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Mar 1, 2018 - WEST CENTRAL SOCCER ASSOCIATION. RECREATIONAL SOCCER GUIDELINES. Modified Laws of the Game for U-10. FIFA Laws of the ...

WEST CENTRAL SOCCER ASSOCIATION RECREATIONAL SOCCER GUIDELINES Modified Laws of the Game for U-10 FIFA Laws of the Game apply except as modified. (Updated: 3/1/2018)

Recreational League Philosophy The primary goal of the WCSA recreational soccer program is for the players to have FUN within a learning/teaching environment. The recreational program is not about winning, it is about teaching so that children have fun, learn to love the game of soccer, and to become as skilled a soccer player as possible. The single most enjoyable aspect of soccer for the players is kicking the ball. Players All players must be registered through the WCSA Registrar and assigned to teams according to WCSA procedures. Any additions or changes to team rosters after draft(s) can only be made through the WCSA Registrar and the representative club president. “Guest” players of any type are not permitted, even those on another WCSA Recreation team. Only those players rostered on the two teams scheduled to play a given game may participate in the game. However, “borrowing” of players from one team by the other (if under-manned) is permitted as described in Sec 6 of the WCSA Recreational Soccer Guidelines. Playing Time All registered players in attendance at the start of regular season games or league tournament games must play in at least half of the game, including overtime. A player arriving after the first half of play is completed may be played at the discretion of the coach. Exceptions may be granted for illnesses, injury, and disciplinary reasons. It is the coach’s responsibility to ensure all players play the required amounts in each game. Coaches failing to provide required playing time for all players on their team will be referred to the WCSA Disciplinary Board. Modified Laws of the Game Law 1 - Field of Play: Field size is dependent on the space available. Exact field layout and goal size for all fields will be determined by the WCSA club president responsible for those fields. Recommended dimensions ........ 60 x 40 yards Center Circle .............................. 8 yard radius Corner Arcs ................................ 3 foot radius Goal size .................................... 6.5 x 18.5 feet Goal Area ................................... 4 x 16 yards Penalty Area .............................. 12 x 24 yards Penalty Mark .............................. 10 yards into field from goal line Penalty Arc................................. 8 yard arc from penalty mark Build-Out Line ............................ 21 yards from goal line

Fields for this age group will use a build out line to promote playing the ball out of the back in an unpressured setting. When a goalkeeper legally gains possession of the ball with their hands or during goal kicks, the opposing team shall retreat behind the build out line until after the goal keeper passes, throws/rolls or releases the ball back into play (NO PUNTING by GK), after which the opposing team resumes normal play and can cross the build out line. Punting by a goalkeeper results in an indirect free kick awarded to the opponent. Law 2 - Ball: A size 4 ball will used.

Law 3 - Number of Players: All players shall play a minimum of half of the game if they are present at the beginning of the game. We will have 7 players from each team (7 v 7) on the field. One of these seven players will be designated as goalkeeper and have a different shirt color from other players. No player shall play goalkeeper more than half of each game. Referees do not monitor such procedures, although referees retain the authority to enforce this provision. Substitution may be done at any stoppage of play with permission of the referee. Maximum roster limit is 13. Law 4 - The Player’s Equipment: No player wearing earrings shall be allowed to participate in practices or games. Shinguards are mandatory for all practices and games and shall be covered by socks. Watches, rings, earrings, other jewelry, or anything the referee deems unacceptable or dangerous to any players will not be worn during WCSA practice or games. In inclement weather, players may wear additional clothing, provided the uniform shirt is on top. Players fitted with any type of cast, air cast, or splint may not participate in league games or practices. Law 5 - The Referee: WCSA will assign registered USSF referees to U-10 games. In the event that referees are not available then coaches, assistant coaches, or parents may act as referees. Law 6 - The Assistant Referee: Assistant referees are used in this age group if available. Law 7 - Duration of the Match: Conform to FIFA with the exception that each half shall last 25 minutes. The half-time interval shall be no less than five minutes and no greater than 10 minutes. Law 8 - Start and Restart of Play: Conform to FIFA with the exception that opponents of the team taking the kick-off are at least eight (s) yards from the ball until it is in play. Law 9 - Ball In and Out of Play: Conform to FIFA. The ball is out of play when it has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air. Law 10 - Method of Scoring: Conform to FIFA. No game scores or league standings shall be kept in this age group. Law 11 - Offside: Conform to FIFA, but offside position and offenses only occur between the build-out line and the goal line (not from the center line). Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct: Conform to FIFA. Avoid cautions and send offs for first time noncontact technical infractions (re-entry, distance) at this age, opt to warn and briefly explain infraction. Law 13 - Free Kicks: Conform to FIFA with the exception that all opponents shall be eight (s) yards from the ball at the taking of the kick. Law 14 - Penalty Kicks: Conform to FIFA. Law 15 - Throw-In: Conform to FIFA. Law 16 - Goal Kick: Conform to FIFA. Opponents must be behind the build out line until the ball is in play (wholly exists the Penalty Area). Law 17 - Corner Kick: Conform to FIFA. If the ball goes over the goal line after last being touched by the defending team, without going into goal, play will be restarted by a corner kick.

USYSA/WVSA • • •

No slide tackles to be allowed in this age group No deliberate heading in practice or in games allowed for this age group. In games, the opponent is awarded an indirect free kick for deliberate heading infractions. Use build out line for GK possessing ball in hands (see modified Law 1).

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