1 ...the battle continues Welcome! Hagerstown Area Youth Soccer League (HAYSL) is pleased to invite you and your team to participate in The 2017 Antietam Cup. This tournament is an AYSO sanctioned event, and only registered AYSO players can participate. This tournament is also a team roster tournament. Teams must present eayso team rosters at registration. This means that at least 70% of your team shall have played together on a recreational tem, during the regular season. No select, extended play, secondary play, travel or all-star teams are allowed. Teams cannot be formed by try outs. In order to ensure a quality tournament experience is had by all who participate, we will be limiting the number of teams in each division. It is for this reason that I encourage you to act on this opportunity without delay. Last year we had to turn away teams because of how quickly the tournament filled up. The following are some brief details about the tournament: WHERE: Hagerstown Fairgrounds Park WHEN: June 10-11, 2017 DIVISIONS: AYSO Sectional Invitational U-10 Boys/Girls 7v7, 10 player team roster U-12 Boys/Girls 9v9, 13 player team roster U-14 Boys/Girls 11v11, 15 player team roster U-16 Boys/Girls 11v11, 18 player team roster U-19 Boys/Girls 11v11, 18 player team roster GAMES: FORMAT: AWARDS: All teams will play 3 games minimum unless there is a no-show or forfeit Teams will partake in a round robin format to determine standings. Scoring during the round robin competition will determine what teams that will advance to the bracket playoff. All participants will receive a commemorative medal. Trophies will be awarded to the first and second place team in each division. The coach and assistant coach of the first place team in each division will receive a Championship Plaque. ENTRY FEES: $ per team (U10 division) and $ per team (all other divisions) plus a $ Referee Deposit (Volunteer Deposit for HAYSL teams) REFEREES: Each referee must do a minimum of 5 games. Each referee will receive a tournament shirt. Referee deposits will be returned by mail after the tournament. There is a pretournament meeting for referees on Friday evening. Details for the meeting can be found on the Antietam Cup website. While it is not required that the referees attend the meeting, in order to conduct a successful tournament it is very important that they do attend. PAYMENT: Checks are made payable to HAYSL Antietam Cup. DEADLINES: The deadline for submitting your entry is May 27, Again, this tournament is a first-come, first serve basis, so please don t delay. To be considered, your entry must include all of the following: Fully completed team registration form. Fully completed team roster, approved and signed by your Regional Commissioner A separate check in the amount of $150.00/$ as your tournament fee. Fully completed referee registration form (volunteer form for HAYSL teams) A separate check in the amount of $ as your referee deposit (volunteer deposit for HAYSL teams).
2 NOTE: All required forms along with the rules and regulations are available at the tournament web site. CONTACT INFORMATION: Tournament Director Sean Marriner Tournament Referee Coordinator Warren Johnson Web Site: The completed applications must be received and reviewed by the Tournament Committee prior to official acceptance for participation in The 2017 Antietam Cup. A $75 late fee will be charged for late entries. Letters of acceptance will be ed to those teams on or before May 27, 2017 Teams that withdraw their participation prior to May 27, 2017 will be returned their entry fee and referee deposit. Any team that withdraws from The 2017 Antietam Cup after letters of acceptance have been ed will forfeit their entry fee. Team rosters (eayso team rosters) must be presented at registration where review of required forms (Emergency Authorization Form) and information will take place. A team's failure to complete the registration process as prescribed will be disqualified from participation in the tournament and forfeits their participation fee. We look for this to be a very fun and competitive event. On behalf of the Antietam Cup Tournament Committee, I would like to thank you for your consideration in our tournament. Sincerely, Sean Marriner Tournament Director
