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EURO SPORTS CENTER

SOCCER RULES – YOUTH LEAGUES

2016/2017 SESSIONS

 ALL FIFA RULES APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Period of PlayTwenty-five minutes per half with a two-minute half-time interval.
  2. OffsidesThere are no offsides.
  3. Substitutions – May be on the fly with the player coming off being in front of his/her bench before the other player can come on.
  4. Slide Tackling No slide tackling allowed. Depending on the severity of the tackle the referee may show a blue (2 minutes out), yellow (2 minutes out) or red card (in instances where serious endangerment occurs).
  5. Goal Kicks & Throw-outsGoal kicks and goalie throws cannot go past midfield without first being touched by either a player or the turf. In instances where the goalkeeper fails to do this, the opposing team receives an indirect free kick at the halfway line where the ball crosses.
  6. Lights & Air StructureIn instances where a player directly hits the lights with the ball, that player must sit out for a period of 2 minutes (there is no card shown). Deflections are not considered direct hits on the lights. An indirect free kick is awarded to the other team from the spot below that light. Where the ball hits the air structure walls/roof behind the goals and bounces back in play, it is at the discretion of the referee to rule whether the ball had left the field of play or not.
  7. Distance on Free Kicks – Six yards are to be given on free kicks.
  8. Blue CardsMandatory for any Slide Tackling. May also be issued where the referee deems the offence warrants more than a warning but not a yellow card. Results in a two-minute ejection from the game. The offending player must leave the field of play and remain on the bench for two minutes; the player may not be substituted. Two blues result in a yellow card and similarly a two-minute ejection from the game; the player may not be substituted. Where the opposing team scores a goal before the two minutes is up, that player may return to the field of play. Card rules apply to all players including the goal-keeper (as per FIFA rules). Two minute rule carries over from period to period but not from game to game.
  9. Yellow CardsTwo yellows result in an ejection from the game; the player may not be substituted.
  10. Red CardsAny red card issued results in an immediate ejection, the player may not be substituted. The team will be notified within three days if any further suspension will be assigned. The League Director along with the referee will decide on the outcome of the player (and possibly team) status. Any player or team suspended or dismissed will not receive a refund and player may not attend games during suspension.
  11. Fighting Fighting shall result in an automatic red card. Any player leaving the bench to fight shall receive an automatic red card. Fighting shall result in suspension for the remainder of the session and/or a complete ban from the center.
  12. Tie breakers For playoff games, 5 minutes of overtime (in total) with the Golden Goal rule prevailing. If still tied 3 penalty shots per team using team rotation, players used must be on the field at games end, team scoring most goals wins. In the event there is still a tie, then each team rotates one player penalty shots until the first goal is scored. Rotation must be completed. Players may come off the bench.
  13. Player Minimum – Where games are 8-v-8 a team must field a minimum of 7 players in order to start the game. Where games are 6-v-6 a team must field a minimum of 5 players in order to start a game. For COED youth leagues teams can field any mix of male/female players as there's no minimum number of female players required. To accomodate teams at the youth level, Euro Sports Center reserves the right to form Coed leagues.
  14. Forfeits – A team will forfeit when it does not field enough players (see Rule (13) above). A period of 5 minutes will be given. The team that forfeits will be liable for all referee fees for that game. No credits are given for forfeits. Any team caught playing with ineligible players will automatically forfeit the game.
