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No spectators are allowed in the building
Every person must complete a health check-in before entering the building. This must be done before every single game for contact-tracing purposes!
Must be submitted before the start of the season.
Players can only play for one team in each league night. Playing on different nights is permitted.
There will be a maximum of 5 players per team on the field at any one time
Substitutions are unlimited during the game and may be made ‘on the fly’
Substitutes must stand outside the pitch perimeter and spectators must not enter the field of play under any circumstance
The match will consist of two equal halves (2×20). The first half will begin with one team taking a center; the second half will begin with the other team taking a center
Half-time will be a straight change around (as time permits, referees may grant a 2-3 min break)
Lateness to a scheduled match will result in a penalty against the offending team:
There are two marked goal/penalty areas on the pitch
If goalie comes out of the box to break up a play, a referee will penalize at his/her discretion based on whether the act persisted after Warnings and occurred with intent:
There are no offsides
A goal may be scored from any point within the field of play
The goalkeeper must return the ball into play by throwing or kicking it out of his/her area
If theball goes out of play over the end line / board:
If the ball goes out of play over the side-board (& hits the net) a kick-in will be awarded depending on which team had the final touch
All free kicks will be direct. Opposition players must be at least seven feet (2 steps) from where any free kick is taken
Infringement of these rules will result in a Direct Free Kick:
A foul occurs if a player (in addition to the previously mentioned situations):
And a foul occurs when a player commits the following in a manner that the Referee considers careless, serious, reckless, or involving excessive force:
Verbal Warnings will be continuously given by the referee:
Wearing any form of jewelry (including watches) is not permitted during play
Goals strongly recommends that all players wear shin guards, but this is only compulsory in regards to youth participants
Goals recognizes the US Soccer’s mandate pertaining to headers for age groups U-11 and younger; these age groups shall not engage in heading in games – free kick will be awarded
**All coaches and players must read and sign Goals’sliability waiver prior to playing**
The purpose of the rules of Goals Soccer Centers is to provide a guideline to describe the way the game is played.
No one may intentionally violate the rules.
A player who receives a bluecard must leave the field of play for 2 minutes
Unless otherwise provided above and below, the Referee issues a Blue Card for serious fouls and unsportsmanlike behaviour (by the player) as well as for the following actions:
Cautionable Offenses: the Referee issues a Yellow Card for reckless fouls and for
Ejectionable Offenses:A player receivesa Red Card for fouls,which the Refereeconsiders violent or committed with excessive force, and for:
The Referee’s decision on all on-field matters is final and discussion will not be entertained either on or off the field. Further, there is not an appeals orprotest process.