3 Hagerstown, MD June 10-11, 2017 The Tournament participation fee of $ (U10 division) or $ (all other divisions) plus a $ Referee Deposit (Volunteer Deposit for HAYSL teams) must accompany this form along with the Team Registration form filed by the requesting team and the team roster. Checks are to be made payable to: HAYSL Antietam Cup. There should be a separate check for both the fee and the deposit per team entered. There is a $75 late fee for applications received after May 27 th. The completed applications must be received and reviewed by the Tournament Committee prior to official acceptance for participation in The 2017 Antietam Cup. Letters of acceptance and tournament information will be ed to those teams on or before May 27, Teams that withdraw their participation prior to May 27, 2017 will be returned their entry fee and referee deposit. Any team that withdraws from The 2017 Antietam Cup after letters of acceptance have been ed will forfeit their entry fee. Teams not accepted will have their participation fee mailed no later than June 7, 2017 Referee Deposits will be mailed no later than June , provided the referee was present and officiated his/her assigned games. Refunds will not be given to teams that fail to register in accordance with the rules of the tournament. Refunds will be issued less any direct tournament costs for reasons of entire cancellation of the tournament due to circumstances outside the control of the Tournament Director and/or the Tournament Committee. The Tournament Director must receive a completed tournament application, team roster and appropriate participation fee and deposit by May 27, 2017 in order to be considered for participation in the 2017 Antietam Cup. Please do not send these by USPS certified mail. This causes a lengthy trip to the post office to pick it up. The emergency Authorization Forms will be turned in when your team checks in for the tournament. Late applicants to the tournament will be contacted and considered on an as needed basis or placed on a waiting list. Special requests will be considered by the Tournament Committee but not necessarily granted. Team Name: Affiliated AYSO Region: AYSO Regional Commissioner Name: AYSO Regional Commissioner Signature of Team Official Date Mail to: Sean Marriner The 2017 Antietam Cup, Tournament Director, 309 Beaver Creek Road, Hagerstown, MD 21740
4 Team Registration Form Age Group: U - Co-Ed/Boys: Girls: AYSO Affiliated Region: Team Name: Team City: State: Team Uniform Primary Colors: Coach s Name: Phone #: Address: Required Referee Name that Team is Providing: Address: Phone #: Note: HAYSL registered teams will be required to furnish a complete volunteer form included in this package) Team Prior Tournament Play Experience: Yes No Special Needs or Requests: Return completed form to: Sean Marriner The 2017 Antietam Cup, Tournament Director 309 Beaver Creek Road, Hagerstown, MD Upon receipt and approval by the tournament committee, a Letter of Acceptance will be ed to the indicated coach.
5 Tournament Player Roster June 10-11, 2017 Team Name: Region Playing From: Coach s Name: Address: State: Zip: Phone #: ( ) - Cell Phone #: ( ) - Team Colors: (Shirt/Jersey): (Shorts): (Socks): Division Playing: U-10 (10 players) U-12 (13 players) U-14 (15 players) U-16 (18 players) U-19 (18 players) Girls: Boys/Coed : COACHES AND ASSISTANT COACHES: All Coaches and assistant Coaches must be currently registered. Coaches must have completed AYSO Safe Haven and AYSO Concussion Awareness training. Coaches and assistant coaches must be Coach certified at the level they are coaching. U10 Coaches and Assistant Coaches U10 Coach Certified U12 Coaches and Assistant Coaches U12 Coach Certified U14 Coaches and Assistant Coaches Intermediate Coach Certified U16 and U19 Coaches and Assistant Coaches Advanced Coach Certified Attach to this form an eayso team roster printout. Regional Commissioner: Print Name Signature (Blue or Red) Ink NOTE: I attest this is a regular season roster team with and at least 70% of the team played together during the regular season. This team is not a select, extended play, secondary play, travel or all-star team. No try outs were held to form this team. The coach and assistant coaches are certified at the level they are coaching. Players on teams from different regions must have a signed letter from their home AYSO Regional Commissioner. Form must have the full name, address, & phone # s for the team s home Regional Commissioner. Regional Commissioner s signature must be in either BLUE or RED ink only on the Official Roster. Address: City: State: Zip: Phone#: ( ) - Date signed:
6 EMERGENCY TREATMENT AUTHORIZATION In case of an emergency, treatment and / or care of is authorized at any hospital. Player s name Name: Phone: Relationship: Alternate Phone: Address: signature date If I cannot be reached during an emergency, I authorize you to contact the following person to act on my behalf. Name: Phone: Relationship: Alternate Phone: Address: Medical History 1. Does the child have any known allergies? Yes or No, if yes please list below: 2. Is the child taking any prescription medication? Yes or No, if yes please list the medications: 3. Does the child have any history of respiratory illness? Yes or No, if yes please explain: 4. Please list any existing medical conditions: 5. Date of Last Tetanus Shot: Insurance carrier: policy#: If you wish a family doctor to be contacted in case of an emergency, please indicate the name and phone number:
