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Overview of the 5v5 Futsal Law of the Game
Thursday, October 27, 2016 7:32:31 PM

Overview of the Conquerors League Futsal Law of The Game & Gymnasium Rules/Regulations:
The Futsal Laws of the Game-- You Tube Videos:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL33C23DD68AFAEE6F&feature=em-share_playlist_user ? 5v5 – There are four field players and a goalie for each team. ? Size of Ball: U11 and younger may use a size #3 Futsal ball. U12 and older use a size #4 Futsal ball. ? We will use a Futsal ball size 4 (which has approximately 30% less bounce than a soccer ball)
? Minimum 3 players to play including the goalie and they have to have 3 players to start the game. ? Substitutions are made on the fly ? Floating Roster – (Guest Player: until the end of the 5th game which the roster freezes then) ? There are two 25 minute halves & one three minute half-time ? There are no throw-in, a kick-in is used instead. The player must place their hand on the ball, make sure the ball is not moving and then pass it to a teammate. ? A goal cannot be scored directly from a kick-in restart, it must touch at least one additional player before entering the goal to be counted. ? Opposing players must stand 5 feet (designated by light yellow line on the court) away for kick-in restarts. ? 5 feet away from kick-offs, corner kicks and free kicks. (5 feet is designated by light yellow line on the court). ? Players have 4 seconds to restart the game and if not the other team is awarded a free kick in that same spot.
? The substitute cannot come on until the ball is out of play and he has a referee's consent.
? Direct Free kick fouls are accumulative fouls. Each team is allowed only 5 fouls for entire team for entire half of the game. Starting with the 6th foul every Free Kick foul will become a penalty kick from the second penalty spot.
? Team benches must be on each team's goal side of halfway line. Teams and benches change positions at halftime. ? Futsal is a NON-Contact Sport. Slide Tackles are Not Allowed. (Slide tackle is an accumulative foul). ? No goal-kicks- Instead of goal kicks, the goalie throws the ball back into play ? The GK can play anywhere on the field and outside of their box, but they can only use their hands inside the designated area. ? We encourage GKs to play with feet and stay connected to their field players as a 5th attacker. ? We also encourage field players to play the GK positions. ? No punting. ? The GK has 4 seconds to distribute the ball or put the ball down and play with their feet. ? Once the GK makes a save, they can put the ball down to their feet but they cannot pick it up again, until their next save.
? Goal Clearance: ball out of play over goal line is a throw by goalie, goalie in box to throw, ball has to leave box to be in play, goalie cannot drop to himself and kick. ? When goalie has possession of the ball (by hand or by feet) and passes to one of his teammates they cannot pass back to him until ball touches one of the opponent team players. ? Futsal plays with Restarts. If the ball goes over the end line from the offensive team, the GK has 4 seconds to restart the game with a throw, roll or pass to a teammate. ? Throws or kicks by the goalie must touch a player or the court before crossing midfield ? There is no off-side ? No shoot outs ? There will be one ref who will also keep the official time. ? Indirect free kick awarded when any of the following 8 offenses is committed (kick taken from the 6-meter line when infringement takes place in penalty area):
? Dangerous play (e.g. attempting to kick ball held by goalkeeper)
? Obstruction
? Charging the goalkeeper in the penalty area (i.e., goalkeeper charge) ? Goalkeeper may NOT throw ball across half way line for all ages U16 and under
? Goalkeeper (U17 & up) throws ball directly over the halfway-line (without it first touching his own side of the pitch or any player)
? Goalkeeper picks up or touches with his hands a back pass
? Goalkeeper picks up or touches with his hands a kick-in from a teammate
? Goalkeeper controls the ball with any part of his body for more than 4 seconds
? Goalkeeper touches with any part of his body a back pass that has been played back to him before the ball has (1) crossed the halfway-line or (2) been touched by an opponent ? We will use the basketball three point arc as the penalty area (the 6-m-line = the 6.5 yard-line = 20 feet & 9 inches). ? The clock does not stop.
? When your game is completed, promptly leave the court (get all the belongings of the players bench) so that the next team can use the bench and the field. Do not hold the
team meeting after the match in the gymnasium. There are only a few minutes between each game, so it is the responsibility of the coaches at the end their game to get their team to leave the court as soon as possible. We have such a tight turn around between games (usually 2 minutes) ? There is no space for warm up activities inside, only 5” to warm-up before each game. ? You may not chew gum, have sports drinks or wear cleats in the gym. ? Weather closings are based upon the current conditions in the area, not anticipated snow falls. Closing will be announced via email! If games are cancelled due to snow, they will not be rescheduled. Exceptions to this policy are only made when ample time is available in the facility to reschedule all games snowed out. If a game is not rescheduled, it will not count against the team. However, we have not had any closed games not scheduled in the past!
It is one of the Conquerors League Soccer~Futsal Academy’s vision for every player to play safe and be safe, have FUN and enjoy their game experience during every match with a positive attitude & the right spirit.
Conquerors League Soccer~Futsal Academy is based on respect for each other and Officials!
? Be courteous of others—(“ROOT” MODEL is our philosophy, ROOT acronym stands for: Respect Officials, Respect Opponents & Respect Teammates)
? Please be on time and ready to go. Referee will start the game exactly as scheduled!
? Futsal Indoor shoes are required (Turf or cleats are not permitted)**
? Shin guards are mandatory (Referee will not let you play)
? Players must wear matching uniforms, numbers are required. If the uniform of the opponent is the same color, away team will provide a different color penny or bib.
? No Jewelry
? No rings,
? No bracelets
? No Earrings
? No Bobbie pins, hard headbands, or hair clips.
1. No tackling in Futsal 2. No charging an opponent in a violent or dangerous manner 3. No striking, attempting to strike 4. No taunting, no profanity, no fighting and NO ARGUING WITH THE REFEREES!! FUTSAL SHOES: Futsal is played on a gym floor. Outdoor soccer cleats are NOT allowed because players wearing cleats slip and fall putting themselves and all other players at risk of injury. Players must wear flat indoor soccer or gym shoes that do not have carbon black which makes black marks on the floor in the sole. Shoes with black or blue soles will NOT be allowed. Please wear shoes with white or gum soles. Running shoes are not permitted due to high heal that could risk high ankle rolls/sprains.
 
