Off Season 6-A-Side

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SUFC 2021 6-a-Side Competition

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When - This will run for ten weeks from Tuesday 12th October 2021, ended Friday 17th December 2021.

Nine rounds of regular games and a final round (1v2, 3v4 etc.). Format may be altered if not all spaces are filled.

Senior competitions will play Friday nights and junior competitions will be on a Tuesday night.

Game times -

Tuesday - 5.30pm; 6.30pm and 7.30pm

Friday* - 6.30pm; 7.30pm and 8.30pm

*For the Friday games, we will aim to have the Mixed, Men's and Women's competitions run in different time slots so that players can compete in Men/Women and Mixed if they wish.

Where - The competition will run on Field 1 at Springfield Central Sports Complex, Sportstar Drive. This will be an outdoor competition on a quarter field size pitch. Boots and shin pads will be required.


- 6 players on the field at any one time.

- Games are to run for 40 minutes in total (2 x 20 minute halves with a 5 minute break for halftime)

- A team must have a minimum of 5 players to field a team.

- Forfeited games equate to a 5-0 scoreline in favour of the non-forfeiting team.

- No hats, jewelry or watches may be worn. The referee will ask that all players remove such items before the start of play. It is the players’ responsibility to ensure they are not wearing such items.

- Shin protectors must be worn.

- The referee has the power to penalise a player for misconduct. What constitutes misconduct is a matter for the referee to decide. It includes but is not limited to striking another player, being over-zealous with a tackle, verbal abuse directed at another player or the referee, time-wasting/deliberately.

- Players coming onto the field must not enter onto the field until the other player has left the field of play. A failure to abide by these rules may result in a free kick to the non-infringing team on halfway (or where they have the ball – whichever provides the most advantage).

- Players CANNOT enter (the “D”) only the “goalie” is permitted to be inside the goal area.

- A ball that is kicked or headed out over the sideline is to be kicked in by the other team (as opposed to a throw-in in regular soccer) at the point where the ball crossed the sideline. The defending player must stand at least 5m back from a kick in. A goal cannot be score directly from a kick in (it must touch another player first). The player kicking the ball in must pass to another player.

- The goalie is allowed to touch the ball with their hands if inside the “D”.

- The ball may be passed back to the goalie but he/she cannot touch the ball with their hands if this happens. Handling by the goal keeper of a ball passed back will result in a direct free kick from the point of where the ball was passed back from the defender.

- No offside rule once kick off has occurred.

- Goalkeepers cannot drop kick from their hands, the ball must be thrown/rolled or released to the ground and kicked.

- From a goal kick or throw from the goalkeeper's hands, the ball cannot travel over the halfway line without bouncing or touching a player ("on the full"). If a team takes a goal kick which crosses halfway on the full, a free kick to the opposite team from the halfway line is awarded. Note - if the goalkeeper has the ball in their hands, releases the ball onto the ground and then kicks the ball, the rule does not apply, it will only apply directly from a goal kick or when thrown straight from the hands.

- Mixed competition - 2 female players to be playing at all times.

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