7 Antietam Cup Referee Information Form I plan to bring a referee team to the tournament Y/N: Referee Information Form Date: Region: Team Name: Coach Name: Age Division: U-10 U-12 U-14 U-16 U-19 Boys Girls Coed Provide the following information for each referee. For Badge Level, insert R = Regional, I = Intermediate, A = Advanced, N = National. In each box under Center/Assistant/Boys/Girls, provide the highest level they are comfortable to referee (e.g. BU-10, GU-12) In Player on Team, indicate if the referee has a child who is playing in the tournament on this team. Please also indicate whether the referee is a youth or adult. Referee Name Youth or Adult Badge Level Center Assistant Player on Team Boys Girls Boys Girls (Y/N) Home Phone/ Regional Referee Administrator s Name Phone Number By my signature below, I certify that all referees listed are certified AYSO referees and qualified as shown above. RRA Signature and date There is a pretournament meeting for referees on Friday evening. Details for the meeting can be found on the Antietam Cup website. While it is not required that the referees attend the meeting, in order to conduct a successful tournament it is very important that they do attend. Antietam Cup Referee From Page 1 of 1
8 Antietam Cup Volunteer Information Form Required by HAYSL Teams Only. Team Name Coach Name: Age Division: U-10 U-12 U-14 U-16 U-19 Boys Girls Coed Each HAYSL team is required to provide volunteer help during the tournament. The minimum requirements are shown below. Your tournament application will not be considered complete without this information. Setup on Friday, this can be done by one or more people (6 hours required) Field Marshal 4 games, can be own games or others. Can be done by multiple volunteers Concession help minimum 4 hours required (Shifts are two hours long) Grill help (1 hour required) Teardown and clean up on Sunday evening, this can be done by one or more people. (6 hours required) Volunteer Name Field Set-up on Friday (6 hours) Field Marshal (4 Games Required) Concession Help (2 hours) Grill (1 hour) Field tear down on Sunday evening (6 hours) Cell Phone/ Coach Name Phone Number Antietam Cup Volunteer From Page 1 of 1
9 LAWS OF THE GAME: All AYSO matches are played in accordance with the FIFA Laws of the Game and the AYSO National Rules and Regulations. FAIRGROUNDS AND PANGBORN PARKS: The Fairgrounds and Pangborn parks are smoke free parks, smoking is not permitted. Dogs are not permitted at the Fairgrounds or Pangborn Parks. TEAM ELIGIBILITY AND REGISTRATION: Competition is open to any and all AYSO registered players and teams affiliated with their appropriate AYSO region. Team may be composed of a maximum participant roster of 18 players (U-19), 18 players (U- 16), 15 players (U-14), 13 players (U-12), and 10 players (U-10), where all team players/members are registered as players with their respective AYSO region/league. Team s eligible to play are regular season roster teams with at least 60% of the team played together during the regular season. No guest players outside of AYSO will be allowed to participate in this AYSO event. No select, extended play or all-star teams will be allowed to participate in this event. A player may be rostered to play on one team only per division for the duration of this tournament. Proper medical release forms (provided by the event) and a completed roster forms with appropriated AYSO player form documentation or player AYSO ID # Card must be presented at the designated registration period. The Tournament Director must receive the following by May 27, 2017 to be considered for this tournament. 1. A completed Team Application for Participation form 2. Tournament participation fee of $ or $ (depending upon the division) plus the $ Referee Deposit (Volunteer Deposit for HAYSL teams). These should be separate checks. 3. The contact information (name, and cell phone) for the team s certified center referee, and 4. Appropriate Team contact information 5. Completed Volunteer Form (HAYSL teams only) Team and Player registration will be held at the Tournament Fields beginning at 7:00 am Saturday June 10th, and again at 7:00am on Sunday June 11th. Any team that fails to complete all registrations steps 1 hour prior to the beginning of their first schedule match will be disqualified from the tournament. Any team that withdraws from the tournament after having been accepted and placed in an appropriate flight will not be refunded their team s entry/participation fee regardless of the circumstances. PLAYER ELIGIBILITY: In order to participate in this AYSO sectional tournament, the team representative must present an eayso approved Team Roster and the signed registration form signed by either the Regional Commissioner or the Registrar. A team representative must be able to furnish the player and team eligibility forms, the tournament medical treatment authorization releases completed for each player assigned to the team, contacts for all players participating when requested by a tournament official or in case of an emergency. The Tournament will have trained medical EMTs and/or medical personnel available on site. They will furnish all the first aid material and equipment.
