports, most notably soccer, also use the term "offsides," but in hockey terms, offsides means that an attacking player has entered the opposing team's offensive zone ahead of the puck. ...
(Offsides) is crossing the mid line early on a kickoff or shootout. Players may not cross the line on a kickoff until the ball has been played, or on a shootout until the referee’s whistle.
A player is offside when any part of his body is beyond his scrimmage or free kick line when the ball is snapped or kicked.
An infraction of the rule that requires both teams to be on their own side of their restraining line as or before the ball is put play. Offside is normally called on the defensive team during a scrimmage down and on the kicking team during free kick downs. ...
Violation in which a player moves into the neutral zone or beyond it before the ball is snapped to the quarterback. Also known as encroachment.
a difficult soccer rule.
beyond the second to last defender and involved in the play
The side opposite that on which the cutter must stand to fellor buck a tree.
The hardest thing to explain about the game of soccer. To be caught loitering between the goalkeeper and defense before the ball is passed to you is to be caught offside.
When a player leaves the zone on court which they are confined to. A free pass is awarded to the opposition.
(o/s) The side of the vehicle farthest away from the curb (when driving)
Unfavorably located. A card so placed that a finesse, if attempted, will lose.
A situation in which an attacker positioned in the opponents' half of the field does not have two opponents between him or herself and the goal at the moment the ball is played to him or her.