The equipment is placed on the field as indicated in image number 1.
The players are positioned on the field as indicated in image number 2.
When the instructor blows the whistle, the referee begins to perform the exercise as indicated in the numerical sequence.
When the referee crosses the halfway line, the instructor makes another signal to the players with the whistle so that they can start the action.
In one half of the field, the players create a mass confrontation situation inside the penalty area. In the other half of the field, the mass confrontation occurs at a restart of play.
Once the action is finished, the referee cools down for the indicated time and performs the same exercise in the opposite direction.
The two groups of referees start the action at the sound of the whistle.
The referee starts the exercise from cone nº 1 with a backwards run (10 m) to agility pole nº 1, followed by a slalom run between the five agility poles placed 2 metres from each other, and continues with a leftwards side run (10 m) to cone nº 2. He finishes with a forward run, passing between the two cones on the halfway line towards the decision-making area.
The referee runs to where the situation is developing. He should be proactive in an attempt to prevent an escalation of the situation. However, where appropriate, disciplinary sanctions must be issued in accordance with the Laws of the Game.
The referee handles the situation in a proactive manner. He anticipates the confrontation and interacts with the players in a smart, confident, firm and respectful way.
The referee acts very proactively and chooses the best dynamic position to handle the situation. He uses the appropriate distance and logical order and makes firm gestures in well-defined directions for the correct time and timing. At the same time, by using his central line and moving his arms, he avoids any mass confrontations. He also avoids at all times being in the middle of the conflict surrounded by players.
In one half of the field a mass confrontation situation is created inside the penalty area.
In the other half, a mass confrontation situation follows the award of a throw-in, corner kick or free kick.
The players repeatedly and ostensibly try to avoid the restart of the play (with throws-in or free kicks), or they to provoke confrontations (such as a fight for the ball inside the goal following a scored goal, etc.).
The instructor blows the whistle at 30 second intervals, coordinates the groups taking part in the exercise and controls the execution of the exercise technique.
The instructor takes up a position that will best allow him to correctly evaluate the exercise and make relevant observations.
The instructor checks that both the verbal language and the non-verbal language comply with the main purpose of the exercise and makes the relevant corrections.
The instructor checks that the referee controls the following concepts: direction, time length, timing, order, distance and mass confrontation.