10 The tournament is limited to the following age groups: Age Group Born on or After: U 19 August 1, 1997 U 16 August 1, 2000 U 14 August 1, 2002 U 12 August 1, 2004 U 10 August 1, 2006 Failure to meet any of these above referenced requirements will render a player ineligible to participate in the tournament. Any team using an ineligible player will forfeit all matches and will be disqualified from receiving any tournament awards. PLAYER EQUIPMENT: All players and teams participating in the tournament must meet the following equipment requirements: 1. Appropriate soccer shoes 2. Appropriate shin guards worn by all players under the players socks 3. No jewelry, earnings, necklaces or any other type of body jewelry will be permitted 4. If Jersey colors are identical and a conflict occurs, the team designated as the home team will be required to wear pinnies provided by the tournament. The center referee of the match will determine if a jersey change will be required 5. Jerseys without sleeves will be allowed Referees scheduled to officiate the match will check all players prior to the start of play. The referee will have final say concerning any violations and/or acceptance of equipment for each player. COACHES AND ASSISTANT COACHES: All Coaches and assistant Coaches must be currently registered. Coaches must have completed AYSO Safe Haven and AYSO Concussion Awareness training. Coaches and assistant coaches must be Coach certified at the level they are coaching. U10 Coaches and Assistant Coaches U12 Coaches and Assistant Coaches U14 Coaches and Assistant Coaches U16 and U19 Coaches and Assistant Coaches U10 Coach Certified U12 Coach Certified Intermediate Coach Certified Advanced Coach Certified TEAM FIELD POSITION: Each team s players, coaches, parents, fans, and spectators will be assigned opposite sides of the playing field. The side assigned to the players and coaches will be divided into two areas. Each teams participating in the match will be assigned to ONE (1) half of that side. This area will be clearly marked. At no time should players or coaches cross the halfway line into the other team s area. Parents, fans, and spectators will be required to occupy the opposite side of the field during the entire duration of play. All non-participating players, coaches, and spectators will be required to remain between the 18 yard line markers that will be clearly marked 3 yards from the touch lines. Coaches are to remain in the designated technical areas. No one will be allowed to stand or loiter in the areas behind the goal lines at any time during the conduct of play. Persons are expected to vacate that area quickly and quietly during a match. Failure to maintain clear site lines during the match may result in the team loosing one (1) tournament point. Coaches and/or other team officials, players, and spectators may not enter the field of play at any time unless requested or allowed by the referee conducting the match.
11 PLAYER, COACH, and/or SPECTATOR BEHAVIOR: All coaches, parents, fans, and spectators are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with the spirit of play as well as the letter of the Laws of the Game and this tournament. Referees have been specifically instructed to run the matches according to this spirit of play and will act accordingly. Any dissent from coaches, and/or parents, fans and spectators will not be tolerated. An official warning will be issued for a first offense, and expulsion from the area will be given for any second offenses. Teams will loose one (1) tournament point for an official warning to a player or coach and three (3) tournament points for an expulsion of player or coach. Players are encouraged to play all matches with intensity and desire. However, unnecessary physical play, particularly with the intent to cause injury, will not be tolerated. Players will be cautioned or sent off as appropriate. Coaches are responsible for the actions of the team, its parents, and its spectators, and the identifications of such in the result of a warning, or expulsion from the area. The Tournament Director reserves the right to terminate the participation of a team in the tournament if the behavior of the players, coaches, parents, fans, and/or spectators associated with the team creates an atmosphere in which a match or matches cannot be completed within the spirit of and the letter of the laws. In this case, NO refund of the tournament fee will be granted. If any player is sent off the field of play (dismissed via 2 yellow cards or 1 red card) or if any coach is expelled from the area by a referee for any reason, that player is ineligible to participate in the remainder of the match and may not participate in the next match, whether the match is on the same or next day of the tournament. The referee will provide the information to the Field Marshall and Tournament Director. The player who has been sent-off during the course of play may not be substituted for during the remaining current match. START and DURATION of PLAY: All teams must be present at the designated field for their match a minimum of 10 minutes prior to the commencement of that scheduled match. A referee will do inspections of all team players at the designated location at each field. If a team fails to present itself appropriately for inspections and review in a timely manner, the team will be declared ineligible to participate and the referee will register a forfeit with the Tournament Scoring official. The minimum number of eligible players required to participate in any match is 7 for an 11 v 11 match, 6 for a 9 v 9 match and 5 for a 7 v 7 match. Any team failing to present the minimum number of eligible players regardless of the circumstances involved will also be registered with a forfeit for the match. A forfeit shall be recorded by the Tournament Scoring Official as a 3 0 win in favor of the opposing team, and registered with a * designation on the scorer s board. All matches will consist of 2 equal halves with a 1-minute substitution break approximately midway through the first half and approximately midway through the second half of the game. There will be a 3-minute break for the half. U 10 will play 20-minute half U 12 will play 22-minute half U 14 will play 24-minute half U 16 will play 26-minute half U 19 will play 28-minute half The official match time will be kept on the field by the referee. Referees will only add on time in the event of a severe injury or the taking of a penalty kick.
