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Florida Elite Soccer Academy U5-U10 In House Rules Florida Youth Soccer Association/North Florida Youth U11-U19
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U 5/6 Recreational7/8 Recreation7/8 Academy9/10 Recreation9/10 Competitive11/12 Recreation11/12 Competitive13/1415/1617 and above19 Recreation
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# of players35 v 5, incl GK5 v 5, incl GK7, incl GK7, incl GK9, incl GK9, incl GK1111117 v 7 incl GK
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Game length4 x10, 5 min half4x12, 5 min half2 x 20, 10 min half2 x 25, 10 min half2 x 25, 10 min half2 x 30, 10 min half2 x 30, 10 min half2 x 35, 10 min half2 x 40, 10 min half2 x 45, 10 min half2 x 40, 10 min half
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passes (must be laminated)N/Aroster only, no passes requiredN/Amust have roster with coach nameroster and laminated passes, no player signature requiredroster and laminated passes, no player signature requiredroster and laminated passes, no player signature requiredroster and laminated passes, no player signature requiredroster and laminated passes, no player signature requiredroster and laminated passes, no player signature requiredroster and laminated passes, no player signature required
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Ball size33444445555
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EncroachmentMidfieldPlayout LinePlayout LinePlayout LinePlayout LineN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
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PKN/ANoNo8 yds8 yds10 yds10 yds12 yds12 yds12 yds10 yds
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OffsideN/ANoNoyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
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HeadingNoNoNoNoNoNoNoYesYesYesYes
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Ref/ARCoachesCenter onlyCoachesCenter onlyyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
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subsAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny StoppageAny Stoppage
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Water breaksTaken at the quarterTaken at the quarter402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.402.4 In any FYSA sanctioned match a break will be given at the midpoint of each half of regulation time and at the end of each overtime period (if played) for player hydration. This break will be given at a normal stoppage of play and it is mandatory for any FYSA sanctioned match during which the air temperature is or is expected to reach eighty-five (85) degrees. This break will be a maximum of one (1) to two (2) minutes of time.
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Throw InsContinous play, coaches put new balls in playAllow 2nd try
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Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
Violation may result in charges under FYSA’s COE
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foulsIFK onlyall IFK and DFK rules applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws applyall IFK and DFK rules apply/FIFA Laws apply
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red cards and coach ejectionsNoNoplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /fieldplayer may remain on bench under authority of coach- coach must leave bench /field
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jewelry/castsNO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NONO/NO
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coachesOn rosterOn rostermust have printed copy of team roster with coach name listedmust have laminated pass and on rostermust have laminated pass and on rostermust have laminated pass and on rostermust have laminated pass and on rostermust have laminated pass and on rostermust have laminated pass and on rostermust have laminated pass and on roster
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game reportsejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignorejections (coaches) and unusual incidents- must be filled with in 24 hours. Report is on NFYSL website. Fill out and email it to the Assignor
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MiscUtilize Build Out Line (A line 14 yds in from each goal line across the field.) with no GK punting for U9-10.  If an infraction occurs, restart is an indirect free kick.Utilize Build Out Line (A line 14 yds in from each goal line across the field.) with no GK punting for U9-10.  If an infraction occurs, restart is an indirect free kick. Goal keeper may still punt but cannot punt directly into opponents penalty area Goal keeper may still punt but cannot punt directly into opponents penalty areaNo punting or drop kicking from GK, goal keeper may still punt but cannot punt directly into opponents penalty area, for infractions an indirect free kick is awarded at the center spot
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