Tie Breaking

BL 9.6.3.1 If two (2) teams shall have equal points, further classification
shall be established as follows:
BL 9.6.3.1.1 The team winning the game between them shall be placed
higher.
BL 9.6.3.1.2 If the game between them was tied, then the results against
the highest placed team(s) in the group shall be considered.
BL 9.6.3.1.3 The first comparison shall be based on goal difference, and if
still tied, then based on goals scored.
BL 9.6.3.1.4 The comparison shall be made first compared to the highest
placed team (or teams, if tied) in the group.
BL 9.6.3.1.5 If still tied, the results against the next highest placed team (or
teams, if tied) shall be used in succession until all results have been considered.
BL 9.6.3.1.6 If still tied, the teams shall shoot penalty shots to determine
which team shall be placed higher. Each team shall nominate five (5) players
and a goalkeeper who will participate in the penalty shoot out. The team shall
shoot five (5) penalty shots at the goal of the other team, alternating shots. If a
tie exists after each team has taken five (5) shots, then teams shall take sets of
alternate shots until one team scores and the other does not. The procedure shall
be conducted following the final game of the round or at the first practical
opportunity.
BL 9.6.3.1.7 If there is more than one tie in a group, the highest placed tie
shall be determined first.
BL 9.6.3.1.8 If it is the situation where there is more than one tie in a group
and it is not possible to determine the highest placed team then all results within
the group shall be used to determine the highest placed team.
BL 9.6.3.2 If three (3) or more teams shall have equal points, further
classification shall be established as follows:
BL 9.6.3.2.1 The results among the tied teams shall determine which team
is placed highest.
BL 9.6.3.2.2 If, at any time during the application of the procedure set out
in this BL 9.6.3.2, the highest placed team is determined and the number of tied
teams is reduced to two (2), then BL 9.6.3.1 shall be used to determine which of
the two (2) remaining teams is placed higher.
BL 9.6.3.2.3 The comparison shall be made first, upon the points of the
games among the tied teams, second, the goal difference, and third, based upon
goals scored.
BL 9.6.3.2.4 If still tied, the games played against the highest placed team
(or teams, if tied) shall be considered.
BL 9.6.3.2.5 The first comparison shall be based on goal difference, and if
still tied, then based on goals scored.
BL 9.6.3.2.6 If still tied, the results against the next highest placed team (or
teams, if tied) shall be used in succession until all results have been considered.
BL 9.6.3.2.7 If still tied, the teams shall shoot penalty shots to determine
which team shall be placed highest. Each team shall nominate five (5) players
and a goalkeeper who will participate in the penalty shoot out. Each team shall
shoot five (5) penalty shots at its opponent’s goal in alternate succession. The
first team shall take its first penalty shot and then each other team shall take its
first penalty shot, etc. If a tie shall exist after that procedure, the teams shall then
take sets of alternate shots until one team misses and the other(s) score. The
procedure shall be conducted following the final game of the round or at the first
practical opportunity.
BL 9.6.3.2.8 If there is more than one tie in a group, the highest placed tie
shall be determined first.

*Fuente: FINA Water Polo Guide 2009-2013

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