12 GAME BALL and SIZE: The tournament shall provide the official game ball for each match. Game balls will remain in the possession of the referee at all times. The size of the ball for each division shall be: U -10 size #4 U -12 size #4 U -14 size #5 U -16 size #5 U -19 size #5 SUBSTITUTIONS: Player substitutions will only be allowed at the designated quarter breaks, (approximately midway in the half) or otherwise allowed by the referee during a stoppage of play for an injury. Players sent off for misconduct infractions will not be allowed to continue and no substitution for the sent off player shall be allowed for the duration of that match. INCLEMENT WEATHER: Regardless of weather conditions, players and coaches must be on the field at the scheduled playing time of the match ready to play, unless notified by a member of the Tournament Committee. Failure to appear will result in forfeiture. A Tournament Official or Field Marshall (as directed by a tournament official) may modify a scheduled start time for any match or reduce the scheduled match length due to the weather conditions prior to the start of the match. All such adjusted matches will be considered official and counted in the scoring. Referees are the only officials that can stop a match already underway due to weather conditions upon a consultation with the Field Marshall (as directed by a tournament official), who will make the final determination. Such matches that have been in progress for more than 50% of the scheduled time shall be considered official. Matches not considered official would be replayed in their entirety when and if they are rescheduled. Canceled games will be treated as a 0-0 tie. PROTESTS: No protests of any kind will be entertained nor tolerated. REFEREES: All Referees must be certified and currently registered. A three-referee system will be used for all matches. Referees are expected to referee in full uniform with gold being the primary jersey color. There is a pretournament meeting for referees on Friday evening. Details for the meeting can be found on the Antietam Cup website. While it is not required that the referees attend the meeting, in order to conduct a successful tournament it is very important that they do attend. SCORE REPORTING: A Field Marshall will collect the official game score card from the referee once it has been signed by winning coach at the completion of every match. The Field Marshall shall ensure that each scorecard has been properly completed and that signatures from the referee and the coach are visible. In the event of a tie, both coaches will be requested to sign the scorecard. The Field Marshall shall deliver each scorecard to the Tournament Scoring Official that will post each score and the appropriate points earned in each match, and note any cautions, yellow cards, red cards, and/or dismissals that were administered to either team by the referee during the match.
13 TOURNAMENT SCORING: For purposes of determining standings within each age division, the following scoring rules will be applied and posted by the Tournament Scoring Official. 1. Divisional Game Win Three (3) points earned for the winning team 2. Divisional Game Tie One (1) point for each team from the match 3. Goals Scored One (1) point for each goal scored with a maximum of 3 per game. 4. Each Yellow Card issued to a team regardless of the outcome Minus one (1) point each 5. Each RED Card issued to a team regardless of the outcome Minus three (3) points each 6. Coach, parent or spectator given an official warning by the referee minus one (1) point. 7. Coach, parent, or spectator expelled minus three (3) points. For any division of less than eight (8) participating teams a single flight will be established and all teams will play a round robin format of 3 matches. The top two (2) teams by means of points earned will advance to the championship match to determine the of 1 st and 2 nd place awards. In the event of a points tie upon the completion of the round robin format, the determination of the top two (2) teams will be decided by the format listed below. For any division with eight (8) participating teams, each team will be placed in a four- (4) team flight, and will play a round robin format of 3 matches. The winner of each flight will play one (1) championship game for the determination of 1 st and 2 nd place awards. In the event of a points tie upon completion of the round robin format, the determination of the top two (2) teams, one from each flight, will be determined by the format listed below. For any division with more than eight (8) participating teams, the flights will be broken up into two flights and a round robin format of three (3) matches will determine the standings in each flight. In the event of a points tie upon completion of the round robin format, the determination of the top two (2) teams, one from each flight, will be determined by the format listed below. The format used to break a point s tie during round robin play will be as follows: 1. Head to Head competition where applicable 2. Least goals allowed during round robin format 3. Most shutouts achieved during round robin format 4. The number of Yellow or Red Cards received (lower number advances) 5. A shoot out prior to establishing the top team The decision and determination of the top teams is the responsibility of the Tournament Scoring Official and the Tournament Director.