 
Gymnasium Rules & Regulations
Thursday, October 27, 2016 7:27:28 PM

GYM RULES: ? NO WALKING CROSS THE GYM FLOOR - Walk around gym floor to get to restrooms. THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE. Dirt / dust on floor eventually becomes slippery for players. NO WALKING ON GYM FLOOR - Only players and their coach are allowed on the floor. ? DRINK ONLY FROM WATER FOUNTAINS- floor is slippery when wet so no bottled beverages are allowed inside gym - this is a safety issue - it is hard to explain to children this rule if adults break this rule and drink beverages in the gym. ? NO GUM OR FOOD in gym! ? ALL SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SEATED IN SEATS DURING GAME. This is a safety issue. ? WE HAVE NO RENTAL, WE DO OFFER AND CONDUCT INDIVIDUAL AND OR GROUP FUTSAL/SOCCER CLINIC IN THE GYM ? NO WALKING THROUGH THE BUILDING THROUGH ANY DOUBLE DOORS ? IF YOUR PLAYER DAMAGES ANYTHING YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING FOR REPAIRS FUTSAL SHOES: ? Futsal is played on a gym floor. Outdoor soccer cleats are NOT allowed because players wearing cleats slip and fall putting themselves and all other players at risk of injury. ? Players must wear flat indoor soccer or gym shoes that do not have carbon black which makes black marks on the floor in the sole. ? Shoes with black or blue soles will NOT be allowed. Please wear shoes with white or gum soles. Running shoes are not permitted due to high heal that could risk high ankle rolls/sprains.
Prohibited Activities: Clubs users are prohibited from having the following activities in Conquerors league Facilities:  Airplane, helicopter, or hot air balloons landing  Alcoholic beverages  Animals (except in the case of service animals that are necessary to help an individual with a disability). The user shall cleanup any school grounds used by service animals participating in scheduled events.  Candles or incense  Car bashing  Car wash  Circus or carnival  Fog or smoke machines
 Gambling  Hay or other flammable items  Parachuting or sky diving (onto parking lots and fields) Remote control flyers  Entering in the church or school hallways  Skating (roller skates or inline skates—inside buildings)  Smoking in our facilities or within 40 feet of the building
 
 
Soccer 7v7 Rules & Regulations
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 3:00:34 PM