  15. Mercy Rule – After a team has a SIX-goal lead on their opponent the mercy rule in effect in the SJSL and SJGSL shall come into force. The referee shall let the leading team coach (or his/her rep) know so that no further goals are scored. If this rule is broken by the leading team they automatically forfeit the game, and the game is terminated there & then.
  16.  Roster Lock-inRosters are frozen after the third game. All players must sign the roster and must play in a minimum of 2 games of regular season to play in the playoffs.
  17.  Challenging Player’s Eligibility – TEAMS MUST PLAY AGE APPROPRIATE PLAYERS. For our Youth Winter I session, starting 11/28/16, players will be deemed age appropriate as of the session's commencement date (11/28/16). For our Youth Winter II session, starting 1/21/17, players must be age appropriate as of the NJYS calendar year rules. A coach/manager may challenge any player’s eligibility at any time during or directly after the game. The game will not be stopped and will continue to play. The coach/manager must go to the front desk manager and make a formal complaint. After the game, the League Director along with the referee will determine the player’s eligibility and make a determination. This determination will be reported to the teams involved.
  18.  Rescheduling Euro Sports Center reserves the right to change any game time and date when deemed necessary.
  19.  Unpaid Balances All teams must be paid in full before the start of the third game. The credit card put up by each team captain/coach will be charged in the amount of any unpaid balance at that time. Euro Sports Center reserves the right to deny any team playing time due to an unpaid balance.
  20.  Referee Fees – Payable by each team coach (or his/her rep) directly to the referee prior to the start of the game. No exceptions.
  21. Team Jerseys Teams must wear matching colors, preferably with numbers. The home team (the one listed first on the schedule) has first choice over the color of jersey it will wear where the color clashes with that of the other team it’s playing. Teams must therefore bring both a home and away jersey (the away jersey may be simply an all white T-shirt). Goalkeepers are required to wear a different jersey to the out-field players.
  22. Turf ShoesTurf shoes, flats or sneakers only. No cleats are allowed to be worn on the field of play.
  23. Shin guardsShin guards must be worn on the field of play at all times.
  24. Spitting – No spitting allowed on the field.
  25. Food – No food is allowed in the air structure. Beverages are permitted. Food is to be consumed in the clubhouse.
  26. Team Bench & Team Spectators – Only players and two coaches maximum are allowed on the team benches on the far side of the field. Neither coaches nor players on the bench may stray out of their designated team area. All others are considered spectators and must sit on benches provided on the near side of the field. Any spectators bringing kids must look after them while seated on the benches during actual game time. Failure to do so will result in ejection from the center.
  27. Home & Away – Teams scheduled as the "Home" team (i.e. listed first on the schedule) must go to the far side of the field (i.e. furthest away from the revolving door). Similarly, teams scheduled as the "Away" team (i.e. listed second on the schedule) must play on the near side of the field (i.e. closest to the revolving door). There is NO changing at the half.
  28. Deliberate Play Delay - Where a team (players and/or coaches) deliberately delays play in the last 2 minutes of the game, the Referee may, at his/her discretion, add additional time - up to 2 minutes if necessary - to the game to reflect this delay. He/she should go to his stopwatch and add the delayed time after the final buzzer sounds. The game continues until the Referee's final whistle sounds.
  29. Heading the Ball - Consistent with the U.S. Soccer mandates on heading the ball, heading is banned for all division players U11 and below in games. An indirect free kick will be awarded to the opposing team if the player deliberately touches the ball with his/her head during a game. The indirect free kick is to be taken from the place where the player touched the ball with his/her head. 