14 MATCHES that END in a DRAW: During divisional play there will be no overtime period and the match will be scored appropriately. If a championship, semifinal, quarterfinal or playoff match remains a draw at the end of regulation play, the teams will be given a half break of five (5) minutes, proceed to the field and commence an additional 8 minute quarter of play until one (1) team scores. If, at the end of the first overtime period, the score remains tied, the teams will be given a break of three (3) minutes where upon the players on the field is reduced by one (1) and a 2 nd 8 minute quarter of play commences. If after both overtime periods the score remains tied, the determination of the champion shall be done by kicks from the penalty mark under the following format. 1. The referee shall determine the goal where all kicks are to be taken by both teams 2. A coin toss will determine who will take the first kick, the winner may chose to go last 3. Each team will have the opportunity to take five (5) kicks at the opponents keeper 4. If before the 2 nd team attempts all five (5) kicks the resulting goals by the 1 st team is greater than those attempts remaining the shoot ends 5. If after BOTH teams attempt five (5) shots and BOTH teams scored the same amount of goals, the process begins again. Teams will alternate taking one shot per team until one team scores and unanswered goal If a team is playing short due to a send off that player is considered a miss. 6. Each kick shall be taken by a different player, and not until all eligible players of each team, including the goalkeeper, have taken a kick, may a player of the same team take a second or subsequent kick 7. Only players who were on the field of play at the end of the overtime quarter(s) shall be eligible to take part in the shootout. A goalkeeper, who sustains an injury during the shootout and who, because of the injury, is unable to continue as the goalkeeper may be replaced by a substitute from off the field. 8. Any eligible player may change places with the goalkeeper at any time during the shootout 9. Other than the player taking the kick and the goalkeeper defending it, no one is allowed to interfere or otherwise obstruct the kick. All other eligible players shall remain within the center circle of the field during the shootout 10. The kick may not commence until a signal to do so is given by the officiating referee 11. The kicker may not play the ball twice during any kick 12. In the event of failing light, and after one round of the shootout, no winner has been decided; the combined number of goals scored throughout the tournament shall determine the champion. The team that has the highest number of combined goals shall be decreed the champion of that division. DISCLAIMER: The Tournament Director, members of the tournament committee, the HAYSL soccer program, and all owners of the fields for which play is partaken will not be responsible for any expenses incurred by any team, player, coach, parent, fan, or spectator, nor will they be liable for any injury to any player, coach, parent, fan, or spectator that may result from the participation in, travel to and from, or viewing of any game throughout the duration of the tournament. REFUNDS: If weather conditions or any other matter outside the control of the tournament director and/or the tournament committee forces the complete cancellation of the tournament prior to the commencement or during the running of the tournament, refunds of the teams entry fee will be provided. Refunds will not be made for teams ejected or removed from participation from the tournament. The Tournament Director reserves the right to decide on all matters pertaining to the conduct and administration of the tournament and its participants. The judgment issued by the tournament director shall be deemed final.
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1. TOURNAMENT/CLUB HEADQUARTERS West Pines Classic Kickoff/West Pines United FC PO Box 821443 Pembroke Pines, FL 33082 2. US SOCCER PLAYER DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES The West Pines Kickoff Classic will incorporate
32th Annual Gaylord Sheppard Memorial Soccer Tournament Presented by the New Mexico Rush & Duke City Soccer League RULES OF COMPETITION ELIGIBILITY THE 32nd Annual Gaylord Sheppard Memorial Soccer Tournament
TOURNAMENT HOST AND HEADQUARTERS Virginia Legacy Soccer Club 109 Bulifant s Drive Suite A Williamsburg, VA 23188 Tournament Headquarters- Warhill Sports Complex 5700 Warhill Trail Williamsburg, VA 23188
SOUTH JERSEY GIRLS SOCCER LEAGUE 2017-2018 Fact Sheet FIFA Laws of the Game apply except as noted herein or as provided for in the relevant league rules NO PASS, NO GAME DAY ROSTER, NO PLAY NO EXCEPTIONS
COPA DEL SALA TOURNAMENT INFORMATION The rules of this tournament shall be in accordance with USYF, FIFA, and USSSA except as modified and approved herein. TOURNAMENT DIRECTORS: Derek Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
MICHIGAN STATE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION 2012 US YOUTH SOCCER MICHIGAN STATE CUP, SPONSORED BY PEMMICAN COMPETITION RULES 1. Format (U13-U18 age groups) a. The MSYSA State Cup will have four distinct rounds
RULES: National Cup XVII Updated 11/16/2017 1. ELIGIBILITY AND APPLICATION The National Cup XVII is a restricted tournament open only to those teams in good standing that hold valid US Club Soccer passcards.
