There are certain rules that player has to follow during match
i) Uniform of a KHO-KHO player includes Sports Shoes (free from any
metal part anywhere that may cause injury), Short and Vest (half
sleeves)/T-Shirt (for Men and Boys) or Shirt/T-Shirt (for Women and
Girls). Each player shall be numbered in front and back of his T-
Shirt/Shirt in solid color, constrasting with the color of T-Shirt/Shirt.
ii) The number shall be printed/stitched of size 10 cms. in length and 2
cms. in width at front and 20 cms. in length and 2 cms. in width on the
back. Contravention of the rule using lesser size will be treated as
misbehavior. The numbers shall be printed from 1 to 12. Players of the
same side shall neither wear duplicate numbers nor change numbers
during a Tournament/Championship (in case the nedd arises, Referee
can allow to change of T-Shirt/Shirt numbers). The manager shall
furnish the list of players with T-Shirt numbers to Scorer-1.
2. RIGHT AND DUTIES OF PLAYERS
i. All players must know the rules of the game and abide by the rules.
During the game, only captain of the team may address to the Referee and
shall be the spokesman for his players. He may also address the other
officials but only on matters concerning their duties.
3. CONDUCT OF PLAYERS, SUBSTITUTER, COACH & MANAGER
The manager, coach and substitutes shall sit in the place provided for them.
The following act are punishable:
i. Persistent addressing to officials concerning their decisions.
ii. Making derogatory remarks to officials.
iii. Committing actions tending to influence decisions of officials.
iv. Making derogatory acts or personal remarks to the opponents.
v. Making derogatory acts or personal remarks to the spectators.
vi. Deliberate coaching during the game from outside the Ground.
vii. Leaving the Play Field without permission of the Referee during the
match and before the declaration of the result.
viii. Referee shall take action according to the gravity of their offence.
i. For a minor offence, such a argument with the opponents, spectators
or officials and shouting etc. - a verbal warning shall be given by the
Referee. In case of repetition of the offence, a warning shall be given
by showing a Yellow Card.
ii. For a serious offence, the Referee may disqualify the concerned
players/manager/coach for rest of the match by showing a Red Card.
iii. If a player is shown Yellow Card twice in a match, he shall be forbidden
from the participation of rest of the match and for the next match also
of that particular tournament. If he is shown Yellow Card in 2 different
matches in a particular tournament, he shall be forbidden from the
particular for the next match to that particular tournament.
If a player is shown Red Card in match, he shall be forbidden from
participation for the rest of the match and for the next match also of
that particular tournament.