 

 EURO SPORTS CENTER

ADULT & HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER RULES

2016/2017 SESSIONS

ALL FIFA RULES APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING: 

  1. Period of PlayTwenty-five minutes per half with a two-minute half-time interval.
  2. OffsidesThere are no offsides.
  3. Substitutions – May be on the fly with the player coming off being in front of his/her bench before the other player can come on.
  4. Slide Tackling  No slide tackling allowed. Depending on the severity of the tackle the referee may show a blue (2 minutes out), yellow (2 minutes out) or red card (in instances where serious endangerment occurs).
  5. Goal Kicks & Throw-outsGoal kicks and goalie throws cannot go past midfield without first being touched by either a player or the turf. In instances where the goalkeeper fails to do this, the opposing team receives an indirect free kick at the halfway line where the ball crosses.
  6. Lights & Air Structure – In instances where a player directly hits the lights with the ball, that player must sit out for a period of 2 minutes (there is no card shown). Deflections are not considered direct hits on the lights. An indirect free kick is awarded to the other team from the spot below that light. Where the ball hits the air structure walls/roof behind the goals and bounces back in play, it is at the discretion of the referee to rule whether the ball had left the field of play or not. 
  7. Distance on Free Kicks – Six yards are to be given on free kicks.
  8. Blue CardsMandatory for any Slide Tackling. May also be issued where the referee deems the offence warrants more than a warning but not a yellow card. Results in a two-minute ejection from the game. The offending player must leave the field of play and remain on the bench for two minutes; the player may not be substituted. Two blues result in a yellow card and similarly a two-minute ejection from the game; the player may not be substituted. Where the opposing team scores a goal before the two minutes is up, that player may return to the field of play. Card rules apply to all players including the goal-keeper (as per FIFA rules). Two minute rule carries over from period to period but not from game to game.
  9. Yellow CardsTwo yellows result in an ejection from the game; the player may not be substituted.
  10. Red CardsAny red card issued results in an immediate ejection, the player may not be substituted. The player must leave the field. He/she may stay in the clubhouse.The team will be notified within three days if any further suspension will be assigned. The League Director along with the referee will decide on the outcome of the player (and possibly team) status. Any player or team suspended or dismissed will not receive a refund and player may not attend games during suspension.
  11. Fighting Fighting shall result in an automatic red card. Any player leaving the bench to fight shall receive an automatic red card. Fighting shall result in suspension for the remainder of the session and/or a complete ban from the center.
  12. Tie breakers For playoff games, 5 minutes of overtime (in total) with the Golden Goal rule prevailing. If still tied 3 penalty shots per team using team rotation, players used must be on the field at games end, team scoring most goals wins. In the event there is still a tie, then each team rotates one player penalty shots until the first goal is scored. Rotation must be completed. Players may come off the bench.
  13. Player Minimum – Where games are 7-v-7 a team must field a minimum of 6 players in order to start the game. Where games are 8-v-8 a team must field a minimum of 7 players in order to start a game. For Coed games, a team must field a minimum of two female players. In instances where a team can only field one female player that team may play short one player and thereby avoid forfeiting the game.
  14. Forfeits – A team will forfeit when it does not field enough players (see Rule (13) above). A period of 5 minutes will be given. The team that forfeits will be liable for all referee fees for that game. No credits are given for forfeits. Any team caught playing with ineligible players will automatically forfeit the game.
  15.  Roster Lock-inRosters are frozen after the third game. All players must sign the roster and must play in a minimum of 3 games of regular season to play in the playoffs.
  16.  One player–One Team No player can play for more than one team in any particular league (regardless of whether there are divisions/groups within the league or not).
  17.  Challenging Player’s EligibilityA coach/manager may challenge any player’s eligibility at any time during or directly after the game. The game will not be stopped and will continue to play. The coach/manager must go to the front desk manager and make a formal complaint. After the game, the League Director along with the referee will determine the player’s eligibility and make a determination. This determination will be reported to the teams involved.
  18.  Rescheduling Euro Sports Center reserves the right to change any game time and date when deemed necessary.
  19.  Unpaid Balances All teams must be paid in full before the start of the third game. The credit card put up by each team captain/coach will be charged in the amount of any unpaid balance at that time. Euro Sports Center reserves the right to deny any team playing time due to an unpaid balance.
  20.  Referee Fees – Payable by each team captain (or his/her rep) directly to the referee prior to the start of the game. No exceptions.
  21. Team Jerseys Teams must wear matching colors, preferably with numbers. The home team (the one listed first on the schedule) has first choice over the color of jersey it will wear where the color clashes with that of the other team it’s playing. Teams must therefore bring both a home and away jersey (the away jersey may be simply an all white T-shirt). Goalkeepers are required to wear a different jersey to the out-field players.
  22. Turf ShoesTurf shoes, flats or sneakers only. No cleats are allowed to be worn on the field of play.
  23. Shin guardsShin guards must be worn on the field of play at all times.
  24. Spitting – No spitting allowed on the field.
  25.  Food – No food (gum,candy,chips,sunflower seeds etc.) is allowed in the air structure. Beverages are permitted. Food is to be consumed in the clubhouse. 
  26. Team Bench & Team Spectators – Only players and two coaches maximum are allowed on the team benches on the far side of the field. Neither coaches nor players on the bench may stray out of their designated team area. All others are considered spectators and must sit on benches provided on the near side of the field. Any spectators bringing kids must look after them while seated on the benches during actual game time. Failure to do so will result in ejection from the center.

27. Home & Away – Teams scheduled as the "Home" team (i.e. listed first on the schedule) must go to the far side of the field (i.e. furthest away from the revolving door). Similarly, teams scheduled as the "Away" team (i.e. listed second on the schedule) must play on the near side of the field (i.e. closest to the revolving door). There is NO changing at the half. 

