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10 Y.O. Under Program Summary

Program Summary

Spring Season
January 2019 to March 2019

Fall 2019 Schedule
August 2019 to Nov 2019

Registration will close on July 8, 2019, due to the increase in Jersey and Freight cost, we will no longer offer late registration. If space is available we will have a wait list on a first come first serve basis.  Late Registration Fee for expediting the players Jersey will be $40.00


General guideline for scheduling purpose
Season and Game Schedule
Spring Season: Practices Start Early January Games are scheduled 3rd or last week of January
Fall Season: Practices Start, Early August,  Games are scheduled 2nd or 3rd week in September 

Notices:   1/19/17 Spring Bronze Rules review uploaded - Read about Build out line on pages 15-23
Bronze Season Fields: Ala Puumalu and Waiau District Park

Build out line video courtesy of Section 1 - https://ayso1ref.com/mp4/build-out-line-1p.mp4




10U Program Basic Rules

10U Guidelines

Numbers Players: 7 players on the field which includes a Goalkeeper
Game Length: Two (2) 25 minute halves (running time) no added time for delays
Quarter breaks for hydration and player substitution, limit to two (2) minutes only
10 Minute half-time break

Ball: Size 4

Training sessions limited to two (2), One (1) hour session in a week

Substitutions:
–Conducted at quarter breaks
–At halftime
–For an injury

Playing Time:
–All players must play half the game (2 quarters)  Recommended that all play three quarters before any play four quarters
–Players can play goalkeeper only one (1) quarter

Heading – Not Permitted
•Deliberate heading of the ball is not permitted
•Referee stops play for the infraction
–IFK is awarded to the opposing team at the spot of the infraction
–If the infraction occurs inside the goal area the IFK will be taken at a point on the goal area line parallel to the goal line closest to the spot of the infraction.
•No misconduct for heading infractions

Slide Tackling
•Slide tackling is highly discouraged
•If done improperly, it is a foul and should be treated as such

Laws of the Game Update - 2016
•Heading is banned in U12 and below
–Limits on heading in practice U14 and up
•Kickoff can go in any direction
•Offside IFK taken from point of infraction
•All contact fouls are DFK fouls

Build Out Line (BOL)
•Promotes playing the ball out of the back in a less pressured environment
•When the GK has the ball in his/her hands during play from the opponent, the opposing team must move behind the BOL until the ball is put into play
•Once the opposing team is behind the BOL, the GK can pass, throw or roll the ball into play (punts, drop kicks not permitted)
•After the ball is put into play by the GK, the opposing team can cross the BOL and play resumes as normal
•Opposing team must also move behind the BOL during a goal kick or free kick from within the penalty area until the ball is put into play
When the GK has the ball in his/her hands during play from the opponent, the opposing team must move behind the BOL until the ball is put into play
•Once the opposing team is behind the BOL, the GK can pass, throw or roll the ball into play (punts, drop kicks not permitted)
•If a GK punts or drop kicks the ball, an IFK should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense
•If the punt or drop kick occurs within the goal area, the IFK should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the nearest point to where the infringement occurred
•The BOL will also be used to denote where offside offenses can be called
•Players cannot be penalized for an offside offense between the halfway line an the BOL
•Players can be penalized for an offside offense between the BOL and goal line
Ideally the GK will wait to put the ball in play once all opponents are past the BOL
–However, the GK can put the ball in play sooner but he/she does so accepting the positioning of the opponents and the consequences of how play resumes
Build out line video courtesy of Section 1 - https://ayso1ref.com/mp4/build-out-line-1p.mp4

•Supporting the intent - Player Development
–Coaches and referees should be mindful of intentional delays being caused by opponents not retreating in a timely manner or encroaching over the BOL prior to the ball being put into play
–Coaches should address these issues with their players
–Referees should manage the situation to ensure compliance with the BOL rule
–Referees should be flexible with the enforcement of the 6-second rule by counting time of possession from the point when all opponents have crossed outside the BOL

U10 Referee Requirements
•Each match will be officiated using the three person system
•Center referee must be as a minimum Regional Referee Certified
•Preferred that certified assistant referees also be used
•Will accept Club linesmen in lieu of certified assistant referees
•Certified referees will as a minimum appear with:
•Prefer full 3-piece Referee Uniform or Yellow referee T-Shirt, Black Shorts, athletic shoes
•Bring a whistle, a watch, a coin and a pen
•Game Cards will be completed for each match and turned in at the field.

Referee Match Report Form
•When:
•Injury
•Misconduct Awarded
•Any Unusual Circumstances that require explanation

•Submitted to:
•AGC
•Referee Administrator
•Safety Director

AYSO Incident Report Form
•When:
•Personal injury
•Property damage
•Threat of or actual physical violence

•Submitted to:
•AGC
•Safety Director
•Regional Commissioner

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