Speed Soccer Rules Except as designated below, NCAA rules will apply. Section #1 ELIGIBILITY 1. All players must meet the eligibility requirements of the USD Campus Recreation Department. a. Each player
MICHIGAN STATE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION 2014 JUNIOR STATE CUP COMPETITION RULES 1. Competition Dates a. All preliminary games must be played between MARCH 15, 2014 and MAY 4, 2014. However, should a particular
Bill Eisenwinter Hotshot Tournament Rules FIFA Laws of the Game apply with the following modifications Tournament Rules Team Check- in Local Teams Check- in Thursday 5pm - 7pm at Sting Office 420 E. Indiana
RULES: National Cup XVI 1. ELIGIBILITY AND APPLICATION The National Cup XVI is a restricted tournament open only to those teams in good standing that hold valid US Club Soccer passcards. Those teams that
1.0 Code of Conduct Youth Indoor Soccer League 1.01 All managers, coaches, players, parents and spectators are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner while attending RLAPD activities and
Updated: May 1, 2017 1. ELIGIBILITY AND APPLICATION. The National Premier Leagues (NPL) Finals is a restricted competition open to teams in good standing which hold valid US Club Soccer passcards and which
US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup Standards of Conduct Event Procedures Rules of the Competition Effective April 1, 2017 Standards of Conduct, Event Procedures and Rules of the Competition Page 1
FYSA Presidents Cup 2018 Rules and Regulations I. Administration A. Competition Committee 1. The FYSA Competition Committee will be tasked with the oversight and administration of the Presidents Cup Competition.
RONALDINHO CUP OF ATLANTA 4/28 4/30 2017 RULES AND REGULATIONS RULES OF PLAY FIFA Laws of the Game shall apply as modified as described herein. Tournament Info The 1 st Ronaldinho Cup of Atlanta will consist
Alabama Soccer Association State Cup Rules & Procedures As of August 2017 I. Tournament Sanction and Officials The Alabama Division 1 & 2 State Championships is a tournament sanctioned and conducted annually
DESERT SUPER CUP RULES OF PLAY Important Contact Information All matters related to the tournament should be directed to the Tournament Director at email@example.com It is the responsibility of the
These Rules are intended to provide a framework for the operation of the Darlington Men s Sunday Night Recreational League. These guidelines have been established as a measure to minimize misunderstandings
CONCORD YOUTH SOCCER RULE BOOK FOR 2017 SEASON Page 1 CONCORD YOUTH SOCCER 2017 The following is a short explanation of CYS rules, and different individuals responsibilities. CYS applies the IHSAA soccer
Halloween Booot-Out 8 V 8 Soccer Rules Teams will be grouped in divisions based on age. Age groups with fewer than 3 teams will be combined with another age group. Equipment Size 4 ball will be used for
REVISED OCTOBER 2014 VIRGINIA BEACH PARKS AND RECREATION SPORTS MANAGEMENT/CITY-WIDE ATHLETICS 4001 DAM NECK ROAD VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23456 (757) 385-0458 VIRGINIA BEACH COMMUNITY LEAGUE YOUTH BASKETBALL
Orlando City Youth Soccer Tournament Series Rules-2017/18 TOURNAMENT HEADQUARTERS Tournament Headquarters will be located at the Seminole Soccer Complex, 1900 Seminole Soccer Loop, Sanford, FL 32771. Tanya
SOUTH TEXAS YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION PROPOSED RULE CHANGE #1 (One Change per Form, Please) ****************************************************************** SECTION I: ADD OR CHANGE A RULE Is there currently
COPA / COPITA TOURNAMENT RULES - 2018 CHECK-IN AND CREDENTIALS EVENT REGISTRATION: Each team is required to have their team paperwork submitted online prior to the tournament. Paperwork will have to up
MYSA General Rules and Regulations Applies to all age levels Equipment: (provided by player) 1. Soccer cleats or tennis shoe, no toe cleat and no metal cleats. 2. Shin Guards must be worn and covered by
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION 1.01 Name of League 1.02 Mission 1.03 League Status 1.04 Rules, Policies and Procedures 1.05 Team Gender Age Groups 1.06 Matter Not Provided For 1.07 Age Group Management 1.08 Site
Rules for Indoor Soccer Introduction The purpose of The Rules is simply to help players and spectators become familiar enough with the rules of indoor soccer to play or enjoy the game. Rule 1 - The Field
SUBURBAN FRIENDSHIP LEAGUE Guide to Referees SFL Guide to Referees - 1 - October 20, 2014 SFL Guide to Referees Contents SFL MODIFICATIONS TO FIFA LAWS 3 Law 3 The Number of Players 3 SFL Play-Down Rule
2017-2018 CYO SPORTS RULES CYO Soccer Sport Rules 2017-2018 CYO Sports Rules A. Divisions - Tot, Tiny, Pee Wee, Mite, Cub and Junior. Mixed Teams boys and girls on the same team. A. Eligibility - No player
ISC 2018 Bubble Blowout Tournament Rules FIFA RULES APPLY IF NOT MODIFIED WITHIN Goals: Approximately 5 feet wide x 3 1/2 high. We use small sided goals for the ISC Bubble Blowout. The goals are Pugg goals.