28. Deliberate Play Delay - Where a team (players and/or coaches) deliberately delays play in the last 2 minutes of the game, the Referee may, at his/her discretion, add additional time - up to 2 minutes if necessary - to the game to reflect this delay. He/she should go to his stopwatch and add the delayed time after the final buzzer sounds. The game continues until the Referee's final whistle sounds.

 

 

 

 EURO SPORTS CENTER

REGLAS DE FUTBOL INDOOR

SESIONES 2014/2015

 

TODAS LAS NORMAS DE PRESENTACIÓN DE SOLICITUDES la FIFA con las siguientes excepciones:

1.Periodo de Juego - Veinte y cinco minutos por cada media con un intervalo medio de tiempo de dos minutos.

2.Offsides - No hay fueras de juego.

3.Substitutions - Puede ser sobre la marcha con el jugador viene de estar frente a su banco antes de que el otro jugador puede encenderse.

4.Slide Tackling - No deslice la lucha contra permitido. Dependiendo de la severidad de la frente del árbitro puede mostrar una tarjeta azul, muestra una tarjeta amarilla o mostrar una tarjeta roja (en los casos en peligro grave se produce).

5.Goal Patadas y derribar-outs - Los saques de meta y el portero tira el centro del campo no puede ir pasado sin ser tocado por primera sea un jugador o el césped. En los casos en que el portero no lo hace, el equipo contrario recibe un tiro libre indirecto en la línea de medio campo cuando el balón cruza.

6.Luces y Estructura Air - En los casos en que un jugador golpea directamente las luces con el balón, el jugador debe sentarse por un período de 2 minutos (no hay tarjeta de muestra). Las desviaciones no se consideran impactos directos sobre las luces. Un tiro libre es otorgado al equipo contrario desde el punto debajo de la luz. Cuando la pelota golpea en la estructura del aire paredes / techo detrás de las porterías y rebota en el juego, es a discreción del árbitro para decidir si la pelota había salido del terreno de juego o no.

7.Distancia de Tiros Libres - Seis patios están que deben figurar en los tiros libres.

8.Tarjetas azules - obligatorio para cualquier Entradas diapositivas. También puede ser expedido cuando el árbitro considere las órdenes de delitos más que una advertencia, pero no una tarjeta amarilla. Los resultados de una eyección de dos minutos de juego. El jugador infractor deberá abandonar el terreno de juego y permanecer en el banquillo durante dos minutos, el jugador no puede ser sustituido. Dos resultado de blues en una tarjeta amarilla y de manera similar a la expulsión de dos minutos del juego, el jugador no puede ser sustituido. Cuando el equipo contrario marca un gol antes de los dos minutos se ha terminado, ese jugador puede volver al campo de juego. Reglas de tarjetas aplican a todos los jugadores incluyendo el portero (según normas de la FIFA). Dos minutos regla lleva más de un período a otro, pero no de un juego a otro.

9 Tarjetas amarillas - Dos resultado amarillos en una expulsión del juego, el jugador no puede ser sustituido.
 
10.Tarjetas rojas - Cualquier tarjeta roja sacada resulta en una expulsión inmediata, el jugador no puede ser sustituido. El jugador debe abandonar el campo. Él / ella puede permanecer en el equipo clubhouse.The será notificado dentro de tres días si ninguna otra suspensión será asignado. El director de la liga junto con el árbitro decidirá el resultado del jugador (y posiblemente equipo) de estado. Cualquier jugador o equipo suspendidos o despedidos no recibirán un reembolso y jugador no puede asistir a los juegos durante la suspensión.

11.El Luchar - Lucha dará lugar a una tarjeta roja automática. Cualquier jugador que sale del banquillo para pelear recibirá una tarjeta roja automática.

12.Criterios de desempate - Para los juegos de postemporada, a 5 minutos de tiempo extra (en total) con la norma vigente Golden Goal. Si sigue empatado 3 penaltis por equipo mediante la rotación del equipo, los jugadores utilizados deben estar en el campo al final de juegos, equipo que haya marcado mayor número de victorias objetivos. En el caso todavía hay un empate, cada equipo una gira penaltis jugador hasta que el primer gol se anota. La rotación debe ser completada. Los jugadores pueden salir de la banca.