ROSTER LIMITS AND RULES: Team rosters must be completed and submitted by the posted deadline.  A maximum of 14 players may dress for each game. All players must sign a waiver and release of liability for participating; this may be completed through online registration or by completing the form.  Any team that fields a player who has not completed the online registration and waiver will forfeit that match. A roster “freeze” date (in which teams may no longer add new players to their rosters for that season) may be set by the league, and will be communicated to team captains. It will freezes at the 5th game! Guest players are permitted; only players appearing on the team’s official roster and having signed the waiver and release of liability are eligible to participate. Teams found to have utilized any players in a match which have not signed the waiver and not been added to the team roster will forfeit the match in question by a 0-3 score and may be subject to further league discipline. UNIFORMS: Teams are responsible for providing their own uniforms. Players on each team MUST wear matching, numbered shirts or jerseys; the numbers should be a minimum of 6 inches in height and visible on the back of the shirts. Teams are encouraged to purchase reversible jerseys or two sets of shirts (light and dark) to manage uniform color conflict. Each player must have his/her own shirt or jersey and unique uniform number, matching the roster submitted to the league. Trading shirts during substitutions is prohibited. Matching shorts and socks are encouraged but are not required. A team failing to have all of its players wearing matching uniforms can still play the game with the consent of their opponent, but the team will forfeit the match by a 0-3 score. The League Director will have final say on what constitutes a uniform. EQUIPMENT: All players must wear shin guards.  Soccer cleats are permitted. No jewelry of any kind may be worn during game play – wedding rings are permitted. Hard casts and braces are subject to the referee’s approval; if permitted, they must be covered and padded to the referee’s discretion. OFFICIAL LEAGUE RULES: All play will be governed by FIFA Laws of the Game with the following modifications. Match Length: All matches are 50 minutes in length (two x 25 minute halves) with a four minute half-time.  Any match that must declare a winner (quarterfinal, semifinal or championship matches) that end in regulation in a tie will proceed directly to FIFA Kicks from the Mark; only players on the field at the end of regulation are eligible to participate. Any game reaching half time may be declared a completed game if it is suspended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.  All matches abandoned due to weather or other circumstances will be reviewed to determine whether the result stands, it should be replayed in its entirety, resumed at the point of suspension or declared a forfeit. Minimum Number of Players: The playing format is 7v7.  Teams must have at least five (5) players to begin the match.  The clock begins when the referee signals the start of the match; teams with fewer than five players have a 15-minute grace period before the match is forfeited.  Forfeited matches result in a 0-3 score. Co-Ed Rules: Free number of female players are permitted! Teams choice!  Substitutions: Teams are permitted an unlimited number of substitutions.  Substitutions may be made at the following stoppages: all goal kicks, the possessing team’s throw-in (for teams in possession of the ball), the possessing team’s throw-in (for defending teams, if the team in possession is also substituting players), all kickoffs, injuries (1-for-1 – if an injured player is subbed, the opposing team may also sub a player). All substitutes must petition the referee before entering the field. Bench Areas: Teams will occupy the same touchline on opposite halves of the field; a team may have one designated coach in their bench area.  Spectators and fans from each team should occupy the touchline and half on the opposite side of the field. Spectator/Fan Control: Only rostered/uniformed players are permitted to be on the field during games.  Each team is responsible for the actions and conduct of their fans and spectators.  Referees and/or league officials reserve the right to expel fans and spectators, and may discipline teams accordingly. Slide Tackles and General Sliding: Slide tackling (sliding and tackling a ball and an opponent) is not permitted at any time, except for goalkeepers, as long as it is in their penalty area and is not feet-first.  Sliding for a ball without an opponent present is permitted. Infractions result in a direct kick; infractions inside the attacking team’s penalty area results in a penalty kick. Off Side: No offside! Goalkeeper Distribution: Goalkeepers may not punt or drop-kick the ball over Box to Box.  Goalkeepers may throw the ball and play the ball from the ground over mid-field. Infractions of this rule will result in a direct free kick from the point the ball crossed the midfield line. Regular Season, Playoffs, Standings and Tie-Breakers: Teams will play a seven-game regular season (four-team divisions will play a six-game regular season, with a semifinal and championship match); playoff seeding will be determined by regular season point standings: 3 points for a win, 1 point for a tie, 0 points for a loss! Tiebreakers—Two Teams are Tied. If two teams are tied on the basis of points earned, the team’s  placement will be determined in accordance with the following sequential criteria: (a) Winner of head to head competition, (b) Winner of most games (all games), (c) Best Goal spread (goals scored minus goals against) in all games (4 goal max per game), (d) Fewest goals allowed, (e) Coin Toss. Tiebreakers—Three or More Teams That Are Tied-- If three or more teams are tied on the basis of points earned, the final rankings will be determined in accordance with the following sequential criteria. If a criterion creates a situation where the tie is broken, then the tiebreaker for the teams that are tied resorts to the two team tiebreaker specifically for those teams, (a) Points earned in head to head competition among the teams, (b) Winner of most games (all games)., (c) Best Goal spread (goals scored minus goals against) in games among the tied teams (4 goal max per game), (d) Best Goal spread (goals scored minus goals against) in all games (4 goal max per game), (e) Fewest goals allowed in games among the tied teams, (f) Fewest goals allowed in all games., (g) Drawing of lots. Playoff games tied after regulation will proceed directly to FIFA Kicks from the Mark.  Only players on the field are eligible to participate.

 
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