1 st Annual Battle On The Gorge Spring Kickoff Location: FCYSA Soccer Fields, Oak Hill WV (5 fields of play) Date: March 15 & 16 Schedules: U8-U12 Saturday the 15 th / U14-U18 Sunday the 16th Registration
2017 SOCCER RULES All CYO Soccer games will be played in accordance with the current rules of the National Federation of State High School Association except as noted herein. RULE I ELIGIBILITY Divisions
West Diablo CYO Complete Rules of Note (9/2/15) 1. All Play Rule: All healthy, uniformed players must play the minimum of a full continuous playing period during the first half (5 minutes). Each player
PRINCE GEORGE WOMEN S SOCCER ASSOCIATION RULES AND REGULATIONS General Management & Control 1 Amendments of General Rules & Regulations 2 PGWSA Appointed Positions 2 Complaints 2 Referees 2 Registration
Arlington Soccer Association PLAYING RULES 5 th and 6 th Grade GROUPS Edited September 2016 ASA PLAYING RULES 5TH AND 6TH GRADE GROUPS The following rules of play and additional instructions will apply
2016 NORTHEAST REGIONAL FUTSAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Hanover, Mass. JAN. 15-18, 2016 TOURNAMENT RULES The rules of this tournament shall be in accordance with U.S. Youth Futsal, FIFA, USSF, USSSA and the Massachusetts
Outdoor Soccer Play is governed by NFHS Soccer rules with the following modifications: 1. AREA OF PLAY 1. All Soccer matches will be played at the Intramural Fields with the below modifications to a regulation
Brevard SA Presents The Phoenix Cup 2017 TOURNAMENT RULES Tournament Headquarters: Fred Poppe Regional Park 1951 Malabar Rd. SW Palm Bay, FL 32908 The rules of this event shall be in accordance with USYSA/FYSA
Houston Club Sports Conference Rules & Regulations for Soccer Article I. Name Section 1. The name of the organization shall be the Houston Club Sports Conference (HCSC). Section 2. The web site address
Arlington Soccer Association PLAYING RULES 5 th and 6 th Grade GROUPS Edited Fall 2016 ASA PLAYING RULES 5TH AND 6TH GRADE GROUPS The following rules of play and additional instructions will apply to all
ILLINOIS YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION FUTSAL STATE CUP RULES 1. The Illinois Youth Soccer Futsal State Cup is a part of the U.S. Youth Soccer National Futsal Championships. The Team must fulfill all IYSA requirements
2016 Northern California Spring Showcase v. 2/27/2016.1 Playing Rules Questions during the tournament may be answered by any of the field marshals or by members of the tournament committee, who, if not
RULES OVERVIEW Players: 7 players on the field per team (including goalkeeper). Duration: Two 25-minute halves, Running Clock. Pasadena Adult Soccer League 2017 LAWS OF THE GAME All matches will be played
SIGNATURE LEAGUE RULES OF PLAY April 2017 CALIFORNIA STATE SOCCER ASSOCIATION-SOUTH Signature League Rules of Play Last updated April 2017 (Cal South/USYS/ USSF/FIFA Laws & Rules Apply EXCEPT as Modified
USTA LEAGUE NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT RULES OF PLAY (14) 1. REGULATIONS: The USTA Rules of Tennis (Friend At Court) and the Code will be observed during this event. USTA League Regulations, USTA
1.1 Introduction (a) In order to provide an environment under which the development of youth soccer players is maximized, an Inter District North Puget Sound League (hereafter known as the NPSL) has been
GAME PROCEDURES & RULES www.delcosoccer.org Page 1 of 5 v.09/01/2017 During the week before a game, it is the responsibility of the home team to contact the opposing team by Wednesday (at the latest) to