13.Número mínimo de jugadores - ¿Dónde están los juegos de 7-V-7 con un equipo de campo debe un mínimo de 6 jugadores con el fin de iniciar el juego.

14.Perdida - Un equipo perderá cuando no alinear a jugadores suficientes (véase la regla (13) más arriba). Un período de 5 minutos se le dará. El equipo que pierde será responsable de todas las tasas árbitro para ese juego. No hay créditos se dan para prendas. Cualquier equipo capturados jugar con jugadores no elegibles automáticamente perderá el juego.

15.Finalizar el lista de su equipo - Listas están congelados después de que el tercer juego. Todos los jugadores deben firmar la lista y debe desempeñar en un mínimo de 3 juegos de temporada regular para jugar en los playoffs.

16. Uno de los jugadores-uno del equipo - Ningún jugador puede jugar más de un equipo en cualquier liga en particular.

17. Desafiando Elegibilidad del Jugador - Un entrenador o gerente puede impugnar la elegibilidad de cualquier jugador en cualquier momento durante o inmediatamente después del juego. El juego no se detendrá y seguirá desempeñando. El entrenador / gerente debe ir a la gerente de recepción y hacer una queja formal. Después del partido, el Director de la liga junto con el árbitro determinará la elegibilidad del jugador y tomar una determinación. Esta determinación se informará a los equipos implicados.

18. Reprogramación - Euro Sports Center se reserva el derecho de modificar cualquier momento del juego y la fecha cuando se considere necesario.

19. Saldos pendientes de pago - Todos los equipos deben ser pagados en su totalidad antes del comienzo del tercer juego. La tarjeta de crédito que ponga para arriba por cada capitán de equipo / entrenador se abonará en la cantidad de cualquier saldo pendiente de pago en ese momento. Deportes Euro Center se reserva el derecho de negar cualquier equipo que juega el tiempo debido a un saldo pendiente de pago.

20. Árbitro Tasas - A pagar por cada capitán del equipo (o representante de él / ella) directamente al árbitro antes del comienzo del partido. No hay excepciones.

21.Camisas del equipo - Los equipos deben usar colores a juego, de preferencia con números. El equipo local (el primero que aparece en el programa) tiene la primera opción sobre el color de la camiseta que vestirá de colores donde los enfrentamientos con la del otro equipo que está jugando. Los equipos por lo tanto debe contar tanto con camiseta de local y visitante (la camiseta de distancia puede ser simplemente una todas camiseta blanca). Porteros están obligados a llevar un maillot diferente a los jugadores fuera de ámbito.

22.Botas - Botas para Hierba Artificial, apartamentos o zapatillas solamente. No hay grapas permitido para ser usados en el terreno de juego.  

23.Guardias Espinilleras - espinilleras deben ser usados en el campo de juego en todo momento.

24.Escupir prohibida  - No escupir permitidos en el campo.

25. Alimentos - Ningún alimento (chicle, dulces, papitas, semillas de girasol, etc) está permitido en la estructura del aire. Bebidas están permitidos. La comida es para ser consumidos en la casa club.

26. Los espectadores del equipo de banco y Equipo - Sólo los jugadores y dos entrenadores máximo se permiten en los bancos de los equipos, al otro lado del campo. Ni los entrenadores ni los jugadores en el banquillo puede alejarse de su área de equipo designado. Todos los otros se consideran espectadores y debe sentarse en bancos proporcionados en el lado cercano del campo. Los espectadores que traen los niños deben cuidar de ellos mientras están sentados en las bancas durante el tiempo de juego real. De lo contrario, dará lugar a la expulsión del centro.
 
27."Home" & "Away" - Equipos programados como el equipo de "Home" (es decir, aparecen en primer lugar en la agenda) deben ir al otro lado del campo (es decir, más lejos de la puerta giratoria). Del mismo modo, los equipos programados como el equipo de "Away" (es decir, segundo encuentre en el programa) deben jugar en el lado cercano del campo (es decir, más cercano a la puerta giratoria). No hay cambios en el medio. 
 
28. 
Donde un equipo deliberadamente retrasa el juego en los últimos 2 minutos de juego, el árbitro puede , a su discreción, agregar tiempo adicional para el juego para reflejar este retraso juego. Él / ella deberá ir a su cronómetro y añadir el tiempo de retraso después de la chicharra final se apaga. 

 

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